What is maxill Continuing Education?
The maxill continuing education program is an ongoing series of Infection Control courses designed to keep your office up to date on a variety of topics and techniques. maxill CE components are created with our audience in mind and include information from the following credible and industry focused sources:
- Canadian Dental Association (CDA)
- Canadian Dental Hygiene Association
- Centre for Disease Control (CDC)
- Health Canada (HC)
- World Health Organization (WHO)
The most important part of education is making sure it is credible, correct and applicable to the audience, you.
How do I schedule a presentation?
To book an appointment or to find out more information contact your local representative or call 1‑800‑268‑8633.
There are currently three courses available to you. Each course is approximately one hour long, in lecture format, and can be scheduled for your convenience at a time and location of your choosing. There will be more courses introduced on a regular basis. Your local maxill representative will contact you about future courses.
Disinfection of Hard Surfaces
Surface Decontamination is the process of removing and destroying organisms from surfaces in medical settings. Although this procedure sounds very straight forward there are multiple aspects of surface decontamination that must be taken into consideration in order to develop a proper SD protocol in your setting. This course will provide you with a solid understanding of SD as well as the tools necessary to develop your own SD protocols.
Reprocessing of Dental Instruments
This maxill Continuing Education component will detail the ideal process and steps involved in reprocessing in accordance with current best practice documents. It is important to remember that not every office or situation is the same, and thus individual processing cycles should be tailored to meet the needs or constraints of your office. This course will provide you with a solid understanding of IR and the tools necessary to develop your own IR protocols.
Ensuring sterility is an obligation of the health care provider to protect the health and safety of patients in all medical settings. This maxill Continuing Education component will present the current best practice protocols for Sterilization Monitoring and assurance. There is a large amount of misinformation and confusion that is currently circulating on this topic, however this educational component focuses on cited protocols of respected provincial and national authorities. This course will provide you with a solid understanding of Sterilization Monitoring and the tools necessary to develop your own protocols to meet compliance.