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Infection Control: The Dirty Truth and How to Implement a Simplified System for TEAM Collaboration, Safety, and Compliance 
Presenter: Debbie Zafiropoulos, RDH Release Date: 11/7/19
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 11/7/25
  Reviewed: 2022        

Infection Control in the dental practice often conjures up the instant reaction of eye rolling and finger pointing, it vacillates from the overboard, product obsessed clinician to the unfortunate undertrained, overly stressed neophyte. This CE webinar is organized to easily and comprehensively remove the emotion and information overload and deliver a simple implementable system to ensure the TEAM is supportive in creating a safe and compliant environment to all positions of the dental team and clientele.

The goals for this CE webinar are:
• Identify real world challenges of the dental staff especially the hygienist and dental assistant and focus on TEAM competency and ongoing training
• Recognize the mass of information in the market for PPE, hand washing, sterilization & disinfection protocols and define what the relevance is between standard precautions vs. universal precautions
• To educate & promote strategies to simply and consistently implement safe, effective sterilization and infection control protocols to ensure the health & safety of our clientele and us   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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