Dental Aerosols: How Dangerous and Pervasive Are They?

This event was originally broadcast on October 12, 2017 and is now available for on demand viewing.

Supported in part through an unrestricted educational grant by:

 


Webcast Description:

Dental aerosols are something that all dental practitioners are familiar with. But do you really know how far aerosols spread when you perform standard procedures?  In a study in a dental office, microscopic pathogens were found behind closed doors in a room where no treatment occurred.  This CE course will describe the dangers of dental aerosols to both patients and staff, detail how aerosols travel and explain a proven solution to reduce the spread.

Presented by:

Dr. Linda D Lee
Chief Science Officer
VidaShield

Dr. Linda D. Lee, MBA has spent over 30 years in healthcare having previously worked for CH2M Hill, WM Healthcare Solutions, Inc., the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and Stericycle, Inc. She is a speaker and author of numerous peer reviewed journals/publications and three books published by the American Hospital Association.  She has been a recent speaker/presenter at SHEA, AIHce, IPAC-Canada, and the C Diff Foundation.  She graduated with a Bachelors in Environmental Health Science from Indiana State University. She earned a Masters in Operations Management from the University of Arkansas - College of Engineering.  She completed a Doctorate of Public Health in Occupational and Environmental Health from the University of Texas Health Science Center. She has an MBA with an emphasis in Healthcare Management. Dr. Lee is a certified indoor air quality manager and currently serves as EVP and Chief Science Officer for VidaShield.



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