Upcoming Continuing Education Events 

More programs coming soon, stay tuned!


CE Tracker

Members can visit the CE Tracker to view credits tracked automatically by the ADA, WSDA, and SKCDS or to manually enter CE credits into the tool. 

We strongly recommend you upload a copy of your CE certificate for each course you manually enter. Courses entered manually will require validation by the Department of Health if you're audited.

For information about CE requirements and regulations in Washington state, please visit the Washington State Department of Health licensing page.


SKCDS Continuing Education Archive


2022

January 13, 2022
Suicide Screening and Referral - 
Presented by Crisis Connections

January 18, 2022
The Dilemma of Diversity - 
Presented by Dr. Brett Ferguson

January 25, 2022
Teledentistry and the Digitization of Patient Care - 
Presented by Dr. Nathan Suter

February 9, 2022
The New Treatment Plan: Addressing Implicit Bias and Microaggression - 
Presented by Tam Q. Dinh, Ph.D.

February 17, 2022
The TMD Dream Team: a Multidisciplinary Approach Uniting Dentistry and Physical Therapy - 
Presented by Dr. Sarah Taylor

March 1, 2022
Current Concepts in Gender-Affirming Medicine and Surgery - 
Presented by Dr. Devin O'Brien-Coon

March 8, 2022
LGBTQ+ Youth and Oral Health - 
Presented by Dr. Scott Schwartz

March 15, 2022
Barriers to Care for People of Color - 
Presented by Jovan Hollins

April 9, 2022
New Dentist's Boot Camp 2022 -
Presented by Launch Loyalty powered by Careington, Keller-Rohrback LLC, Big Sky Northwest, WDIA, and Bank of America

April 26, 2022
Installation of Officers and WSDA State of the State - 
Presented by Dr. Ashley Ulmer

May 17, 2022
Opioids in Dentistry - 
Presented by Dr. Noah Letwin


2021

September 23, 2021
Study Club Panel #2 - 
Presented by Drs. Jake Weissman, Bobby Cohanim, and Christine Shigaki

October 5, 2021
Total Health via Innovative Dental Care
- Presented by Dr. Christine Shigaki

October 21, 2021
Head and Neck Cancer for the Dental Professional
- Presented by Drs. Neal Futran and Brittany Barber

November 4, 2021
Slaying Dragons: Acid Reflux and Diabetes Detection in the Dental Office - 
Presented by Dr. Susan Maples


2020

March 20, 2020
Leadership Through Crisis – 1
Legal, Human Resources, Financial Considerations and Practice Ownership 


March 27, 2020
Leadership Through Crisis – 2
Dental Loans and Your Options. Panel discussion from Banks & Financial Experts on the just announced EIDL and PPP Loan SBA Programs

March 31, 2020
Navigating Practice Ownership During and Post COVID-19
Dani Collins of Columbia Bank w/ Scott – Columbia Bank’s Senior SBA Manager on the nuances of the EIDL and PPP Loan Programs 

April 3, 2020
Leadership Through Crisis – 3
HR and Your Dental Practice Resources.” It’s worth checking out for info on the Delta Dental grants available and also covers a multitude of HR

April 7, 2020
Contracts in Post COVID World  - Scott Henderson of Keller Rohrback

April 14, 2020
Dentists Action Plan - 
Tony Baruffi from Garde Capital

April 27, 2020
Webinar: "Indirect Esthetic Dentistry!" - Presented by Dr. Ross William Nash

May 1, 2020
Telehealth and the Future of Dentistry, 
Maggie Gleason, Partnership Manager with SimplePractice. 
Janelle, Peak Nutrition
Dr. Adam Kennedy






Late Registration and Cancellation Policy

This policy does not apply to all day meetings and/or meetings with partner organizations (e.g. UWSOD, PCDS SCDS, or WAGD, etc.)

Members and ASDA Students at the UW School of Dentistry may attend all types of membership meetings/CDE courses for free. For hybrid and in-person programs, we charge spouses and dental staff $75 to attend the in-person portion, with non-members outside of these two designations being charged $150 to attend the in-person portion. For classes that are offered entirely virtually, and the virtual option of a hybrid class, we charge non-members $75. If a non-member registers for the virtual portion of a hybrid class, but then chooses to attend the in-person option, they will be charged the remainder of the fee at the registration table of the event.

SKCDS reserves the right to change all registrations to virtual attendance if the minimum number of live registrations is not met per event.

Registrations, Cancellations, and "No Shows"
Members can change or cancel their reservation for all meeting types by emailing SKCDS staff. Reservations should not be considered changed or cancelled without written confirmation of same by an SKCDS staff member.

For the in-person portion of a hybrid class, we request a 72 hour advance cancellation to provide accurate numbers to the venue and catering of the event. If a member "no shows" after registering, they may be charged $75 on their credit card to cover the cost of the food ordered on their behalf.

Late Registrations
Late registrations, less than forty-eight (48) hours or less than two (2) business days, will only be accepted if:
     - There are spaces left within the guarantee; and,
     - A late registration fee of $25 on top of the existing registration fee will be charged. In the event that a   late registrant does not attend the meeting after paying the fee and registration, there will be no refunds and the registrant's account will be charged in full.

SKCDS reserves the right to select participants, limit enrollment, cancel courses or change locations if necessary. SKCDS accepts no responsibility for travel expenses or penalties incurred by course registrants in the event of a course cancellation or revision.

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