Past Short Format Live Webinars

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Friday, 5/20/2022 11:00:00 AM  10:00 am - 1:00 pm CDT

Human Trafficking: Understanding the Issues

Presented by: Dr. Nancy W. Burkhart

3 CEUs

$79.00 for Dentists and $59.00 for RDH/Auxiliaries

Human Trafficking is a $150 billion criminal industry and has continued to increase over the past few years. This live webinar is designed to awaken the dental community to the possibility of human trafficking involving patients seeking care in a dental facility. Many clues may be evident and exhibited by a patient or even by the perpetrator who may be accompanying the victim. Many children have been brought to the USA by traffickers and the likely event of seeing these victims in your office is going to increase. When a victim cannot perform their duties for a trafficker because of pain or trauma-related injury, the person will be brought to a facility for evaluation. Unless the healthcare professional is aware of the signs, the opportunity to assist the victims may not be recognized. Communication with the victim is key in gaining trust and understanding the issues involved in each circumstance. Certain tactics used by a perpetrator may result in head and neck injury to a victim and are visible to the dental professional during a thorough exam. These tissue findings, injuries will be discussed as items that will get your attention. The protocol for reporting human trafficking will be presented with excellent handouts for the participant on dental findings and seeking help for a victim. Many states are now requiring a course in this subject matter and all dental personnel should be aware of human trafficking clues, how to communicate with the patient, assist in seeking help for the victim and recognizing abuse.































Wednesday, 4/27/2022 6:00:00 PM  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EDT

Human Trafficking: Understanding the Issues

Presented by: Dr. Nancy W. Burkhart

3 CEUs

$79.00 for Dentists and $59.00 for RDH/Auxiliaries

Human Trafficking is a $150 billion criminal industry and has continued to increase over the past few years. This live webinar is designed to awaken the dental community to the possibility of human trafficking involving patients seeking care in a dental facility. Many clues may be evident and exhibited by a patient or even by the perpetrator who may be accompanying the victim. Many children have been brought to the USA by traffickers and the likely event of seeing these victims in your office is going to increase. When a victim cannot perform their duties for a trafficker because of pain or trauma-related injury, the person will be brought to a facility for evaluation. Unless the healthcare professional is aware of the signs, the opportunity to assist the victims may not be recognized. Communication with the victim is key in gaining trust and understanding the issues involved in each circumstance. Certain tactics used by a perpetrator may result in head and neck injury to a victim and are visible to the dental professional during a thorough exam. These tissue findings, injuries will be discussed as items that will get your attention. The protocol for reporting human trafficking will be presented with excellent handouts for the participant on dental findings and seeking help for a victim. Many states are now requiring a course in this subject matter and all dental personnel should be aware of human trafficking clues, how to communicate with the patient, assist in seeking help for the victim and recognizing abuse.






































































Saturday, 3/12/2022  10:00 am - 1:00 pm EST

Human Trafficking: Understanding the Issues

Presented by: Dr. Nancy W. Burkhart

3 CEUs

$79.00 for Dentists and $59.00 for RDH/Auxiliaries

Human Trafficking is a $150 billion criminal industry and has continued to increase over the past few years. This live webinar is designed to awaken the dental community to the possibility of human trafficking involving patients seeking care in a dental facility. Many clues may be evident and exhibited by a patient or even by the perpetrator who may be accompanying the victim. Many children have been brought to the USA by traffickers and the likely event of seeing these victims in your office is going to increase. When a victim cannot perform their duties for a trafficker because of pain or trauma-related injury, the person will be brought to a facility for evaluation. Unless the healthcare professional is aware of the signs, the opportunity to assist the victims may not be recognized. Communication with the victim is key in gaining trust and understanding the issues involved in each circumstance. Certain tactics used by a perpetrator may result in head and neck injury to a victim and are visible to the dental professional during a thorough exam. These tissue findings, injuries will be discussed as items that will get your attention. The protocol for reporting human trafficking will be presented with excellent handouts for the participant on dental findings and seeking help for a victim. Many states are now requiring a course in this subject matter and all dental personnel should be aware of human trafficking clues, how to communicate with the patient, assist in seeking help for the victim and recognizing abuse.