Mastering Sedation Course

Friday, June 15, 2018 - 


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Details

Friday, June 15, 2018, 8am-4pm: Mastering Sedation Review - a permit renewal course

This interactive lecture course is designed for dentists and hygienists who want to meet state dental board's requirements to maintain anesthesia permit levels from minimal to moderate. This one-day review course will refresh and give participants the most current information in how to comprehend and apply the benefits of oral/inhalation sedation within the dental office setting. This course will also review how to effectively deal with medical emergencies in the dental office for sedated and non-sedated patients.

This one day lecture, refresher course meets the Oregon Board of Dentistry's requirements to renew your minimal sedation permit.

Course Objectives:

  • Develop a plan for every sedation appointment to ensure safe, effective minimal enteral sedation
  • Understand the pharmacology of oral sedatives and identify the most appropriate agent for each patient
  • Employ strategies for pre-emptive analgesia and post-op analgesia
  • Utilize the proven “recipe” for post-operative pain control that DOES NOT include narcotics
  • Learn new techniques for administering flumazenil and strategies for patients who may require an alternative approach: another arrow in your quiver

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Saturday, June 16, 2018 8am-4pm: Mastering Nitrous Sedation - a permitting course; must also attend Sunday course(Continental breakfast, lunch and snacks included)

This is an interactive lecture and hands-on participation course. It is designed for dentists and hygienists who desire to meet state dental board's requirements for administering nitrous oxide sedation to the dental patient. This is a two day how to course that prepares participants to comprehend and apply the benefits of inhalation sedation within the dental office setting and to effectively deal with medical emergencies in the dental office for sedated and non-sedated patients.

This course is designed to fulfill Oregon Board of Dentistry requirements for the Nitrous Oxide Sedation Permit.

Course Objectives:

  • Learn how to select appropriate patients for inhalational and minimal sedation. Know who to treat and who to refer
  • Make pharmacology clinically useful through understanding of bioavailability and half-life
  • Examine inhalational equipment and learn various inhalation techniques
  • Discuss the advantages/disadvantages and indications/contraindications of inhalational sedation
  • Review patient monitoring thoroughly – from Pulse Oximetry to Bispectral Index Analysis (BIS)
  • Know the seven medications you need to have in your emergency kit and how to use them

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Sunday, June 17, 2018, 8am-4pm: Mastering Minimal Sedation - a permitting course; must also attend Friday and Saturday courses(Continental breakfast, lunch and snacks included)

This course offers instruction in all aspects of inhalation analgesia and oral conscious sedation, including effective methods in dealing with anxiety control in general practice. Our faculty specializes in adult learning by utilizing a multimedia approach which enhances knowledge and retention. Participants will learn various techniques and protocols designed to achieve certification in nitrous oxide/oxygen sedation as well as competency in providing oral anxiolysis. A patient-centered approach to care is emphasized with lecture on appropriate medication section, monitoring and practical emergency management. Case studies will augment the delivery of key points and a problem-based learning approach is encouraged so that each participant's questions are addressed.

This course is designed to fulfill Oregon Board of Dentistry requirements for the Minimal Sedation Permit.

Course Objectives:

  • Develop a plan for every sedation appointment to ensure safe, effective minimal enteral sedation.
  • Understand the pharmacology of oral sedatives and identify the most appropriate agent for each patient.
  • Employ strategies for pre-emptive analgesia and post-op analgesia.
  • Learn new techniques for administering flumazenil and strategies for patients who may require an alternative approach: another arrow in your quiver.
  • Learn how to select appropriate patients for inhalational and minimal sedation.
  • Know who to treat and who to refer.
  • Make pharmacology clinically useful through understanding of bioavailability and half-life.
  • Examine inhalational equipment and learn various inhalation techniques.
  • Discuss the advantages/disadvantages and indications/contraindications of inhalational sedation.
  • Review patient monitoring thoroughly – from Pulse Oximetry to Bispectral Index Analysis (BIS).
  • Know the seven medications you need to have in your emergency kit and how to use them.

