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Keep your dental practice in compliance and your staff training up to date with CDA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard Training Program. Cal/ OSHA requires annual bloodborne pathogens training for all workers who may be subject to “occupational exposure” to blood, including dental professionals.
Opioid use disorder is a serious problem. Learn how you can be part of the solution. CDA has partnered with Western University of Health Sciences to provide online training in pain management and preventing opioid overuse.
CDA’s newest online course is designed to provide the training and information necessary to implement a vaccine administration program in your dental practice.
This course was created in partnership with the California Dental Association and the University of Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry as part of a vaccine confidence initiative funded by the California Department of Public Health Office of Oral Health. (This resource was funded by CDPH/OOH Contract #20-10886)
Watch the Fostering Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging series on-demand through CDA Presents Online Learning and earn up to 3.5 units of self-study CE. Log in or set up your Online Learning account to get started.
Earn up to 4.5 units of self-study when you watch Hire, Train and Retain Your Practice Team on demand. Log in or set up your CDA Presents Online Learning account to get started.
Whether you are the practice owner, associate or practice manager, learning to overcome conflict is crucial to your role as a leader of the dental team. This interactive session will review common scenarios when conflict arises within a dental practice and provide tools and techniques which support a culture of trust and open communication. Best practices to address difficult conversations will assist with retaining dental team members.
Core CE: 1
Description: Patient complaints are prompting federal agency investigations of dental practices for potential violations of HIPAA. Investigations confirmed complaints and showed that dental practices lacked required elements of HIPAA compliance. This course reviews the investigations and clarifies what dental practices must do to ensure compliance.
Description: Listen to an engaging first-hand story from a fellow dentist who has had struggles with stress, anxiety and burnout and who made it through those tough times. Join us as Dr. Brian Toorani tells his personal story recounting some dark days in his past. Hear the insightful tips Dr. Toorani offers about how you can monitor your own mental health and even help your staff and family members. Dr. Toorani offers an honest, sensible approach to caring for our mental health and wellness.
Understand that all busy humans are susceptible to mental health issues and that they can be overcome.
Learn some basic tips for monitoring your own mental health and for keeping stress, anxiety and burnout at bay.
Hear some helpful tools to maintain your own mental health during the ups and downs of your own busy life
Join us for an employment law update where Ali and Michelle will review key regulations, laws and court decisions that affect dentists in 2024 and beyond. Equip your dental practice with the essential knowledge and strategies for compliance.
Gain fresh insights and learn new approaches that you can take right back to practice.
This course was designed through a partnership between the Western University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine and WesternU Online, our Online Education Division.
Provide on-the-job training in core DA competencies — even for staff without prior dental experience. Interactive on-demand learning, based on Smile Crew curriculum, is offered to members at cost.
This course will review infection control principles pertaining to sterilization, disinfection of patient care items and dental unit waterline treatment in accordance with the CDC Guidelines for optimal infection control and patient safety.
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Our online learning platform supports nearly all major browsers on laptops and desktops. However, the platform will not work with mobile phones or tablets less than 8″ in size.
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Some web browsers prevent the launch of a new browser tab. If you click on “Join the Webinar” and nothing happens, it is likely that you are being blocked by your web browser.
Unlike other web browsers, Apple iPads and MacBooks block pop ups by default. That means that when using such a device, you will likely need to adjust your app settings to allow webinars to launch.
Below are links to pop up control documentation from the major web browsers. Allowing pop up for only CDA Presents 360 will be sufficient to launch the webinar. If you want to maintain control over pop ups, you can choose the “prompt” option. That way it will ask you before loading the webinar in a separate window or tab.
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The webinar recording and C.E. certificate will be available to you within 48 hours of the webinar.
You can access your recorded webinars from the user menu, under the “content library” menu option.
The user menu can be found in the top left corner of your browser, next to the CDA Presents 360 logo.
While logged into your Online Learning account, you can access your certificate from the “my courses and learning plans” section under the user menu.
You can open the user menu from the top left corner of your browser, next to the “CDA Presents 360” logo.
The California Dental Board will not recognize more than eight (8) C.E. credits per day.
To be eligible for a refund, the request must be made before the course’s expiration date and the course must not have been started. To request a refund, submit an issue through our Support Form. Be sure to select ”Purchase or Refund” when prompted to select the type of issue.
Get in touch with our support team by submitting a request.
CDA 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.
CDA designates each activity for a specified number of C.E. units. These courses meet the Dental Board of California requirements for continuing education units.