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When: February 7, 2025, Starting @ 8am EST
Where: Online!
Credits: Up to 6 CE/CME
Price: $49 - $230 (Varies Based on Ticket Level)

Join our Midwinter Virtual Event, an exciting online gathering for dental and medical pros focusing on these key AAOSH Core Curriculum Categories: Genetics, Behavioral Influences, Increasing Health, Literacy & the Psychology of Healing, Adult Airway & Sleep Disorders, Brain Health, and Gut Health & Microbiome. Earn up to 6 CE/CME credits while delving into essential oral and systemic health insights!

Boost your practice outcomes and network with experts in this dynamic virtual setting. Don't miss out on this transformative opportunity! Register today for a fun and insightful dive into oral-systemic health from the comfort of your home.


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Deep Dive Into These Core Curriculum Categories:

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The AAOSH Core Curriculum on Genetics delves into the profound impact that genetic factors have on oral and overall health. This program equips healthcare professionals with the knowledge to understand how genetic predispositions can influence the risk and progression of various conditions, including periodontal disease and oral cancer. Participants will explore the latest advancements in genetic research and learn how to integrate genetic insights into personalized treatment plans. By mastering this curriculum, professionals can enhance their ability to deliver tailored, preventive, and effective care that considers each patient's unique genetic makeup.

Discover the AAOSH Core Curriculum on Genetics HERE to enhance your practice and transform your patients' oral health. 

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The AAOSH Core Curriculum on Behavioral Influences, Increasing Health Literacy, & the Psychology of Healing explores the critical role that behaviors and lifestyle choices play in oral and systemic health. This program educates healthcare professionals on how factors such as diet, stress, smoking, and oral hygiene practices impact patient outcomes. By understanding these behavioral influences, practitioners can develop more effective, personalized strategies for promoting healthy habits and preventing disease. This curriculum empowers professionals to address the root causes of health issues, encouraging lasting behavior changes that lead to improved overall well-being for their patients.

Dive into the AAOSH Core Curriculum on Behavioral Influences, Increasing Health Literacy, & the Psychology of Healing HERE to advance your expertise and significantly benefit your patients. 

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The AAOSH Core Curriculum on Adult Airway & Sleep Disorders focuses on the critical relationship between airway health and overall wellness, providing in-depth knowledge and practical skills for identifying and managing airway-related issues in adults. This program covers the latest research and techniques in diagnosing and treating conditions like sleep apnea, snoring, and other breathing disorders. By mastering these concepts, healthcare providers can significantly improve patient outcomes, addressing not only oral health but also systemic health concerns.

Dive into the AAOSH Core Curriculum on Adult Airway & Sleep Disorders HERE to enhance your practice and offer comprehensive care that truly makes a difference.

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The AAOSH Core Curriculum on Brain Health delves into the vital connection between oral health and cognitive function. This comprehensive program educates healthcare professionals on how periodontal disease, oral infections, and other dental issues can impact brain health and contribute to conditions like Alzheimer's and dementia. By understanding these links, practitioners can implement preventive measures and treatments that promote both oral and neurological health. This curriculum equips professionals with the knowledge to improve patient outcomes by addressing the oral systemic connections that influence brain health, ultimately enhancing patients' overall quality of life.

Explore the AAOSH Core Curriculum on Brain Health HERE to refine your practice and profoundly influence your patients' well-being. 

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The AAOSH Core Curriculum on Gut Health & Microbiome explores the critical relationship between oral health and the digestive system. This program provides healthcare professionals with insights into how oral microbiomes and infections can affect gut health, contributing to conditions such as leaky gut, inflammatory bowel disease, and other digestive disorders. By understanding these connections, practitioners can offer holistic treatment plans that address both oral and gut health, promoting overall wellness. This curriculum empowers professionals to integrate oral systemic health strategies into their practice, enhancing patient care and well-being.

Integrate the AAOSH Core Curriculum on Gut Health & Microbiome HERE to optimize your practice and achieve remarkable results for your patients. 

What can I expect at an AAOSH Regional Event?

Our regional events bring together top professionals in the field for a day-long gathering aimed at advancing knowledge, sharing expertise, and promoting collaboration. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from influential speakers, participate in interactive sessions, and network with peers. By the end of the event, participants will have gained a deeper understanding of the connection between oral health and overall wellness. They will be equipped with the tools and insights needed to make a meaningful impact in their practices.



Presented virtually via Zoom, our typical agenda starts with a program kick-off and an overview of the day’s events and our speakers. Throughout the day, you will hear from practitioners who will share their research, best practices, and strategies in oral and systemic health. We will uncover strategies you can adopt to succeed as an oral and systemic practice. We’ll also dive deeper into the data building blocks used in performance analysis and decision-making. The agenda will focus on identifying growth opportunities and uncovering insights into building strong patient relationships. This virtual event will also offer attendees opportunities to network with similar organizations and individuals leading the charge in oral and systemic health. 

