Current Concepts in Dentistry Day II

Part of: Current Concepts in Dentistry

Course description

Infection Control in the Dental Office: It’s Everyone’s Responsibility

Sunday, Nov. 11, 2018
Presented by Dr. John A. Molinari, PhD

This course will provide an update on occupational blood borne and respiratory infection risks for dental healthcare professionals, as well as a practical discussion of current infection prevention regulations and recommendations for dentistry. The most recent Canadian recommendations concerning blood borne pathogens and infection control will be presented, along with updates on other regulations as they pertain to dental settings. Hand hygiene, vaccinations, and other preventive measures (i.e. personal protective equipment, instrument reprocessing, disinfection, and dental water asepsis) are frameworks for this presentation.  Infectious disease challenges and prevention strategies will be used to reinforce the application of standard precautions during patient treatment. The most recent evidence-based information will also be discussed to address certain issues where perceptions and misuse of infection control procedures and products are in conflict with scientific and clinical knowledge. 

Learning objectives

  • Describe the most recent updates for provincial and Canadian infection control recommendations
  • Understand the rationale for effective, hand hygiene procedures as fundamental components of an infection control program
  • Discuss the challenges bloodborne and respiratory infections present to healthcare workers
  • Summarize the most current vaccination recommendations for dental personnel
  • Define recent technology advances and protocols for instrument processing and sterilization
  • Comprehend efficient and effective approaches to monitor sterilization
  • Name the use of disposables and disinfectants used in environmental surface asepsis
  • Identify factors which can lead to dental unit waterline (DUWL) contamination
  • Review practical strategies which may minimize forms of DUWL contamination
  • Describe the capabilities and roles for evacuation system cleaners

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