Monday, June 26, 2023


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Hosted by Dental CE Academy

COURSE FEE:  No charge

CREDITS: This continuing education activity is designated for 1 credit

AGD PACE SUBJECT CODE:  148 Infection Control

MODE: Electronically Mediated | Live Lecture - Interactive webinar

SPEAKER: Dr. Kirsten Roling, DDS  (Bio below)

AUDIENCE: Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Therapists, Dental Assistants

TECHNOLOGY REQUIRED:  Mobile device, laptop or desktop with internet connection | Google Chrome Browser

COURSE SUMMARY: The practice of dentistry is primarily procedural and opportunities exist throughout the day for cross contamination.  Surface decontamination is essential to disrupting the Chain of Infection by deploying standard precautions. Contaminated environmental and clinical contact and housekeeping surfaces are a reservoir of infectious material with the potential to transmit infection to health-care personnel and patients. Transmission of pathogens can occur by direct or indirect contact of clinical contact surfaces and the hands of health-care personnel. Effective surface decontamination in dental settings is imperative to protect dental health care personnel and patients.


  • Compare decontamination to disinfection

  • Contrast clinical surfaces to housekeeping surfaces and assign the proper disinfection protocols

  • Describe how transmission of pathogens occur by direct or indirect contact of clinical contact surfaces 

  • Demonstrate proper infection control protocol of surfaces to include cleaning, disinfection, and the use of barriers

  • Discuss the Spaulding Classification and potential risk of infection posed to the patient from contamination 

  • Apply criteria for the selection of appropriate disinfectantsDescribe how effective surface decontamination is essential to reducing the impact of antimicrobial resistance

INSTRUCTIONS: Upon registration you will be sent a confirmation email from "no-reply@clickmeeting.com: We recommend logging in 15 minutes prior to start time in the event you require assistance. Course handout will be distributed at the start of the webinar. Upon successful completion of quiz/course evaluation your CE Credit will be sent to your email within 1-5 minutes. For CE Credit assistance please submit your request: https://www.dentalceacademy.com/verification.

DISCLOSURE OF SPEAKER AND FACULTY COMMERCIAL RELATIONSHIPS:  According to Dental CE Academy's  Conflict of Interest and Disclosure Policy, faculty and speakers for any course are expected to disclose any economic support, personal interests, or potential bias that may be perceived as creating a conflict related to the material being presented. Disclosure statements are printed in each course description and announced by moderators or individual speakers at the beginning of each presentation. This policy is intended to alert the audience to any potential bias or conflict so that participants may form their own judgments about the material being presented.

CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE: This course is not sponsored. The speaker, Dr. Kirsten Roling is the Chief Education Officer for Dental CE Academy, as an employee she declares a financial relationship with Dental CE Academy. She has not received a speaker's  honorarium.  No corporate entity has contributed or influenced the content for this course.  For written documentation or questions contact support@dentalcenow.com.

DENTAL CE ACADEMY DISCLOSURE: The views expressed and opinions and materials presented during these live and recorded presentations represent the personal views and opinions of the individual speaker and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Dental CE Academy.  Dental CE Academy assumes no responsibility for the content of the presentations made by the individual speakers. Any suggested protocols for treatment, materials, or services may be based up on the speakers' own clinican experience and should not be construed as Dental CE Academy recommended or endorsed. Selected presentations may include exploratory research or experimental procedures and are intended for informational purposes that may lead to new interest and scientific breakthroughs in the fields of dentistry.  Dental CE Academy appreciates its educators who share their knowledge and expertise. This level of dedication to dentistry allows our profession to expand and thrive and provokes necessary discussion and understanding.