OSAP launches new Web site Online DENTAL TRIBUNE | April 201014A AD The Organization for Safety & Asepsis Procedures (OSAP) has launched a new Web site at www.osap.org. The OSAP Web site is the gateway for accessing up-to-the-minute research-based information on infection control and safety in dentistry. The site features charts, checklists, training tools, con- tinuing education programs, news summaries and more. Much of the content is avail- able to the public, but OSAP members are able to access special content and features. A new social networking capability allows OSAP mem- bers to connect with each other, as well as follow the organization on Facebook and Twitter, view photos and vid- eos on Flickr and YouTube, and subscribe to the RSS feed. A Safety Mall offers prod- ucts and services relating to infection control and includes downloadable materials for those with an immediate need. The new site features a fresh look and many new features. Special content is avail- able for speakers, consultants, dental professionals and oth- ers concerned about infection control and safety in dentistry. Visitors can also get infor- mation and register for events, such as the 2010 Infection Prevention Symposium, which will be held June 10–13 at the Hyatt Regency in Tampa, Fla. The OSAP Web site is updat- ed on at least a daily basis, but when pandemics, natu- ral disasters or other break- ing developments that impact infection control occur, the site is updated multiple times a day. Visit www.osap.org fre- quently to stay current on fast- changing safety and infection control challenges. About OSAP OSAP is the Organization for Safety and Asepsis Procedures. Founded in 1984, the non- profit association is dentistry’s premier resource for infection control and safety information. Through its publications, courses, Web site and world- wide collaborations, OSAP and the tax-exempt OSAP Foun- dation support education, research, service and policy development to promote safety and the control of infectious diseases in dental health-care settings worldwide. (Source: OSAP) Missed the last edition of Dental Tribune? You can now read some of its content online! ADA says panels need working dentists and more should receive care www.dental-tribune.com/articles/content/ scope/politics/region/usa/id/1699 D. Walter Cohen: An iconic icon www.dental-tribune.com/articles/content/ scope/specialities/section/general_dentistry/ id/1656 Dentist offers free exams and cleanings, raises money for environment www.dental-tribune.com/articles/content/ scope/news/region/usa/id/1732 Levin shares his views on challenges facing dentists www.dental-tribune.com/articles/content/ scope/specialities/section/practice_manage- ment/id/1686 Here’s some other online content that may also be of interest to you … Hinman Meeting draws 23,000 attendees to Atlanta www.dental-tribune.com/articles/content/ scope/news/region/usa/id/1792 Immediate single-tooth replacement, provi- sionalization www.dental-tribune.com/articles/content/ scope/specialities/section/implantology/id/1774 (Photo/OSAP) www.dental-tribune.com

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