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Continuing Dental Education Cruise to Alaska June 2013

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Alaska CE Cruise

  1. 1. Are You Ready for a Potential Medical How to Emergency? Prevent and Manage Them When It Occurs! Presented by: Sheila H. Koh, DDS 7 Day Alaska Cruise • June 22 – June 29, 2013 Aboard the Star Princess Presented by The University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston Office of Continuing Education School of Dentistry Tufts University School of Dental Medicine • LSU Continuing Dental Education University of Michigan School of Dentistry • University of Pittsburgh • UT Health Science CenterDental School • NOVA Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine • Texas Tech UniversityKornberg School of Dentistry Temple University • University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus School of Dental Medicine • The University of Iowa College of Dentistry & Dental Clinics Creighton University School of Dentistry • University of Nebraska Medical Center
  2. 2. General Information: Location: Aboard the Star Princess Date: Saturday June 22 –Saturday June 29, 2013 This is one cruise Credit Hours: 6 Lecture seminar that is AGD Code: 750 Special Patient Care Course Code: 2013175 guaranteed to fill Registration: $325.00 Dentist $225.00 Office Staff up fast, so don’t procrastinate, make your Cruise Booking* Jodi Murphy reservations early! 800-856-8826 www.cruiseandtravelpartners.com * eating at this seminar is limited. Due to special pricing S considerations and amenities, only those guests who book through Cruise and Travel Partners will be eligible to attend the seminar. Course Registration (713) 486-4028 or (800) 551-8828 http://dentistry.uth.edu/ce so don’t procrastinate, Course Description: America’s population is aging. As we welcome the “Z” generation Course Objectives into adulthood, we recognize that peoplethe participant longer. Papas, Niessen, and Chauncey describe Upon completion of the course, are living will be able to: Appropriately assess a patient’s medical history through a targeted this aging popu-lation in Geriatric Dentistry: Aging and Oral Heath as, “young old” (ages 65- questionnaire. 74), “old” (ages 75-84) and “old-old” (ages 85 and above). These older dental patients are highly Write a proper medical consult. educated, have higher expectations for the care casetheir oral health and dentition, and are more Apply critical thinking skills through of presentations and group discussions in the management of potential medical emergencies. able to afford dentalPractice Unfortunately, these medical equipment. multiple chronic systemic diseases care. using emergency drugs and patients possess for which they take multiple medications.emergency scenarios with their dental Confidently practice medical Therefore, the modern dentist must possess both basic medical knowledge to be able to understand potential medical and dental interactions, as well as a About the Presenter core competency in diagnosingSheila H. Koh, DDS is medical emergencies. of Texas School of and managing a 1990 graduate of The University Dentistry at Houston and completed a 1-year General Practice Residency in the school’s program based at Memorial Hermann Hospital. Dr. Koh is currently a This course is recommended for clinicians Department of to expand theirand Biomaterials and treating Registration Professor in the who want Restorative Dentistry knowledge in28 or (800)medically compromised patients with ease. This Clinic at the UT School of Dentistry. She and hands-on 551-8828 Director of Special Patient course will provide didacticntistry.uth.edu/ce maintained a private practice and taught part-time from 1990 to 1993, and experiences for the whole dental teamfull-time faculty while maintaining potential medical emergencies. became a to prevent and mange a part-time private practice fromerations and amenities, only 1993-1995. She helped initiate the school’s AEGD program and served as itseligible to attend the seminar. Director from 1999-2003. She is member of Academy of General Dentistry, June 22 – 29, 2013 7 Day Alaska Cruise Itinerary American Dental Education Association, and is a master of Academy of General Dentistry, fellow of International College of Dentists, and Delta Sigma Delta.tion into adulthood, we rec- Dayey describe this aging popu- Port Cancellation Policy: Arrive Departld” (ages 65-74), “old” (ages Full tuition must accompany the registration form; we accept checks, Visa, MasterCard and Discover. Sat, June 22 atients are highly educated, Seattle, Washington course. Registrants who cancel 10-20 days prior to a course may 4:00PM Tuition is completely refundable if a course is canceled by the Office of Continuing Education or if the registrant cancels more than 21 working days prior to the tition, and are more able to apply the entire fee to another course or receive a 50 percent refund. No refund will be given for cancellations Sun, June 23 made less thanAt working days prior to a course, but tuition can be applied towards a future course. A $75 e chronic systemic diseases five Sean dentist must possess both administrative fee will be charged for participants who cancel 10 working days prior to the course or who fail to ical and dental interactions, 24 Mon, June inform us theyJuneau, Alaska after