Overview

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This Course is a Live Webinar and will be live-streamed:

7:00 pm ET, 6:00 pm CT, 5:00 pm MT, 4:00 pm AZ, 4:00 pm PT

Course description:
This course intends to provide clear information and guidance for clinicians, as they navigate the unique ethical decision-making challenges of private practice. This course also reviews the Standards of Clinical Dental Hygiene Practice and relates them to ethical decision-making in dental hygiene.
Objectives:

During this course, attendees will:

1. Discuss the role of the dental hygienist in delivering quality health care;

2. Define ethical care competencies continuum in relation to dental hygiene;

3. Evaluate the Standards of Clinical Dental Hygiene Practice and how they relate to ethics;

4. Investigate how ethics, morals, and values relate to providing patient care.


Biography:
Wife, mother, farmer, college administrator, educator, inventor, public health advocate, businesswoman, researcher, writer, speaker–yet always a dental hygienist - Dr. Emily Boge has worn many hats over the course of her 22 years in the dental industry. She takes pride in utilizing her inquisitive mind and honest attitude to lead faculty at her college, influence manufacturers to listen to dental professionals in product innovation, and transform students into entry-level professionals, promoting the use of inner accountability, tenacity, and empowerment.

References:

American Dental Association (ADA). (2018). Principles of ethics and code of professional conduct. Retrieved from https://www.ada.org/~/media/ADA/Member%20Center/Ethics/Code_Of_Ethics_Book_With_Advisory_Opinions_Revised_to_November_2018.pdf?la=en

American Dental Hygienists' Association (ADHA). (2019). Bylaws & code of ethics. Retrieved from https://www.adha.org/resources-

docs/7611_Bylaws_and_Code_of_Ethics.pdf

American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA). (2016). Standards for clinical dental hygiene practice. Retrieved from www.adha.org/resources-docs/2016-Revised-

Standards-for-Clinical-Dental-Hygiene-Practice.pdf  

Beemsterboer, P.L. (2017). Ethics and law in dental hygiene. Elsevier.

Boyd, L.D., Mallonee, L.F., & Wyche, C.J. (2020). Wilkins' Clinical Practice of the Dental Hygienist. Jones and Bartlett Learning

Burkhardt, M.A. & Nathaniel, A.K. (2008). Ethics & issues in contemporary nursing (3rd Ed.). Thomson Delmar Learning.

Carr, M. (2017). Ethical decision making in dental hygiene. Dimensions of Dental Hygiene.

Cipriani, B. (2014). Dealing with unethical behavior in the workplace. SF Gate. Retrieved from https://blog.sfgate.com/gettowork/2014/08/27/dealing-with-unethical-behavior-in-the-workplace/

International Federation of Dental Hygienists (IFDH). (2003). Code of ethics. Retrieved from http

://www.ifdh.org/dt/ifdh_Code_of_Ethics.pdf

Kurowski, M.A. (2018). Should I be calling in sick? JADA. 149(7), 658-659.

Moss, J.D. (2015). Ethical concerns of working while ill. JADA. 146(9), 711-712.

State of Nebraska Judicial Branch. (2021). Article 5:  Nebraska rules of professional conduct. Retrieved from: https://supremecourt.nebraska.gov/supreme-court-rules/chapter-3-attorneys-and-practice-law/article-5-nebraska-rules-professional

United States Office of Government Ethics (OGE). (2020). Laws and regulations. Retrieved from https://www.oge.gov/

Westbrook, R. (2003). History of ancient near eastern law, volume 1. Leiden, NL: BRILL



Course Contact: mpn7x9@gmail.com

Course Categories: Dental Practice Act

Provider Approval: Associated, affiliated, sponsored, approved, accredited, or offered by the (ADHA) American Dental Hygienists' Association,Dental hygiene society meetings

Educational Type: Live

Educational Method: Lecture

Prerequisites : None


Sponsor(s): None

Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None

All CE Zoom related support: support.cezoom.com

Date / Time

Tue, Sep 20, 2022: 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM CT

Location

Online

Tuition

$10-$20