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Infection Prevention & OSHA for Dentistry

Elko, NV

Friday, May 21, 2021

8 am – 3 pm


We are thrilled we are finally able to present OSHA & Infection Prevention live and in person.  We invite you to join us remotely as well if that forum meets your needs.  We will present an interactive 6-hour program detailing how you can effectively develop real-world workplace safety and infection prevention programs within your own practice.  This program is designed for healthcare providers, administrators, clinicians, and support staff. 

This program fulfills your Nevada State Board of Dental Examiners biennial CE requirement for 4 hours of infection prevention training!  AGD CDE, BRN CNE, and Category 1 CME available!  Both in-person AND live stream attendees earn 6 Hours of “LIVE” AGD PACE accredited CE.

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