the program. No shows for a program will 12PM full tuition. are unable to attend until forfeit the 10PM Written confirmation of cancellation must be mailed, faxed or emailed to receive appropriate refund and/or credit. emergencies. The Office of Continuing Education cannot be held responsible for a non-refundable airline ticket in the event of Tues, June25 course cancellation or the rescheduling of a course.d their knowledge in treating Skagway, Alaska 6AM 8:15PM vide didactic and hands-on This continuing education activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards ntial medicalWed, June 26 of the ADA Continuing Education RecognitionPark, AlaskaCERP) through joint efforts between emergencies. Glacier Bay National Program (ADA (Scenic 6AM 3PM The UniversityCruising) of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston—Office of Continuing Education, The University of Texas School of Dentistry Alumni Association, Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry, LSUHSC School of Dentistry, University of Michigan School of Dentistry, NSU College of Thurs, JuneCruise Prices Starting at: 27Dental Medicine, The Dental School at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio, Tufts University Ketchikan, Alaska 7AM 12:30PM Inside……….$1,399 School of Dental Medicine, University of Iowa College of Dentistry, University Of Nebraska College of Fri, June 28 Dentisty, Creighton University School ofColumbia Victoria, British Dentistry, University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, 7PM 11:59PM Ocean………$2,099 University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine. Balcony…….$2,299 29 Sat, June Seattle, Washington 7AM Mini-Suite…$2,539 Cruise Prices Starting at:Rates are per person based Inside……….$1,399 Balcony…….$2,299on double occupancy and Ocean………$2,099 Mini-Suite…$2,539 The formal continuing education programs of this sponsor are accepted by AGD for Fellowship/ ubject to availability.per person based on double occupancy and subject to availability. Port charges, taxes, gratuities included. Rates are Port Mastership credit. The current term of acceptance extends from 11/01/2011 to 12/31/2015. The harges, taxes, gratuities University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston is a member of the Association for Continuingncluded. Dental Education. Cruise and Travel Partners, LLC is a Florida Seller of Travel Registration No. ST 3578 Cruise and Travel Partners, LLC is a Florida Seller of Travel Registration No. ST 3578 Cruise and TravelTravel Partners, LLCa California Seller of Travel Registration No. 2107023-40 Cruise and Partners, LLC is is a California Seller of Travel Registration No. 2107023-40
  3. 3. Course Objectives: About the Presenter: Upon completion of the course, the Sheila H. Koh, DDS is a 1990 participant will be able to: graduate of The University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston and • Appropriately assess a patient’s completed a 1-year General Practice medical history through a tar- Residency in the school’s program geted questionnaire. based at Memorial Hermann • Write a proper medical consult. Hospital. Dr. Koh is currently a • Apply critical thinking skills Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry through case presentations and Biomaterials and Director of Special Patient Clinic and group discussions in the at the UT School of Dentistry. She maintained a private management of potential medical practice and taught part-time from 1990 to 1993, and emergencies. became a full-time faculty while maintaining a part-time private practice from 1993-1995. She helped initiate the • Practice using emergency drugs school’s AEGD program and served as its Director from and medical equipment. 1999-2003. • Confidently practice medical She is member of Academy of General Dentistry,so don’t procrastinate, emergency scenarios with their Course Objectives American Dental Education Association, and is a master Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to: dental of Academy of General Dentistry, fellow of International Appropriately assess a patient’s medical history through a targeted questionnaire. College of Dentists, and Delta Sigma Delta. Write a proper medical consult. Apply critical thinking skills through case presentations and group Cancellation Policy: Full tuition mustofaccompany the emergencies. form; we accept checks, Visa, discussions in the management potential medical registration MasterCard and Discover. Tuition is completelyand medical equipment. is canceled by the Office of Continuing Practice using emergency drugs refundable if a course Confidently practice medical emergency scenarios with their dental Education or if the registrant cancels more than 21 working days prior to the course. Registrants who cancel 10-20 days prior toAbout the Presenter fee to another course or receive a 50 percent refund. No a course may apply the entire Sheila H. Koh, DDS is a 1990 graduate of The University of Texas School of refund will be given for cancellations madeHouston and completed a 1-year General PracticeaResidency in the tuition can be Dentistry at less than five working days prior to course, but school’s program based at Memorial Hermann Hospital. Dr. Koh is currently a Registration towards a future course. A $75 administrative feeofwill be charged for participants and cancel 10 work- applied