Our Frequently Ask Questions
Our next event will take place in May of 2018
All clinical volunteers must have a current, active PA license to practice. License numbers will be requested on the volunteer registration form in the required disciplines. The MOM-n-PA event will maintain standard infection control practices at all times. All clinical individuals involved in patient treatment must carry the appropriate malpractice insurance coverage, and ensure that the coverage allows you to participate in a volunteer treatment event.
Out-of-state clinical personnel without a volunteer PA license may attend the MOM-n-PA as observers or participate in non-clinical volunteer roles, but because of state licensing rules may not take part in clinical activities. Dentists licensed in other states or as faculty or retired dentists can help in areas such as dental laboratory, patient education, patient escorts and dental triage, etc. We'd love to have your help and can use your expertise.
Out of state Dentists, Hygienists and EFDAs with an active PA volunteer dental license can treat patients. To get a Volunteer PA License Application go to VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
Housing for MOM-n-Pa Mission 2017 will open in March. Hotel information and discounted blocked rooms will be part of the registration process which opens in February.
Clinicians should plan to bring protective eye wear, face shield and any other personal protective equipment you use in your office. Headlamps and extra batteries are also recommended to increase visibility.
A disposable gown, masks and gloves will be provided. Instruments and supplies will be also be provided but if you have favorites you may wish to bring your own instruments and supplies, just make sure they are very clearly labeled. A very limited supply of curing lights will be available, so you may want to consider bringing your own (please label it). We also suggest that assistants bring a stool as MOM-n-PA is unable to provide these for assistants.
What NOT to Bring: Please leave your personal belongings safely at home or locked in the trunk of your car. We do not have a secured area for you to leave them at the mission.
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