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RECORD 1
TITLE
Aspects from the biography of professor Cornel Tiberiu Opris. The beginnings
AUTHOR NAMES
Rotaru A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Rotaru A., hrotaru@yahoo.com) Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery,
Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A. Rotaru, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Iuliu Hatieganu
University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Email:
hrotaru@yahoo.com
SOURCE
Clujul Medical (2016) 89:4 (569-573). Date of Publication: 2016
ISSN
2066-8872 (electronic)
1222-2119
BOOK PUBLISHER
Universitatea de Medicina si Farmacie Iuliu Hatieganu
ABSTRACT
Professor Cornel Tiberiu Opris was the founder of the clinic for Oral and
Maxillofacial Surgery, and also the first to teach this specialty in
Cluj-Napoca in the first half of the twentieth century. Earlier in his
profession, Dr. Cornel Opris went from research into human physiology to
practical activity in the field of surgery, to which he was more attracted.
He was active both in research and Oral and Maxillofacial plastic surgery,
facing unfavorable material and social conditions, exacerbated by the
circumstances of war and the relocation of the Faculty of Medicine to Sibiu.
This article presents the life and work of Prof. Dr. Cornel Opris, with
particular reference to the stage of education, the problems associated with
"family, society and school".
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
literature
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
family
hospital
human
human experiment
male
maxillofacial surgery
occupation
physiology
social status
surgery
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
EMBASE ACCESSION NUMBER
20160835647
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.15386/cjmed-717
COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2016 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.

RECORD 2
TITLE
Dental Students' Use of AMSTAR to Critically Appraise Systematic Reviews
AUTHOR NAMES
Teich S.T.
Heima M.
Lang L.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Teich S.T.) Dr. Teich is Associate Professor and Associate Dean of Clinical
Operations, Department of Comprehensive Care, School of Dental Medicine,
Case Western Reserve University; Dr. Heima is Assistant Professor,
Department of Pediatric Dentistry, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western
Reserve University; and Dr. Lang is Associate Professor and Chair,
Department of Comprehensive Care, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western
Reserve University. sorin@case.edu
(Heima M.) Dr. Teich is Associate Professor and Associate Dean of Clinical
Operations, Department of Comprehensive Care, School of Dental Medicine,
Case Western Reserve University; Dr. Heima is Assistant Professor,
Department of Pediatric Dentistry, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western
Reserve University; and Dr. Lang is Associate Professor and Chair,
Department of Comprehensive Care, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western
Reserve University
(Lang L.) Dr. Teich is Associate Professor and Associate Dean of Clinical
Operations, Department of Comprehensive Care, School of Dental Medicine,
Case Western Reserve University; Dr. Heima is Assistant Professor,
Department of Pediatric Dentistry, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western
Reserve University; and Dr. Lang is Associate Professor and Chair,
Department of Comprehensive Care, School of Dental Medicine, Case Western
Reserve University
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2015) 79:9 (1031-1039). Date of Publication: 1
Sep 2015
ISSN
1930-7837 (electronic)
ABSTRACT
The idea of basing clinical procedures upon evidence gathered by observation
is less than 200 years old, with the first set of evidence-based position
papers dating back only to the early 1970s. The relationship between
evidence-based education and health outcomes is difficult to test and may be
indirect, but teaching critical appraisal skills may be beneficial in
developing knowledge. Systematic reviews have a central role in the process
of clinical decision making in practice and therefore should be of high
quality, following a rigorous protocol that can be evaluated with validated
tools. The aim of this study was to assess how dental students utilized the
Assessment of Multiple Systematic Reviews (AMSTAR) appraisal tool to
evaluate systematic reviews in the context of a treatment planning course.
During the in-class final exam, students were required to appraise the
quality of a systematic review and to justify their answers. Of the 74
third-year students who took the exam, 100% answered all questions on the
AMSTAR form. The mean number of correct answers was nine (SD=1.047, Min=6,
Max=10), with no student providing all 11 correct answers. The fact that
nearly 90% of the students provided eight or more correct answers suggests
that AMSTAR can be used by students to evaluate the methodological quality
of systematic reviews. It also was evident that although the AMSTAR tool
requires less than 15 minutes to complete an evaluation, using it requires
extensive training and repetition to achieve consistent and reliable
results.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
checklist
dental student
literature
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
decision making
dental education
dental research
education
evidence based dentistry
human
methodology
patient care planning
publishing
quality control
standards
standards
thinking
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
MEDLINE PMID
26329027 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26329027)
COPYRIGHT
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record.

RECORD 3
TITLE
The JDE's Peer Education: Reviews of the Literature (PERLs)
AUTHOR NAMES
Inglehart M.R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Inglehart M.R.) Dr. Inglehart is Associate Editor of the JDE and Professor,
Department of Periodontics and Oral Medicine, School of Dentistry and
Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychology, College of Literature, Science,
and Arts, University of Michigan; mri@umich.edu. Faculty members, students,
or residents interested in organizing a PERLs section should contact her
with their ideas
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2015) 79:8 (887). Date of Publication: 1 Aug
2015
ISSN
1930-7837 (electronic)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
publication
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
cooperation
human
literature
patient care
peer review
United States
vocational education
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
26246525 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26246525)
COPYRIGHT
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record.

RECORD 4
TITLE
Evidence-based dental education and systematic reviews
AUTHOR NAMES
Karimbux N.Y.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Karimbux N.Y.)
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2015) 79:1 (3-4). Date of Publication: 1 Jan
2015
ISSN
1930-7837 (electronic)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
education
literature
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
dental research
evidence based dentistry
human
methodology
practice guideline
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
25576546 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25576546)
COPYRIGHT
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record.

RECORD 5
TITLE
Skills in assessing the professional literature (SAPL): a 7-year analysis of
student EBD performance
AUTHOR NAMES
Katz R.V.
Shamia H.A.
Dearing B.A.
Kang P.D.
Li L.
Chang A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Katz R.V.) Department of Epidemiology & Health Promotion, NYU College of
Dentistry, 345 E. 24th St, New York, NY 10010, USA. Electronic address:
ralph.katz@nyu.edu
(Shamia H.A.) Department of Epidemiology & Health Promotion, NYU College of
Dentistry, 345 E. 24th St, New York, NY 10010, USA
(Dearing B.A.) Department of Epidemiology & Health Promotion, NYU College of
Dentistry, 345 E. 24th St, New York, NY 10010, USA
(Kang P.D.) Department of Epidemiology & Health Promotion, NYU College of
Dentistry, 345 E. 24th St, New York, NY 10010, USA
(Li L.) Department of Epidemiology & Health Promotion, NYU College of
Dentistry, 345 E. 24th St, New York, NY 10010, USA
(Chang A.) Intensive Care Unit, NYU Langone Medical Center, 550 1(st) Ave,
New York, NY 10003, USA
SOURCE
The journal of evidence-based dental practice (2014) 14:3 (102-110). Date of
Publication: 1 Sep 2014
ISSN
1532-3390 (electronic)
ABSTRACT
PURPOSE: The primary goal of this project was to describe the level of
knowledge acquisition using detailed test performance outcomes of the EBD
SAPL curriculum over its first 7-years of implementation at the NYU College
of Dentistry. A secondary goal was to compare performance outcomes impact of
the full 60 h base SAPL curriculum as taught to 4-year DDS students vs an
abbreviated 30 h base SAPL curriculum as taught to 3-year Advanced Placement
DDS students.METHODS: The findings for the period 2004-2010 are reported for
1647 dental students (63.6% 4-year DDS students, 36.3% 3-year Advanced
Placement DDS students). The database consisted of the score earned by each
student on each individual question of the SAPL course's 4 h final
examination in which each student read an original research article and
answered all questions on the Literature Analysis Form.RESULTS: The major
findings were overall high performance by both groups of students (SAPL exam
scores of 85.8 vs 83.7, respectively) as well as very similar outcomes
between these two student groups on: 1) recognizing research design elements
and on interpreting those design elements for clinical application, 2)
detailed performance of knowledge within the specific five traditional
sections of research articles, and 3) detailed performance across 18
identified research design topics.CONCLUSION: In conclusion, both course
formats appear to be highly effective for their respective student groups,
but should not be interpreted as evidence favoring the shorter format given
the different characteristics of the two student groups.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental student
education
procedures
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
comparative study
curriculum
decision making
dental education
dental research
evidence based dentistry
human
methodology
program evaluation
thinking
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
MEDLINE PMID
25234208 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25234208)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jebdp.2014.06.004
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record.

RECORD 6
TITLE
Dental art: students analyse historic practices through art
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
British dental journal (2014) 216:3 (100-101). Date of Publication: 1 Feb
2014
ISSN
1476-5373 (electronic)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
art
dental education
dental student
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
history
human
information center
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
24504276 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24504276)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/sj.bdj.2014.60
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record.

RECORD 7
TITLE
Problem-based learning in dental education: a systematic review of the
literature.
AUTHOR NAMES
Bassir S.H.
Sadr-Eshkevari P.
Amirikhorheh S.
Karimbux N.Y.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Bassir S.H., hossein_bassir@hsdm.harvard.edu) Division of Periodontology,
Harvard School of Dental Medicine, 188 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02115;
(Sadr-Eshkevari P.; Amirikhorheh S.; Karimbux N.Y.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S.H. Bassir, Division of Periodontology, Harvard School of Dental Medicine,
188 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02115; Email: hossein_bassir@hsdm.harvard.edu
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2014) 78:1 (98-109). Date of Publication: Jan
2014
ISSN
1930-7837 (electronic)
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this systematic review was to compare the effectiveness of
problem-based learning (PBL) with that of traditional (non-PBL) approaches
in dental education. The search strategy included electronic and manual
searches of studies published up to October 2012. The PICO (Population,
Intervention, Comparator, and Outcome) framework was utilized to guide the
inclusion or exclusion of studies. The search strategy identified 436
articles, seventeen of which met the inclusion criteria. No randomized
controlled trial was found comparing the effectiveness of PBL with that of
lecture-based approach at the level of an entire curriculum. Three
randomized controlled trials had evaluated the effectiveness of PBL at a
single course level. The quality assessment rated four studies as being of
moderate quality, while the other studies were assessed as being of weak
quality. This review concludes that there are a very limited number of
well-designed controlled studies evaluating the effectiveness of PBL in
dental education. The data in those studies reveal that PBL does not
negatively influence the acquisition of factual knowledge in dental students
and PBL enhances the ability of students in applying their knowledge to
clinical situations. In addition, PBL positively affects students' perceived
preparedness.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
problem based learning
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
comparative effectiveness
dental curriculum
educational model
educational modules
evidence based dentistry
human
methodology
review
vocational education
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
24385529 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24385529)
COPYRIGHT
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RECORD 8
TITLE
Tree of Peace dedicated at Harvard University School of Dental Medicine.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
The Alpha omegan (2014) 107:2 (48). Date of Publication: 2014 Summer
ISSN
0002-6417
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
art
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
human
international cooperation
Israel
note
symbolism
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
25269226 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25269226)
COPYRIGHT
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record.

RECORD 9
TITLE
Constructing a Royal Dental Hospital Shield--a student technical exercise in
the 1960s.
AUTHOR NAMES
Frost P.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Frost P.M.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
P.M. Frost,
SOURCE
Dental historian : Lindsay Club newsletter (2014) :59 (31-32). Date of
Publication: Jan 2014
ISSN
0958-6687
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history
tooth prosthesis
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
24620438 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24620438)
COPYRIGHT
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record.

RECORD 10
TITLE
University of Saskatchewan receives state-of-the art imaging system.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
Journal (Canadian Dental Association) (2013) 79 (d6). Date of Publication:
2013
ISSN
1488-2159 (electronic)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
computer assisted tomography
dental education
gift giving
tooth radiography
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
Canada
devices
health care organization
human
university
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
23522146 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23522146)
COPYRIGHT
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RECORD 11
TITLE
An explanation of workplace-based assessments in postgraduate dental
training and a review of the current literature
AUTHOR NAMES
Kalsi H.K.
Kalsi J.S.
