EMERGENCY READINESS FOR THE DENTAL OFFICE

To improve your ability to plan for, manage and handle medical emergencies in the dental office. The course will include the importance of a thorough medical history, patient assessment, vitals and what emergency equipment should be in your dental office.  In addition, interactive medical emergency scenarios and how to handle them 

Presenters:
 
Paulette Kehm, Northeast State Dental Assisting Program Director/Instructor. CDA, EFDA, M.P.A
 

Chris Hitchew, Northeast State Associate Professor, Biology/Health
Licensed Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic
, MS 

Bill Anders, Northeast State Adjunct Faculty –EMT/Paramedic; Kingsport Fire  

  Seminar outcomes: 
   -improve one’s ability to plan for, manage and handle dental office emergencies.
  
-improve one’s understanding of the importance of a thorough health history.
  
-improve one’s understanding of what an emergency kit should contain>
  
-improve one’s knowledge of patient assessment in an emergency.
  
-know general steps one should take when a medical emergency arises in the dental, office.

                Class Date:  Friday, May 3, 2013
                Class Time:  Registration/Breakfast:  7:45-8:15 AM
                                         Presentation:  8:15-12:00 PM
                Location:  Northeast State Community College
                Fee:  $95.00 single
                           $75.00 each for a group of 4 or more
                Registration deadline:  April 19, 2013 

If you have any questions, please contact Diana Harrison at (423) 354-5520 or dlharrison@northeaststate.edu

Course Registration Form