2023-2024 Dental CE Italy Trips
2023-2024 Dental Continuing Education Trips to Italy including of 12hrs Dental CE Credit
We're offering 4 unique trips to Italy for 2023 and 2024. There are 10-night trips and 8-night trips depending on the dates. Each trip includes boutique accommodations, group excursions, a private guide who speaks Italian and English, transportation within Italy, all breakfasts and half of the dinners. 12hrs of Dental CE will be offered for dentists, orthodontists, and dental hygienists or dental assistants.
Dental CE Trips 2024 🎉
Dental CE Trip Testimonials
Sienella T. DDS
"I can’t say enough great things about the experience we had on the GoItalianissimo trip we took to Italy. The trip was top notch. Once in a lifetime. Lacy was SO kind and professional and accommodating to everyone. She was extremely organized and our transportation within Italy felt like white glove treatment. She was such an advocate for our group wherever we went and ensured we were treated extremely well and having someone who speaks the language and is so familiar with the area in which you’re traveling is priceless."
Continuing Education Course Overview
Dusting Off the Medical Emergency Kit
Steven J Filler, DDS, MS, MA
Dental teams recognize the importance of proper office & staff preparation for the occasional medical emergency. This topic need not be complex or intimidating for dental professionals to learn to provide an excellent response and supportive care. An informative and low stress presentation filled with stories and humor to illustrate the points. Refresh yourself and your approach to office medical emergencies by joining us for an updated look into this vital subject.
Infectious Diseases Still Plague Us!
This seminar will focus on Hepatitis and Tuberculosis, infectious diseases important to today’s health care providers. The information is an easy to understand review, focusing on significant and interesting features and history of the diseases, told in an entertaining fashion. Protect yourself, your office and your family from harm as you satisfy many state continuing education requirements in this area.
Continuing Education Credit Hours: 12
By the end of the week, presentation participants should be able to:
1. Describe basic techniques for preventing medical emergencies
2. Discuss appropriate roles for staff members during a medical emergency
3. Discuss general procedures required for common medical emergencies
4. Prepare a list of emergency medicines and equipment
5. Review and/or prepare a dental office for treating medical emergencies
6. Review discussed infectious diseases for etiology, prevention and treatment.
Dr. Steve Filler is a fellow and former president of the American Association of Hospital Dentists and served as associate dean and professor at the at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry.
Steve has lectured extensively on the topics of Medical Emergencies and Infectious Diseases and is a highly sought-after CE conference speaker with a reputation for making his topics practical, fun, and informative!
*This course is ADA CERP or AGD accredited, depending on your educational needs.
What’s the difference: ADA CERP vs AGD PACE
Both the ADA CERP program and the AGD PACE program are very similar and recognized throughout the United States and Canada for quality continuing dental education. As a matter of fact several years ago the programs considered merging with each other. The ADA CERP program is affiliated with the American Dental Association while the AGD PACE program is part of the Academy of General Dentistry. Neither program endorses or reviews the content of the program or the provider. They provide guidelines for organizers of dental meetings, presenters and manufacturers to follow so that dental education programs follow a standard to educate the dental professional while protecting the well being and safety of the dental patient.
ADA CERP programs focus on dental education directly related to lifelong learning and direct patient care. AGD PACE programs can offer advanced programs related to clinical treatment as well as practice management and equipment training. Most dental boards require a specific number of hours of continuing education relating to clinical care during a registration period. Credits earned in practice management or equipment training may qualify for Mastership or Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry but not the mandated board requirements.
That is the difference between the two major dental continuing education accreditation organizations.