Fisher N.L.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Kalsi H.K.; Kalsi J.S.; Fisher N.L.) Postgraduate Student in MSc
Conservative Dentistry, UCL Eastman Dental Institute, London
SOURCE
British dental journal (2013) 215:10 (519-524). Date of Publication: 1 Nov
2013
ISSN
1476-5373 (electronic)
ABSTRACT
Workplace-based assessments (WBAs) are trainee-led formative assessments
that measure the highest level of competence of the ability to do a task. So
far WBAs are the only available assessment tools to measure performance
integrated into practice. Over the years, WBAs have become an integral part
of dental foundation and specialty training. The numerous WBAs available can
be broadly categorised into three types. The first type involves observation
of clinical encounters, for example mini-clinical evaluation exercises;
direct observation of procedural skills; and dental evaluation of
performance and procedure-based assessments. The second type involves
discussion of clinical cases, such as case-based discussions. Finally, the
third type includes the mini-peer assessment tool, team assessment of
behaviour, 360° assessments and multi-source feedback, and all involve
receiving feedback from a combination of colleagues, staff and patients.
This article describes the WBAs currently used in postgraduate dental
training and explores their strengths, weaknesses, perceived value by
trainees and trainers and how these tools can be used in a reliable and
valid way.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
standards
workplace
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
clinical competence
education
feedback system
human
observation
peer review
problem based learning
procedures
reproducibility
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
MEDLINE PMID
24264671 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24264671)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/sj.bdj.2013.1098
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record.

RECORD 12
TITLE
Exploring motivational interviewing and its philosophical alignment to an
undergraduate behavioural science programme in dentistry
AUTHOR NAMES
Curtin S.
Trace A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Curtin S., s.curtin@ucc.ie) School of Dentistry, University College Cork,
Cork City, Ireland.
(Trace A.) School of Applied Psychology, University College Cork, Cork City,
Ireland.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S. Curtin, School of Dentistry, University College Cork, Cork City, Ireland.
Email: s.curtin@ucc.ie
SOURCE
European Journal of Dental Education (2013) 17:2 (83-87). Date of
Publication: May 2013
ISSN
1396-5883
1600-0579 (electronic)
BOOK PUBLISHER
Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 9600 Garsington Road, Oxford, United Kingdom.
ABSTRACT
Motivational interviewing (MI) is a client-centred, directive, therapeutic
approach that enhances clients' readiness to change by exploring their
ambivalence about doing so, thus increasing their motivation to change, and
by helping them to commit to the process of change. MI is now being applied
to dentistry in the area of oral health e.g. smoking cessation and the
prevention of early childhood caries. This aligns dentistry with other
healthcare professions in their focus on utilising MI to bring about
behavioural change. This paper focuses on how the profession of dentistry
would benefit from examining how to integrate MI both in undergraduate
teaching and practice. Currently the teaching focus in relation to MI has
centred on the theoretical content and less on underlying philosophy. This
paper explores how a teaching philosophy, as delivered in the behavioural
science programme in the School of Dentistry, University College Cork,
Ireland, can provide a framework for teaching MI. Key components within this
teaching philosophy are: teaching for understanding, developing reflective
practice and student-centred teaching. © 2012 John Wiley & Sons A/S.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
motivational interviewing
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
curriculum
human
Ireland
organization and management
philosophy
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
MEDLINE PMID
23574184 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23574184)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/eje.12009
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RECORD 13
TITLE
What's new on the dental scene? Browsing through the dental literature.
AUTHOR NAMES
Türp J.C.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Türp J.C., jens.tuerp@unibas.ch) Klinik für Rekonstruktive Zahnmedizin und
Myoarthropathien, Universitätskliniken für Zahnmedizin, Hebelstr. 3, 4056,
Basel, Switzerland.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.C. Türp, Klinik für Rekonstruktive Zahnmedizin und Myoarthropathien,
Universitätskliniken für Zahnmedizin, Hebelstr. 3, 4056, Basel, Switzerland.
Email: jens.tuerp@unibas.ch
SOURCE
Journal of orofacial orthopedics = Fortschritte der Kieferorthopädie :
Organ/official journal Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kieferorthopädie (2013)
74:1 (4-5). Date of Publication: Jan 2013
ISSN
1615-6714 (electronic)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
orthodontics
temporomandibular joint disorder (diagnosis, therapy)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
education
human
organization and management
Switzerland
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
23299651 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23299651)
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RECORD 14
TITLE
University of Saskatchewan receives state-of-the art imaging system
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
Journal (Canadian Dental Association) (2013) 79 (d6). Date of Publication:
2013
ISSN
1488-2159 (electronic)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
computer assisted tomography
dental education
devices
gift giving
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
Canada
health care organization
human
tooth radiography
university
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
23522146 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23522146)
COPYRIGHT
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record.

RECORD 15
TITLE
An removal of gutta-percha and root canal sealer: a literature review and an
audit comparing current practice in dental schools.
AUTHOR NAMES
Good M.L.
McCammon A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Good M.L.) Department of Restorative Dentistry, The Royal Hospitals,
Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, Grosvenor Road, Belfast BT12 6BP,
Northern Ireland.
(McCammon A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M.L. Good, Department of Restorative Dentistry, The Royal Hospitals, Belfast
Health and Social Care Trust, Grosvenor Road, Belfast BT12 6BP, Northern
Ireland.
SOURCE
Dental update (2012) 39:10 (703-708). Date of Publication: Dec 2012
ISSN
0305-5000
ABSTRACT
Endodontic failures often require non-surgical retreatment. The most common
root canal obturating material is gutta-percha (GP), used in conjunction
with various sealers. GP removal can be undertaken thermally and/or
mechanically with or without solvents, however, no published guidelines
exist. Following a literature review, an audit was undertaken comparing
current endodontic practice in Belfast Dental School with the other dental
schools across the UK and Republic of Ireland. From the findings, Belfast
Dental School decided to introduce rotary files and chloroform to its
Conservation Clinic with restrictions for use of the latter, although
solvent use is not recommended in every case. Clinical Relevance: Efficiency
in removing both gutta-percha and root canal sealer would maximize the
ability to disinfect the root canal system and therefore increase the
likelihood of a successful outcome.
EMTREE DRUG INDEX TERMS
gutta percha (adverse drug reaction)
root canal filling material (adverse drug reaction)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental surgery
endodontics (adverse drug reaction)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
comparative study
dental education
human
Ireland
medical audit
retreatment
review
United Kingdom
CAS REGISTRY NUMBERS
gutta percha (9000-32-2)
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
23367635 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23367635)
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RECORD 16
TITLE
Peer-led training and assessment in basic life support for healthcare
students: Synthesis of literature review and fifteen years practical
experience
AUTHOR NAMES
Harvey P.R.
Higenbottam C.V.
Owen A.
Hulme J.
Bion J.F.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Harvey P.R.; Hulme J.) Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust,
Dudley Road, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
(Higenbottam C.V., Caroline.higenbottam@uhb.nhs.uk; Bion J.F.) University
Hospital Birmingham NHS Trust, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
(Owen A.) Department of Intensive Care Medicine, University Hospital
Birmingham NHS Trust, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C.V. Higenbottam, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, University Hospital
Birmingham NHS Trust, Birmingham, United Kingdom. Email:
Caroline.higenbottam@uhb.nhs.uk
SOURCE
Resuscitation (2012) 83:7 (894-899). Date of Publication: July 2012
ISSN
0300-9572
1873-1570 (electronic)
BOOK PUBLISHER
Elsevier Ireland Ltd, P.O. Box 85, Limerick, Ireland.
ABSTRACT
Background: In 1995, the University of Birmingham, UK, School of Medicine
and Dentistry replaced lecture-based basic life support (BLS) teaching with
a peer-led, practical programme. We present our 15-yr experience of peer-led
healthcare undergraduate training and examination with a literature review.
Methods: A literature review of healthcare undergraduate peer-led practical
skills teaching was performed though Pubmed.The development of the
Birmingham course is described, from its inception in 1995-2011. Training
methods include peer-led training and assessment by senior students who
complete an European Resuscitation Council-endorsed instructor course.
Student assessors additionally undergo training in assessment and
communication skills. The course has been developed by parallel research
evaluation and peer-reviewed publication.(1,2) Course administration is by
an experienced student committee with senior clinician support. Anonymous
feedback from the most recent courses and the current annual pass rates are
reported. Results: The literature review identified 369 publications of
which 28 met our criteria for inclusion. Largely descriptive, these are
highly positive about peer involvement in practical skills teaching using
similar, albeit smaller, courses to that described below.Currently
approximately 600 first year healthcare undergraduates complete the
Birmingham course; participant numbers increase annually. Successful
completion is mandatory for students to proceed to the second year of
studies. First attempt pass rate is 86%, and close to 100% (565/566
students, 99.8%) following re-assessment the same day. 97% of participants
enjoyed the course, 99% preferred peer-tutors to clinicians, 99% perceived
teaching quality as " good" or " excellent" , and felt they had sufficient
practice. Course organisation was rated " good" or " excellent" by 91%. Each
year 3-4 student projects have been published or presented internationally.
The annual cost of providing the course is currently £15,594.70 (Eur
18,410), or approximately £26 (Eur 30) per student. Conclusions: This large
scale, peer-led BLS course demonstrates that such programmes can have
excellent outcomes with outstanding participant satisfaction. Peer-tutors
and assessors are competent, more available and less costly than clinical
staff. Student instructors develop skills in teaching, assessment and
appraisal, organisation and research. Sustainability is possible given
succession-planning and consistent leadership. © 2012 Elsevier Ireland Ltd.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
basic life support
dental student
medical student
resuscitation
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
education program
human
peer group
priority journal
systematic review
training
United Kingdom
university student
EMBASE CLASSIFICATIONS
Public Health, Social Medicine and Epidemiology (17)
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
EMBASE ACCESSION NUMBER
2012315590
MEDLINE PMID
22285723 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22285723)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.resuscitation.2012.01.013
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RECORD 17
TITLE
Evolution of the scientific basis for dentistry and its impact on dental
education: past, present, and future.
AUTHOR NAMES
Slavkin H.C.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Slavkin H.C.) Center for Craniofacial Biology, Herman Ostrow School of
Dentistry, University of Southern California, 2250 Alcazar Street, CSA 103,
Los Angeles, CA 90033, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
H.C. Slavkin, Center for Craniofacial Biology, Herman Ostrow School of
Dentistry, University of Southern California, 2250 Alcazar Street, CSA 103,
Los Angeles, CA 90033, USA. Email: Slavkin@usc.edu
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2012) 76:1 (28-35). Date of Publication: Jan
2012
ISSN
1930-7837 (electronic)
ABSTRACT
Science is the fuel for technology and the foundation for understanding the
human condition. In dental education, as in all health professions, science
informs a basic understanding of development, is essential to understand the
structure and function of biological systems, and is prerequisite to
understand and perform diagnostics, therapeutics, and clinical outcomes in
the treatment of diseases and disorders. During the last seventy-five years,
biomedical science has transformed from discipline-based scientists working
on a problem to multidisciplinary research teams working to solve complex
problems of significance to the larger society. Over these years, we
witnessed the convergence of the biological and digital revolutions with
clinical health care in medical, dental, pharmacy, nursing, and allied
health care professional education. Biomedical science informs our
understanding, from human genes and their functions to populations, health
disparities, and the biosphere. Science is a "way of knowing," an
international enterprise, a prerequisite for the health professions, and a
calling and adventure to the curious mind. Science, the activity of doing
science, is in the national self-interest, in the defense of a nation, and
critical to the improvement of the human condition. In the words of Vannevar
Bush, "science is the endless frontier."
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
science
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dentistry
forecasting
history
human
law
medical research
national health organization
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
22262547 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22262547)
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RECORD 18
TITLE
Paediatric dentistry education of atraumatic restorative treatment (ART) in
Brazilian dental schools.
AUTHOR NAMES
Camargo L.B.
Fell C.
Bonini G.C.
Marquezan M.
Imparato J.C.
Mendes F.M.
Raggio D.P.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Camargo L.B.) Faculdade de Odontologia Universidade Paulista, Campinas, São
Paulo, Brazil.