Professor in the Department Restorative Dentistry and Biomaterials who28 or (800) ing days prior to the course or who fail to Special Patientthey are unable to attend until after the program. “No 551-8828 Director of inform us Clinic at the UT School of Dentistry. She tistry.uth.edu/ce maintained a private practice and taught part-time from 1990 to 1993, and shows” for a program will forfeit the fulla tuition.faculty whileconfirmation of cancellation must be mailed, faxed became full-time Written maintaining a part-time private practice fromrations and amenities, only 1993-1995. She helped initiate the school’s AEGD program and served as its ligible to attend the seminar. receive appropriate refund from 1999-2003. She is member of Academy of General Dentistry, cannot be held re- or emailed to Director and/or credit. The Office of Continuing Education sponsible for a non-refundable airline ticket in Education Association, andcancellation or theofrescheduling of a course. American Dental the event of course is a master of Academy General Dentistry, fellow of International College of Dentists, and Delta Sigma Delta. on into adulthood, we rec- y describe this aging popu- Cancellation Policy:d” (ages 65-74), “old” (ages Full tuition must accompany the registration form; we accept checks, Visa, MasterCard and Discover. This continuing education refundable if a course is canceled by the Office of Continuing Education orinthe registrantatients are highly educated, Tuition is completely activity has been planned and implemented if accordance with the cancels more than 21 working days prior to the course. Registrants who cancel 10-20 days prior to a course may ition, and are more able to of the ADA Continuing Education percent refund. No refund will be given(ADA CERP) through standards apply the entire fee to another course or receive a 50 Recognition Program for cancellationse chronic systemic diseases made less than five working days prior to a course, but tuition can be applied towards a future course. A $75 joint efforts between The be charged for participants who cancel 10 working days prior to the course or who fail ton dentist must possess both administrative fee will University of Texas School of Dentistry at Houston—Office of cal and dental Continuing Education, The to attend until after of program. No shows for of Dentistry the full tuition. Association, inform us they are unable University the Texas School a program will forfeit and/or credit. Written confirmation of cancellation must be mailed, faxed or emailed to receive appropriate refund Alumni interactions, emergencies. Temple Universitycancellation or the School ofaDentistry, LSUHSC School of Dentistry, University of their knowledge in treating The Office of Continuing Education cannot be held responsible for a non-refundable airline ticket in the event of course Kornberg rescheduling of course.vide didactic and hands-on School of Dentistry, activity has been plannedDental Medicine, The with the standards Michigan This continuing education NSU College of and implemented in accordance Dental School at the UTntial medical emergencies. of the ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) through joint efforts between Health Science Center SanTexas School Tufts University School of Continuing Medicine, University of The University of Antonio, of Dentistry at Houston—Office of Dental Education, The Iowa CollegeUniversity of Texas School of Dentistry Alumni Association, Temple of Dentisty, Creighton University of Dentistry, University Of Nebraska College University Kornberg School of Dentistry, LSUHSC School of Dentistry, University of Michigan School of Dentistry, NSU College ofruise Prices Starting at: Dentistry, University SchoolPittsburgh SchoolCenter Dental Medicine, University of School of Dental Medicine, The Dental of at the UT Health Science of San Antonio, Tufts UniversityInside……….$1,399 Colorado School ofDental Medicine, Universityof Dentistry, University of Pittsburgh School Nebraska College of School of Dental Medicine. of Iowa College of Dentistry, University Of of Dental Medicine, Dentisty, Creighton University School Ocean………$2,099 University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine. Balcony…….$2,299 Mini-Suite…$2,539 ates are per person basedn double occupancy and The formal continuing education programs of this sponsor are accepted by AGD for Fellowship/ubject to availability. Port The formal continuing educationterm of at Houstonof a thisfromof11/01/2011are 12/31/2015. Theby AGD forharges, taxes, gratuities Mastership credit. The current University of Texas School of Dentistry acceptance extends sponsor to for Continuing programs is member the Association accepted cluded. Fellowship/Mastership credit. The current term of acceptance extends from 11/01/2011 to Dental Education. 12/31/2015. The University ofPartners, LLC is a Florida Seller of Travel Registration No. ST is a member of the Cruise and Travel Texas School of Dentistry at Houston 3578 Cruise and Travel Partners, LLC is a California Seller of Travel Registration No. 2107023-40 Association for Continuing Dental Education.
  4. 4. NONPROFIT ORG. U. S. POSTAGESchool of Dentistry PAIDOffice of Continuing Dental Education HOUSTON, TX7500 Cambridge St., Suite 6130 PERMIT NO. 209Houston, Texas 77030

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