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  • We are living, care taking and practicing as dentists during harrowing times. The COVID-19 pandemic has upended our lives in so many ways, and our futures feel uncertain and unsafe. We are also experiencing and witnessing systemic racism that is both angering and has caused much anguish. We are grieving our loss of normalcy and our loss of connections, and are seeking ways to stay well and be resilient as we navigate these significant pandemics. This webinar will discuss a range of key actions and best practices that dentists can take and promote to staff, patients, and their families to best perform and thrive.

    This webinar was recorded October 2020.

  • Speaker: Dr. Dori Hutchinson is the Director of Services at the Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation where she has worked since 1984. Her programs assist college-aged students and adults who live with mental health conditions to develop the critical skills and supports they need, to thrive in their roles and environments with wellness and resiliency. She is also an Associate Clinical Professor at Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at Boston University and a Faculty in Residence.

Recommended Audience
  • Assistant; Dental Student; Dentist; Hygienist; Office Staff; Family
  • Please note this on-demand webinar is for informational purposes only, no continuing education (CE) credits will be awarded.
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