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Pathogens in the Dental Surgery

Pathogens in the Dental Surgery

Pathogens in the Dental Surgery

Carin Brent
Carin Brent
on behalf of Synapse Dental

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Launch date: 16 Dec 2016
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Last updated: 23 May 2017

Reference: 167475

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Description

This issue covers an overview on micro-organisms most commonly found in the dental surgery, as well as the risks and symptoms of accidental exposure.

Objectives

At the end of this E-Learning, the student will be able to:
Objective 1:
To familiarise the reader with some of the micro-organisms found in the dental surgery
Objective 2:
Why it is important to deal with these organisms
Objective 3:
How to avoid harmful exposure
Carin Brent

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Carin Brent
on behalf of Synapse Dental

With a passion for improving professional care, Carin believes in teamwork.She studied Oral Hygiene at the University of Stellenbosch (US) and completed her Expanded Functions Courses at the University of the Western Cape (UWC). In a professional career that spans over thirty years, she has worked both locally and internationally with orthodontists, periodontists and in practices that focus on preventative, family and aesthetic dentistry.As the secretary of the local branch of the South African Dental Association (SADA), she organised various CPD events and congresses. In 2011 she joined forces with a colleague to start Synapse. Their aim is to make professional development accessible to everyone.
Carin has served on the Board of Directors of The Arts Theatre Society of East London and is currently on the Professional Board for Dental Therapy, Oral Hygiene and Dental Assistants of the HPCSA.
She lives and works as an oral hygienist in East London, South Africa. In her spare time she is a potter, planter, painter, gardener, godmother, decorator and dog walker.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Oral Hygienists Association of South Africa (OHASA)
  • 3.00 Units -
    Reference: to be supplied

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