Act 31 and Act 124 CE Requirements



Several in-person courses have been scheduled to help member dentists comply with these CE requirements needed for relicensure in March 2019:

In-person courses:
Greater Philadelphia
Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Act 31 – 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Offered at the Greater Philadelphia Valley Forge Dental Conference, Valley Forge Casino Resort and Convention Center
More information will be available in October. Please visit www.gpvfdc.org.

Friday, March 22, 2019
Act 31 – 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Offered by the Philadelphia County Dental Society and PDA at the Philadelphia Hilton City Avenue Hotel, Philadelphia
More information will be available in October. 

Online CE courses to fulfill Act 31 and Act 124 CE requirements:
The Act 31 and Act 124 CE requirements can be fulfilled online. Visit the Pennsylvania State Board of Dentistry’s website for a list of approved Act 31 providers at www.dos.pa.gov/dentistry (click on Announcements and then Board Approved Act 31 Providers). Dental licensees (dentists, hygienists and EFDAs) can take any of the courses approved for mandated reporters or healthcare professionals or related specifically to dentistry.
Or, complete the complimentary online course available at www.reportabusepa.pitt.edu. The course is three hours and the State Board will recognize two of the three hours toward the CE hours needed for license renewal.
 
For Act 124, the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Office (PDMP Office) developed a series of seven modules, each for one hour of credit, available at: https://www.train.org/pa/search?type=course&query=%22PA-PDMP%22
Modules 3–7 can be used to meet the Act 124 of 2016 opioid education requirements and dentists need to complete two modules.