(Fell C.; Bonini G.C.; Marquezan M.; Imparato J.C.; Mendes F.M.; Raggio
D.P.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
L.B. Camargo, Faculdade de Odontologia Universidade Paulista, Campinas, São
Paulo, Brazil.
SOURCE
European archives of paediatric dentistry : official journal of the European
Academy of Paediatric Dentistry (2011) 12:6 (303-307). Date of Publication:
Dec 2011
ISSN
1818-6300
ABSTRACT
To evaluate the degree of knowledge, use and teaching of atraumatic
restorative treatment (ART) of paediatric dentistry lecturers in dental
schools throughout Brazil. A structured questionnaire was applied,
containing questions regarding the use of ART, socio-demographic
characteristics and academic degree background. Descriptive analysis and
Poisson's regression were conducted in order to verify the association
between exploratory variables and ART teaching (α=5%). Of the 721
questionnaires sent to dental schools, approximately 40% were returned
(n=285). Some 98.2% of the participants teach ART. Concerning dental
lecturers who teach ART, in multiple regression model, considering ART
indication (emergency versus restorative treatment) the lecturers residents
of the Mid-West (PR=1.66; CI:1.13-2.45) and Northeast region (PR=1.33;
CI:1.02-1.72) and lecturers who use ART regularly (PR=3.73; CI:2.11-5.59)
teach ART as restorative treatment. When the question was about reason for
using ART (conservative technique versus other techniques failures/fast
treatment), lecturers with a longer period of TG (time elapsed since
graduation) (PR=1.30; CI:1.08- 1.56) and also lecturers who use ART
regularly (PR=2.87; CI:1.95-4.22), teach it as being a conservative
technique. Regarding the patients' age covered by ART (versus without
limitation), women (PR=1.26; CI:1.06-1.50) and lecturers who use ART
regularly (PR=1.28; CI:1.06-1.54), teach that there is no age restriction.
ART has been widely taught in Brazilian dental schools, is regularly used in
lecturer's clinical practices and has positively influenced the appropriate
teaching of this technique.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
atraumatic restorative treatment
dental surgery
dentistry
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
adult
age
article
attitude to health
Brazil
dental education
education
female
human
male
questionnaire
regression analysis
utilization review
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
22122849 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22122849)
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RECORD 19
TITLE
E-learning used in a training course on atraumatic restorative treatment
(ART) for Brazilian dentists.
AUTHOR NAMES
Camargo L.B.
Aldrigui J.M.
Imparato J.C.
Mendes F.M.
Wen C.L.
Bönecker M.
Raggio D.P.
Haddad A.E.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Camargo L.B.) Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Faculdade de Odontologia
da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil.
(Aldrigui J.M.; Imparato J.C.; Mendes F.M.; Wen C.L.; Bönecker M.; Raggio
D.P.; Haddad A.E.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
L.B. Camargo, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Faculdade de Odontologia da
Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil. Email: lucilaca@usp.br
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2011) 75:10 (1396-1401). Date of Publication:
Oct 2011
ISSN
1930-7837 (electronic)
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study was to assess the benefits of using e-learning
resources in a dental training course on Atraumatic Restorative Treatment
(ART). This e-course was given in a DVD format, which presented the ART
technique and philosophy. The participants were twenty-four dentists from
the Brazilian public health system. Prior to receiving the DVD, the dentists
answered a questionnaire regarding their personal data, previous knowledge
about ART, and general interest in training courses. The dentists also
participated in an assessment process consisting of a test applied before
and after the course. A single researcher corrected the tests, and
intraexaminer reproducibility was calculated (kappa=0.89). Paired t-tests
were carried out to compare the means between the assessments, showing a
significant improvement in the performance of the subjects on the test taken
after the course (p<0.05). A linear regression model was used with the
difference between the means as the outcome. A greater improvement on the
test results was observed among female dentists (p=0.034), dentists working
for a shorter period of time in the public health system (p=0.042), and
dentists who used the ART technique only for urgent and/or temporary
treatment (p=0.010). In conclusion, e-learning has the potential of
improving the knowledge that dentists working in the public health system
have about ART, especially those with less clinical experience and less
knowledge about the subject.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
atraumatic restorative treatment
dental education
dental surgery
education
public health service
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
adult
article
Brazil
computer interface
female
human
male
methodology
middle aged
questionnaire
statistical model
videorecording
visible human project
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
22012785 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22012785)
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RECORD 20
TITLE
Correlation between handwriting, drawing skills and dental skills of junior
dental students
AUTHOR NAMES
Al-Johany S.
AlShaafi M.
Bin-Shuwaish M.
Alshahrani F.
Alazmah A.
Aldhuwayhi S.
AlMaflehi N.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Al-Johany S., saljohany@hotmail.com) Department of Prosthetic Dental
Sciences, College of Dentistry, King Saud University, PO Box 60169, Riyadh
11545, Saudi Arabia.
(AlShaafi M.; Bin-Shuwaish M.) Department of Restorative Dental Sciences,
College of Dentistry, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
(Alshahrani F.; Alazmah A.; Aldhuwayhi S.) College of Dentistry, King Saud
University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
(AlMaflehi N.) Department of Periodontics and Community Dentistry, College
of Dentistry, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S. Al-Johany, Department of Prosthetic Dental Sciences, College of
Dentistry, King Saud University, PO Box 60169, Riyadh 11545, Saudi Arabia.
Email: saljohany@hotmail.com
SOURCE
Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice (2011) 12:5 (327-332). Date of
Publication: September/October 2011
ISSN
1526-3711 (electronic)
BOOK PUBLISHER
Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd, 4838/24 Ansari Road, Daryaganj,
New Delhi, India.
ABSTRACT
Learning fine motor skills is a pre-requisite for succeeding in dental
practice and it is sometimes challenging for dental students. Most of the
methods used in the selection process depend on evaluation of intellectual
ability or structured interview while manual competence is not. However, no
test on aptitude or manual dexterity is used as criteria. Objective: The
purpose of the present study intended to evaluate the fine motor skills of
beginning dental students which could in turn be used as a method of
selection of students for the dental degree admission process. Materials and
methods: A study was conducted among 71 second year dental students at
College of Dentistry, King Saud University in Riyadh. A test composed of
three parts, writing an answer for a question in four lines, drawing a
picture of a smile and doing a class 1 amalgam preparation on a plastic
molar tooth. The students were evaluated based on their handwriting, basic
drawing skills and their skills in performing the tooth preparation by
experts in each fields following certain criteria. Results: The results
showed a significant correlation between writing and drawing skills and
dental skills of the student with p < 0.001. Conclusions: The results of the
current study support the use of the writing or drawing test as one of the
test used for the applicants for dental school admission. However, the value
given to such test in the selection of students needs further investigations
and consensus.
EMTREE DRUG INDEX TERMS
dental alloy
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
art
dental student
handwriting
motor performance
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
adult
aptitude
article
classification
comparative study
dental device
dental surgery
devices
education
histology
human
male
molar tooth
physiology
Saudi Arabia
CAS REGISTRY NUMBERS
dental alloy (8049-85-2)
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
MEDLINE PMID
22269191 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22269191)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.5005/jp-journals-10024-1054
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RECORD 21
TITLE
Implant dentistry curriculum in undergraduate education: part 1-a literature
review.
AUTHOR NAMES
Kroeplin B.S.
Strub J.R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Kroeplin B.S.) Department of Prosthodontics, School of Dentistry,
University Medical Center Frebrg, Germany.
(Strub J.R.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
B.S. Kroeplin, Department of Prosthodontics, School of Dentistry, University
Medical Center Frebrg, Germany. Email: birgit.kroeplin@goolgemail.com
SOURCE
The International journal of prosthodontics (2011) 24:3 (221-234). Date of
Publication: 2011 May-Jun
ISSN
0893-2174
ABSTRACT
The aim of this literature review was to evaluate to what extent oral
implant dentistry was integrated into undergraduate educational programs
worldwide. An online search of PubMed (MEDLINE and additional life science
journals) was performed for articles published from 1966 to January 2010
using combinations of select medical subject headings. Additionally, the ISI
Web of Knowledge database (MEDLINE: 1950 to present, Web of Science: 1945 to
present) was searched using "education" and "implant" as search terms. The
online search was supplemented with a manual search of dental journals in
the fields of education, prosthodontics, and implant dentistry and of the
reference lists of selected full-text articles. Surveys comparing different
undergraduate dental implant curricula and articles describing the
undergraduate dental implant curriculum of a single university were
identified. Postgraduate or continuing education programs for dental
practitioners or master and specialist programs were excluded. Twenty-five
articles met the inclusion criteria of this review. The percentage of
universities that included implant dentistry in undergraduate education
increased from 51% in 1974 to 97% in 2006 for universities in the United
States and to 100% for surveyed European universities. All curricula
included lectures (mostly 1 to 20 hours) and 30% to 42% included laboratory
courses, but the level of clinical experience differed greatly between
surveyed universities. Because oral implant dentistry has become a standard
treatment alternative, the undergraduate dental curricula should include its
application in treatment planning, observation of placing and restoring
implants, and treating patients with implant-retained or -supported
restorations.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
tooth implantation
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
human
review
statistics
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
21519568 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21519568)
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RECORD 22
TITLE
Personal construct psychology: a theory to help understand professional
development, a philosophy to support it.
AUTHOR NAMES
Brocklehurst P.R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Brocklehurst P.R.) University of Manchester, UK.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
P.R. Brocklehurst, University of Manchester, UK. Email:
paul.brocklehurst@hotmail.co.uk
SOURCE
Primary dental care : journal of the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners
(UK) (2010) 17:4 (179-187). Date of Publication: Oct 2010
ISSN
1355-7610
ABSTRACT
The aim of this paper is to introduce the reader to personal construct
psychology as a theory to help understand the process of change in
facilitative and mentoring relationships. Continuing professional
development is critical if practitioners are to keep up to date with new
ideas, techniques, and materials. However, is it important not only to
consider what is learnt, it is also important to understand the how of
learning in order to develop an approach that leads to lifelong learning.
Mentoring, coaching, and appraisal are all facilitative processes that aim
to encourage professionals to engage with their own development. This leads
to differing degrees of both behavioural and attitudinal change. As a
result, it is useful to have a theory that can help an individual to
understand these changes and to identify any difficulties that are
associated with them. Personal construct psychology has long been recognised
as a potential framework for personal development. It has been used
extensively in a broad range of domains, including clinical and educational
psychology, management, and psychotherapy. Personal construct psychology is
a useful theory for understanding the facilitative process because it
enables the facilitator to form a conceptual framework to comprehend
behavioural and attitudinal change. Its underlying philosophical approach
also supports lifelong learning, given its emphasis on an enquiring mind and
reflection, both of which are key to continuing professional development.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dentist
Personal Construct Theory
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
behavior
emotion
health personnel attitude
human
human relation
interpersonal communication
learning
personality
philosophy
psychological aspect
psychology
teacher
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
20887672 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20887672)
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RECORD 23
TITLE
Librarians' roles in evidence-based dentistry education: A review of
literature and a survey in North America
AUTHOR NAMES
Gu X.-M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Gu X.-M., xmgu.com@gmail.com) Kirkwood Community College Library, 6301
Kirkwood Boulevard S.W, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404, United States.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
X.-M. Gu, Kirkwood Community College Library, 6301 Kirkwood Boulevard S.W,
Cedar Rapids, IA 52404, United States. Email: xmgu.com@gmail.com
SOURCE
Medical Reference Services Quarterly (2010) 29:4 (331-348). Date of
Publication: October 2010
ISSN
0276-3869
1540-9597 (electronic)
BOOK PUBLISHER
Routledge, 325 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, United States.
