February CE: Oral Health Implications of Individuals with Substance Use Disorder

Join us for our February CE with the one, the only, the leader, the former Austinite, Julie Martin!!

Course Title:

Oral Health Implications of Individuals with Substance Use Disorder


This course is an overview of oral health implications of patients with a variety of substance use disorders and how dental healthcare providers can screen, address, and provide resources for those patients struggling with substance use disorders.

Course Objectives

  1. Oral health signs of substance use disorders for methamphetamine use, opioid use (legal & Illegal rx), and alcohol
  2. Screening for Substance Use Disorder (SAMSHA Indices) for methamphetamine use, opioid use, and alcohol use
  3. Addressing the issues and providing resources for methamphetamine, opioids, and alcohol use


Speaker Julie L. Martin, RDH, MSDH, MPH, MAADH, ECP-III

Julie has been in the dental profession for over 30 years spanning from her early years in the Air Force to current. She has versatile experience in private practice, public health outreach, academic education, and has been published in the Journal of Dental Hygiene. Currently, Julie is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Dental Hygiene at Wichita State University’s College of Health Professions where she teaches Community Health Management and Research along with all levels of clinical education. Julie has been an active ADHA member from component, constituent, and national levels. She is currently the President of the American Academy of Dental Hygienists.

Seminar Information: 

Date: Thursday, February 9, 2023

Location: GADHA Zoom Webinar platform 

Time: 6:30 PM Membership Meeting; 7:00 PM Lecture start

CE units – 1.5 Maximum
Cost to attendees: Free – $25

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