Dental Professionals Seminar
Dental Professionals Seminar
The 2020 seminar will be provided virtually via ZOOM
Dental professionals are tasked with the safe and effective management of medically complex patients. Knowledge of dental pharmacology has never been more essential to patient care.
RDH, MSDH, CDA
Jasmin Haley, RDH, MSDH, CDA, is the Founder and CEO of Beyond the Prophy®, Co-founder of the Inspire the Future Summit™ for Dental Hygiene Educators, and Co-founder of the MOMgienist® Community. She has over 18 years of experience as a dental hygienist, educator, and dental assistant. Within those years, she has served 8 years in academia, in a full-time, adjunct, or a consultant capacity. Currently, she is a full-time educator at Wake Technical Community College Dental Hygiene Program.
When she is not directly helping to impact the lives of her students or dental professionals with her coaching she can be found on the stage doing what she loves the most — speaking from the heart. She shares her personal experiences of overcoming overwhelm, burn out, fear, and self-doubt to help professionals rediscover their greatness and pursue their entrepreneurial goals.
She is an expert on HIV/AIDS, an advocate for the opioid epidemic, curator of impactful events, promoter of self-acceptance/self-love and crusader for cultural sensitivity. Jasmin is a national leader, entrepreneur, influencer, and a 2018 recipient of the Sunstar/RDH Award of Distinction. You can reach her at jasminhaley.com.
Thank you to our sponsors
Date: October 23, 2020
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 4:10 p.m. (virtual check-in begins at 8 am)
Location: Virtual format via ZOOM
Participant registration deadline is October 9
Exhibitor registration deadline is September 25
Exhibitor videos from a variety of dental companies will be available during the lunch break for your viewing.
Exhibitors: Videos should be submitted via link to YouTube. Link to video is due September 25.
Continuing Education Units
A Continuing Education Units application has been submitted for approval to award six (6) Continuing Education Units (CEU) for completion of this program.
It Takes A Village: Opioid Addiction and the Dental Professionals Role
The US Surgeon general reports that drug overdoses are the leading cause of preventable death. Diverse communities across the United States are struggling with the ramifications of drug addiction. Substance abuse and addictions are challenging and major public health concern that all medical and dental professionals should be prepared to address. This course will outline current trends of drug addiction and the life-saving efforts all professionals can participate in to address this epidemic.
• Recognize current trends and most commonly used drugs
• Identify programs utilized in some states to save lives
• Recall the protocol for the administration and delivery of Naloxone
The Future of DiversityDental professionals value the role that diversity contributes to society. Diversity has evolved and includes more than race and ethnicity. Many diverse populations are underserved or overlooked. There are a number of populations that have growing evidence of health disparities. Dental professionals must prepare themselves for the future of diversity and develop strategies to provide the best patient-centered care.
• Define diversity and its contribution to patient perception.
• Discuss unique subsets of the populations that are often overlooked.
• Identify strategies that will promote cultural and linguistically competent care
- Registration Fee: $50
- Full-time SIU DH Student: $25
- 2019 SIU DH Graduate: $25
- Active Military (with copy of Military ID) - $25
- Participant Online Registration
- Exhibitor Online Registration
- By phone with a VISA, Discover, or Mastercard by calling Conference and Scheduling Services at 618/536-7751
- Fax registration form or exhibitor's registration form with credit card information to Conference and Scheduling Services at 618/453-5680
Join us on ZOOM for the seminar!
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Cancellation and Refund Policy
Cancellations received in writing before October 9, 2020 entitles the registrant to a refund, minus a $20 cancellation fee. No refund will be made after that date. The University reserves the right to cancel any program. In the event of program cancellation, only those pre-registered will be notified.