Training and Upcoming Events

Continuing your education after graduation is a must. This helps you keep in touch with new discoveries in your field and is generally required to maintain licensure for many health care professionals. A great option for providing additional training for your team is to request an OralDNA® webinar with Clinical Specialist Diane Larson, RDH by emailing support@oraldna.com. The training session is typically about 30 minutes in length and provides valuable information about OralDNA® Labs’ testing services and Salivary Diagnostics. Unfortunately, this webinar won’t qualify as an official continuing education credit, but it will provide you and your team with a wealth of knowledge and insight that will help you to better patient care in your practice.

OralDNA® Client Services frequently receives calls inquiring if there are any upcoming events to learn about Salivary Diagnostics, whether it be virtually or in-person. We are excited to share that there are two events in the near future where you can see Dr. Ron McGlennen, OralDNA® Labs’ President and Medical Director, and Diane Larson, RDH speak AND receive continuing education credits for your time and attention. You will receive the continuing education credit from the respective hosts if you register for these events and attend.

First is a virtual event hosted by The Academy of General Dentistry on August 31, 2021, from 7:30 pm-9:00 pm CDT. Dr. McGlennen will be presenting “HPV and Head & Neck Cancer.” Click the image below for more course details and registration.

OralDNA® Labs will also be attending and presenting at Collaboration Cures 2021, hosted by The American Academy for Oral Systemic Health on September 24, 2021, from 1:00 pm-3:00 pm EDT in Atlanta, GA. Dr. McGlennen and Diane Larson, RDH will present in-person “Advancing Wellness through Salivary Diagnostics: Roundtable Discussion.” Click the image below for course details and registration. Don’t forget to use the discount code!

We hope you explore any or all of these options to expand your knowledge and patient care!

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Abby Middleton