Dental Hygiene Diagnosis and Record Keeping as Applied in Clinical Practice

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Dental Hygiene Diagnosis and Record Keeping as Applied in Clinical Practice
Date: Thu, Feb 13, 2014
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Place: Ottawa Conference and Event Centre (formerly the Hampton Conference Centre)
100 Coventry Road Ottawa, Ontario
Presenter: Terri Strawn

Registration/Dinner: 5:30pm

This course is designed to familiarize the dental hygienist with the dental hygiene diagnosis and recordkeeping documentation of the chart entry with the entrance to integrate its usage into clinical practice. It provides the basis on which dental hygiene treatment is designed, implemented and evaluated and therefore is an integral part of comprehensive client care.

Learning Objectives:
• Explanation of the important aspect of the dental hygiene diagnosis.
• Description of the format of a dental hygiene diagnosis statement.
• Recordkeeping in clinical format and the Incorporation of dental hygiene diagnostic statements.

Terri Strawn, RRDH, BDScDH, graduated from Algonquin College with honours in 2003. She completed a post graduate diploma, with honours, in Restorative Dental Hygiene from Algonquin College in 2004, Local Anesthesia Certification from the University of Alberta in 2006, and her Bachelor of Dental Science in Dental Hygiene from the University of British Columber in 2009.

Terri has been a dental hygiene educator since 2006. Currently she serves as a dental hygiene professor at Algonquin, Georgian and Durham Colleges and is in private practice in Whitby, On 4 days per week. She specializes in clinical dental hygiene special needs client care, local anesthesia, restorative dental hygiene (dental materials) and community health care.

She is a self professed dental hygiene addict and spends her free time with her husband and three year old son as well as completing her Masters of Education in Post-Secondary Studies.

Registration available for non-member Hygienists
Fee: $75+HST





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