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IDHA 2021 Annual Session

October 22 @ 8:30 am - October 23 @ 2:00 pm

Free – $425.00

 

2021 IDHA Annual Session

October 22nd-23rd – Red Lion Boise Downtowner

12.5 total CE’s available

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Friday, October 22nd:  (8.0 credits)

7:30am-8:30am – Continental Breakfast
7:30 – Check in, visit exhibitors (exhibitors worth 1.0 CE total)
8:30am – Welcome to session
8:30-9:30am – “Armed and Ready for the Future: Vaccinations and the Role of the Dental Hygienist” speaker Lancette VanGuilder (1.0 CE)
9:30-11:30am – “Are Your Shots up to Date? Local Anesthesia Techniques, Troubleshooting and Trends” speaker Lancette VanGuilder (2.0 CE)
11:30am-12:30pm – President’s Luncheon
12:45-2:15pm – General Session, Advocacy Forum (1.5 CE)
2:45-3:45pm – “A New Normal – Telehealth and Teledentistry” speaker Lancette VanGuilder (1.0 CE)
3:45-5:00   “Innovative Options to Improve Occupational Health” speaker Lancette VanGuilder (1.5 CE)
6:00-8:00pm – President’s Social (included in cost of registration)
All day:  Silent Auction bidding
All day: Crown Seating Saddle Stool Raffle (drawing at end of day Friday – tickets are 1 for $10, 3 for $25 or 10 for $50)
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Hotel Reservations:
Block room discount of $105 per night on Thursday and/or Friday nights.
Use these instructions to book with group rate:  Hotel discount code instructions 2021
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Lancette VanGuilder, RDH, BS
Lancette VanGuilder, RDH, BS graduated from the University of South Dakota in 1995 and has been actively involved in professional education, leadership and advocacy on the local, state and national level over the last 25 years.  Lancette works as a clinician in private practice, in public health and non-profit work, as a consultant/coach and is an internationally recognized continuing education speaker. Her topics appeal to the entire dental team and are designed to present cutting edge information and address current public health issues.  She has received many awards, including the Nevada Dental Hygienist of the Year and the Innovative Career Vision Award. She gained national recognition when she received the 2018 Professional Achievement Award from the American Dental Hygienists Association recognizing her for her contributions to the advancement of the art and science of the dental hygiene profession over the last 15 years. 
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“Armed and Ready for the Future: Vaccinations and the Role of the Dental Hygienist” 8:30-9:30am
Lancette VanGuilder, RDH, BS
Course Description:
As the healthcare landscape evolves and more emphasis is placed on improved access to care, interprofessional collaboration and public health, dental hygienists may be poised to play a new and innovative role in the healthcare delivery system. Most recently, the COVID-19 pandemic shed light on the need for workforce readiness for massive public health outreach. Could we be at a tipping point for new groundbreaking options for the dental hygienist?
Course Objectives:
– Describe the what, how and why of vaccines
– Identify the vaccination that has been FDA approved for mouth and throat cancer
– Discuss the promotion and administration of vaccines by dentists and dental hygienists
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“Are Your Shots Up to Date?  Local Anesthesia Techniques and Trends” 9:30-11:30am
Lancette VanGuilder, RDH, BS
Course Description: 
Continued competence is essential for local anesthesia techniques. This course will provide an overview of head and neck anatomy, local anesthesia agents, techniques and armamentarium with an emphasis on new trends. You will leave having confidence to provide optimal pain management techniques in dental procedures.
Course Objectives:
– Recall anatomical and pharmacological considerations for administration of local anesthesia
– Develop skills and confidence to overcome common barriers
– Demonstrate a wide variety of local anesthesia techniques
– Identify trends regarding local anesthesia:  computer assisted, vibration, buffering and reversal agent
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“A New Normal – Telehealth and Teledentistry” 2:45-3:45pm
Lancette VanGuilder, RDH, BS
Course Description:  
Telehealth is a broader scope of healthcare that offers a virtual model for medical, dental, public health and education services.  We now not only have the ability to bridge the gaps in healthcare but also extend a broader reach to improve access to care.  With Teledentistry services, we can support patient care and improve relationships between providers, patients and payors.  Let’s explore the many applications for uses in dentistry.
Course Objectives:
– Explain telehealth and Teledentistry
– Explore applications in dentistry and dental hygiene
– Identify Teledentistry platforms and equipment
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“Innovative Options to Improve Occupational Health” 3:45-5:00pm
Lancette VanGuilder, RDH, BS
Course Description:
Dental professionals continue to be at the highest risk for musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) due to maintaining awkward prolonged positions, repetitive motions and placing undue stress on their bodies. Frequently, the common areas discussed are related to the upper body but can undue stresses can also affect hips, knees and the feet/ankle, causing issues at work or play. Workplace injuries for the dental professional are common and innovative products are emerging to help you provide optimal patient care and work safely.
Course Objectives:
– Define the anatomical kinetic chain
– Explain contributing factors of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD)
– Identify dental equipment that may improve efficiency, enhance patient outcomes and assist with musculoskeletal health
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Saturday, October 23rd (4.5 CE’s) 

