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Cost: Free

There are many different roles in integration initiatives for dental hygienists and dental assistants, including administrative, care coordination, and clinical. This final webinar of the series will describe the different integration roles of dental hygienists and dental assistants. Then dental hygienists and dental assistants will share their experience in expanding access to care through integration initiatives in health centers.

Learning Objectives:
1.  Describe different models for medical and dental integration.
2.  Learn how dental hygienists and dental assistants can be utilized to expand access to oral health through integration.
3.  Discuss how four different health centers have used dental hygienists and dental assistants for medical and dental integration.

Watch the recording of our 5/24/2023 webinar, take the survey and pass the quiz with 80% to receive 1.5 CDEs for this course.

Integration Roles for Dental Hygienists and Dental Assistants

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