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 

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