Dental: Coronavirus (COVID-19) 101 For Dental Professionals

9.95
Online
Elective
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About the Course 
Coronavirus, caused by COVID-19, is a rapidly developing disease. As this disease continues to expand and engulf communities across the United States, it is critical that healthcare professionals become informed of the national standards of care provided by the Centers for Disease Control and other authorative agencies. The purpose of this course is to provide the latest standardized information that is known about the identification, care, and prevention of the disease. 

Course Objectives 
1. List the three coronaviruses that have surfaced around the world in the past decade.
2.  List three major symptoms that are associated with COVID-19.3. Discuss the current testing techniques for COVID-19. 
4. List the personal protective equipment that should be used when caring for a patient suspected to have or who has been diagnosed with COVID-19. 
5. Discuss what an individual should do if he or she believes they may have been exposed to COVID-19. 
6. List at least four things you can do to decrease the risk of getting COVID-19. 
7. Discuss what should and should not be done when caring for a COVID-19 positive individual at home. 

About the Author 
June Thompson, DrPH, MSN, RN, FAENDr. Thompson has a long history of working in emergency care and in the community. She holds a doctoral degree in public health with an emphasis in epidemiology and health services administration. Dr. Thompson has held academic positions at the Ohio State University, the University of Texas and the University of New Mexico. She is currently the Lead Nurse Planner for Elite.

AGD code - 148
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) 101 For Dental Professionals

9.95
About the Course 
Coronavirus, caused by COVID-19, is a rapidly developing disease. As this disease continues to expand and engulf communities across the United States, it is critical that healthcare professionals become informed of the national standards of care provided by the Centers for Disease Control and other authorative agencies. The purpose of this course is to provide the latest standardized information that is known about the identification, care, and prevention of the disease. 

Course Objectives 
1. List the three coronaviruses that have surfaced around the world in the past decade.
2.  List three major symptoms that are associated with COVID-19.3. Discuss the current testing techniques for COVID-19. 
4. List the personal protective equipment that should be used when caring for a patient suspected to have or who has been diagnosed with COVID-19. 
5. Discuss what an individual should do if he or she believes they may have been exposed to COVID-19. 
6. List at least four things you can do to decrease the risk of getting COVID-19. 
7. Discuss what should and should not be done when caring for a COVID-19 positive individual at home. 

About the Author 
June Thompson, DrPH, MSN, RN, FAENDr. Thompson has a long history of working in emergency care and in the community. She holds a doctoral degree in public health with an emphasis in epidemiology and health services administration. Dr. Thompson has held academic positions at the Ohio State University, the University of Texas and the University of New Mexico. She is currently the Lead Nurse Planner for Elite.

AGD code - 148