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Continuing Education Program

 Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch 
5501 N. Hacienda del Sol
Tucson, Arizona
(520) 299-1501

6:00 p.m. Registration
Check in even if you prepaid.

6:45 pm to 8:45 pm
Dinner Meeting, Introductions and the Presentation
Credits: 2 Hours CE

2020 Fees

$65 members & their 1st time guests
$85 non-members
Add $10 for late registrants and walk-ins
Add $20 for billing upon request or if unpaid after 30 days

Prepayment is always appreciated

Cash, Check Registration or by Mail
Paypal only through the website link.

Submit your payment within 30 days after the CE meeting.  After that, we will bill you plus $20.

Billing Policy

To bill upon request and 
for those who have not paid their CE fees within 30 days after a CE meeting , the club will add a billing fee of $20 to your balance.
CE Registration Information 

PDSC CE meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of the month from September through May.

Registration Deadline
Registrations are  
always due at Midnight on the Thursday prior to the meeting

To Register
Submit your name & menu 
selection to PDSC 
the Registration Link
All registrations are confirmed with a reply or an email.

Pay your CE Fees:
Kindly keep conversations, texts and phone calls outside the CE meeting room.  Set phones to silent mode or turn them off.    Thank you!
Registration Fees
Friendly Reminders
The CE fee is due for cancellations made after the reservation deadline. You may send a substitute in your place or contact the club office to see if we are able to assign a sub for you.
Meals & timely service not guaranteed for late registrants, late arrivals or walk-ins
Program, speakers & meals are subject to change
No-shows, including guests, are billed to the person who makes the reservation
Payment does not constitute a registration, always register to avoid late or walk-in fees
Next Continuing Education Meeting

​Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Robert Segal, MD
Professor of Medicine and Dermatology
The University of Arizona

Essentials of Contact Allergic Dermatitis for Dental Health Professionals

What exactly is Contact Allergic Dermatitis? Why are Dental Health Professionals at such a high risk? Understanding patch testing. Modern therapy to control dermatitis. 
Allergy to dental implants (Yes - it's a thing)    Managing the risks.

Thanks to our March CE Sponsors


Berry Salad:  Fresh berries, goat cheese, candied walnuts, and orange white balsamic vinaigrette.

Choice of one Entree

Grilled Filet with Balsamic Demi-glace:  Grilled Filet, Confit Cherry Tomatoes, Golden Balsamic Glazed Cippolini Onion, Cauliflower, Baby Sunburst Squash, Purple Peruvian Pommes Puree, Balsamic Demi-Glace.

Seared Ruby Trout with Lemon Caper Buerre Blanc and a Mediterranean Tomato Relish:
Seared Ruby Trout, Roasted Cauliflower, Baby Sunburst Squash, Golden Balsamic Glazed Cippolini Onion Purple Peruvian Pommes Puree, Lemon Caper Beurre Blanc, Mediterranean Tomato Relish
Grilled Marinated Tofu:  Herbs, Mushrooms, Grilled Asparagus and Baby Carrots Lemon Leek Vinaigrette Roasted Fingerlings and Confit Tomato

Dessert:  Chocolate Mint Cake
All with Hacienda Rustic Breads and Butter, Coffees, Teas