Local Anesthesia for Dental Hygienists L-Permit Certification
Quinsigamond Community College
This 40-hour training course is designed to prepare the licensed dental hygienist for the written certification examination for the Administration of Local Anesthesia administered by the Northeast Regional Board of Dental Examiners (NERB) in compliance with the regulations of the Board of Registration in Dentistry, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. This course includes:
Running May 29,30,31, June 6,7.
For all information and to register follow link below
Local Anesthesia Certificate
Location: Cape Cod Community College, 2240 Iyannough Road, West Barnstable, MA.
Local Anesthesia Certificate (WHD002-67)
ONLINE from 6/20/2015-7/31/2015
dates: Sat. 8/1/15, Sun. 8/2/15, and Sat. 8/8/15 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
fee for this course is $1,199.000 per person. The course is limited to 14
For more information and registration, please visit: http://www.capecod.edu/web/werc/dental
Local Anesthesia Certification Course- Middlesex Community College
This course is recommended for the RDH who would like to become certified in local anesthesia. This course complies with the Mass. Board of Registration in Dentistry regulations for the administration of local anesthesia. At completion, RDH will be able to administer safe, effective, and painless local anesthesia with confidence and competence in preparation for the NERB exam. The course consists of a 50 hour on-line study prior to the 3 day clinical with 30 injection experiences. Course Director: Debra November-Rider, RDH,MSDH
For complete info and dates:https://www.middlesex.mass.edu/careertraining/dhla.aspx or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Massachusetts Public Health Dental Hygiene Practice Continuing Education
The Participant will be:
1. Knowledgeable of the Public Health Dental Hygienist Practice rules and regulations.
2. Able to discuss components of risk management, which include HIPAA, informed consent, documentation, liability insurance, and public health reportable diseases.
3. Able to discuss various signs, symptoms, and treatment for various medical emergencies.
4. Able to discuss prevention methods and response to a medical emergency.
5. Able to discuss current infection control guidelines for portable equipment in a public health setting.
6. In addition, dental hygienists will need to complete a 6-hour observation component in order to meet the total 10-hour training requirement for practicing public health dental hygiene. More information will be provided during the course.
Participant of this course will complete the 4-hour educational requirement to practice as a Massachusetts Public Dental Hygienist in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The course will cover the three required components set forth by the Board of Registration in Dentistry: infection control, risk management, and medical emergency review
Instructor: Barbara Sheerin, RDH