February 9, 2011

Last December, the DALE Foundation staff headed to La Grange, Ill., for an all-day photo shoot at the Community Nurse Health Association’s (CNHA) dental clinic. The DALE Foundation, along with partner NogginLabs, took photos of appropriate infection control protocol in the dental office.

The photos were used in the DANB ICE Review course. "We chose the Community Nurse Health Association’s dental clinic because the facility is beautiful, clean and bright," COO of the DALE Foundation Liz Koch, M.Ed., M.P.H., explains. "We also selected CNHA because its mission of enhancing the community through access to dental healthcare is so important to both the community and the oral healthcare profession."

"We are thrilled that we were selected," notes Shirl Cannon, CNHA Dental Services Manager. "We give back to the community by providing oral healthcare and now we can give back to the dental assistant profession by providing resources for staff development and continuing education."

Judith Dean, D.D.S., a contracted Community Nurse provider, was instrumental in bringing all the components together to make the shoot possible and served as the key subject matter expert for photo content.

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