Dr. Morris Robbins
Chairman of the Tennessee Dental Association Committee on Infectious Disease
Dr. Morris Robbins is the chairman of the Tennessee Dental Association Committee on Infectious Disease. He served on the UT Health Science Centerís Infection Control Committee and was appointed to the Governorís Task Force on AIDS for the state of Tennessee. After completing post-graduate study in pathology, Dr Robbins was a faculty member at the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry from 1963 until his retirement in 2001. He has served as president of the Memphis Dental Society, the Tennessee Dental Association, and the Memphis/Shelby County Unit of the American Cancer Society. He was named 2002 Outstanding Alumnus by the University of Tennessee Dental Alumni Association. Dr. Robbins has been an instructor in CPR for several years.
CPR Certification and Re-Certification
Limited participation course with an additional fee of $50 The CPR certification course presents the American Heart Association health care provider course and provides certification for period of two years. The course will offer both a lecture and practice on CPR mannequins. Certification topics to be covered include background information about heart disease, risk factors, prudent heart living, heart-lung function, management of foreign body airway obstruction, and adult and pediatric resuscitation. Instruction will include a review of all background material, new material and new methods, as well as supervised mannequin and AED practice.