PDSC
PO Box 65832
Tucson, AZ  85728-5832 (520) 326-5567 pimadental@gmail.com
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Event Details

Location
 Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch 
5501 N. Hacienda del Sol (299-1501) 

Time
6:00 p.m. Registration
Check in even if you prepaid.

6:45 pm to 8:45 pm
Dinner Meeting, Introductions and the Presentation
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Credits: 2 Hours CE

2018 Fees

Check or Cash
Members:  $60
Nonmembers:  $85

Paypal:  ADD $3
Members:  $63
Nonmembers: $88

Late Registration & Walk-in Fee:  Add $10

Prepayment is always appreciated

Pay by Cash, Check Registration or by Mail
Paypal only through the website link.
CE Registration Information 

Deadline
Always at Midnight on the Thursday prior to the meeting

Registration
Submit your name & menu 
selection to PDSC 

via 
the Registration Link
or 
Email:
 pimadental@gmail.com

All registrations are confirmed with a reply.

Kindly keep conversations, texts and phone calls outside the CE meeting room.  Set phones to silent mode or turn them off.    Thank you!
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Friendly Reminders

The CE fee is due for cancellations made after the reservation deadline. (You may send a substitute in your place. Your late fees and nonmember rate applies)   
Meals & timely service not guaranteed for late registrants, late arrivals or walk-ins
Program, speakers & meals are subject to change
PDSC charges $5 to bill for CE meeting fees upon request, for unpaid late fees and no-shows
No-shows, including guests, are billed to the person who makes the reservation
First time guests may attend at the member rate, after this, the non-member rate applies (late fees apply for late registrants)
Payment does not constitute a registration, always register to avoid late or walk-in fees

PDSC CE Program

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

​Risk Assessment for the Dental Practice

presented by

Susan I. McLellan, RN, JD
Schneider & Onofry, PC, Attorneys at Law

• Practice tips to reduce the risk of a Board complaint
• Communication practices to prevent patient dissatisfaction
• Managing an adverse outcome during a dental procedure
• Discharging the problem patient from the practice

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