Past DH Continuing Education Events

The Sarah Whitaker Glass School of Dental Hygiene 1938-2013.

Past West Liberty University Dental Hygiene Continuing Dental Hygiene Education Events.

October 18, 2013:Continuing Education Seminar Courses (7 hrs.) taught by West Liberty University Alumni!

Margie with 4 DH speakers

Dental Hygiene Program Director Margaret Six with continuing education speakers Marie Furin George, Cathy Seckman, Mary Kaye Scaramucci, and Connie Kuntupis, all graduates of West Liberty Dental Hygiene.

 

WLU CE Brochure 10-18-2013 These Handouts will remain available until the next CEU cycle of the WV Dental Board, Feb. 1, 2014.
For additional information, please contact:
Mary Blair
West Liberty University
Dental Hygiene Program 304-336-8633 or [email protected]

CEU Handouts:

1. Marie George: Marie George-Got vibes handout

2. Cathy Seckman:   Seckman -Paying To Play handouts-1

3. Connie Kuntupis:  Kuntupis -Radiology Handout CE -F2013

4. Mary Kaye Scaramucci:

A.  Mary Kaye-Lesion Descriptor Guide

B. Scaramucci 2-Oral Cancer Screening Let your fingers do the talking-2

Past West Liberty University Dental Hygiene Continuing Dental Hygiene Education Events.

WLU Dental Hygiene Program recently sponsored a Continuing Professional Education Course on April 12, 2013 featuring Dr. Brian Novy, DDS, titled   “Be Very Afraid: An Introduction to Modern Cariology. ”

Dr Brian Novy, DDS and  Mrs Margie Six,  WLU DH Program Director

Dr Brian Novy, DDS and Mrs Margie Six, WLU DH Program Director

Dr. Brian Novy, DDS

Dr. Brian B. Novy, DDS spoke on modern cariology concepts. Dr. Novy is an assistant professor of restorative dentistry at Loma Linda University where he teaches a variety of courses including caries management, evidence-based dentistry, dental materials, and operative dentistry. He maintains a private practice in Valencia, California and acts as clinical director for two non-profit dental clinics in southern California. His research interests focus on the predictive quality of saliva in relation to microbial growth patterns.  He is actively involved in organized dentistry, serving on the ADA Council of Scientific Affairs as well as the western CAMBRA Coalition.

CEU Handout Available now!

The Sarah Whittaker Glass School of Dental Hygiene presented the Fall 2012 Dental Hygiene Professional Education Course. “The Changing Face of Dental Hygiene”  with Lillian Caperila, R.D.H., M. Ed. on October 12, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Wheeling Park White Palace.

Sponsored by Premier


Speaker: WLU Dental Hygiene Speaker Lillian Caperila, R.D.H., M. Ed., is a licensed dental hygienist from Pennsylvania. Her professional career has included the roles of an expanded function dental assistant, clinical dental hygienist, dental hygiene educator, professional speaker and manager of continuing education  and university sales.  Lil is a 1980 graduate of Montgomery County Community College with her A.S. in applied science and certificate in dental hygiene.  In 1989, she completed her bachelor’s degree in dental hygiene education at Thomas Jefferson University. In 2004, Lil completed her Masters degree in education, instructional design, and training from Pennsylvania State University. During Lil’s tenure as a faculty professor at Harcum College Dental Hygiene Program, she served as the President of Pennsylvania Dental Hygienists’ Association before coming aboard with Premier Dental as Manager of Professional Education twelve years ago.  Her highest accomplishments have been the delivery of well over 400 seminars nationally and internationally.  Of her most recent achievements, Lil was honored as a new inductee to the Alumni Hall of Fame at Montgomery County Community College and was a 2010 recipient of the American Dental Hygiene Association Irene Newman Award in Professional Leadership and Achievement.


Brochure…….The Changing Face of Dental Hygiene



Handouts for Oct. 12, 2012 CE Event
…….Ten Strategies Handout……. The Changing Face of Dental Hygiene Handout I…… The Changing Face of Dental Hygiene Addendum
……. Getting to Change Handout……..How it Works- Motiv Interv

Previous West Liberty Dental Hygiene CE Events

Carol Jahn, RDH, BS, MS, presented  a program on Periodontics at the recent Sarah Whitaker Glass School of Dental Hygiene Continuing Education Event on April 13th, 2012. Participants earned 7 hours of Continuing Education Units.

Mrs. Margie Six, West Liberty University Dental Hygiene Program Director with speaker Mrs. Carol Jahn, RDH, BS, MSDH

……………… Carol Jahn, RDH, BS, MS has a BS in dental hygiene from the University of Iowa and an MS in Continuing Education from the University of St. Francis.  She has been a dental hygienist since 1982, and practiced clinically for 14 years in general and periodontal practices.  Currently, she is Senior Professional Relations Manager for Water Pik, Inc. where she designs and develops educational materials and programs for dental professionals.  She has presented over 200 courses in the US, Canada, Europe, and Asia, has published more then 75 papers, and contributed to 7 textbooks including the 10th and 11th editions of Clinical Periodontology.

 

Taking Periodontal Care from Good to Great (4 CEU Hours)

Coaching Patients to Optimal Interdental Health (3 CEU Hours)

 

CEU Handouts are available at the links below.

Coaching Patients_Jahn

Comprehensive Periodontal Therapy_Jahn

WLU Dental Hygiene CEU Brochure, April 13, 2012

 

Sponsored by: Waterpik

The September, 2011 WLU DH Continuing Education Event:

The West Liberty University Sarah Whitaker Glass School of Dental Hygiene Program Biannual Continuing Education Event was held on September 23, 2011, providing 7 CEU hours for participants. Mrs. Pam Hughes, RDH, BS, MS, spoke on Women’s Aging Complexities: The 2011 Oral Health Connection. The CE Handout is available below.

 

Mrs. Mary Blair, the West Liberty Dental Hygiene Program  secretary, shows Dr. Schnupp where to sign

Mrs. Forrester, Mrs. Gryskevich, and Mrs. Blaskovich, West Liberty University Dental Hygiene Instructors, help participants sign in to the CE.

 

Women’s Aging Complexities WLU Fall 2011 Handout