ABSTRACT
This study describes the current roles of dental librarians in
Evidence-based Dentistry (EBD) education including their perceptions of EBD
and barriers to their involvement. A Web-based survey was distributed to the
dental librarians in North America, with a 71% response rate. The results
showed that the majority of dental librarians are playing multiple and
diverse roles in EBD education. The most frequently cited barrier to their
involvement is the low level of interest from the dental
faculty/student/school. Most dental librarians felt competent in supporting
EBD, although continuing education needs in both EBD and teaching skills
were pointed out. © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
evidence based dentistry
librarian
professional standard
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
education
human
literature
North America
questionnaire
review
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
MEDLINE PMID
21058177 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21058177)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02763869.2010.518918
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RECORD 24
TITLE
State-of-the-art techniques in operative dentistry: Contemporary teaching of
posterior composites in UK and Irish dental schools
AUTHOR NAMES
Lynch C.D.
Frazier K.B.
McConnell R.J.
Blum I.R.
Wilson N.H.F.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Lynch C.D., lynchcd@cardiff.ac.uk) Tissue Engineering and Reparative
Dentistry, School of Dentistry, Cardiff University, Heath Park, Cardiff,
CF14 4XY, United Kingdom.
(Frazier K.B.) Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA, United States.
(McConnell R.J.) University College Cork, Ireland.
(Blum I.R.) University of Bristol Dental School and Hospital, Bristol,
United Kingdom.
(Wilson N.H.F.) King's College London Dental Institute, London, United
Kingdom.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C. D. Lynch, Tissue Engineering and Reparative Dentistry, School of
Dentistry, Cardiff University, Heath Park, Cardiff, CF14 4XY, United
Kingdom. Email: lynchcd@cardiff.ac.uk
SOURCE
British Dental Journal (2010) 209:3 (129-136). Date of Publication: 14 Aug
2010
ISSN
0007-0610
1741-7503 (electronic)
BOOK PUBLISHER
Nature Publishing Group, Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, United Kingdom.
ABSTRACT
Aim Advances of composite systems and their application have revolutionised
the management of posterior teeth affected by caries, facilitating a
minimally invasive approach. Previous surveys have indicated that the
teaching of posterior composites within dental schools was developing,
albeit not keeping pace with clinical evidence and the development of
increasingly predictable techniques and materials. Concurrently, surveys of
dental practice indicate that dental amalgam still predominates as the
'material of choice' for the restoration of posterior teeth within UK
general dental practice. In light of such considerations, the aim of this
study was to investigate current teaching of posterior composites in Irish
and UK dental schools.Methods An online questionnaire which sought
information in relation to the current teaching of posterior composites was
developed and distributed to the 17 established Irish and UK dental schools
with undergraduate teaching programmes in late 2009.Results Completed
responses were received from all 17 schools (response rate = 100%). All 17
schools taught the placement of occlusal and two-surface occlusoproximal
composites in premolar and permanent molar teeth. Two schools did not teach
placement of three-surface occlusoproximal composites in either premolars or
molars. In their preclinical courses, ten schools taught posterior
composites before teaching dental amalgams. Fifty-five percent of posterior
restorations placed by dental students were of composite (range = 10-90%)
and 44% amalgam (range = 10-90%), indicating an increase of 180% in the
numbers of posterior composites placed over the past five years. Diversity
was noted in the teaching of clinical techniques and students at different
schools are trained with different composites and bonding systems. Some
cause for concern was noted in the teaching of certain techniques that were
not in keeping with existing best evidence, such as the teaching of
transparent matrix bands and light-transmitting wedges for occluso-proximal
composites (eight schools) and the teaching of bevels on the cavosurface
enamel margins of both the occlusal and proximal box margins (three
schools).Conclusion The teaching of posterior composites in the Irish and UK
dental schools has substantially increased over the last five years. Dental
students in these schools often gain more experience in the placement of
posterior composites than amalgam. However, practice trends indicate that a
majority of GDPs continue to place amalgam in preference to composite,
thereby suggesting a source of tension as current dental students emerge
into the dental workforce over the coming years. There is, as a consequence,
a challenge to the dental profession and its funding agencies in the UK to
encourage more of a shift towards the minimally interventive use of
composite systems in the restoration of posterior teeth, in particular among
established practitioners. © 2010 Macmillan Publishers Limited. All rights
reserved.
EMTREE DRUG INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
resin (drug therapy)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental caries (therapy)
dental education
dental surgery
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
education
human
Ireland
methodology
molar tooth
standard
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
MEDLINE PMID
20706252 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20706252)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/sj.bdj.2010.674
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RECORD 25
TITLE
Dental students' perception of theater-based learning as an interactive
educational tool in teaching oral surgery in Jordan
AUTHOR NAMES
Al-Ahmad H.T.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Al-Ahmad H.T., halahmad@hotmail.com) Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Department, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
H. T. Al-Ahmad, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department, Faculty of
Dentistry, University of Jordan, Amman 11942, Jordan. Email:
halahmad@hotmail.com
SOURCE
Saudi Medical Journal (2010) 31:7 (819-825). Date of Publication: 2010
ISSN
1658-3175 (electronic)
0379-5284
BOOK PUBLISHER
Saudi Arabian Armed Forces Hospital, smjns.ksa@zajil.net
ABSTRACT
Objectives: To evaluate dental students' perception of theater-based
learning, and explore its association with their clinical knowledge and
future career decisions. Methods: This cross-sectional study was carried out
in the Oral Surgery Department, Jordan University Hospital, Amman, Jordan
between September 2007 and March 2008 on dental students of batch 2005-2007
comprising 157 students and graduates. Seventy-two subjects were exposed to
theater-based learning (group 1), and 85 subjects had conventional oral
surgery teaching (group 2). All subjects completed a questionnaire
consisting of 23 skills and competencies with 2 career-related items.
Results: Students with theater experience perceived better ability to
describe surgical procedures (71% of students in group 1 reported "adequate"
or higher levels compared to 38% as reported by group 2 students, more
understanding of theater and cross infection control protocols and teamwork
value (96% in group 1 responded "adequate" or higher, 81% by group 2
students), higher competence to deal with complications (94% in group 1
responded "adequate" and 82% by group 2 students), more awareness of
resident's duties and more familiarity with hospital environment (88% in
group 1 and 71% by group 2 students) (p=0.000). They showed more interest in
oral surgery as a career (53% of group 1 responded "certain", 33% by group 2
students) (p=0.007). Alpha reliability scores of 0.50-0.90 were obtained for
the questionnaire subscales. Conclusion: Dental students perceived
theater-based learning as a valid interactive educational tool. Active
integration of dental students can lead to a superior educational
experience, and promotes postgraduate surgical programs.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental student
learning
perception
theater
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
adult
article
career planning
cross infection
female
human
human experiment
Jordan
knowledge
male
mental capacity
oral surgery
questionnaire
skill
surgical technique
teaching
EMBASE CLASSIFICATIONS
Otorhinolaryngology (11)
Public Health, Social Medicine and Epidemiology (17)
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English, Arabic
EMBASE ACCESSION NUMBER
2010587654
MEDLINE PMID
20635019 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20635019)
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RECORD 26
TITLE
The maturation of science within dentistry: the impact of critical
milestones and visionary leaders on contemporary achievements.
AUTHOR NAMES
Gutmann J.L.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Gutmann J.L.) Baylor College of Dentistry, Texas A&M Health Science Center,
Dallas, Texas, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.L. Gutmann, Baylor College of Dentistry, Texas A&M Health Science Center,
Dallas, Texas, USA. Email: jlgutmann@earthlink.net
SOURCE
Journal of the history of dentistry (2009) 57:3 (109-122). Date of
Publication: 2009 Winter
ISSN
1089-6287
ABSTRACT
In the last 150 years dentistry has faced myriad challenges as it has
developed as a technical profession; but even greater struggles to develop a
true scientific basis, one that permeates both the academic and practice
sectors. In the latter part of the 19th century, technical advances abounded
and clinical practice was empirically driven. The first few decades of the
20th century were a tumultuous time in the scientific evolution of
dentistry, and many political barriers existed. The formation of scientific
journals, research institutes, and a focus on dental education all
contributed to a slow and sometimes agonizing evolution of the scientific
development of dentistry. Today, while research endeavors are vast, the
dental educational system and its embracing of new science within its
curricula may not have kept pace with the vision of William J. Gies to
revitalize the dental profession over 75 years ago. We are on the brink of a
remarkable transformation for both dental education and the practice of
dentistry, one that will require enhanced leadership, a revitalized vision
and a passion for excellence to allow its continued progress and ultimate
success.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
science
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
curriculum
dental informatics
education
evidence based dentistry
health care organization
history
national health organization
publication
publishing
stomatology
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
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TITLE
Transferring ART research into education in Brazil.
AUTHOR NAMES
Navarro M.F.
Modena K.C.
Freitas M.C.
Fagundes T.C.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Navarro M.F.) Department of Dental Materials, Endodontics and Operative
Dentistry, Bauru School of Dentistry, University of São Paulo, Bauru, SP,
Brazil.
(Modena K.C.; Freitas M.C.; Fagundes T.C.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M.F. Navarro, Department of Dental Materials, Endodontics and Operative
Dentistry, Bauru School of Dentistry, University of São Paulo, Bauru, SP,
Brazil. Email: mflnavar@usp.br
SOURCE
Journal of applied oral science : revista FOB (2009) 17 Suppl (99-105). Date
of Publication: 2009
ISSN
1678-7765 (electronic)
ABSTRACT
The aim of this study was to evaluate the teaching of the Atraumatic
Restorative Treatment (ART) approach in Brazilian dental schools. A
questionnaire on this subject was sent to Pediatric Dentistry, Operative
Dentistry and Public Health Dentistry professors. The questions approached
the following subjects: the method used to teach ART, the time spent on its
teaching, under which discipline it is taught, for how many years ART has
been taught and its effect on the DMFT index. A total of 70 out of 202
dental schools returned the questionnaire. The ART approach is taught in the
majority of the Brazilian dental schools (96.3%), and in most of these
schools it is taught both in theory and in clinical practice (62.9%). The
majority (35.3%) of professors teach ART for 8 hours, and most often as part
of the Pediatric Dentistry discipline (67.6%). It has been taught for the
last 7 to 10 years in 34.3% of dental schools. Most professors did not
observe a change in the DMFT index with this approach. There is a diversity
in the teaching of ART in Brazil in terms of the number of hours spent, the
teaching method (theory and practice), and the disciplines involved in its
teaching. It is necessary to address the training of professors in the ART
approach for the whole country. An educational model is proposed whereby a
standard ART module features as part of other preventive and restorative
caries care educational modules. This will facilitate and standardize the
introduction and adoption of the ART approach in undergraduate education in
Brazil.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
atraumatic restorative treatment
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
Brazil
dental caries (therapy)
dental surgery
health survey
human
methodology
questionnaire
statistics
technology
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
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RECORD 28
TITLE
The evaluation framework for the Dental Pipeline program with literature
review.
AUTHOR NAMES
Carreon D.C.
Davidson P.L.
Andersen R.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Carreon D.C.; Davidson P.L.; Andersen R.M.) UCLA School of Public Health,
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1772, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
D.C. Carreon, UCLA School of Public Health, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1772, USA.
Email: dcarreon@ucla.edu
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2009) 73:2 Suppl (S23-36). Date of Publication:
Feb 2009
ISSN
1930-7837 (electronic)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental procedure
health care quality
minority group
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
curriculum
dental student
education
feedback system
health care delivery
health care planning
human
organization and management
personnel management
poverty
program development
review
United States
vulnerable population
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
19237358 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19237358)
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RECORD 29
TITLE
Keeping the science in the art and science of dentistry.
AUTHOR NAMES
Heir G.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Heir G.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
G. Heir,
SOURCE
Quintessence international (Berlin, Germany : 1985) (2009) 40:2 (99). Date
of Publication: Feb 2009
ISSN
1936-7163 (electronic)
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
editorial
education
human
methodology
patient care
science
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
19169440 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19169440)
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RECORD 30
TITLE
Assessing dental students' competence: best practice recommendations in the
performance assessment literature and investigation of current practices in
predoctoral dental education.
AUTHOR NAMES
Albino J.E.
Young S.K.
Neumann L.M.
Kramer G.A.
Andrieu S.C.
Henson L.
Horn B.
