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Your License ID is your license number and your PIN is the last 4 digits of your SSN. Individual and small group development of projects which relate to each student's interests and goals. Students who successfully complete the introduction will then proceed to their original health program of choice. Diplomas are nice and so are transcripts, but what really seals the deal is a well written, highly complimentary recommendation letter. Being in academia reinforced his commitment to being a lifelong student.

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(C) Courses in esthetic, corrective and restorative oral health diagnosis and treatment. (D) Courses in dentistry's role in individual and community health emergencies, disasters, and disaster recovery. (E) Courses that pertain to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); actual delivery of care. (F) Courses pertaining to federal, state and local regulations, guidelines or statutes regarding workplace safety, fire and emergency, environmental safety, waste disposal and management, general office safety, and all training requirements set forth by the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal-DOSH) including the Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. (G) Courses pertaining to the administration of general anesthesia, conscious sedation, oral conscious sedation or medical emergencies. (H) Courses pertaining to the evaluation, selection, use and care of dental instruments, sterilization equipment, operatory equipment, and personal protective attire. (I) Courses in dependency issues and substance abuse such as alcohol and drug use as it relates to patient safety, professional misconduct, ethical considerations or malpractice. (J) Courses in behavioral sciences, behavior guidance, and patient management in the delivery of care to all populations including special needs, pediatric and sedation patients when oriented specifically to the clinical care of the patient. (K) Courses in the selection, incorporation, and use of current and emerging technologies. 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(4) Courses considered to be of direct benefit to the licensee or outside the scope of dental practice in California include the following, and shall not be recognized for continuing education credit: (A) Courses in money management, the licensee's personal finances or personal business matters such as financial planning, estate planning, and personal investments. (B) Courses in general physical fitness, weight management or the licensee's personal health. (C) Presentations by political or public figures or other persons that do not deal primarily with dental practice or issues impacting the dental profession. (D) Courses designed to make the licensee a better business person or designed to improve licensee personal profitability, including motivation and marketing. 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