$50.00

Course Description

“That’s Not What I Learned In School 2.0”

Did you learn that floss is the magic elixir preventing
everything from caries to bone loss? Or perhaps you are still providing
‘routine care’ that includes yearly radiographs and fluoride treatments.
While education provides the foundation, it depreciates over time as new
research, therapies, and treatments emerge. This course will empower
you to move out of your comfort zone and feel confident adopting new
evidence-based strategies for everyday patient care.

Course Description

“Dealing with Difficult People: Strategies for Managing, Patients, Co-workers, Bosses”

Do you have a patient that you feel you can never
please? A co-worker/employee who always seems to have an attitude? Or
a boss who pressures and challenges you at every turn? You are not alone.
Everyone has had to face the challenge of dealing with a difficult person.
This course will help you develop effective strategies to help you feel more
confident and empowered to take control, manage the situation, and have
a more enjoyable work life.

Course Description

“That’s Not What I Learned In School 2.0”

Did you learn that floss is the magic elixir preventing
everything from caries to bone loss? Or perhaps you are still providing
‘routine care’ that includes yearly radiographs and fluoride treatments.
While education provides the foundation, it depreciates over time as new
research, therapies, and treatments emerge. This course will empower
you to move out of your comfort zone and feel confident adopting new
evidence-based strategies for everyday patient care.

Learning Objectives

Discuss the role of evidence in making treatment decisions
• Explain the importance of staging and grading in classifying
periodontitis
• Examine how risk plays a role in determining appropriate intervals for
recare appointments, radiographs, and fluoride treatments
• Understand the importance of antibiotic stewardship
• Identify the best strategies for caries management
• Recognize the limitation of dental floss

Course Description

“Dealing with Difficult People: Strategies for Managing, Patients, Co-workers, Bosses”

Do you have a patient that you feel you can never
please? A co-worker/employee who always seems to have an attitude? Or
a boss who pressures and challenges you at every turn? You are not alone.
Everyone has had to face the challenge of dealing with a difficult person.
This course will help you develop effective strategies to help you feel more
confident and empowered to take control, manage the situation, and have
a more enjoyable work life.

Learning Objectives

• Understand the benefits of responding vs reacting
• Identify strategies to maintain poise and self-control
• Discover the role of presence in developing confidence and personal
empowerment
• Discuss learning ways to say no for greater patient influence
• Explain workplace rights