Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention
For more information, contact:
Therese Long, MBA, CAE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
OSAP Offers 28 CE Hours for $200
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (November 14, 2012) – In the fight against infectious disease, knowledge is power. Arming the oral healthcare community with that knowledge is so important to the Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention that it is offering an unbelievably low price for its annual continuing education course — $200 for 28 hours — an amazing value and rare opportunity for the most comprehensive training in infection control. But time is running out!
Scheduled for Jan. 7 – 10, 2013, in San Antonio, Texas, OSAP's 12th Annual Dental Infection Prevention & Control Course will provide attendees with the opportunity to learn all of the fundamentals for teaching, consulting, and risk management. Plus, those who act now will receive special hotel pricing — only $106/night at the Hilton San Antonio Airport Hotel — no cab required! Easy in and out. And of course, San Antonio offers so many attractions — the River Walk, the Market Square, the San Antonio Zoo and the Alamo.
This is an excellent foundation program for anyone who lectures on the topic or is responsible for infection prevention and safety in their practice settings. This is also a perfect opportunity for clinicians considering possible career changes. This program will give them the training they need to start the transition into infection control consulting. They'll find new mentors, meet their colleagues and embark on an exciting future.
OSAP's goals for the course are to verify competency in dental infection control and safety principles; provide the latest information on implementation and management of effective infection control and occupational health/safety program for dental settings emphasizing infectious diseases and occupational risks associated with dentistry; ensure participants understand and can implement behavioral change theory in their training endeavors; and achieve a consistent level of competency among dental infection control educators, trainers and consultants.
To access such a large amount of continuing education credits for only $200 is an amazing opportunity. But attendees must act now as the deadline to register for the Dental Infection Prevention & Control Course is December 28, 2012. Registration can be completed online at www.OSAP.org.
For the latest infection control information, guidelines and resources, visit www.OSAP.org.
The Organization for Safety, Asepsis and Prevention is the world's leading membership association exclusively dedicated to preventing disease transmission and ensuring the safe delivery of oral healthcare for all. As a non-profit organization, OSAP helps dental practitioners close the gap between policy and practice. Its members include dental and other healthcare professionals, consultants, researchers and non-governmental organizations, manufacturing and distribution companies, policy makers and academia. For more information, visit www.OSAP.org.