Greater Philidelphia Valley Forge Dental Conference

wednesday, march 6, 2019
Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting for Dental Professionals
  • TIME: 6:30 PM-8:30 PM
  • AUDIENCE: Dentist, RDH, EFDA
  • CE UNITS: 2.0
  • LECTURE #: 019
  • AGD CODE: 155
  • MODERATORS: Dr. Dale Scanlon & Dr. Seth Walbridge

The PDA’s program “Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting for Dental Professionals” is approved by the Department of Human Services and the PA State Board of Dentistry and will fulfill Act 31 mandatory CE requirements for licensed dental professionals (dentists, hygienists and EFDA’s). PDA’s program is custom designed for dental professionals and offers two CE credits that can be applied toward the hours you need to renew your dental license.

  • Understand categories of child abuse as defined by the Child Protective Services Lawg
  • Recognize universal child abuse indicators
  • Recognize clinical and intraoral pathologies of physical and sexual abuse
  • Understand the legal responsibilities as mandated reporters
  • Know when, how and where to report suspected abuse, and what happens after a report is made
  • Understand the protections for reporters and penalties for failure to report
EARLY TUITION BY February 11, 2019
  • Second District and all ADA Members - $50
  • Non-ADA Members - $100
  • Staff - $50

NOTE: All attendees must register on the website for this course.

Dr. Angela Stout

Dr. Angela Stout received her dental degree from Temple University, completed her Pediatric Dental Residency at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, and received her Master’s Degree in Public Health from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Stout attended the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Leadership Institutes at Kellogg/Northwestern University and Wharton/University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Stout is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Temple University, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and is on staff at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, Abington Memorial Hospital, Chestnut Hill Hospital, Temple University Hospital and the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.