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Date + Time:
Saturday, May 16, 2020 8:30am - 5:00pm
Crowne Plaza Anchorage Midtown
109 W. International Airport Road
Anchorage, AK 99518
RDH or Aux. in attendance with Dentist: $169.00
Add $10/registrant if after: Friday, May 08, 2020
Complimentary. Use open lots.
Course DescriptionAllergies: Increasing Population Incidence and Their Challenges to Health Care
Upon completion of this course, the participant should understand that virtually every chemical, drug and dental material employed in the dental office has been known to induce allergic reactions in both clinical personnel and patients. Clinicians should be prepared for potential challenges that an increasing percentage of allergic patients present during dental treatment. Comprehension of the classes of hypersensitive reactions, clinical manifestations, and principles associated with development and treatment of allergies are thus required for clinician understanding and effective managements. Discussion will also include immunological mechanisms and manifestations of allergic reactions associated with commonly used materials and latex products, as well as evolving prevention strategies.
A. Current incidence 1. Multiple allergies 2. Potential allergens B. Type I hypersensitivity 1. Representative allergens 2. Clinical manifestations C. Type IV hypersensitivity 1. Representative allergens 2. Clinical manifestations D. Allergic reactions to latex
Vaccine Recommendations: Science, Success & Myths
This seminar will consider vaccination as an effective public health infection control approach for protection of both the general population and health care professionals. Emphasis will focus on the most recent updated information pertaining to vaccines used in the prevention of adult infectious disease, especially those with increased occupational health care risks. Discussion concerning recent public health vaccine recommendations, such as those targeting shingles and human papilloma viruses (HPV) will also be included. The rationale and classification of available vaccines and emerging technologies will be discussed in order to provide participants appropriate scientific and clinical evidence, which can be useful when considering the necessity for their own protection, as well as protection of the general public and individuals diagnosed with immune compromising conditions and diseases. In addition, important information will be presented concerning certain public misperceptions against vaccines, which have resulted in outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases and threaten vaccine global success against many infectious diseases.
A. Public health impact B. Principles and vaccine types C. Representative vaccines 1. Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) 2. Influenza 3. Bacterial pneumonia 4. Pertussis 5. Zoster (shingles) 6. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) D. Public Health Knowledge 1. Herd immunity 2. Mandated requirements E. Vaccination science vs. myths
Dr. Molinari's seminar will use a traditional Power Point lecture format that will include microbiological, research, and other evidence-based clinical information to demonstrate and reinforce concepts. The presentation will also encourage audience participation in the discussion of appropriate infection prevention strategies for clinical settings. Participants will have multiple opportunities to ask questions during the course of the seminar."
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- "Dr. Molinari was a highly informed, enthusiastic, educated and good humored speaker. His presentation was a good use w/ my time. Thank you!"
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At the completion of this course the participants should be able to:
- Understand that certain allergic reactions are directly observable in the oro-facial tissues and that practitioners will be treating patients who may suffer from allergic conditions.
- Consider the multi-faceted aspects of clinical hypersensitivity reactions
- Understand immunological mechanisms and allergic manifestations
- Apply the principles discussed to clinical situations which occur in patient care
- Recognize manifestations of allergic reactions associated with latex components and products
- Comprehend the overall impact vaccinations have had in protecting the population against many infectious diseases.
- Discuss the latest CDC vaccine recommendations for health care professionals.
- Understand the rationale for other representative vaccination recommendations, including human papilloma virus infections.
- Describe the dangers of public misperceptions against vaccines.