MidWinter Regional 2024 Agenda

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Tanya Dunlap, PhD is a Vice President at Perio Protect, where she has worked since 2005. For several years she served as the research liaison for the company, working with researchers and investigators who were testing Perio Tray® therapy in controlled clinical trials and microbiology studies. Her expertise in adjunctive periodontal therapy is grounded in the data, explaining how the prescription trays work and which patient candidates can benefit from them.


Dr. Barbara McClatchie, DDS is on a mission to enrich the quality of life for every person she meets. Her practice, Complete Health Dentistry of Columbus, employs a team of professionals specializing in general restorative dentistry and uses researched-based methods that ensure optimal oral, mouth and heart health. As an accredited provider of the Bale Doneen Method, she works in partnership with the Heart Attack Stroke Prevention Center of Central Ohio and supports other dentists to help patients prevent heart attacks and strokes. She is a founding member of American Academy of Oral Systemic Health, an organization bringing medical and dental professionals together as patient advocates for better patient outcomes.


Dr. Eric Goulder, MD, FACC is the founder of the Heart Attack Stroke Prevention Center of Central Ohio (HASPC), which opened in July 2017 in Worthington, Ohio. After graduating from The Ohio State University College
of Medicine in 1976, he worked for twenty years at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. He then worked for ten years as a cardiologist, affiliated with Marietta Memorial Hospital, until he opened the HASPC of Central Ohio. In 2012, Dr. Goulder was introduced to the Bale Doneen (BD) Method, which incorporates the most current, research-based information along with painless non-invasive tests, simple blood tests and genetic information to help predict and prevent heart attacks and ischemic strokes. He has since become an accredited provider of the BD Method. At the
HASPC, Dr. Goulder will check and treat patients for hidden heart attack and stroke risk using the BD Method, which is employed by hundreds of practitioners worldwide.

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Dr. Poulsen was born in Racine, WI and a graduate of Wisconsin Lutheran College with Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. He obtained his BSN and Doctor of Nursing Practice from Valparaiso University in Indiana. He was certified in Palliative Medicine and Hospice Care through the Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing Association in 2018.

Dr. Poulsen has been working for the last 6 years in Palliative Medicine and Pain Management at St. Joseph Health System in Mishawaka, IN. He has been in healthcare for 25 years over 5 hospital systems and 4 outpatient settings. He is a member of Hospice and Palliative Nursing Association and American Society for Pain Management Nursing. He is currently serving as the Chairman for Pain Management Committee and member of Provision of Care Council at St. Joseph Health System. Dr. Poulsen is also an Associate Adjunct Professor at Valparaiso University School of Nursing.

He currently resides in Granger, IN with his wife Dr. Rachel Poulsen, DDS, three children (Liam, Lily, and Levi) and their dog Wrigley. Dr. Poulsen and his family are joyfully active in their Church. He and his family also enjoy Taekwondo which Dr. and Dr. Poulsen and Liam are 1st degree black belts. Lily and Levi are working hard to reach their goal of being black belts.


Dr. Haroldo Magarinos is a Chilean dentist with expertise in periodontics, oral medicine, and surgical implantology.

After a decade of conventional practice and university teaching, he followed his passion and became a board-certified naturopathic doctor.

Additionally, he has expertise in integrative biological dental medicine, homeopathy, live blood analysis, peptide therapy, and advanced clinical ozone therapy.

Dr. Haroldo has long been a strong advocate of the study of the human microbiome, with the conviction that treating patients with dysbiosis can prevent and even correct many prevalent forms of chronic disease.

Using his knowledge and experience in this field, he has been able to improve the lives of hundreds of people who wanted a deeper understanding and management of the underlying causes of their health problems.

He is the co-founder and clinical director of Revolution Gut Health, an online platform that provides counseling services to anyone interested in learning about and improving microbiome-related health conditions.


AAOSH Member - Dentist or Physician
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Other Professional
(Member) $49
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Non-Member - Dentist or Physician
(Non-Member) $230
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Other Professional
(Non-Member) $99
(Member or Non-Member) $25
Registration Includes Up to 6 CE/CME Credits!


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Share Your Knowledge and Research!
AAOSH would like to encourage practitioners, academics, and research professionals to submit abstracts for presentation at our upcoming Midwest Regional hybrid event. Using the form link, kindly furnish a concise description outlining your presentation. This description should encompass at least two learning objectives and two practical applications that attendees, predominantly practitioners, can expect to acquire through participation in your seminar.

ENTER SUBMISSION: October 27, 2023


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