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D.001 Empowering Physicians, Nurses, and Other Non-Dental Healthcare Providers in the Prevention and Early Detection of Oral and Oropharyngeal Cancer

This course was developed for physicians, nurses and other non-dental healthcare providers. However, dentists and dental hygienists can benefit from this course. Continuing Dental Education credit is awarded upon course completion.

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D.002 Empowering Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists and Other Non-Dental Healthcare Providers to Care for the Oral Health of Children and Adolescents

This course was developed for physicians, nurses and other non-dental healthcare providers. However, dentists and dental hygienists can benefit from this course. Continuing Dental Education credit is awarded upon course completion.

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D.005 A Best Practice Approach to Target Diabetes in Dental Patients

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Coming Soon to Oral Health Ed

  • Targeting Obesity in Dental Patients
  • A Patient Centric, Interprofessional Approach to Caring for Patients with Diabetes & Periodontal Disease
  • Engaging the Medical and Nursing Profession in Interprofessional Care to Target Periodontal Disease
  • A Clinical Pathway in Progressive Diagnosis and Treatment of Periodontal Disease & the Opportunity Cost of the Under-Diagnosis of Periodontal Disease
  • The Threat of Periodontal Disease in Pregnancy
  • Diabetology in 21st Century Dentistry
  • Preventive Cardiology in Dentistry
  • Re-Defining Our Role in Ensuring Periodontal-Systemic Health
  • Addressing the Systemic Impact of Periodontal Disease by Building Collaboration with Physician, Nursing and the Allied Healthcare Communities

Some courses offered here are from the Oral-Systemic Health Education for Non-Dental Healthcare Providers curriculum of the Colleges of Medicine and Dentistry, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba. The University of Manitoba is grateful to the Government of Manitoba for providing an educational grant to support the development of this important work.