Hendricson W.D.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Albino J.E.; Young S.K.; Neumann L.M.; Kramer G.A.; Andrieu S.C.; Henson
L.; Horn B.; Hendricson W.D.) American Indian/Alaska Native Programs, School
of Dental Medicine, Colorado School of Public Health, University of
Colorado, Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus, Mail Stop F800, P.O. Box 6508,
Aurora, CO 80045, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.E. Albino, American Indian/Alaska Native Programs, School of Dental
Medicine, Colorado School of Public Health, University of Colorado, Denver,
Anschutz Medical Campus, Mail Stop F800, P.O. Box 6508, Aurora, CO 80045,
USA. Email: judith.albino@ucdenver.edu
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2008) 72:12 (1405-1435). Date of Publication:
Dec 2008
ISSN
0022-0337
ABSTRACT
In this article, the Task Force on Student Outcomes Assessment of the
American Dental Education Association's Commission on Change and Innovation
in Dental Education describes the current status of student outcomes
assessment in U.S. dental education. This review is divided into six
sections. The first summarizes the literature on assessment of dental
students' performance. Section two discusses catalysts, with a focus on
problem-based learning, for development of new assessment methods, while the
third section presents several resources and guides that can be used to
inform selection of assessment techniques for various domains of competence.
The fourth section describes the methodology and results of a 2008 survey of
current assessment practices in U.S. dental schools. In the fifth section,
findings from this survey are discussed within the context of
competency-based education, the educational model for the predoctoral
curriculum endorsed by the American Dental Education Association and
prescribed by the Commission on Dental Accreditation. The article concludes
with a summary of assessments recommended as optimal strategies to measure
three components of professional competence based on the triangulation
model. The survey of assessment practices in predoctoral education was
completed by 931 course directors, representing 45 percent of course
directors nationwide, from fifty-three of the fifty-six U.S. dental schools.
Survey findings indicate that five traditional mainstays of student
performance evaluation-multiple-choice testing, lab practicals, daily
grades, clinical competency exams, and procedural requirements-still
comprise the primary assessment tools in dental education. The survey
revealed that a group of newer assessment techniques, although frequently
identified as best practices in the literature and commonly used in other
areas of health professions education, are rarely employed in predoctoral
dental education.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
education
general practice
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
educational model
human
methodology
problem based learning
review
standard
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
19056620 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19056620)
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RECORD 31
TITLE
In a new light: state-of-the-art imaging technology advancing research
across disciplines.
AUTHOR NAMES
Bonett J.B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Bonett J.B.) Penn Dental Medicine, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.B. Bonett, Penn Dental Medicine, USA.
SOURCE
The Penn dental journal (2008) (2-5). Date of Publication: 2008 Fall
ISSN
0031-4331
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
diagnostic imaging
health care facility
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
devices
human
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
19097292 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19097292)
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RECORD 32
TITLE
The state of the art in evaluating the performance of assistant and
associate deans as seen by deans and assistant and associate deans.
AUTHOR NAMES
Dunning D.G.
Durham T.M.
Aksu M.N.
Lange B.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Dunning D.G.; Durham T.M.; Aksu M.N.; Lange B.M.) Department of Oral
Biology, College of Dentistry, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 40th
and Holdrege Sts., Lincoln, NE 68583-0740, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
D.G. Dunning, Department of Oral Biology, College of Dentistry, University
of Nebraska Medical Center, 40th and Holdrege Sts., Lincoln, NE 68583-0740,
USA. Email: ddunning@unmc.edu
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2008) 72:4 (458-471). Date of Publication: Apr
2008
ISSN
0022-0337
ABSTRACT
This study explores the little-understood process of evaluating the
performance of assistant and associate deans at dental colleges in the
United States and Canada. Specifically, this research aimed to identify the
methods, processes, and outcomes related to the performance appraisals of
assistant/associate deans. Both deans and assistant/associate deans were
surveyed. Forty-four of sixty-six deans (66.7 percent) and 227 of 315
assistant/associate deans (72.1 percent) completed surveys with both
close-ended and open-ended questions. In addition, ten individuals from each
group were interviewed. Results indicate that 75-89 percent of
assistant/associate deans are formally evaluated, although as many as 27
percent may lack formal job descriptions. Some recommended best practices
for performance appraisal are being used in a majority of colleges. Examples
of these best practices are having at least yearly appraisals, holding
face-to-face meetings, and setting specific, personal performance
objectives/benchmarks for assistant/associate deans. Still, there is much
room to improve appraisals by incorporating other recommended practices.
Relatively high levels of overall satisfaction were reported by both
assistant/associate deans and deans for the process and outcomes of
appraisals. Assistant/associate deans rated the value of appraisals to
overall development lower than did deans. Qualitative data revealed definite
opinions about what constitutes effective and ineffective appraisals,
including the use of goal-setting, timeliness, and necessary commitment.
Several critical issues related to the results are discussed: differences in
perspectives on performance reviews, the importance of informal feedback and
job descriptions, the influence of an assistant/associate deans' lack of
tenure, and the length of service of deans. Lastly, recommendations for
enhancing performance evaluations are offered.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
administrative personnel
dental education
personnel management
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
adult
article
attitude
Canada
feedback system
human
methodology
middle aged
psychological aspect
quality control
reinforcement
standard
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
18381852 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18381852)
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RECORD 33
TITLE
Introducing dental students to evidence-based decisions in dental care.
AUTHOR NAMES
Azarpazhooh A.
Mayhall J.T.
Leake J.L.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Azarpazhooh A.; Mayhall J.T.; Leake J.L.) Faculty of Dentistry, University
of Toronto, Community Dental Health Services Research Unit, Toronto, ON,
Canada.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A. Azarpazhooh, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto, Community
Dental Health Services Research Unit, Toronto, ON, Canada. Email:
amir.azarpazhooh@dentistry.utoronto.ca
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2008) 72:1 (87-109). Date of Publication: Jan
2008
ISSN
0022-0337
ABSTRACT
Practicing evidence-based dentistry is a process of lifelong and
self-directed learning. Teaching evidence-based dentistry to dental students
is the key to increasing the uptake of evidence-based treatments and
practices in dentistry. This article describes the procedures undertaken to
teach undergraduate dental students at the University of Toronto Faculty of
Dentistry how to produce systematic reviews as a module in clinical
epidemiology. Nine selected reports have been summarized as examples of the
outputs of this module. At the end of the module, students are asked to
participate in a survey and anonymously fill out a questionnaire to evaluate
the module. Students' evaluation of the module in the 2005-06 (n= 64) and
2006-07 (n=57) academic years were extracted for data analysis. Overall, the
majority of students found the module an enjoyable way of learning that has
improved their ability to gather information, apply existing evidence to a
clinical question, evaluate information, and further develop their
communication skills. This module was also effective in raising students'
awareness of the importance of evidence-based clinical practice. It is
essential to establish the fundamentals of evidence-based practice during
the undergraduate curriculum to assist dental students in learning the
skills to practice evidence-based dentistry.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
evidence based medicine
literature
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
Canada
evaluation study
human
methodology
standard
writing
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
18172240 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18172240)
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RECORD 34
TITLE
An ethical lesson learned from the equestrian sculpture, "The Torch
Bearers," at the University of Madrid Dental School.
AUTHOR NAMES
Christen A.G.
Christen J.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Christen A.G.; Christen J.A.) Department of Oral Biology, Indiana
University Nicotine Dependence Program, Indiana University Schools of
Dentistry and Medicine, Indianapolis, IN 46240-3541, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.G. Christen, Department of Oral Biology, Indiana University Nicotine
Dependence Program, Indiana University Schools of Dentistry and Medicine,
Indianapolis, IN 46240-3541, USA. Email: achriste@iupui.edu
SOURCE
Journal of the history of dentistry (2007) 55:3 (160-164; discussion
171-185). Date of Publication: 2007 Winter
ISSN
1089-6287
ABSTRACT
As dental professionals, we continue to learn ethical lessons throughout our
careers and beyond. We may experience them in our day-to-day involvements
with peers and patients, or they may present themselves under more unusual
circumstances. In October, 1974, at the University of Madrid Dental School,
the senior author had a deeply impressionable experience minutes before he
helped to present a course to Spanish dentists in operative dentistry. His
co-presenter was Dr. Miles R. Markley of Denver, Colorado, a National
Consultant in Restorative Dentistry for the U.S. Air Force. Their ethics
teacher that day was Dr. Gerardo Zabalo, Dean of the dental school. His
object lesson was delivered at the base of an equestrian, aluminum,
larger-than-life sculpture, "The Torch Bearers" which faced the school. The
sculptor shows an old, wrinkled man, lying prostrate, with only enough
strength left to raise a lighted torch upward. Reaching down to receive the
torch is a robust, energized young man, who is sitting upon a sturdy
stallion. The lesson which Dean Zabalo taught that day was simple but
profound. The lit torch of ethics, learning and values is essentially
transmitted from generation to generation, as young students learn from
their elders, accept the torch from their retiring leaders, keep the torch
brightly lit as they mature in their profession, and, then in turn, hand it
over to those young professionals who will replace them. This process will
continue, age after age. Thus the torch of learning and thinking is passed
on. In the world of education, human contact and the continued sanctity of
the scientific written word must be paramount. Students must be taught how
to read, learn and think. Computer technology used exclusively as a mode of
teaching and learning can never become a viable substitute for our
traditional interactive methods which emphasize human to human interaction.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
art
medical ethics
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental education
dental surgery
education
human
Spain
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
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18380250 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18380250)
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TITLE
Dr. Jeanne C. Sinkford
AUTHOR NAMES
Gates P.E.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Gates P.E., blhcdental@aol.com) Maxillofacial Surgery, Bronx Lebanon
Hospital Center, .
(Gates P.E., blhcdental@aol.com) Albert Einstein College of Medicine,
Yeshiva University, New York, United States.
(Gates P.E., blhcdental@aol.com) Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center, Department
of Dentistry, 1650 Selwyn Avenue, Bronx, NY 10457, United States.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
P.E. Gates, Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center, Department of Dentistry, 1650
Selwyn Avenue, Bronx, NY 10457, United States. Email: blhcdental@aol.com
SOURCE
Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved (2007) 18:4 (731-734).
Date of Publication: November 2007
ISSN
1049-2089
BOOK PUBLISHER
Johns Hopkins University Press
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
minority group
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
dentist
education
female
history
human
leadership
medical society
review
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
17982201 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17982201)
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RECORD 36
TITLE
Effectiveness of ART and traditional amalgam approach in restoring
single-surface cavities in posterior teeth of permanent dentitions in school
children after 6.3 years
AUTHOR NAMES
Frencken J.E.
Van't Hof M.A.
Taifour D.
Al-Zaher I.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Frencken J.E., j.frencken@dent.umcn.nl) WHO Collaborating Centre for Oral
Health Care Planning and Future Scenarios, Radboud University Medical
Centre, College of Dental Sciences, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
(Van't Hof M.A.) Department of Preventive and Restorative Dentistry, Radboud
University Medical Centre, College of Dental Sciences, Nijmegen,
Netherlands.
(Taifour D.) School Health Department, Ministry of Education, Damascus,
Syrian Arab Republic.
(Al-Zaher I.) WHO Regional Centre for Demonstration, Training and Research
for Oral Health, Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic.
(Frencken J.E., j.frencken@dent.umcn.nl) WHO Collaborating Centre for Oral
Health Care Planning and Future Scenarios, Radboud University Medical
Centre, College of Dental Sciences, PO Box 9101, 6500 HB Nijmegen,
Netherlands.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.E. Frencken, WHO Collaborating Centre for Oral Health Care Planning and
Future Scenarios, Radboud University Medical Centre, College of Dental
Sciences, Nijmegen, Netherlands. Email: j.frencken@dent.umcn.nl
SOURCE
Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology (2007) 35:3 (207-214). Date of
Publication: June 2007
ISSN
0301-5661
1600-0528 (electronic)
BOOK PUBLISHER
Blackwell Munksgaard
ABSTRACT
Objectives: The Atraumatic Restorative Treatment (ART) approach was compared
with the traditional amalgam (TA) approach in order to test their
appropriateness to complement a preventive and educational school oral
health programme in Syria. Methods: Using a parallel group design, 370 and
311 grade 2 children were randomly assigned to the ART and the TA group
respectively. Eight dentists placed 1117 single- and multiple-surface
restorations. A modified actuarial method was used to estimate survival
curves. The jackknife method was applied to calculate the standard error in
the cumulative survival percentages. Results: A statistically significant
difference in cumulative survival percentages between single-surface
non-occlusal ART and comparable amalgam restorations was observed after 4.3,
5.3 and 6.3 years. The survival of single-surface non-occlusal ART posterior
restorations (80.2 ± 4.9%) was statistically significantly higher than that
of occlusal posterior ART restorations (64.8 ± 3.9%) at evaluation year 6.3.
