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GREATER LONG ISLAND DENTAL MEETING

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RESIDENT AND STUDENT EVENT COURSE CODE: 105RS

Tuesday, April 17th – 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm – 7 CE CREDIT HOURS

RESIDENT AND STUDENT EVENT COURSE CODE: 105RS
FEE: RESIDENTS/STUDENTS/NEW DENTIST: FREE ADA MEMBER: $150 NON-ADA MEMBER: $250

“INFECTION CONTROL CONCEPTS FOR THE DENTAL PROFESSIONS 2018”
NYS MANDATORY INFECTION CONTROL COURSE

Peter A. Mychajliw, DDS
1:00 pm to 5:00 pm – 4 CE credit hours

NYS law requires that all healthcare professionals including dentists and hygienists receive training in infection control and barrier precautions every four years. OSHA requires an update at least annually (the update alone does not satisfy NYS law).

Dental care involves exposure to blood and airborne pathogens such as HIV, TB, HBV, etc. The unique nature of most dental procedures, instrumentation and patient care settings also requires the specific strategy directed to the prevention of transmission of pathogens among dental healthcare personnel and their patients.

Universally applied infection control practices reduce the risk of disease transmission from doctor/staff to patient, patient to doctor/staff, and patient-to-patient. These strategies/practices are recommended in addition to following OSHA guidelines. These will be discussed in depth.

The NYS Amalgam Recycling Law and Waterline (CFU) management as it applies to Infection Control will also be discussed.
Goals:
• Provide information about dental infection control principles and practices
• Emphasize the importance of written policies and procedures and ongoing education and training of
dental health care personnel

Learning Objectives:
After attending this presentation, participants should be able to:
• Describe modes of disease transmission and the chain of infection
• Identify strategies that can prevent occupational exposures to blood and body fluids
• Identify methods to monitor practices and evaluate dental infection control programs

*A State of New York Dept of Health approved Certificate of Completion will be available to all
pre-registered participants who attend this program in its entirety. The certificate will be awarded onsite. In other circumstances original certificates will be forwarded by GLIDM via post mail. A fee of $50.00 will apply for any replacement certificate requests. This certificate is valid for a period of four (4) years from the above date of course completion and may be used for NYS professional relicensure requirements verification. Be sure to maintain this document in your professional file.

MEMBERSHIP
5:30 pm to 6:00 pm
Representatives from the American Dental Assocition will be presenting membership benefits and will answer all questions on becoming a ADA Member.

“A RESIDENT’S GUIDE TO A SECURE FINANCIAL FUTURE
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm – 1 CE credit hour

Babita Trivedi, CFP®
Steven M. Ruttgeizer, Chfc, CLU, CFP®, RHU

I. The Pyramid Effect
a. Creating a solid base (Life, DI, Major Medical, emergency funds)
b. Home – Retirement Plan
c. College Savings
d. Diversified Investment Portfolio
II. DI Insurance – Features and Benefits
a. Your “OCC” vs. “Any OCC”
b. Residual Disability
c. Cost of living adjustments
d. Guarantees for future purchases
e. Can DI cover loan payments?
f. Can DI protect your retirement income?
g. Business Overhead Expense Insurance, an overlooked Disability Policy

III. Life Insurance
a. Do you need Life Insurance?
b. Does your current life insurance meet your future goals?
c. All term products are not the same
d. Do I need to have permanent coverage? (Whole Life, Universal or Variable Life)

IV. Estate Planning
a. What happens if I do not have a Will?
b. How can I protect my Estate and my heirs?

V. How do I get started in an Investment Program?
a. Savings Account
b. Mutual Funds
c. 528 Plans
d. Managed Accounts
e. Annuities
f. Individual Stocks and Bonds

VI. Where do I get the best financial advise?
a. Unbiased Financial Adviser
b. Someone who is independent
c. Experience in all aspects of Planning
d. Check designation, CLU, ChFC, CFP, CLTC

A COCKTAIL RECEPTION TO FOLLOW.

Peter A. Mychajliw, DDS
Dr. Mychajliw has lectured broadly in the areas of dental implants, hospital/medically complex dental rehabilitation, evidence based best practice dentistry, dental materials, inter-professional collaboration, and infection control/OSHA requirements for the dental professions since 1990. he has also authrored several peer reviewed publications.

Currently, Dr. Mychajliw serves as Associate Director of the NYU-Lutheran AEGD Program-NYU College of Dentistry Campus, and serves on the NYU Committee of Dentistry’s DDS Program. Dr. Mychajliw serves on the NYU Committee on Academic Review and Standards.

Babita Trivedi, CFP®
Ms. Trivedi has a MS in Personal Financial Planning and is a Certified Financial Planner ™. Babita graduated with a BA from NYU and a MS from College of Financial Planning and resides in Queens, New York.

Steven M. Ruttgeizer, Chfc, CLU, CFP®, RHU
Mr. Ruttgeizer obtained numerous professional designations; Chartered Financial Consultant, Charted Life Underwriter, and Certified Financial Planning. Additionally, in 2001 Steven earned the Registered Health Underwriter designation from the American College.

Steven is a member of various professional organizations; The Estate Planning Council of Nassau County, National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors and has qualified for membership in the Million Dollar Round Table multiple times and resides in Roslyn, New York.