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  • QE Study Club - Child Development, Behavior Guidance, Milestones

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/07/2021

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 7 Course Objectives Speaker: Dr. Clarice Law - To gain an understanding of the neurodevelopmental processes that undergird the developmental stages - To gain an understanding of the neurodevelopmental processes that undergird the behavior guidance techniques.

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. 

    Week 7 Course Objectives
    Speaker: Dr. Clarice Law

    - To gain an understanding of the neurodevelopmental processes that undergird the developmental stages
    - To gain an understanding of the neurodevelopmental processes that undergird the behavior guidance techniques.

  • QE Study Club - Pharmacologic Behavior Guidance: Local Anesthesia and Nitrous Oxide, Procedural Sedation and General

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/31/2021

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 8 Speaker: Dr. Travis Nelson Learning Objectives: - Review anatomic differences between primary and permanent teeth and how they affect restorative care - Understand the rationale and research basis for sealants - Recognize indications for and use of various restorative materials in Pediatric Dentistry - Be familiar with the use of lasers in restorative and surgical care

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees.

    Week 8 Speaker: Dr. Travis Nelson

    Learning Objectives: 

    - Review anatomic differences between primary and permanent teeth and how they affect restorative care
    - Understand the rationale and research basis for sealants
    - Recognize indications for and use of various restorative materials in Pediatric Dentistry
    - Be familiar with the use of lasers in restorative and surgical care

  • QE Study Club - Oral Diagnosis, Oral Pathology, Oral Medicine, and Dental Anomalies

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/24/2021

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 5 Speaker: Dr. Juan Yepes Learning Objectives: - Learn the most common oral soft tissue lesions in the pediatric patient - Review the most common oral lesions in the baby - Be familiar with the most common radiographic lesions in the pediatric patient - Learn the most common dental anomalies.

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees.

    Week 5 Speaker: Dr. Juan Yepes
    Learning Objectives:

    - Learn the most common oral soft tissue lesions in the pediatric patient
    - Review the most common oral lesions in the baby
    - Be familiar with the most common radiographic lesions in the pediatric patient
    - Learn the most common dental anomalies.

  • QE Study Club - Special Health Care Needs, and Syndromes

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/17/2021

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 4 Speaker: Dr. Juan Yepes Learning Objectives: - Learn the most common syndromes and the dental features associated with the specific syndrome - Review the dental management of pediatric patients medically compromised - Be familiar with the challenges and opportunities of providing dental care for patients with special needs

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees.

    Week 4 Speaker: Dr. Juan Yepes
    Learning Objectives:

    - Learn the most common syndromes and the dental features associated with the specific syndrome
    - Review the dental management of pediatric patients medically compromised
    - Be familiar with the challenges and opportunities of providing dental care for patients with special needs

  • QE Study Club - Radiologic Principles, Radiation Safety, and Infection Control

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/10/2021

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 3 Speaker: Dr. Juan Yepes Learning Objectives: - Review the most critical concepts in radiation safety for the pediatric patient - Learn the most effective techniques to decrease the radiation to the pediatric patient - Be familiar with the importance of infection control in the dental office

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees.

    Week 3 Speaker: Dr. Juan Yepes
    Learning Objectives:

    - Review the most critical concepts in radiation safety for the pediatric patient
    - Learn the most effective techniques to decrease the radiation to the pediatric patient
    - Be familiar with the importance of infection control in the dental office

  • QE Study Club - Periodontal Disease, Immunology, and Research

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 2 Speaker: Dr. Juan Yepes Learning Objectives: - Be familiar with the new classification of periodontal disease - Learn systemic conditions associated with periodontal disease - Discuss the main aspects of the immune response - Understand the steps of a critical appraisal of the literature - Understand common statistical test used in research

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees.

    Week 2 Speaker: Dr. Juan Yepes

    Learning Objectives: 

    - Be familiar with the new classification of periodontal disease
    - Learn systemic conditions associated with periodontal disease
    - Discuss the main aspects of the immune response
    - Understand the steps of a critical appraisal of the literature
    - Understand common statistical test used in research

  • QE Study Club - Prevention, Caries Etiology and Anticipatory Guidance

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/25/2021

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. Week 1 Course Objectives Speaker: Dr. Rebecca Slayton - Understand the components of anticipatory guidance based on age - Learn the biology related to caries etiology - Understand the caries process and factors that contribute to increased risk of disease. - Be familiar with evidence supporting non-surgical strategies to manage caries in children and adolescents.

    QE Study Clubs were held via Zoom in place of a live QE Prep Course. The 10 week series consist of ~1 hour of speaker presentation and ~1 hour of Q&A from the attendees. 

    Week 1 Course Objectives

    Speaker: Dr. Rebecca Slayton

    - Understand the components of anticipatory guidance based on age
    - Learn the biology related to caries etiology
    - Understand the caries process and factors that contribute to increased risk of disease.
    - Be familiar with evidence supporting non-surgical strategies to manage caries in children and adolescents.

  • AAPD Journal CE 2021

    Contains 6 Product(s)

    Up to 24 Credit Hours. Journal CE Tests for Pediatric Dentistry, Volume 43.

    Tests, articles and CE certificates for 6 issues of Pediatric Dentistry 2021 (Volume 43)

  • Tethered Oral Tissues Symposium

    Contains 18 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/14/2020

    Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of tethered tissues is an area of interest across dental and medical disciplines. Yet, there is no consensus on terminology or management. This conference will host national and international renowned providers in the areas of dentistry, orthodontics, otolaryngology, sleep medicine, lactation, and speech pathology to present current research and clinical perspectives. These experts represent diverse background and ample time will be provided for a robust discussion of how best to provide care for families. Course Objectives At the conclusion of the course, participants will have gained a better understanding of tethered tissues including: Recognizing the different classifications of tethered tissues Identifying potential sequellae tethered tissues Describe the scientific evidence to support surgical treatment of tethered tissues

    Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of tethered tissues is an area of interest across dental and medical disciplines. Yet, there is no consensus on terminology or management. This conference will host national and international renowned providers in the areas of dentistry, orthodontics, otolaryngology, sleep medicine, lactation, and speech pathology to present current research and clinical perspectives. These experts represent diverse background and ample time will be provided for a robust discussion of how best to provide care for families.

    Course Objectives
    At the conclusion of the course, participants will have gained a better understanding of tethered tissues including:

    • Recognizing the different classifications of tethered tissues
    • Identifying potential sequellae tethered tissues
    • Describe the scientific evidence to support surgical treatment of tethered tissues
  • Virtual Mini Series: Safe & Effective Sedation, Session 5

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/18/2020

    Vital Sign Monitoring with Dr. Bobby Thikkurissy

    Vital Sign Monitoring with Dr. Bobby Thikkurissy