There was no statistically significant difference observed between survival
percentages of large (55.8 ± 10%) and that of small (69.2 ± 4.6%)
single-surface posterior ART restorations after 6.3 years. There was an
operator effect observed for single-surface ART and comparable amalgam
restorations. Secondary caries was observed in 2.3% of single-surface ART
restorations and in 3.7% of single-surface amalgam restorations during the
6.3 year observation period. Conclusions: The ART approach provided higher
survival percentages for single-surface restorations than the TA approach
over 6.3 years and is therefore appropriate for use in school oral health
programmes. Secondary caries was only a minor reason for ART restorations to
fail. An operator effect was observed for both treatment approaches. © 2007
The Authors. Journal compilation 2007 Blackwell Munksgaard.
EMTREE DRUG INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental alloy
EMTREE DRUG INDEX TERMS
fuji IX
glass ionomer
ketac molar
ketac-molar
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental caries (prevention, therapy)
dental surgery
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
child
classification
clinical trial
comparative study
controlled clinical trial
controlled study
dental health education
follow up
health survey
human
methodology
molar tooth
premolar tooth
randomized controlled trial
recurrent disease
statistics
survival
Syrian Arab Republic
tooth plaque
CAS REGISTRY NUMBERS
dental alloy (8049-85-2)
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
MEDLINE PMID
17518967 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17518967)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1600-0528.2006.00322.x
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TITLE
Art and science
AUTHOR NAMES
Cochran M.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Cochran M.A.)
SOURCE
Operative Dentistry (2007) 32:3 (205-206). Date of Publication: May/June
2007
ISSN
0361-7734
BOOK PUBLISHER
Indiana University School of Dentistry
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental surgery
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
curriculum
editorial
education
human
methodology
motor performance
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
17555169 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17555169)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.2341/1559-2863(2007)32[205:AAS]2.0.CO;2
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RECORD 38
TITLE
The state of the art in evaluating the performance of department chairs and
division heads.
AUTHOR NAMES
Dunning D.G.
Durham T.M.
Aksu M.N.
Lange B.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Dunning D.G.; Durham T.M.; Aksu M.N.; Lange B.M.) Department of Oral
Biology, College of Dentistry, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 40th
and Holdrege Sts., Lincoln, NE 68583-0740, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
D.G. Dunning, Department of Oral Biology, College of Dentistry, University
of Nebraska Medical Center, 40th and Holdrege Sts., Lincoln, NE 68583-0740,
USA. Email: ddunning@unmc.edu
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2007) 71:4 (467-479). Date of Publication: Apr
2007
ISSN
0022-0337
ABSTRACT
This study explores the little understood process of evaluating the
performance of department chairs/division heads in dental schools.
Specifically, this research aimed to elucidate the methods, processes, and
outcomes related to the job performance of department chairs/division heads.
Forty-three deans and 306 chairs completed surveys with both close-ended and
open-ended questions. In addition, ten deans and ten chairs were
interviewed. Results indicate that 80 to 90 percent of department chairs are
formally evaluated, although as many as 50 percent may lack job
descriptions. Recommended best practices for performance appraisal--such as
having at least yearly appraisals, holding face-to-face meetings, and
setting specific, personal performance objectives/benchmarks for chairs--are
being used in most schools. Still, there is much room to improve appraisals
by incorporating other recommended practices. Overall high levels of
satisfaction were reported by both chairs and deans for the process and
outcomes of appraisals. Qualitative data showed some convergence of opinions
about appraisals with the notable exception of informal feedback. We explore
some implications of these results, especially as they relate to improving
performance appraisals.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
personnel management
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
classification
feedback system
human
interview
methodology
organization and management
quality control
satisfaction
standard
work
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
17468307 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17468307)
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RECORD 39
TITLE
The art and science of restorative dentistry.
AUTHOR NAMES
Bonett J.B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Bonett J.B.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.B. Bonett,
SOURCE
The Penn dental journal (2007) (2-5). Date of Publication: 2007 Spring
ISSN
0031-4331
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental surgery
tooth prosthesis
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
education
human
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
18998251 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18998251)
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RECORD 40
TITLE
The burden of debt for Canadian dental students: Part 1. Review of the
literature
AUTHOR NAMES
Matthew I.R.
Walton J.N.
Dumaresq C.
Sudmant W.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Matthew I.R., imatthew@interchange.ubc.ca) Division of Oral and
Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, University of British Columbia,
Vancouver, BC, Canada.
(Walton J.N.) Academic and Student Affairs, Faculty of Dentistry, University
of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
(Dumaresq C.; Sudmant W.) Planning and Institutional Research, University of
British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
(Matthew I.R., imatthew@interchange.ubc.ca) Faculty of Dentistry, University
of British Columbia, 2199 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3, Canada.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
I.R. Matthew, Faculty of Dentistry, University of British Columbia, 2199
Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z3, Canada. Email:
imatthew@interchange.ubc.ca
SOURCE
Journal of the Canadian Dental Association (2006) 72:7 (635-635d). Date of
Publication: 2006
ISSN
1488-2159
1488-2159 (electronic)
BOOK PUBLISHER
Canadian Dental Association
ABSTRACT
Debt among Canadian university graduates is increasing, while money
apportioned to federal and provincial needs-based student assistance
programs has been decreasing since the 1990s. Dental students have had to
absorb increased tuition fees at both the undergraduate and
post-baccalaureate levels. Existing debt and high tuition fees may adversely
influence a potential candidate's decision to enrol in dental school.
Likewise, debt incurred during the minimum 2 years of pre-dental education
adds to the future debt load of dental graduates. It seems that few dental
students can remain debt-free during their dental education, although data
are lacking about the extent of debt among dental students and its impact on
their career decisions. Government statistics focus primarily on tuition
costs for baccalaureate-degree students. Tuition and clinic-related fees
constitute a significant proportion of costs for dental students; moreover,
university administrations perceive dentistry as an expensive curriculum.
This first article of a 4-part series examines debt among dental students,
both nationally and internationally. © J Can Dent Assoc 2006.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental student
education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
Canada
cost
decision making
dental clinic
economics
financial management
human
review
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
MEDLINE PMID
16978481 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16978481)
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RECORD 41
TITLE
Effective teaching: the art of engagement: part 2.
AUTHOR NAMES
Kokich M.K.
Kokich V.G.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Kokich M.K.; Kokich V.G.) Point Defiance Elementary School, Tacoma,
Washington, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M.K. Kokich, Point Defiance Elementary School, Tacoma, Washington, USA.
SOURCE
Journal of orthodontics (2006) 33:3 (213-219). Date of Publication: Sep 2006
ISSN
1465-3125
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
orthodontics
teaching
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
computer graphics
education
human
interpersonal communication
methodology
practice guideline
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
16926315 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16926315)
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RECORD 42
TITLE
Professor Dr.Med. Dr.Med.Dent Curt Gerhard Lorber.
AUTHOR NAMES
Gelbier S.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Gelbier S.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S. Gelbier,
SOURCE
Dental historian : Lindsay Club newsletter (2006) :43 (67-71). Date of
Publication: Jun 2006
ISSN
0958-6687
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
human
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
16955677 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16955677)
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RECORD 43
TITLE
Effective Teaching: the art of engagement. Part 1.
AUTHOR NAMES
Kokich M.K.
Kokich V.G.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Kokich M.K.; Kokich V.G.) Department of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry,
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M.K. Kokich, Department of Orthodontics, School of Dentistry, University of
Washington, Seattle, Washington 98195, USA.
SOURCE
Journal of orthodontics (2006) 33:2 (125-132). Date of Publication: Jun 2006
ISSN
1465-3125
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
orthodontics
teaching
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
education
health care organization
human
methodology
practice guideline
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
16751434 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16751434)
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RECORD 44
TITLE
Dr. Frank Miranda: the music of dentistry. Interview.
AUTHOR NAMES
Miranda F.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Miranda F.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
F. Miranda,
SOURCE
Journal - Oklahoma Dental Association (2005) 97:4 (12-13, 17). Date of
Publication: 2005 Dec-2006 Jan
ISSN
0164-9442
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
art
article
health care organization
history
interview
music
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
16447860 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16447860)
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RECORD 45
TITLE
Evaluation of applicants to predoctoral dental education programs: review of
the literature.
AUTHOR NAMES
Ranney R.R.
Wilson M.B.
Bennett R.B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Ranney R.R.; Wilson M.B.; Bennett R.B.) Baltimore College of Dental
Surgery, Dental School, University of Maryland, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R.R. Ranney, Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, Dental School, University
of Maryland, USA. Email: pranney3@comcast.net
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2005) 69:10 (1095-1106). Date of Publication:
Oct 2005
ISSN
0022-0337
ABSTRACT
This review finds that college GPA and DAT scores provide dental schools in
the United States and Canada with defensible methods for selecting students.
College GPA seems the best predictor of academic performance in dental
school. The academic average (AA) of the DAT is a better predictor than is
the perceptual ability test (PAT), but dental educators who believe that
evidence of manual dexterity or perceptual ability must be a part of the
admissions decision can find enough supporting evidence to justify doing so.
When added to college GPA and the AA, information from the PAT may in fact
enhance predictability. There is also evidence, however, that manual skills
can be learned during routine dental curricular experiences. Overall,
conventional admissions criteria at best account for about 40 percent of the
variance in dental school performance, and most of this variance occurs
during the early years of the curriculum. Studies are lacking for evaluating
criteria that may predict success in admitting students for preferentially
addressing current challenges, including achieving diversity of the
workforce, ensuring access to care for all, interprofessional health care,
ethics and professionalism, filling faculty positions, and conducting needed
research. Schools should periodically validate all of their admissions
criteria against expected performances and make corresponding adjustments.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
aptitude test
dental education
education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
Canada
human
interview
personality test
prediction and forecasting
psychomotor performance
review
standard
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
16204675 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16204675)
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RECORD 46
TITLE
Communication skills for medical/dental students at the University of
Pretoria: Lessons learnt from a two-year study using a forum theatre method
AUTHOR NAMES
Krüger C.
Blitz-Lindeque J.J.
Pickworth G.E.
Munro A.J.
Lotriet M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Krüger C., christa.kruger@up.ac.za) Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of
Health Sciences, University of Pretoria, .
(Blitz-Lindeque J.J.) Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Health
Sciences, University of Pretoria, .
(Pickworth G.E.) Faculty of Health Sciences, Telematic Learning and
Education Innovation, University of Pretoria, .
(Munro A.J.) Department of Drama, Faculty of Humanities, University of
Pretoria, .
(Lotriet M.) Faculty of Humanities, Telematic Learning and Education
Innovation, University of Pretoria, .