5.5 CE’s if only attending Saturday (exhibitor education is worth 1.0 CE)
6:45 -7:30am – HyPAC fundraiser (this event will help fund our Hygiene PAC (Political Action Committee) to help IDHA in efforts to further our profession!)
8:15am – arrival, visit exhibitors, ballots due
8:30-10:00am – “Oral Pathology Made Easy – the Top 30” speaker Dr. Bryan Trump (1.5 CE)
10:00-11:30am – Student Poster Sessions (1.5 CE)
11:30am-12:30pm – Installation brunch
12:30-2:00pm – “Black and White Pathology” (Radiographic Pathology) speaker Dr. Bryan Trump (1.5 CE)
2:00pm – Close Annual Session
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Dr. Bryan Trump, DDS, MS

Dr. Bryan Trump, DDS, MS is a Board Certified Oral & Maxillofacial Pathologist and full-time Associate Professor at The University of Utah School of Dentistry.  Bryan grew up in a suburb of Salt Lake City, Utah. He attended Weber State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology.  His DDS is from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry, and he completed his Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology Residency as well as a Master’s in Biomedical Sciences at Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry. He has established a clinical referral center focused on oral medicine at the dental school and directs Utah’s first and only oral pathology biopsy service. His laboratory serves dentists throughout the Intermountain West.

“Oral Pathology Made Easy: The Top 30” 8:30-10:00am

Dr. Bryan Trump, DDS, MS

“Black and White Pathology (Radiographic Pathology)” 12:30-2:00pm

Dr. Bryan Trump, DDS, MS

 

Course Description: 

The 2 above courses will cover some of the more common oral soft tissue and radiographic lesions seen in dental offices. Proper terminology will be reviewed. Differential diagnoses will be discussed. It is intended to be an interactive course involving problem-solving and critical thinking.

Course Objectives:
– Learn and review current terminology used in oral pathology
– Recognize normal, variations from normal and abnormal soft and hard tissue entities commonly found in the oral and maxillofacial region
– Recognize normal, variations from normal and abnormal radiographic entities commonly found in the oral and maxillofacial region
– Discuss different treatments and their outcomes
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Hotel Reservations:
Block room discount of $105 per night on Thursday and/or Friday nights.
Use these instructions to book with group rate:  Hotel discount code instructions 2021
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Regular Registration open 8/14 – 9/30

Late Registration open 10/1 – 10/23

 

Checks must be postdated by (Or online registration completed by):

September 30th for Regular Registration

Make checks payable to IDHA and mail to IDHA Treasurer: 

JingJing Qian/795 Morning Sun Drive/Twin Falls, ID  83301

Questions?:  Please email Susanne Jamison:  10flosser@gmail.com

Cancellation policy:  Cancellations prior to September 20th are eligible for a full refund, minus a $25 processing fee.  Cancellations from September 21st-October 15th are eligible for a 50% refund.  Cancellations after October 15th are not eligible for a refund.

Tickets

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Exhibitor
Each exhibitor Table includes a covered table and 2 chairs for 2 days of the conference. Preference of table placement will be give in order in which registrations are completed.
$ 350.00
Undergraduate Student presenting poster
$ 60.00
Undergraduate Student not presenting poster
$ 100.00
Retired Hygienist
This ticket is for RDH's that have retired due to reaching retirement age
$ 100.00
I am one of the speakers for this event
$ 0.00
I plan to attend the President's Social Friday evening
$ 0.00
Crown Seating Stool Raffle (1 ticket)
1 raffle ticket for Crown Seating Stool!
$ 10.00
Crown Seating Stool Raffle (3 tickets)
Crown Seating Saddle Raffle Ticket
$ 25.00
Crown Seating Stool Raffle (10 tickets)
Crown Seating Stool Raffle tickets
$ 50.00
Member - both days
$ 275.00
Potential Member - both days
$ 375.00
Member - Friday only
$ 225.00
Potential Member - Friday only
$ 325.00
Member - Saturday only
$ 175.00
Potential Member - Saturday only
$ 275.00

Organizer

Susanne Jamison, IDHA Executive Director
Phone:
2088804719
Email:
10flosser@gmail.com

Venue

Red Lion Boise Downtowner
1800 W Fairview Ave
Boise, Idaho 83
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