Register

Registration open through 6/14/2018 8:59 PM EST


Refund and cancellation policy

OHSU Continuing Dental Education Department Cancellation/Refund Policy

The Continuing Dental Education Department must receive all cancellations in writing by mail, fax or email, prior to the course date for the appropriate refund to be issued.

  • At any time if the registrant cancels there will be $35 administrative fee on all cancellations to cover staff time and credit card transaction fees.
  • Cancellations by the participant more than 30 days prior to the course date will receive a full refund, minus the $35 administrative fee.
  • Cancellations by the participant made less than 7 days prior to the course date, will not be refunded.
  • 'No shows' for a course will forfeit the full registration tuition.
  • Tuition will be refunded in total if a course is cancelled by the Continuing Dental Education Department.
  • A set deadline is required for certain courses;no registrations or cancellations are accepted after the course's set deadline. Please see course listings for those with specific, set deadlines.
  • Emergencies involving the registrant or immediate family will be taken into consideration on a case-by-case basis.
  • In the event of snow, earthquake or other act of nature, please visit the CDE homepage or call the CDE office and listen to the instructions on the voicemail.

Registering for any continuing education activity or event constitutes acceptance of these terms.


Continuing Education

Credit Hours:

Friday Only - 7 CE

Saturday and Sunday Only - 14 CE

Friday, Saturday and Sunday - 21 CE


Presenting

 

 

 

 

Dr. Mark Donaldson received his baccalaureate degree from the University of British Columbia and his Doctorate in Clinical Pharmacy from the University of Washington. He completed a residency at Vancouver General Hospital, and has practiced as a clinical pharmacy specialist, clinical coordinator and director of pharmacy services at many healthcare organizations in both Canada and the United States.  He is currently the Associate Principal of Clinical Pharmacy for Vizient’s Advisory Solutions, and lives in Whitefish, Montana.

 

Dr. Donaldson is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Pharmacy at the University of Montana in Missoula, Clinical Associate Professor in the School of Dentistry at the Oregon Health & Sciences University in Portland, Oregon, and affiliate faculty in the School of Dentistry at UBC. He has a special interest in dental pharmacology and has lectured internationally to both dental and medical practitioners. He has spent the last 25 years focusing on dental pharmacology and dental therapeutics, and is a leader in the field.

 

Dr. Donaldson has published numerous peer-reviewed works and textbook chapters. He currently serves on the Editorial Board for the Journal Healthcare Executive and the Journal of the American Dental Association, and is a reviewer for over ten other different journals. He is board certified in healthcare management and is the Past-President and current Regent of the American College of Healthcare Executives’ Montana Chapter. Dr. Donaldson was named as the 2014 recipient of the Bowl of Hygeia for the state of Montana and is the 2016 recipient of the Dr. Thaddeus V. Weclew Award. This award is conferred by the Academy of General Dentistry upon an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the medical, dental and pharmacy literature. In 2019, Dr. Donaldson was conferred by the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) in Ottawa with the, “Special Friend of Canadian Dentistry Award.” This award is given to an individual outside of the dental profession in appreciation for exemplary support or service to Canadian dentistry and/or to the profession as a whole.


 

Dr. Jason H. Goodchild is a graduate of Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA. He received his dental training at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine where he still holds a faculty position as a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Oral Medicine. Dr. Goodchild is currently Associate Professor & Chairman of the Department of Diagnostic Sciences at Creighton University School of Dentistry (Omaha, NE). He is a Clinical Education Manager, focus North America at Dentsply Sirona Restorative (Milford, DE) involved in educating dentists on new materials and techniques to improve clinical practice.  He has published numerous articles and lectures internationally on the topics of treatment planning, treatment of medical complex patients, restorative dentistry, pharmacology, emergency medicine in dentistry, enteral sedation dentistry, and dental photography. He has been an invited speaker for the Academy of General Dentistry and American Association of Dental Examiners. He is a reviewer for the Journal of the American Dental Association, General Dentistry, and Quintessence International. Dr. Goodchild maintains a private general dental practice in Havertown, PA.

