Knowledge of dental pharmacology is imperative to the success of the hygienist.
Invite Tom Viola to bring his comprehensive dental pharmacology and local anesthesia curriculum and award-winning teaching style to your school this semester!
Upon entering the profession, dental hygienists must demonstrate competency in providing safe and effective dental treatment to a wide variety of patients.
They may be called upon to perform a wide range of tasks ranging from the routine, such as obtaining a complete patient medical history, administering certain medications and planning appointments, to the extreme, such as handling a medical emergency in the office.
A solid foundation in the principles of dental pharmacology is essential to the success of a hygiene student.
All dental hygiene program faculty members must have content expertise in the specific subjects they are teaching. Dental pharmacology is a dynamic field of study in which new information is constantly becoming available.
However, armed with relatively brief exposure to this vast subject during their formal education and faced with ever-changing medication therapy guidelines, many dental hygiene faculty members cannot keep up with the latest trends in disease state management and the impact on dental care.
Now you have an option! With over 30 years’ experience as a clinical pharmacist, dental educator, published author and professional speaker, Tom has earned his reputation as the go-to specialist for delivering quality dental educational content.
Tom currently serves as a faculty of ten dental hygiene degree programs and has enjoyed much success in instructing students in the areas of dental pharmacology and local anesthesia.
Invite Tom to bring his comprehensive dental pharmacology and local anesthesia curriculum and award-winning teaching style to your school this semester!
This curriculum can be customized to reflect your program’s institutional policies and requirements.
Students will have multiple opportunities to achieve learning goals through a series of informative, fun and engaging video presentations, as well as live, interactive, webinar-based group discussions. Outcomes assessment, based on each program’s individual requirements, will be based on the successful completion of homework assignments, online quizzes, midterm and final examinations and a semester-long research assignment.
All educational content is delivered in a format which is adaptable to virtually all online learning platforms and is applicable, practical and useful to the everyday practice of dental hygiene.