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ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES AND THE CULTURE OF VAPING

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Thursday, February 22, 2024

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05:00 PM America/Los Angeles

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Agenda

TITLE:  ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES AND THE CULTURE OF VAPING

COURSE FEE:  Free

CREDITS: This continuing education activity is designated for 1 credit

AGD PACE SUBJECT CODE:  150 Substance Abuse | 158 Tobacco Cessation

MODE: Electronically Mediated | Live interactive webinar

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

EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT: Perio Protect LLC

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

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

INSTRUCTIONS:  Dental CE Academy hosts all webinars using the Clickmeeting platform. Upon registration you are sent a confirmation email from no-reply@clickeeting.com with a link to join. Be sure to check your spam/junk/promotions folders. We recommend logging in 15 minutes early in the event you require assistance. 

HANDOUTS:  Distributed via email to all attendees 1 hour prior to start, during and after the webinar. 

QUIZ FOR CE CREDIT VERIFICATION: At the conclusion of the webinar, attendees will be redirected to complete a quiz for CE credit.An 80% minimum passing score is required, multiple attempts are permitted, and attendees have 7 days to successfully complete the quiz for CE credit.

COURSE SUMMARY:  A free online dental continuing education course hosted by Dental CE Academy that summarizes the history of electronic cigarette use and the adverse consequences of our patients' oral and systemic health. Dental clinicians are uniquely positioned as resources for their patients addicted to nicotine products that may lead to morbidity/mortality, and poor treatment outcomes. Electronic cigarettes were developed in 2003, and have quickly grown in popularity. The dental clinician will receive timely information regarding e-cigarette safety, prevalence of use, the culture of vaping, marketing, health care policy, nicotine addiction, and health implications.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES: 

  • Describe the history of electronic cigarettes.

  • State the prevalence of electronic cigarette use.

  • Understand known systemic and oral health implications.

  • Know the anatomy of electronic cigarettes and other ENDs (Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems).

  • Review how electronic cigarettes work.

  • Understand the culture of vaping.

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 receives educational support from Perio Protect LLC.  The speaker, Dr. Kirsten Roling is the Chief Education Officer for Dental CE Academy. She has not received an honorarium. No corporate entity has contributed or influenced the content of this presentation.  For written documentation 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 clinical 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. 

Dr. Kirsten Roling, DDS

Dr. Roling, DDS is the Chief Education Officer for Dental CE Academy.  She completed dental school training at the University of California, San Francisco; during the height of the HIV/AIDS Pandemic. Dr. Roling is a public health dentist, credited as an early pioneer of Teledentistry. Her clinical practice spans pediatrics to geriatrics. Previously an Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF; and Public Health Preceptor, Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health, Dr. Roling also held the position as Chief for the Office of Oral Health, Maricopa County, Department of Public Health where she administered the nation's largest pediatric oral health prevention programs for the third largest U.S. public health department. As a mobile dental provider, she commanded a large teledentistry practice to treat homebound geriatric patients. She is a recipient of the Pediatric Oral Health Access Program (POHAP) scholarship and provided dental services to at risk infants and foster children. She has completed certification through the American Dental Education Association in conjunction with the Academy of Academy Leadership and Institute. She is published in the Journal of Public Health Dentistry.