ANNAPOLIS, Maryland--The Organization for Safety and Asepsis Procedures has announced its 2007 Infection Prevention Symposium, "Racing Toward a Safer Future," which will take place May 31-June 3 at the Charlotte Westin Hotel in Charlotte, N.C.
The leading experts on infection control and occupational health and safety will share information of critical concern to dental professionals and others involved in dentistry.
The agenda includes networking time and social events, such as the "Surprising Fun Charity Auction, which will feature an astonishing array of vacation packages, gourmet baskets, artwork, apparel, jewelry, literary and sporting goods, and much more. Twenty-two hours of CE credit are available.
The 2007 OSAP Symposium will give attendees the opportunity to learn about dental and infection control trends, find out how to set up infection control programs at their own facilities, and understand how to increase compliance.
Internationally-known experts will discuss the latest developments regarding key dental infection prevention and safety issues worldwide, infectious diseases and their impact on systemic health, training tools and techniques, and current developments such as salivary diagnostics.
The OSAP Symposium is designed for infection control and safety instructors, lecturers, authors, and consultants; researchers; dentists; hygienists; assistants; lab technicians; nurses in dental clinics; and dental sales and marketing personnel.
A brochure is now available that contains details on the symposium as well as a reservation form. It is available online at www.OSAP.org or can be requested by calling 800-298-6727.