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									   Annual OSHA updates do not fulfill the requirements of this state law.




                             Required
            The Epidemiology
    of Infection Control in Dentistry:
Principles and Particulars of Protection
                                ( SPICE )
        Featuring Dr. Ralph Leonard, Ms. Ethel Campbell,
                      and Dr. Valerie Murrah


            Friday, September 23, 2011
            Sponsored by the University of North Carolina
        Department of Diagnostic Sciences & General Dentistry



                                            Location: The William and Ida Friday
                                            Center for Continuing Education
Program
The NC Administrative Code specifies that each health care organization
in the State, including dentistry, shall designate a staff member to
direct infection control activities. The designated staff member in each
dental office shall complete a course in infection control addressing
7 specific areas. This course satisfies the required Infection Control
training as mandated by the Statewide Program for Infection Control and
Epidemiology (SPICE).




Who should attend?
New staff members, dentists, dental assistants, hygienists and the untrained designated staff
member who has been identified as the person who will oversee the infection control activities in
your office. Any time the person placed in charge of Infection Control for your office changes, the
new person should attend the NC required infection control course for dental care offices training
program.
Topics to be included
1. Epidemiologic principles of infectious disease;
2. Principles and practice of asepsis;
3. Sterilization, disinfection and sanitation;
4. Universal blood and body fluid precautions;
5. Engineering controls to reduce the risk of sharp injuries;
6. Disposal of sharps; and
7. Techniques that reduce the risk of sharp injuries to health care workers
8. Additional state laws regarding HIV and Hepatitis B




                           Y    our annual OSHA-training course will not meet the state


   note
  please
                                requirement for SPICE infection control training. The NC
                           statute is very clear that at least 1 person in every dental office
                           must complete the state-approved course addressing the topics
                           listed above.
                                                            about the s
           historical

background                                                                     about the




North Carolina Administrative                               Dr. Ralph Leonard
Code 19A.0206 and .0207                                     Clinical Professor in the
                                                            Dept of Diagnostic Sciences
were approved by the North                                  and General Dentistry at the
Carolina Commission for          Time and                   UNC School of Dentistry.
Health Services on August        Location                   His primary responsibilities
                                                            are clinical teaching in
5, 1992 and were originally      The program will           the Comprehensive Care
effective October 1, 1992.       be held at the             Program and patient care in
                                 William and Ida            the Dental Faculty Practice.
Implementation of these rules
                                 Friday Center              He is also the Director of
required time for establishing   for Continuing             the Dental Faculty Practice.
the specific requirements and    Education.                 Dr. Leonard graduated from
                                 Registration will          the UNC School of Dentistry
mechanics, which resulted in
                                 begin at 8:30am.           in 1985 and is a member
a delay in the effective date.   The program will be        of Omicron Kappa Upsilon
By September 1, 1994, an         held from 9:00am –         Dental Society. He was
                                 4:30pm. The Friday         in private practice before
individual in each health care   Center is located          joining the UNC dental
organization in which invasive   on Friday Center           faculty full-time in 1989. Dr.
                                 Drive just off             Leonard is a member of the
procedures are performed was
                                 Highway 54 on the          UNC School of Dentistry’s
required to have completed       east side of Chapel        Infection Control Committee.
an approved infection control    Hill. A continental        His research interests
                                 breakfast and              include patient care delivery
course. The Communicable
                                 buffet lunch will be       systems and nightguard vital
Diseases Section of the          provided with your         bleaching.
North Carolina Department of     paid registration.

