The Dental Board of California is exploring alternative ways for registered dental assistants in extended functions program to obtain licensure due to delayed examinations at multiple locations for reasons related to COVID-19.
Ideally, the answer to this question is never. However, the reality is that business needs may warrant that difficult decision.
The Americans with Disabilities Act and state disability rights laws require dental practices to make their services and facilities accessible to disabled individuals.
State dental director Dr. Jayanth Kumar joined Drs. Natasha Lee and David Rothman to answer pressing questions from CDA members.
Employers in California have a new option for providing legally required anti-sexual harassment training to their employees by the Jan. 1, 2021, deadline. The free online training, launched May 20 by the Department of Fair Employment and Housing, satisfies the requirement under California law.
Understand workplace protections and rules that can help employers navigate the impact of COVID-19 in the workplace and accommodate employees at high risk.
Get to know CDA’s May Student Spotlight, Michael Nedjat-Haiem from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Dentistry class of 2020.
In the latest positive development for California dental students graduating in the COVID-19 era, the Dental Board of California today voted unanimously to request a formal review of the legal defensibility of the new WREB and ADEX manikin-based examinations.