Health Communication’s Virtual Learning Series
This learning series is a product of the Texas Fluoridation Campaign, a collaborative partnership between the Texas Oral Health Coalition, the Texas Health Institute, and the University of Texas Center for Health Communication in an effort to provide detailed information on how to create successful health messages to improve health outcomes.
Health Communication’s Self-Instructional Virtual Learning Series
The learning series presented by Matt Jacobs live is also being recorded as self-instructional virtual courses for dental continuing education credit and will be posted on this website two weeks after each live presentation. This provides health professionals the ability to view previous lectures and complete the evaluation process for dental CEU.
Texas Oral Health Virtual Conference
Registration is now open for the 2020 Texas Oral Health Virtual Conference. The Conference will now be a series of weekly 1-2 hour continuing education sessions each Friday beginning July 10, 2020 through August 7, 2020. To access registration and view the conference schedule, session descriptions and speaker information, please click the link below. Continuing education credit for multiple disciplines will be provided for this event.
UT Health Telementoring ECHO Sessions
UTHealth School of Dentistry at Houston is a Dental and Oral Health Hub of Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes). The Project ECHO “telementoring model” began at the University of New Mexico and links expert specialists at academic hubs through virtual conferencing lectures and meetings with primary care practitioners in rural and underserved locations around the world.
UTHealth School of Dentistry at Houston Hub of Project ECHO® is partnering with the Texas Oral Health Coalition to provide “free CE credit lectures and consultations” by our specialists. We welcome dental and healthcare providers in all disciplines around the world to join our program and to collaborate. This will be part of leading our goal to achieve our school’s vision of “Improving Oral Health … Improving Overall Health” and Project ECHO’s mission to move knowledge, not people!