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DH Refresher to Boost Your Skills! Thursday - Sunday, October 28 - 31, 2021


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Want to improve skills and knowledge, prepare for DH Clinical Boards, reinstate a DH license or meet CEU mandates and requirements?  The DH Refresher Program, est.1988, provides class and clinical experience to assist you in achieving your goals. PLS is a recognized CE Provider by the ADA, AADH and Florida CE Broker. 

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Contact Joyce Turcotte, RDH, M.Ed., FAADH, Program Director, 203-261-2857; Fax: 203-459-2911; jturcotte@pls.org for details.  Tuition varies depending on part or full attendance, private or virtual instruction, contingent on qulaifications. Enrollment is limited and sells out quickly.

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    • Course Number
      6021C
  • CEUs
    32
  • Date
    June 10, 2021
  • Day
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Time
    This course runs June 10 - 13, 2021. Times vary each day, per course agenda
  • Location
    Thursday & Friday- Homewood Suites Hotel
    6905 Main St.
    Saturday and Sunday-2150 Black Rock Turnpike
  • City
    Stratford, CT
  • Region
    National
Dental Hygiene Refresher Program (est. 1988)

This program is accepted as a reinstatement / continuing education credit requirement by many state boards / professional licensing agencies. Some states, according to their regulations, may waive the DH clinical boards as a re-entry requirement based upon individual case evaluation. Some regions in Canada have approved the program for continuing education requirements. 

IMPORTANT:

To determine if this Program is right for you, please contact Joyce Turcotte, RDH, M.Ed, FAADH jturcotte@pls.org

TAILORED:
The course may be modified contingent on the candidate’s requirements and a clinical assessment. A virtual option may be available,  
contingent on candidate qualifications.

METHOD:  
50% Didactic (classroom) 50% Workshops and Clinical practice; additional time for home study

COURSE LENGTH:  32 hour program plus prerequisites.  Extended time is contingent on the learner's needs/requirements.
 
ENROLLMENT ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA:

1. Graduate of an accredited dental hygiene school in the United States*
2. Candidate for the dental hygiene clinical boards  
3. State Board authorization for license reinstatement in good standing
4. Currently licensed dental hygienist seeking remediation/ CEUs. 


*Exceptions may apply

FACULTY: Dental hygiene educators and clinical instructors with extensive experience in teaching and clinical practice. Several instructors are also business owners, national lecturers, industry speakers, CPR instructors, experienced specialty practitioners, and university/college adjunct or full time faculty. 

DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to update a licensed dental hygienist, clinically prepare an exam candidate, and/or assist in the reinstatement requirement of a dental hygienist with an expired license. Current philosophies, theories and practices are incorporated into an intense concentration of didactic and clinical instruction. Direct clinical practice is a major component of the program with individualized coaching. An initial assessment determines the educational plan and length of program. Appropriate instruments and equipment are provided at a state of the art dental facility for the clinical component of the course. 
 
General topics include, but are not limited to, standard of care, ethical and legal responsibilities: 
·        infection control and bloodborne pathogens training
·         cultural competency/diversity, HIPAA, medical history and vital signs
·         oral assessment and disease detection, digital x-rays, data collection 
·         treatment planning, documentation and record keeping, computer software training
·         oral health education, promotion and disease prevention
·         manual and ultrasonic instrumentation, sharpening, care and maintenance
·         ergonomics 
·         professional, career and continual learning resources
·         new dental products and technologies 


Note: Course participants practice alongside faculty to ensure safety when using new techniques and equipment.
Caution: ADA CERP guidelines state that participants should be cautioned of the risks of using limited knowledge when integrating new techniques into their practices.
Disclosure: Joyce Turcotte RDH, M.Ed. is a key opinion leader for HuFriedy Group, Surgitel, Procter and Gamble


Instructors: Joyce Turcotte RDH, B.S.DHEd., M.Ed., Cathie Collier, RDH, B.S.DHEd.,MS, Wendy Mazzamauro, RDH, Kim Jennings, RDH, BS and Claudia Turcotte, CDA, RDH, MS, MSOSH

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