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Chapter 4 of the Adams School of Dentistry's (ASOD) Infection Control Manual details immunization and training requirements for ASOD personnel (including faculty, staff, and residents) and students, with guidance on infectious / communicable diseases.
Chapter 1 of the Adams School of Dentistry's Infection Control Manual explains the manual's purpose, to whom the manual applies, definitions of key terms, general policy provisions, and responsibilities of employees and students to perform safe and ethical care.
Policy provides guidance and requirements for maintaining a BLS/CPR certification. UNC Adams School of Dentistry (ASOD) personnel that are involved in professional contact with patients, clients, families, and/or human subjects are required to present prior to their start date and bi-annually thereafter, documentation of completion of an approved Basic Life Support (BLS) certification.
Chapter 3 of the Adams School of Dentistry's Infection Control Manual explains how to document and report various incidents.
Adams School of Dentistry policy and procedure related to DDS and DH student compliance requirements, expectations, and consequences for Non-Compliance.
This document describes the grading structure of and standards for courses in the DDS program within the Advocate-Clinician-Thinker (ACT) curriculum.
To be eligible for promotion, students must successfully complete all course work and appropriate examinations/competencies, satisfy assigned patient care responsibilities, and comply with the technical standards for the semester under review. The determination of promotion is made by the Academic Performance Committee.
This policy reflects the School’s strongest commitment to support a tobacco free campus and its ongoing mission to improve the health and well-being of the general public at large.
This Policy provides guidelines to the UNC Health Care System (UNCHCS) and the University of the School of Medicine (SOM) Covered Personnel on how to engage with Vendors in ways that protect personal and institutional integrity.
Chapter 10 of the Adams School of Dentistry's (ASOD) Infection Control Manual explains the ASOD's operatory infection control procedures, including armamentarium availability in operatories, cleaning and disinfection of operatory, draping operatory, setup of operatory, sterilized instruments in operatories, dismissing the patient from the operatory, end of day operatory procedure, personal items in the operatory, and maintaining the chain of asepsis and limiting contamination.
Chapter 9 of the Adams School of Dentistry's (ASOD) Infection Control Manual explains the ASOD's requirements for Dental Unit Waterlines (DUWL) and vacuum maintenance, including general information on water quality, DUWL maintenance procedures, DUWL monitoring, DUWL shock treatment and installation of treatment straws, DUWL disinfection procedures, DUWL flushing procedures, and maintenance and replacement of vacuum lines, traps, and vacuum materials.
Chapter 11 of the Adams School of Dentistry's (ASOD) Infection Control Manual explains the ASOD's requirements for instrument preparation, sterilization, and storage, including transporting and instrument inspection, processing of instruments, processing of handpieces, identification of instrument level, sterilization and disinfection methodologies, instrument shelf life, and storage and usage.
Faculty and staff of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine (SOM) may be requested to provide medicolegal reviews, professional consultations, and expert testimony. This Policy provides rules for how SOM faculty and staff must conduct these activities.
This General Order (G.O.) ensures the immediate availability of a jurisdictional map for University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) Police Department on-duty telecommunicators. Several maps are available electronically.
This provides guidance on post-tenure review for School of Nursing associate professors, including those seeking promotion, professors, and division heads.