Health administered this law
for several years and then
transferred administration to
the North Carolina Statewide
                                      SPICE
                                      is a requied course.           The University of North C
                                   Annual OSHA updates do            School of Dentistry is an
Program for Infection Control      not fulfill the requirements      SPICE Course Provider.
and Epidemiology (SPICE).               of this state law.
speakers
      Dr. Valerie Murrah                                                                                                     Ms. Ethel Campbell
      obtained her dental degree from                   of Oral, Head and Neck                                               graduated from the
      Southern Illinois University at                   Pathology. She is currently                                          dental hygiene program
      Edwardsville, her advanced training               Professor and Chair of the                                           at the University of North
      in oral and maxillofacial pathology               Department of Diagnostic                                             Carolina in 1972. After
      at the University of Minnesota and                Sciences and General                                                 working in private practice
      her anatomic pathology training at                Dentistry at the University                                          for several years, she
      Hennepin County Medical Center                    of North Carolina, Chapel                                            returned to UNC and
      in Minneapolis. She served on                     Hill, with joint appointments                                        received BS and Masters
      the faculty at the University of                  in Pathology and                                                     degrees in Dental Auxiliary
      Minnesota School of Dentistry                     Otolaryngology. She has                                              Teacher Education. Ms.
      from 1983-1987 where she was                      received teaching awards                                             Campbell is a clinical
      Director of the Oral Diagnosis and                from multiple universities.                                          associate professor, and
      Emergency Clinics and the school’s                Her research focuses on                                              is currently serving as
      first Infection Control Committee                 tobacco and viral co-factors                                         the program director for
      Chair. In 1988, Dr. Murrah joined                 in oral carcinogenesis and                                           the UNC Dental Assisting
      the Department of Pathology at                    aspects of gene therapy for                                          Program.
      the University of Texas Health                    oral cancer.
      Science Center at San Antonio. In
      1994, she moved to Atlanta and
      joined the Pathology Department
      at Emory University School of
      Medicine where she served as
      research director for the Division




                                    The formal continuing education programs of this program provider
                                    are accepted by AGD for Fellowship/Mastership credit. The current
                                    term of acceptance extends from 5/1/2008 through 6/30/2012.


                                    UNC School of Dentistry is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.
Carolina at Chapel Hill
n authorized                        This continuing education program is presented by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Dentistry’s Department of
                                    Diagnostic Sciences & General Dentistry, and the UNC Continuing Dental Education program. The UNC Continuing Dental Education
                                    program is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals
                                    in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors,
                                    nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the
                                    provider or to ADA CERP at www.ada.org/goto/cerp.
Registration Fee and Credit                                               • Register by fax: Fax the completed form with
The registration fee is $290 for dentists and $190                          your credit card information to: 919-966-8954
for team members. The program will award 6 hours                          • Register on-line: Direct your web-browser to
of CDE credit.                                                              www.dentistry.unc.edu/cde/courses
                                                                          • Register by Phone: Call 919-966-2729.
Registration Made Easy
Be sure to fill out all applicable information on the                     Questions? Call: 919-966-2729 or E-mail us at
registration form. Please make additional copies for                      CDE@dentistry.unc.edu
each individual registration.
                                                                          Refund Policy
Upon completion, you may either:                                          Since considerable advance planning is necessary
• Register by mail: Send the completed registration                       for this continuing education program, a tuition
  form and check or money order made payable to                           refund, less a $30 fee, will be issued for cancellation
  the UNC School of Dentistry to:                                         up to 7 days prior to the start date of the course. The
     Attention: Registration                                              cancellation fee is necessary to cover materials and
     UNC Continuing Dental Education                                      facilities costs incurred for each participant, which
     Campus Box # 7452                                                    are non–refundable to us. No refunds can be issued
     Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7452                                           after that date.


                           The Epidemiology of Infection Control in Dentistry:
                            Principles and Particulars of Protection (SPICE)
                                                     Friday, September 23, 2011                               Course Code (12-DS-003)
                                       **Please make additional copies for each person registering

     Dentist $290                 Team Member $190                  RDH         DA         LT       Other     ______________________


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                 Required
            The Epidemiology
    of Infection Control in Dentistry:
Principles and Particulars of Protection
                  ( SPICE )

        Friday, September 23, 2011

								
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