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Web-Based Oral Health Curriculum

The National Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Center at Georgetown University, and the Center for the Advancement of Distance Education, University of Illinois at Chicago have produced an online curriculum entitled, Special Care: An Oral Health Professional's Guide to Service Young Children with Special Health Care Needs.

This curriculum is appropriate for dentists and dental hygienists (or students) and covers the following topics:

-An Overview of Children with Special Health Care Needs and Oral Health
-Providing Optimal Oral Health Care
-Oral Health Supervision
-Prevention of Oral Disease
-Behavior Management

This curriculum is available here


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This is a neat looking curriculum. I'm thinking about going back to school to get a four year degree. I currently work as a dental hygienist in Flint, MI.

Sounds awesome. Would this program be available to people outside the US?

Yeah that would be great if it was available outside the US!!

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