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ATSU Continuing Education
 

january, 1970

Clinical Dentistry and Ethics

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Event Details

Date/Time:      All day, every day

Audience:        All Dental Health Professionals

Format:           Web-based PowerPoint

CE Credit:      1 credit

Tuition:           $25

Instructor:      Don Altman, DDS, DHSc, EdD, MPH, MBA, MA

Course Description:

This course complements information provided in Dental Ethics and explores ethical considerations related to informed consent, treatment of certain patient populations, and participation in professional volunteer activities. Participants will gain knowledge that can be immediately applied to their professional practice to prevent and manage ethical issues. 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Discuss the purpose of Informed Consent and the role it plays in daily dental practice.
  2. Explain HIV issues in dentistry.
  3. Describe ethical challenges when dealing with mentally challenged patients.
  4. Describe ethical issues related to participation in professional volunteer activities.
  5. Identify ethical issues present in a clinical dentistry case study.

This course may be used toward fulfillment of the continuing dental education and renewal requirements of Arizona Administrative Code R4-11-1203 and R4-11-1204 for ethics and Arizona dental jurisprudence instruction.

Dr. Altman is Dean of the College of Graduate Health Studies at A.T. Still University. Dr. Altman has not declared an financial conflicts of interest related to this course.

This course is hosted on the website of the World Continuing Education Alliance. Payments and registration are completed through WCEA. Course refund and cancellation policies are provided at the time of registration.

Click HERE to register

Time

Year Around Event (1970)

Location

Online course

Organizer

Continuing Dental EducationOrthodontic Dept.

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