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Oral Health Education Program


The Northeast Caribbean AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) Oral Health Resource Center offers a wide array of training programs. Training services include didactic presentations, interactive workshops, case discussions, preceptorships, consultations, technical advisement and assistance with practice transformation. Most trainings include free continuing dental and dental hygiene credits.

The programs’ goals are:

- Train health practitioners to competently manage all aspects of oral health care.

- Train health care providers to work inter-professionally to advance the best health outcomes for their HIV patients.

Video Part 1: Head and Neck Exam for Healthcare Providers

Video Part 2: Identification of Oral Anatomical Structures Often Misdiagnosed as Pathology

Video Part 3: Cancer Premalignant Lesions

- Caries Risk Assessment

- HIV Testing in the Dentail Chair

- Management and Identification of oral lesions in HIV

Learn more by exploring our Assessment Card for Primary Care Providers and our course offerings.

View our most recent webinars, Oral Health Considerations for the Primary Care Team, here, and Substance Use and Oral Health, here


We provide trainings to dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants and other clinical health providers in all practice settings including private practices, community health centers, hospital and long-term care.


We are able to provide face-to-face training at your organization or at one our training sites.


For more information, please contact the NECA AETC Central Office at 646-774-6978.

Site Contact:    Howard Lavigne, Program Director,

                          Laura O’Shea, Project Coordinator,

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