Univ. of Maryland offers new oral health science training

By DrBicuspid Staff

June 4, 2020 -- The University of Maryland School of Dentistry is offering a new oral health science certificate for nondental healthcare providers.

Created as a postbaccalaureate program for nurses, physician assistants, and other nondental providers seeking advanced training in oral health and dental medicine, the five-course, 13-credit curriculum combines online instruction with face-to-face clinical experiences at the Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville, MD, according to the institution. It's designed to help clinicians recognize and manage oral health infections, diseases, and systemic conditions.

The course can be completed part-time in less than two years, the university said.


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