(Krüger C., christa.kruger@up.ac.za) Department of Psychiatry, Weskoppies
Hospital, Private Bag X113, Pretoria 0001, South Africa.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C. Krüger, Department of Psychiatry, Weskoppies Hospital, Private Bag X113,
Pretoria 0001, South Africa. Email: christa.kruger@up.ac.za
SOURCE
South African Family Practice (2005) 47:6 (60-65). Date of Publication: Jul
2005
ISSN
1726-426X
ABSTRACT
Background: This study describes the lessons learnt from using a novel
method for teaching communication skills to second-year medical/dental
students. Methods: Medical and drama teachers designed this action research
project to serve the educational interests of second-year medical/dental and
drama students. The drama students enacted problematic doctor-patient
scenarios for their forum theatre course. The interactive enactment was done
for groups of 60-70 medical/dental students. The latter interrupted the
actors to suggest improved communication skills. The drama students then
re-enacted the scenarios, incorporating the improvements. The medical/dental
students' knowledge of communication skills was assessed before the
enactment, three weeks later, and again four months after that. Their
semi-structured feedback was analysed thematically. In the next year, the
feedback was used to improve the methodology for the new second-year
students. Results: In both years, the medical/dental students' knowledge
showed a statistically significant improvement after the enactment, and this
was sustained for four months. In year 1, the feedback revolved around
language problems and disrespectful attitudes. In year 2, visual cue cards
of the communication skills were displayed during the act, and the drama
students emphasised these rather than attitudinal problems. However,
feedback showed that caricaturing the doctors' attitudes still detracted
attention from the desired focus on communication skills. Conclusions:
Although the forum theatre method can transfer knowledge of communication
skills, the focus of the acting should be on the demonstration of
inappropriate communication skills rather than inappropriate attitudes. One
limitation of this study is that assessment was limited to knowledge and did
not progress to skills.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
doctor patient relation
interpersonal communication
medical personnel
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
attitude
curriculum
education program
feedback system
human
interdisciplinary communication
medical education
practice guideline
teacher
teaching
EMBASE CLASSIFICATIONS
Public Health, Social Medicine and Epidemiology (17)
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
EMBASE ACCESSION NUMBER
2005432363
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RECORD 47
TITLE
The operational validity of a video-based situational judgment test for
medical college admissions: Illustrating the importance of matching
predictor and criterion construct domains
AUTHOR NAMES
Lievens F.
Buyse T.
Sackett P.R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Lievens F., Filip.Lievens@ugent.be; Buyse T.) Ghent University, .
(Sackett P.R.) University of Minnesota, .
(Lievens F., Filip.Lievens@ugent.be; Buyse T.) Department of Personnel
Management and Work and Organizational Psychology, Ghent University, Ghent,
Belgium.
(Sackett P.R.) Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, .
(Lievens F., Filip.Lievens@ugent.be) Department of Personnel Management and
Work and Organizational Psychology, Ghent University, Henri Dunantlaan 2,
9000, Ghent, Belgium.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
F. Lievens, Department of Personnel Management and Work and Organizational
Psychology, Ghent University, Henri Dunantlaan 2, 9000, Ghent, Belgium.
Email: Filip.Lievens@ugent.be
SOURCE
Journal of Applied Psychology (2005) 90:3 (442-452). Date of Publication:
May 2005
ISSN
0021-9010
BOOK PUBLISHER
American Psychological Association Inc.
ABSTRACT
This study is part of a trend of examining noncognitive predictors, for
example, a situational judgment test (SJT), as supplements to cognitive
predictors for making college admission decisions. The authors examined
criterion data over multiple academic years and universities. The criterion
domain was broadly conceptualized, including both cognitive and
interpersonal domains. The sample consisted of 7,197 candidates of the
Medical and Dental Studies Admission Exam in Belgium. Results confirmed the
importance of cognitive predictors. A video-based SJT was differentially
valid for predicting overall grade point average for different curricula.
The SJT showed incremental validity over cognitively oriented measures for
curricula that included interpersonal courses, but not for other curricula.
The SJT became more valid through the years. This demonstrates the
importance of carefully specifying predictor-criterion linkages and of
differentiating both predictor and criterion constructs. Copyright 2005 by
the American Psychological Association.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
decision making
dental student
education
medical student
videorecording
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
adolescent
adult
aptitude
article
Belgium
curriculum
educational status
female
human
human relation
male
probability
psychologic test
psychological aspect
psychometry
reproducibility
statistics
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
MEDLINE PMID
15910141 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15910141)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/0021-9010.90.3.442
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RECORD 48
TITLE
Maxillomandibular relationship philosophies for prosthodontic treatment: A
survey of dental educators
AUTHOR NAMES
Baker P.S.
Parker M.H.
Ivanhoe J.R.
Gardner F.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Baker P.S., pbaker@mail.mcg.edu; Ivanhoe J.R.; Gardner F.M.) Department of
Oral Rehabilitation, School of Dentistry, Medical College of Georgia, .
(Parker M.H.) Department of Oral Rehabilitation, School of Dentistry, Med.
Coll. Georgia; Staff P., .
(Baker P.S., pbaker@mail.mcg.edu) Medical College of Georgia, School of
Dentistry, 1120 15th St, Augusta, GA 30912-1250, .
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
Department of Oral Rehabilitation, School of Dentistry, Medical College of
Georgia, . Email: pbaker@mail.mcg.edu
SOURCE
Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry (2005) 93:1 (86-90). Date of Publication:
January 2005
ISSN
0022-3913
BOOK PUBLISHER
Mosby Inc.
ABSTRACT
A variety of treatment philosophies persist concerning the need for
coincidence of centric occlusion (CO) and maximum intercuspation (MI) in
prosthodontic restoration; however, no consensus exists. The purpose of this
study was to determine the philosophies of dental educators throughout the
United States at both the predoctoral and postdoctoral levels and to compare
their attitudes toward desirable maxillomandibular relationships in defined
clinical situations. A survey was constructed with 5 clinical scenarios
presented describing patients with a difference between maximum
intercuspation and centric occlusion. The survey was mailed to 171 dentists
involved in either predoctoral or postdoctoral dental programs in the United
States; including 56 dental schools; the Army, Navy, and Air Force
postdoctoral programs; 8 Department of Veterans Affairs postdoctoral
programs; and 7 hospital-based programs. Descriptive statistics of the
responses were provided. Chi-squared (α=.05) and Fisher's exact test
analyses (α=.05) comparing predoctoral and postdoctoral program responses
for each question were performed. Forty-three predoctoral dental school
program responses were received. Forty-one postdoctoral program directors,
including the dental school-based programs, 3 armed service branches, 2
Veterans Administration programs, and 1 hospital-based program responded to
the survey. Fifteen respondents indicated that they represented both
predoctoral and postdoctoral programs, and these data were deleted from the
sample. Summarized results for each question reflect on whether the
clinicians philosophically believed patients were better off with the
elimination of an existing occlusal interference between MI and CO or not.
There was no statistically significant difference seen between the
predoctoral and postdoctoral responses. The controversy regarding the
preferred mandibular position for treatment of dentulous and partially
edentulous patients continues among dental educators at both the predoctoral
and postdoctoral levels in the United States.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
mandible
maxilla
tooth prosthesis
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
clinical practice
dentist
dentistry
edentulousness
human
medical education
physician attitude
practice guideline
questionnaire
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
MEDLINE PMID
15624003 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15624003)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.prosdent.2004.11.002
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RECORD 49
TITLE
White coat principles.
AUTHOR NAMES
Peltier B.N.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Peltier B.N.) Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, San Francisco, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
B.N. Peltier, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, San Francisco, USA.
Email: bpeltier@pacific.edu
SOURCE
The Journal of the American College of Dentists (2004) 71:4 (53-56). Date of
Publication: 2004 Winter
ISSN
0002-7979
ABSTRACT
The White Coat Ceremony, which many dental schools use to mark the
transition to patient care, is an opportunity to reflect on the values of
dental practice. Eight principles are offered for consideration: 1 ) patient
care is the point of practice; 2) the doctor-patient relationship is
essential; 3) discuss options and possibilities; 4) mistakes will be made;
5) tell the truth; be assertive; 7 ) consult; and 8) manage your stress and
your life.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
assertiveness
Bioethics and Professional Ethics
doctor patient relation
human
interpersonal communication
mental stress
patient care
patient referral
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
15948496 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15948496)
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RECORD 50
TITLE
For the dental patient. Looking for a dental project for school? Some food
for thought.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
Journal of the American Dental Association (1939) (2004) 135:11 (1643). Date
of Publication: Nov 2004
ISSN
0002-8177
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dentistry
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
decision making
history
information center
information service
Internet
patient education
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
15622671 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15622671)
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RECORD 51
TITLE
A new dental school/a new dental museum.
AUTHOR NAMES
Jacobsohn P.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Jacobsohn P.) Marquette University Dental Museum, Milwaukee, WI, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
P. Jacobsohn, Marquette University Dental Museum, Milwaukee, WI, USA.
SOURCE
Journal of the history of dentistry (2003) 51:3 (119-120). Date of
Publication: Nov 2003
ISSN
1089-6287
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
history of medicine
information center
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental education
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14621263 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14621263)
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RECORD 52
TITLE
Journey through time. The Dr. and Mrs. Edwin F Weaver III. Historical Dental
Museum. Temple University School of Dentistry.
AUTHOR NAMES
Galeone R.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Galeone R.J.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R.J. Galeone,
SOURCE
Pennsylvania dental journal (2003) 70:6 (23-25). Date of Publication: 2003
Nov-Dec
ISSN
0031-4439
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
history of medicine
information center
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental education
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14705329 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14705329)
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RECORD 53
TITLE
Eleazar Parmly: clinician, educator, poet.
AUTHOR NAMES
Shklar G.
Chernin D.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Shklar G.; Chernin D.) Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston, MA 02115,
USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
G. Shklar, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston, MA 02115, USA.
SOURCE
Journal of the history of dentistry (2003) 51:2 (51-55). Date of
Publication: Jul 2003
ISSN
1089-6287
ABSTRACT
Eleazar Parmly was one of the major figures in the history of American
dentistry. He was, to a large extent, responsible for rescuing American
dentistry from a primitive craft and establishing it as a respected
profession, with national societies, ethical principles, dental degrees
representing appropriate qualifications, national journals where knowledge
could be imparted, and the development of dental colleges. In addition to
being a well-trained practitioner and educator, with graduate studies in
England and France, Parmly was a gifted poet and set down his autobiography
in verse.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
health care organization
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
art
article
history
literature
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
12846256 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12846256)
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RECORD 54
TITLE
The art and science of Swedish dentistry: from Brånemark implants to
problem-based learning.
AUTHOR NAMES
Hsu R.H.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Hsu R.H.) University of Washington Dental School, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R.H. Hsu, University of Washington Dental School, USA. Email:
ronhsu@u.washington.edu
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2003) 67:6 (608-610). Date of Publication: Jun
2003
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
problem based learning
tooth implantation
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dentistry
human
Sweden
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
12856959 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12856959)
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RECORD 55
TITLE
The effectiveness of computer-aided, self-instructional programs in dental
education: a systematic review of the literature.
AUTHOR NAMES
Rosenberg H.
Grad H.A.
Matear D.W.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Rosenberg H.; Grad H.A.; Matear D.W.) Department of Pharmacology, Faculty
of Dentistry, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada MSG1G8.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
H. Rosenberg, Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Dentistry, University
of Toronto, Ontario, Canada MSG1G8.
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2003) 67:5 (524-532). Date of Publication: May
2003
ISSN
0022-0337
ABSTRACT
Computer-aided learning (CAL), self-instructional programs provide an
accessible, interactive, and flexible way of presenting curriculum material.
In order to assess the effectiveness of CAL programs in dental education, a
systematic review of the published literature comparing CAL with other
teaching methods was performed. A systematic search of the published
literature was performed. Articles formally assessed for inclusion had to
meet the following criteria: randomized controlled trials comparing CAL with
any other method of instruction, and the use of academically homogeneous
dental students or dental professionals with objective, predefined outcome
criteria measuring performance, time spent, and attitudes. The searches
located a total of 1,042 articles; of these, only twenty-seven articles met
the inclusion criteria. Further quality assessment identified twelve studies
that were included in the final review. Five of the studies documented
statistically significant differences in outcome measures (scores on
multiple choice, written or oral tests, and clinical performance) favoring
CAL over comparison group(s), while six revealed no statistically
significant differences. One study documented a greater improvement in test
scores in the seminar group over the CAL group. Participants' attitudes
towards CAL in the included studies are also discussed. Our study concluded
that CAL is as effective as other methods of teaching and can be used as an
adjunct to traditional education or as a means of self-instruction.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
education
teaching
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
attitude
clinical competence
clinical trial
comparative study
controlled clinical trial
dental student
human
meta analysis
methodology
randomized controlled trial
statistics
time
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
12809187 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12809187)
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RECORD 56
TITLE
Reexamining educational philosophy: the issue of professional
responsibility, "Cleveland First".
