Opioid Continuing Education

The ODA is offering an online opioid CE course to help dentists meet the Ohio State Dental Board requirement to complete two hours of continuing education on opioid prescribing and related issues for license renewal. The course will also count towards the requirement for DEA-registered practitioners to complete 8 hours of training on treatment and management of patients with opioid or other substance use disorders.  This online course is free as a benefit of your membership.




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Nov 13 2023
We advocate on your behalf Each year, ODA leaders, lobbyists and legal counsel track dozens of bills and numerous regulations that impact the practice of dentistry. We work to: Protect against unnecessary government intrusion. Fight unfair insurance practices and frivolous lawsuits. Improve access to quality, comprehensive dental ... [continue reading]
Nov 13 2023
Increasing the number of dental assistants and hygienists in the workforce has been a top priority for the Ohio Dental Association over the past several years. “The staffing shortages faced by dentists across the state have reached a critical level,” said ODA President Dr. Manny Chopra in a speech to the ODA House of Delegates in September. ... [continue reading]
Nov 13 2023
Registration for the ODA Annual Session includes access to up to 26 hours of online CE, free with the cost of registration. Online CE will be available until Dec. 31, 2023. Online CE courses are available to help dentists and their staff meet requirements, including radiography review, OSHA exposure control training, opioid CE and an OHASP ... [continue reading]