 

 

 

 


Dr. Scott C. Dickinson, DMD received his undergraduate degree from St. Lawrence University and his dental degree from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine.  After graduation he completed an AEGD while serving in the U.S. Army.  During this time Dr. Dickinson received training on and regularly used nitrous oxide and oxygen, oral, and intravenous sedation techniques.  During his service in the Army he performed the duties of both a flight surgeon and a general practicing dentist.  After leaving the Military he entered private practice where he served as the Vice President of Clinical Support for Aspen Dental Management.  In this role he was responsible for the training, new dentist orientation, and continuing education needs of both the company and the over 700 doctors it associates with.  He now maintains an active general dental practice in Pensacola Florida where he regularly uses sedation techniques to more comfortably treat his patients. 



Oregon Health & Science University is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.


Target Audience

This course is designed for Dentists and Dental Hygienists


Disclousure
  • Speaker has no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
  • The staff of the OHSU Dental School Office of Continuing Dental Education have no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

Location

Friday Course will be held in CLSB Building Room 3A002

 

Saturday Course will be held in CSLB Building 3A003B

 

Sunday Course will be held in CLSB Building 3A003B

2730 SW Moody Ave
Portland, OR 97201

Click here for directions


Contact Information

Contact the Continuing Dental Education Department for more information:
503-494-8857


Financials

Registration costs

 

Dentists:

  • Friday: Mastering Sedation Review- $495 (Breakfast and Lunch provided)
  • Saturday and Sunday: Mastering Nitrous Sedation- $995 (Continental Breakfast and Lunch provided)
  • Friday, Saturday & Sunday: Mastering Minimal Sedation- $1,495 (Continental Breakfast and Lunch provided)

 

Hygienists:

  • Friday: Mastering Sedation Review- $395 (Afternoon snack and Dinner provided)
  • Saturday & Sunday: Mastering Nitrous Sedation- $795 (Continental Breakfast and Lunch provided)

 


Discounts

Current OHSU Full-time Faculty and Residents Receive 50% off

Current OHSU Part-time Faculty Receives 25% off

 


Transportation & Parking

Parking

  • Schnitzer Lot: $10 a day or go online the day before and purchase a ticket for $8.

Schnitzer Lot is free on Saturday and Sunday

Buy online (discount)

 

  • Collaborative Life Sciences Garage: $22 a day

Buy onsite 24/7

Map of the OHSU South Waterfront

 

Public Transportation

Streetcar

Portland's streetcar stops at the corner of S.W. Moody and S.W. Meade, which is across the street and just south of the Collaborative Life Sciences Building. Patients and visitors may ride a TriMet bus downtown and transfer to the Portland streetcar. The closest streetcar stop to the downtown transit mall is at S.W. 5th and Market. The streetcar accommodates bikes and wheelchairs.
Streetcar schedules and fare information

MAX and Bus

The South Waterfront/SW Moody Ave. Station on the MAX Orange Line is located right outside the Collaborative Life Sciences Building. MAX Orange Line trains run every 15 minutes most of the day, and can accommodate bikes and wheelchairs.There are also a number of bus routes that serve the South Waterfront.

Tri-Met's website

Portland Aerial Tram

The aerial tram connects the south waterfront district to the OHSU Marquam Hill Campus. Patients and their families who have vouchers from their OHSU clinics are able to ride the tram at no cost.

 

 


Local Eateries

Restaurants within walking distance of the school:

  • Cha Cha Cha Taqueria
  • Elephants Delicatessen (located inside building)
  • Lovejoy Bakery
  • Starbucks (located inside building)
  • The Gantry Food Pod at Zidell Yards


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