Fall Symposium (WEBINAR): "What the JUUL?" / "Innovative Options to Improve Occupational Health"
Due To The COVID-19 Pandemic, This Event Has Been Moved To Webinar Format.
Registration Closes Friday, October 2nd at 8AM!
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Lancette VanGuilder, RDH, BS
Lancette VanGuilder, RDH, BS graduated with her dental hygiene degree from the University of South Dakota in 1995 and has been actively involved in dental hygiene education, leadership and advocacy on the local, state and national level over the last 25 years. Lancette works as a clinician in private practice, in the corporate world as a professional educator, in public health and is an internationally recognized continuing education speaker.
She is a past president of the Nevada Dental Hygienists Association and served on the board of directors for the American Dental Hygienists Association as the District 12 Trustee, representing 6 states on the west/pacific coast. Lancette has received many awards during her career starting with the Nevada Dental Hygienist of the Year. Most recently, she was recognized with the Innovative Career Vision Award for her work in all 7 professional roles of the dental hygienist and received the 2018 Irene Newman Professional Achievement National Award from the American Dental Hygienists Association- recognizing her for her contributions to the advancement of the art and science of the dental hygiene profession over the last 15 years.
Lancette is passionate about ensuring that all communities have access to dental care, the power of prevention and the utilization of the dental hygienist.
Course Description - "What the JUUL?":
Vaping, e-cigarettes and the new harmful trend you may not know about. These devices are sleek, easy to use and all the rage among teens, young adults and those seeking to quit traditional cigarettes. But what is the impact on oral health? Let’s explore the current vape culture and address specific health concerns and the role of the healthcare provider.
Learning Objectives - "What the JUUL?":
Explore vaping/smoking trends and products
Identify potential health risks associated with vaping devices
Discuss the role of the healthcare provider
Course Description - "Innovative Options to Improve Occupational Health":
Dental professionals continue to be at the highest risk for musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) due to maintaining awkward prolonged positions and placing undue stress on their bodies. Frequently, the common areas discussed are related to the upper body. But in fact, the abnormal postures and seating positions can also affect hips, legs and the feet/ankle, causing issues at work or play. This course will review the risks associated with dental providers and more importantly, provide prevention strategies to help reduce occupational injury and pain.
Learning Objectives - "Innovative Options to Improve Occupational Health":
Define the anatomical kinetic chain
Explain contributing factors for Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD)
Identify dental equipment that may improve efficiency, enhance patient outcomes and assist with musculoskeletal health
9:00AM - Course Begins
12:00PM - Course Concludes
Continuing Education Units:
3.0 Clinical CEUs
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Refund Deadline Is September 23, 2020
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