Infection Control: Current CDC Guidelines & Checklist: 4 CEs
Infection Control in Dental Settings Current CDC Guidelines with Office Checklist
Credit hours/CEs 4
Published January 2020 | Reviewed January 2024 | Expires December 2026
Source: CDC infection Control in Dental Settings - public domain document
This course is based on the most current CDC update on Infection Control Guidelines in the Dental Setting issued in 2016.This version of Infection Control is required by Massachusetts. The course concentrates on practical clinical guidelines for personnel and patient safety. The easy-to-follow format also has "guidelines" after each section to summarize the key points of the preceding section. The course also includes an office checklist. This course is suitable for CE for clinically oriented dental professionals. Our Infection Control OSHA Focus is more suitable for annual OSHA training or for state boards that require a 2 CE course for license renewal.
- To understand the new CDC guidelines for infection control in dental settings.
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