We’re living in a world where you either keep up or get left behind, and this is especially applicable in the dental profession. The tools we use and the procedures we do are always evolving, meaning you can never be too up-to-date with the latest in dentistry. How do you pick the right CEs? What are some of the things you need to do to get the most out of your CEs?
Today, I’ll discuss how CEs improve your practice and how the value you get from expensive CEs are worth it. I describe the preparations required to maximize your CE experience. I explain why you sometimes have to get bad CEs. I share the key reasons why all your team members have to attend CEs. I also discuss the reasons why CEs that get you started quickly are the most imperative.
“Quite frankly, whether I liked or didn’t like it, I needed CEs for my practice.” – Tarun Agarwal
This week on T-Bone Speaks Dentistry Podcast:
- Making the most out of your CE time and money
- The preparations and plans you need before, during, and after the CE course
- The types of CEs available to dentists and the one they love most
- How to choose the right CE
- The CEs I took to survive and thrive
- My view of CEs when I was a small business and my views of CEs today
- Why you should take some “dud” CEs.
- What team members to take to CE
- The common denominators on my most effective CE programs
- The significance of telling your team how important CEs are to you
- How to get the most out of CEs
- The value of learning something that gets you started the fastest
Our Favorite Quotes:
- “When it becomes important to you, it becomes important to them.”
- “When you go to CE, do the procedure the week you get back.”
- “If you only take great CEs, you’re not pushing yourself.” – Tarun Agarwal
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