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Jennifer Ellis

“Maskne” (0.5 CE)

Saturday, March 27, 2021 – 8:30 AM

“Maskne”, or acne and irritation from wearing a mask, has increasingly become a concern for dental hygienists as they wear layers of masks in an attempt to protect themselves and the patients they serve.
In this course you will learn how to:
*Avoid Maskne
*Establish a Healthy Skincare Routine
*Evaluate Treatment Options

 


Rachel Stroble, RDH, CDA, BA

“The Ethics Behind Self-Care for Dental Professionals” (1 CE)

Saturday, March 27, 2021 -9:10 AM

Are you experiencing exhaustion, aches and pains, or hygiene burnout? In the face of the pandemic,
hygienists have been put under additional stress and have been expected to do more with less. At face
value, these issues don’t seem to pose an ethical problem. However, they are serious contributing
factors to negligent patient care! In this course we explore the ethics behind caring for yourself so you
can deliver safe, exceptional care to your patients and renew your passion for hygiene. Self-neglect is
harmful not only to you, but presents a real and present danger to your patients. Learn techniques that
will help you manage burnout, stress, ergonomic difficulties, and more.


Cindy Rieger, RN

“RN: 1st Responder” (1 CE)

Saturday, March 27, 2021 – 10:10 AM

Challenges on the front lines of health care during a pandemic will be
examined, including current issues regarding vaccines and PPE. Ideas
for interprofessional collaboration will be explored including how
hygienists and nurses can work together to promote overall health
through oral health.


Lisandra Maisonet RDH,BS,
PHDHP, EFDA, CDA. Co- founder of Dental Hygiene Health Alliance of
Pennsylvania.

“RDH: Essential Worker” (1 CE)

Saturday, March 27, 2021 – 11:05 AM

It has never been more important to tap in to the full potential of a dental hygienist. The services that we provide our patients are essential and necessary. We have the ability to serve in the important role of educating our patients with the goal of reducing disease that can lead to negative health outcomes. It is time that we embrace our responsibility of  “Essential Worker” in making a difference in patient care.


Virtual Exhibitor’s Hall (1 CE)

Saturday, March 27, 2021 – 12:30 PM


Lisandra Maisonet RDH,BS,
PHDHP, EFDA, CDA. Co- founder of Dental Hygiene Health Alliance of
Pennsylvania.

“RDH: A Day in the Life” (1 CE)

Saturday, March 27, 2021 – 1:30 PM

Providing comprehensive care for our patient’s is a must. In order to do this dental hygienist must be masters at time management. Taking control of the schedule by implementing systems that can easily be followed are a necessary part of the day. In order to understand the challenges faced by hygienists it is important to understand “A Day in the Life” of one.


Lisa Copeland, RDH, CSP, CVP.

“Solutions to Generational Friction” (2 CE)

Saturday, March 27, 2021 -2:25 PM

The key to cultivating a passionate team is generational perception.

The Generational Friction Factor is real and influencing the dynamics of your team’s success.

Each generation measures everything against their own language, perceptions, and work value.

This interactive workshop will teach you how to spot generational markers or signs, and then offers simple yet

powerful ways to reduce or even eliminate friction points that are particularly damaging…

Objectives:

  • Cultivate a generationally perceptive team
  • Immediately enhance and build relationships of trust using customized language tactics
  • Foster an elevated self-awareness about people and how to connect with them in more meaningful ways
  • Get past generational stereotypes to create a better patient experience
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