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OVERVIEW  | REGULATIONS & GUIDELINES | BEST PRACTICES | INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES | PATIENT RESOURCES  


                       

Overview

Ensuring patient safety is central to OSAP’s vision of "Safe oral healthcare for people everywhere.” It is important for dental patients and the field of dentistry to further support that vision by increasing the awareness of safety and infection control. The following resources for patients and our professional community are intended to inform an on-going dialogue around the importance of patient safety within dentistry.

 

Regulations & Guidelines
CDC

WHO
 

 

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Best Practices
Key Learnings as of May, 2013 How to discuss infection prevention with your patients
Related Articles From Policy to Practice: OSAP's Guide to the Guidelines. This 170-page workbook contains practical information to help healthcare professionals put the new recommendations into practice.
FAQS

Free interactive training program available 24-7 in English and Spanish. Organized around the principles of infection control the course addresses (1) the importance of infection control, (2) taking action to stay healthy, (3) avoiding contact with blood and other body fluids, (4) making objects safe for use, (5) limiting contamination, (6) program considerations and (7) program evaluation. Great for new employee orientation.

 

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Instructional Resources
Videos How to discuss infection prevention with your patients
Image Library From Policy to Practice: OSAP's Guide to the Guidelines. This 170-page workbook contains practical information to help healthcare professionals put the new recommendations into practice.
Fact Sheets

Free interactive training program available 24-7 in English and Spanish. Organized around the principles of infection control the course addresses (1) the importance of infection control, (2) taking action to stay healthy, (3) avoiding contact with blood and other body fluids, (4) making objects safe for use, (5) limiting contamination, (6) program considerations and (7) program evaluation. Great for new employee orientation.

 

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Patient Resources
Travel From Policy to Practice: OSAP's Guide to the Guidelines. This 170-page workbook contains practical information to help healthcare professionals put the new recommendations into practice.

 

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