LIVE Continuing Education Presentation

Ethics, Indiana Jurisprudence and Professional Responsibility for Dentists and Hygienists

Dentists and hygienists are invited to join the Indiana Dental Association in a fast paced, interactive entertaining program that fulfills your two hour requirement for license renewal. This program will provide an opportunity for peer interaction on those "sticky situations" every professional faces in practice. IDA has an up to date, insightful review of the Indiana practice acts and rules affecting your practice and patients. You will laugh and learn something as you fulfill your Indiana State Board of Dentistry CE requirement.   
At the end of the course you will have completed the following learning objectives:
  • Engaged in peer to peer interaction on dental specific ethical situations
  • Reviewed portions of the Indiana statutes and rules that relate to the practice of dentistry and hygiene.
  •  Discussed the principles of ethics and code of professional conduct
  • Reviewed and draw out applications to some of the professional responsibilities of dentists and hygienists.

Two Dates to Choose From:

Wednesday, February 17, 2016
6:00 to 8:00 pm
IDA Central Office

Friday, February 26, 2016
9:00 to 11:00 am
IDA Central Office

Only $50 for IDA members / $150 for nonmembers

About the Presenter

Jay T. Dziwlik (pronounced Jeev-lick), MBA, CAE
Jay has been with the Indiana Dental Association since 2000, currently serving as Assistant Executive Director with over 20 years of experience in not for profit association business.
His responsibilities include coordinating membership benefits, activities at the IU School of Dentistry, and assisting with various IDA programs and councils.  He has spoken all across Indiana to dentists and staff and association executives, as well as nationally at the American Dental Association.
Jay is a nationally recognized Certified Association Executive (CAE) and earned his MBA in 1997. He was awarded the Association Staff Professional of the Year for Indiana by the Indiana Society of Association Executives in 2005.
Jay is most proud of his darling wife, Martha and being married happily for 25 years. He both keeps busy and delights in his three children, Samuel (17), Mary (15), and Thomas (14). Jay is reading multiple books at the same time. He works out on C2 indoor rower and is attempting to row virtually around the world. He just passed 12 million meters, over a 1/4 of the way. Jay teaches business classes with Indiana Wesleyan University. He leads and teaches at Traders Point Christian Church and volunteers with the Boy Scouts at Troop 202 in Carmel, IN.


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