We hope you and your families are well. Given the evolving situation we are all facing with COVID-19, the TAPD Board has decided to postpone our General Meeting, Board Meeting and Continuing Education course in May.
As you may have heard, TDA has also decided to cancel its annual May meeting. The TAPD Continuing Education Committee is working on ideas to reschedule our meeting. We understand that everyone has CE requirements that will need to be met.
We are working to find a solution and will update you as soon as we have more information. We still plan to hold our Fourth Annual Fall Sedation CE on September 25 and 26, and details will be announced in May.
Marriott Riverwalk Hotel Foyer D,E,F, Ballroom Floor San Antonio, TX
TAPD Spring Board Meeting
Thursday May 2, 2019 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Marriott Riverwalk Hotel Travis Room, Ballroom Floor San Antonio, TX
TAPD Spring CE Course
Dr. Ronald Kosinski, Associate Professor and Clinical Director of Pediatric Sedation and Anesthesia at NYU College of Dentistry
Thursday, May 2, 2019, 1:30PM-4:30PM
Friday, May 3, 2019, 8:30AM-11:30AM
TDA Registration Codes: T36 (Thursday) and F56 (Friday)
Marriott Riverwalk Hotel Alamo Salon D,E,F, Ballroom Floor San Antonio, TX
About Dr. Ronald Kosinski
I am a pediatric dentist and dental anesthesiologist. I am currently the Director of the Oral Health Center for People with Disabilities and the Director of Sedation and Anesthesia for the NYU College of Dentistry. I am the former president of the American Dental Society of Anesthesiology and trustee for the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. I HAVE DEDICATED MY LIFE TO THE SAFE PRACTICE OF ANESTHESIA IN DENTISTRY.
Practicing Safe and Effective Sedation for the Pediatric Patient A very thorough look at the practice of sedation for the pediatric patient encompassing a number of parameters.
We will look at:
Patient Selection Criteria
Drugs and Drug Regimens
Alternatives for Sedation
Morbidity and Mortality
The Art Of Simulation
At the end of this presentation the student will learn how to properly select a patient and sedate them is a safe manner, which will ensure safe discharge. At the learning experience we will also teach what can be done in the event a patient cannot be sedated. The student will have a thorough knowledge base in the art of simulation.