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Win the War Against Germs - Webinar 1: Follows the Rules, Wash your Hands 
Presenter: Dr. Karson Carpenter Release Date: 4/1/17
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 4/1/23
  Reviewed: 2020        

As you update your infection control plan, it is important to follow regulations and implement infection control best practices to protect your business, your staff and your patients. In the first segment of a two-part CE webinar series on infection control best practices in the dental office, Dr. Karson Carpenter will discuss regulations governing infection control, highlight strategies to break the chain of infection, and focus on hand hygiene, one of the most effective ways to safeguard the dental healthcare environment.

Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will learn:
• Common cross-contamination risks in dentistry that can result in contaminated hands and surfaces and spread infection.
• Essential OSHA regulations and CDC guidelines that govern infection control in dental healthcare settings
• Key strategies to prevent and control infection in healthcare settings
• Best practices for hand hygiene and how to select and properly use hand hygiene products

After completing this CE course, you should be able to update your infection control plan to keep your dental practice safe.   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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