State Board Requirements:
Most states require refresher training every two years. Each state has guidelines for both didactic and/or clinical experiences. Check with your local State Board for the specific regulations in your state and we will make every effort to help you comply with their requirements.
The St. Joseph’s University Medical Center sponsored program by ASAASD is a comprehensive 3-day review and re-certification program. Each day can be taken individually or in combination to achieve the requirements for your licensure. The first two days is a14-hour Sedation Review Course “Providing Safe and Effective Sedation in Dentistry & OMS”. This two day review is given May 6 & 7th, 2021.
The third day, a 7-hour course adds SIMLAB and lectures for both the doctor and sedation assistants. This unique course is given May 8th, 2021.
When all three courses are taken together, each attendee will receive 21 hours CE credit for re-certification.
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Each day of the “Providing Safe and Effective Sedation Course” covers 7-hours of the requirements for renewing an IV sedation license.
The fee is $950 for Doctor-$295 for Staff. Both days total $1,900 and $590 for Staff.
When combined with the third day, including 1/2 day of SIMLAB for both doctors and staff the total fee is $2870, a savings of $865 individually.
Specifically, the program will include 3.5 hours of SIMLAB for the doctors while the staff are in lectures and then switch: the assistant lectures are: the assistant’s role in pre-anesthesis assesment, infection control for dental and oral surgery sedation, airway complications, team management of anesthetic emergencies, enhancing patient safety and satisfaction; Swap groups and the assistants are in SIMLAB while doctors attend their lectures: EKG review and dysrhythmia treatment, identifying the difficult airway, pharmacology of sedation agents, interactions to consider with sedation and post treatment pain management;
SIMLAB staions: airway basics, cardiac arrest, emergence delirium or seizure, oversedation/respiratory depression, MI, etc.