Fluoride Action Network

Newburgh: Community water fluoridation training for dental hygienists

Source: EventBrite.com | July 14th, 2014
Location: United States, New York

Join Matt Jacob from the Children’s Dental Health Project in Washington, DC and Meg Atwood, RDH, MPS, of the Department of Dental Hygiene at Orange County Community College for an interactive, morning long fluoridation training.

The training will be held Friday, August 8, 2014 from 8:30 to 1:00 in Kaplan Hall 201 at Orange County Community College in Newburgh, NY. Participants will be informed of, as well as updated on, the newest scientific evidence related to community water fluoridation. Additionally, they will be provided with brief, practical ways to educate their patients on the topic. The training will be worth 5 CE credits.

Participants will come away with the ability and confidence to clearly communicate with patients about the importance of community water fluoridation, utilizing the most recent and straightforward scientific facts out there.

The training is open to registered dental hygienists only. Click here to register.

Sponsored by:
New York State Dental Foundation
20 Corporate Woods Blvd., Suite 602
Albany, NY 12211

Made possible through a grant from the NYS Department of Health, the Health Research Institute, and the Health Resources and Services Administration.

Please contact Mercedes Susi with any questions: MSusi@nysdental.org

Have questions about Chair-Side Guide- Community Water Fluoridation Training (Newburgh)? Contact New York State Dental Foundation