New CE Course Covers Updated Infection Control Protocols for 2012
Posted on July 6, 2012
July 5, 2012 (Algonquin, IL)—The transmission of infection in a dental practice is one of the most serious issues the industry can face, which is why it is so important that everyone in the dental office be aware of the latest recommendations to minimize the risk of spreading infection. In response, a new CE course titled, “Infection Control in the Dental Office: Why is it Important? What are the Standards of Care in 2012?”has been published by The Richmond Institute with leading author, Dr. Louis G. DePaola, DDS on its website for continuing dental education.
This course takes an in-depth look at how the standards for infection prevention have developed over the years, and how practices can maintain compliance with them. The course also discusses significant breaches in infection control that numerous offices across the United States have recently committed, which not only affected the clinicians themselves, but the health of their patients as well.
To read this course (and any other) free of charge, please visit richmondinstitute.com/courses, or sign up for a complimentary membership to take the exam for CE credit. More information about new courses and other educational content can be found on Facebook (facebook.com/TheRichmondInstitute) or on Twitter (@Richmond_Inst). For additional inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.