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Educators' Postconference

OSAP Symposium






Targeted to educators in dental, dental hygiene and dental assisting schools, the Sunday morning session will start with a brief skill-building session on advanced powerpoint tools to increase the impact of your presentations. Then the group will focus on the impact of H1N1 on educational institutions and how to implement a continuous quality improvement approach to risk management. 

Of course, we've allocated discussion time to ensure that you get your specific issues addressed before you leave.  This is an excellent wrap-up session for educators who need every available resource to address some of the sticky issues they face back at their schools.



Katherine Schrubbe MEd PhD (FACILITATOR)
Leann Keefer RDH MSM
Kathy Eklund RDH MHP
Evelyn Cuny MS



PowerPoint Triple Threat: Tips, Tricks and Techniques to Enhance Your Presentations!

After attending this program, the participant will be able to:

  1. Utilize select elements of PowerPoint to improve the effectiveness and quality of a presentation
  2. Develop content outlines and create slides to connect speaker with the audience for successful learning
  3. Apply best practices for use of text, fonts, color and images with slideware.


The H1N1 Impact on Dental Educational Institutions

After attending this program, the participants will be able to:

  1. Discuss their infection control program experiences during the 2009 H1N1 epidemic.
  2. Share strategies for responding to emerging infections in dental educational institutions.
  3. Identify primary resources for infection control information during outbreaks and epidemics.
  4. Discuss challenges and gaps in current infection control recommendations and guidances.

A Continuous Quality Improvement Approach to Risk Management

After attending this program, the participant will be able to:

  1. Describe the link between quality assurance and risk management.
  2. Identify areas of risk in dentistry.
  3. Formulate strategies to enhance patient safety.




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