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AAPD Meetings & Sponsored Continuing Education Courses

September 2013 Volume XLIX Number 5

 For further information on any of the AAPD-sponsored meetings or courses, please contact Meetings Services Senior Manager Kristi Casale at kcasale@aapd.org the Headquarters Office at (312) 337-2169.
 
 
Sept. 28, 2013 The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on the Pediatric Dental Practice.
 
Hyatt Magnificent Mile Hotel, Chicago, Ill.
 
 
Oct. 4, 2013 Dental Assistant's Course.
 
Grand Hyatt, Seattle, Wash.
 
 
Oct. 4 - 6, 2013 Contemporary Sedation.
 
Grand Hyatt, Seattle, Wash.
 
 
Nov. 15 - 16, 2013 beyond the Guidelines: Factors Affecting behavior Guidance.
 
Westin River North, Chicago, Ill. 
 
 

Jan. 24 - 26, 2014 Comprehensive Review of Pediatric Dentistry.

Hilton Austin, Austin, Texas.

 

Feb. 27 - March 1, 2014 Contemporary Sedation of Children for the Dental Practice: enteral and Parenteral Techniques.

Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, Los Angeles, Calif.

 

March 1-2, 2014 Management of Pediatric Sedation emergencies: A Simulation Course.

Hyatt Regency Century Plaza and the UCLA Simulation Center, Los Angeles, Calif.

 

District/State Unit Organization Meetings & CE Courses 

For more information on these meetings, please contact the sponsoring District or State unit organization.
 
Oct. 5, 2013 The Oregon Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Pediatric Sedation and Dental emergencies. Multnomah Athletic Club, Portland, Ore. This course will review the current practice of pediatric minimal and moderate sedation beginning with a basis in physiology and pharmacology and progressing through monitoring, drug selection and office protocols. Despite best practice, sedation and medical emergencies can and will happen. This course is structured to meet the requirements of many states for recertification for sedation. Registration opens in August 2013 at http://www.oapd.org. Any questions contact Patty Peirano Franklin, D.D.S., at Dra.peirano@hotmail.com.
 
 
Oct. 12, 2013 A Round-up of Common and Not So Common Oral lesions in Children and Adolescents: Diagnostic Tips and Management Approaches.
 
University of Michigan, Campus Inn, Ann Arbor, Mich. Presenter: Dr. Catherine Flaitz. 7CE credits. Part 1 of this course uses a systematic format for diagnosing soft tissue enlargements that occur in the oral cavity, including infants. These conditions will be grouped according to common clinical features to identify for comparison and a differential diagnosis will be reviewed. When appropriate, a potential connection to a systemic or genetic disorder is emphasized. Part 2 of this course uses a systematic format to evaluate red, white and ulcerative diseases and discuss the causes, clinical characteristics, management approaches, complications and pediatric significance of each. When indicated, a potential connection to an underlying systemic disease is highlighted, helpful hints for management and treatment options. At the end of the session, course participants are welcomed to share interesting oral lesions with the group for discussion. MAPD members $250, AAPD members $350, others $400 for course fees, handouts and lunch. Contact Dr. Martin Makowski, (586) 2860700 or drmak226@aol.com. Visit www.Michiganapd.org for more details.

 

March 27 - March 30, 2014 2014 CSPD/WSPD Annual Meeting.

Come experience the possibilities in Monterey! Earn up to 20 CEUs while enjoying an array of activities that the California coast has to offer. Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel and Spa on Del Monte Golf Course. Monterey, Calif. Registration includes the Thursday evening Welcome Reception, breakfast from Thursday - Sunday, the CSPD Installation Luncheon on Friday, and the Saturday Night Gala. Go to http:// www.cspd.org/calendar/show.asp?event_ID=183 for more information and to register online!

 

Standing Rock Pediatric Dental Days Oct. 11 - 12, 2013

Pediatric dentist volunteers are needed for the Pediatric Dental Days Event to be held Oct. 11 - 12, 2013, at Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in Ft Yates, N.D. The children of the tribe have large unmet dental needs and have difficulty receiving specialty dental treatment. The two-day event will utilize the Mission of Mercy model with equipment provided by America's Dentists Care Foundation. Forty dental chairs will be set up in the Prairie Knights Casino where 20 pediatric dentists will provide an estimated $200,000 of donated restorative dental care for 300 - 400 children of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Oral surgeons will also be on site and preventive areas will provide education to parents. Most of the children receiving treatment will have been pre-screened with some referred directly to area pediatric dentists for treatment under general anesthesia. Tem- porary North Dakota dental licenses will be obtained for out-of-state pediatric dentists. Lodging and food will be provided for volunteers. Partners in the event include the North Dakota and South Dakota Dental Associations, as well as the North Dakota and South Dakota Associations of Pediatric Dentists. For more information contact: Brent L Holman D.D.S., 2538 S University Drive #A, Fargo, ND 58103, (701) 306-1276, blholman@gmail.com.