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COVID-19 Resources

Resources for preventing virus transmission in the dental office, communicating with patients and employees on office protocols and managing pandemic-related billing and finances.

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Practice Support News

CDA state budget advocacy creates opportunities for dental staff training programs

Final negotiations are underway for California’s 2022-23 state budget that includes a $97.5 billion surplus and a one-time investment of $1.7 billion for workforce training and development, including the dental workforce. CDA has advocated for targeted investments to improve dental pipeline opportunities and expand apprenticeship programs.

CDA offers a simplified approach to bloodborne pathogen safety compliance

CDA members benefit from a new online training program designed to help California dental practices achieve full compliance with Cal/OSHA’s requirements for bloodborne pathogen safety training and exposure control.

Graduate of dental assistant training program a 'wonderful asset' to San Francisco dentist's mature practice

Dental assistant training programs are successfully placing graduates in California dental practices. One recent graduate, Liz Martinez, changed her career as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and is now employed by a dental practice in San Francisco.