One of two department retreats this year, during the scheduled breaks. Retreats will be “hands-on" with a focus on department strategic goals. Faculty and staff should feel free to suggest discussion topics. Breakfast and lunch will be served.
The American Dental Association hosts “Dentistry for the Modern Age”: Dentists participating in the workshop stream How to Provide Excellent Care will learn how to apply the latest clinical recommendations and practice scientifically informed treatment. Educators participating in the stream How to Teach Evidence-Based Dentistry will learn how to build an EBD curriculum that instills students with the curious mind-set needed to provide evidence-based care.
Do you know faculty members who have great clinical skills, but who struggle to lead change in their departments and beyond? The UCSF Clinical Leadership Accelerator, which is free for participants, provides an opportunity to increase self-awareness and self-efficacy, make progress against leadership development goals, and acquire skills to address complex issues and challenges. Applications close July 11.
Online registration is closed, but you may register on-site.
Drs. Harry Albers and Ram Vaderhobli will discuss the fundamental principles and application of adhesion in day-to day clinical dentistry. They will cover evidence-based protocols in restorative care using case presentations. Recent research advancements in bonding will also be addressed.
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This course will present the latest information on caries risk assessment and management for all ages, including young children. Drs. Yasmi O. Crystal and John D.B. Featherstone will provide an update on the latest methods and materials available (including silver diamine fluoride) for managing dental caries for all ages, including the risks and benefits.
Online registration is closed, but you may register by calling 415-514-0778 or on-site
This course will present the latest information on caries risk assessment and management that will aid the practitioner in delivering optimal care for all patients in clinical practice. Drs. Crystal and Featherstone will provide an update on the latest methods and materials available (including silver diamine fluoride) for managing dental caries on patients of all ages, including the risks and benefits.
Conference Sessions generally take place on days at sea (as itinerary allows), giving you plenty of time to enjoy your meals, evenings and ports of call with your companion, family and friends. Topics include:
For the health care provider, this course presents the most comprehensive, up-to-date, evidence-based information on tobacco and related products. UCSF’s top researchers from the schools of dentistry, medicine and pharmacy will address the issues facing providers and their patients, and discuss the results of the most current tobacco research projects.
The “Open Wide - Improving Patient Safety in Dentistry” single-day conference, to discuss how to detect, understand and mitigate dental care related harm, will take place on December 9, 2018 in Orlando, Florida in conjunction with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s (IHI) National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care.
University of California, San Francisco, School of Dentistry and University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, invite you to join us for the 25th Annual Island Dental Colloquium. We are offering an outstanding educational opportunity featuring three excellent faculty speakers. Course sessions run from 7:30-11:30 a.m. each day. Take advantage of this unbeatable travel education program combined with the beauty and excitement of the island of Kauai.
Start filling out your application for the 2019-2020 Dental Post-Bac Program! We encourage you to apply early since we review applications on a rolling basis. The application closes March 1, 2019. Please visit the Dental Post-Bac website for more information.
This course will assists participants to effectively diagnose and treat TMD in any dental office. The key in any treatment provided is focusing on a patient’s problem list, doing an examination and then making an accurate diagnosis. Part of the challenge in TMD is the multi-factorial nature of this problem. Participants will analyze which cases can be treated and which cases might need the help of another provider.
The UCSF Mini-Residency in Dental Sleep Medicine is designed for dental professionals to develop in-depth knowledge and clinical procedures for treating sleep-related breathing disorders. Participants will become skilled at utilizing oral appliance therapy in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), sleep disordered breathing, and snoring patients in their practices.