AUTHOR NAMES
Wotman S.
Lalumandier J.
Canion S.
Zakariasen K.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Wotman S.; Lalumandier J.; Canion S.; Zakariasen K.) Department of
Community Dentistry, Case Western Reserve University School of Dentistry,
10900 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44106-4905, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S. Wotman, Department of Community Dentistry, Case Western Reserve
University School of Dentistry, 10900 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44106-4905,
USA.
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (2003) 67:4 (406-411). Date of Publication: Apr
2003
ISSN
0022-0337
ABSTRACT
This paper proposes a shift of emphasis in the dental curriculum from
measures to protect and improve the oral health of individuals to measures
to protect and improve the oral health of the community or society. This
shift represents a fundamental change in educational philosophy of the
dental school. To illustrate this shift in emphasis, this paper describes a
demonstration project to test the feasibility of this approach involving all
seventy first-year students in the Case Western Reserve University School of
Dentistry in a four-week experience placing dental sealants in erupting
molars of second and sixth graders in fifty schools of the Cleveland City
School System. In future years, the program is expected to reach all second
and sixth graders in the Cleveland School System. The experience is a
required integral component of the curriculum, involving every student in
the class, and is designed to make a demonstrable difference in oral health
in the City of Cleveland. The experience is reinforced with course material
on professional responsibility. The school is developing additional
intensive experiences for second-, third-, and fourth-year classes involving
smoking prevention for adolescents, oral health maintenance for nursing home
residents, and dental care delivery in the inner city. The initial year of
the program has had effects on students' responses to other elements of the
first-year curriculum that go beyond the experience of placing sealants in
children's teeth. The focused efforts of dental students every year are
expected to have a measurable effect on the disparities in oral health found
in the City of Cleveland as well as a measurable effect on dental students'
and dentists' attitudes concerning professional responsibility.
EMTREE DRUG INDEX TERMS
fissure sealant
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental procedure
philosophy
social behavior
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
child
curriculum
education
feasibility study
health personnel attitude
human
methodology
school dentistry
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
12749569 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12749569)
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RECORD 57
TITLE
Ethics: How the Apothecaries Act of 1815 shaped the dental profession. Part
2. The chemist-dentists and the education of dentists.
AUTHOR NAMES
Bishop M.G.
Gelbier S.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Bishop M.G.; Gelbier S.) Division of Dental Public Health and Oral Health
Services Research, Guy's King's & St Thomas' Dental Institute, King's
College, London, UK.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M.G. Bishop, Division of Dental Public Health and Oral Health Services
Research, Guy's King's & St Thomas' Dental Institute, King's College,
London, UK. Email: dph.admin@kcl.ac.uk
SOURCE
British dental journal (2002) 193:12 (683-686). Date of Publication: 21 Dec
2002
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
history of medicine
law
medical ethics
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental education
history
human
pharmacy
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
12529722 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12529722)
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RECORD 58
TITLE
Undergraduate training in the atraumatic restorative treatment (ART)
approach--an activity report.
AUTHOR NAMES
Mickenautsch S.
Rudolph M.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Mickenautsch S.; Rudolph M.J.) Division of Public Oral Health, Univeristy
of The Witwatersrand Medical School, 7 York Rd, Parktown 2193.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S. Mickenautsch, Division of Public Oral Health, Univeristy of The
Witwatersrand Medical School, 7 York Rd, Parktown 2193. Email:
neem@altavista.net
SOURCE
SADJ : journal of the South African Dental Association = tydskrif van die
Suid-Afrikaanse Tandheelkundige Vereniging (2002) 57:9 (355-357). Date of
Publication: Sep 2002
ISSN
1029-4864
ABSTRACT
The Division of Public Oral Health at the University of the Witwatersrand
conducted a 2-week ART training course for 5th year dental students in the
School of Oral Health Sciences. Students were taught both theoretical
knowledge and clinical skills in ART. Course evaluation showed that the
course achieved its aims and objectives and was considered a worthwhile
experience by students. However, there were some limitations to the format
of the programme. We recommend that ART should be integrated as part of
clinical student training in the BDS curriculum.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental surgery
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
adolescent
article
child
clinical competence
clinical education
dental anxiety (prevention)
dental caries (therapy)
dental health education
dental procedure
devices
education
female
health care quality
human
male
mass screening
methodology
mouth hygiene
primary health care
teaching
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
12494711 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12494711)
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RECORD 59
TITLE
Dental schools teach philosophy of service.
AUTHOR NAMES
Knittel C.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Knittel C.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C. Knittel, Email: collette@cda.org
SOURCE
Journal of the California Dental Association (2002) 30:8 (601-602, 604-606).
Date of Publication: Aug 2002
ISSN
1043-2256
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
community care
dental clinic
dental education
philosophy
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
curriculum
economics
human
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
12184682 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12184682)
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RECORD 60
TITLE
Is there a link between writing ability, drawing aptitude and manual skills
of dental students?
AUTHOR NAMES
Gillet D.
Quinton A.
Jeannel A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Gillet D.; Quinton A.; Jeannel A.) Faculty of Odontology, University Victor
Segalen Bordeaux, France.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
D. Gillet, Faculty of Odontology, University Victor Segalen Bordeaux,
France.
SOURCE
European journal of dental education : official journal of the Association
for Dental Education in Europe (2002) 6:2 (69-73). Date of Publication: May
2002
ISSN
1396-5883
ABSTRACT
In France, students have to choose between medical or dental courses,
according to their rank, after a competitive examination at the end of their
first year of study. Intellectual ability is evaluated, while manual
competence is not, and this is a paradox. The purpose of the present study
is to investigate whether it is possible to predict the manual aptitude of a
dental student through tests that allow the qualities of reflection and
organization to be judged. We administered writing tests and drawing tests
to 45 students of the Bordeaux dental school to ascertain whether there was
a correlation between the competitive examination, the criterion examined
(reflection, organization, aesthetics em leader) and the results of the
dental practical assessments during the first year of dental study. The
results showed that although manual competence in dental practical work,
graphic qualities and writing skills are connected, it is difficult to
correlate them directly with competitive examination performance. In view of
the number of uncontrolled variables influencing the students' outcome, is
it useful to be able to predict who will become a good practitioner? One
indication may be found in the moral reasoning of candidates.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
aptitude
art
dental student
motor performance
writing
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
analysis of variance
article
classification
cognition
dental education
education
forecasting
France
human
intelligence
learning
memory
nonparametric test
physiology
thinking
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
11975668 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11975668)
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RECORD 61
TITLE
Orland lectureship. Heartland dentistry: a history of dental education and
practice in Missouri and Kansas.
AUTHOR NAMES
Mixson J.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Mixson J.M.) University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.M. Mixson, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry, USA.
SOURCE
Journal of the history of dentistry (2002) 50:1 (35-39). Date of
Publication: Mar 2002
ISSN
1089-6287
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
art
article
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
11944502 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11944502)
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RECORD 62
TITLE
Comparative cost of ART and conventional treatment within a dental school
clinic.
AUTHOR NAMES
Mickenautsch S.
Munshi I.
Grossman E.S.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Mickenautsch S.; Munshi I.; Grossman E.S.) Division of Public Oral Health,
School of Oral Health Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of
the Witwatersrand, South Africa.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S. Mickenautsch, Division of Public Oral Health, School of Oral Health
Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, South
Africa.
SOURCE
SADJ : journal of the South African Dental Association = tydskrif van die
Suid-Afrikaanse Tandheelkundige Vereniging (2002) 57:2 (52-58). Date of
Publication: Feb 2002
ISSN
1029-4864
ABSTRACT
BACKGROUND: The changing oral health needs in South Africa require that both
the teaching and clinical techniques of atraumatic restorative treatment
(ART) form a part of the restorative undergraduate curriculum. OBJECTIVE:
This study was undertaken to establish and compare the estimated costing of
an amalgam, composite resin and ART restoration within the Board of Health
Funders (BHF) recommended scale of benefits at the School of Oral Health
Sciences Oral and Dental Hospital, University of the Witwatersrand (SOHS).
METHODS: Fixed and variable costs were calculated by pricing items and
equipment used in each procedure. The output values were established
according to the recommended scale of benefits (BHF, 1999). This enabled the
calculation of contribution margins and net income for each of the three
restorations. RESULTS: The annual capital cost for the ART approach is
approximately 50% of the other two options (e.g. per multiple surface
restoration ART = R1.58; amalgam and composite resin restorative procedures:
R3.12 and R3.10 respectively), despite the fact that ART restorations are
rendered in a modern dental setting. CONCLUSIONS: Our study shows that
implementation of the ART approach within the clinic setting of the SOHS can
be accomplished without additional cost. Furthermore ART can be performed as
an economically viable alternative to conventional treatment procedures
within the clinic setting. The study represents a first step towards
determining the cost efficiency of implementing ART as a pragmatic and
cost-effective restorative option within the SOHS, University of the
Witwatersrand.
EMTREE DRUG INDEX TERMS
dental alloy
resin
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental clinic
dental surgery
health care cost
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
comparative study
economics
education
human
methodology
minimally invasive surgery
statistical model
CAS REGISTRY NUMBERS
dental alloy (8049-85-2)
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
11921638 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11921638)
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RECORD 63
TITLE
Origins of Argentinean dentistry and development of teaching.
AUTHOR NAMES
Siutti O.W.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Siutti O.W.) Museum and Center for Historical Studies, Faculty of Dentistry
of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
O.W. Siutti, Museum and Center for Historical Studies, Faculty of Dentistry
of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
SOURCE
Journal of the history of dentistry (2001) 49:2 (51-55). Date of
Publication: Jul 2001
ISSN
1089-6287
ABSTRACT
The history of the legal practice of dentistry in the Rio de la Plata region
is given. The first diplomas were given in 1891 by the Medical Tribunal,
before the creation of the dental school in Buenos Aires. The inauguration
of teaching courses and the different teaching plans, as well as the
biography of the teachers who initiated the teaching in Argentina are
presented as are the creation of the School of Dentistry and the appearance
of the three schools of the College of Medical Sciences in the monumental
new building. Portraits of the teachers Etcheparborda, Pereira, Erausquin
and Guardo, crafters of the old school are presented, together with those of
the administrators of the university complex and the College, Profs. Dr.
Jose Arce and Ricardo C. Guardo.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
teaching
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
Argentina
art
article
certification
history
human
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
11484313 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11484313)
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RECORD 64
TITLE
Alfred P. Southwick, MDS, DDS: dental practitioner, educator and originator
of electrical executions.
AUTHOR NAMES
Christen A.G.
Christen J.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Christen A.G.; Christen J.A.) Indiana University School of Dentistry, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.G. Christen, Indiana University School of Dentistry, USA.
SOURCE
Journal of the history of dentistry (2000) 48:3 (117-122). Date of
Publication: Nov 2000
ISSN
1089-6287
ABSTRACT
The search for a modern, humane method of criminal execution was triggered
by a freak accident which occurred in Buffalo, New York in 1881. Dr. Alfred
P. Southwick (a former steam-boat engineer, noted dentist and dental
educator) happened to witness an intoxicated man die after he inadvertently
touched a live generator terminal. Southwick's initial reaction was shock.
Later, as he pondered this tragic event, he concluded that electrocution
was, at least, a quick and seemingly painless way to depart from this earth.
As his thoughts turned to common methods of capital punishment, Alfred
concluded that death by electrocution could become a more humane
alternative, as compared with the more grisly methods (e.g., hanging,
beheading by guillotine, garroting, suffocation and flaying). Working
through the governor of New York and the state legislature, Southwick
originated and successfully promoted the passage of laws which mandated
electrical executions in New York and in approximately 20 other states.
During 1888-1889, Southwick served on the state's three-person Electrical
Death Commission, a group who reported that electrical execution was
superior to all other methods. On January 1, 1889, the world's first
electrical execution law went into effect. On August 6, 1890, William
Francis Kemmler, who had murdered his mistress, was the first person to die
in the electric chair. However, this public event became an amateurish
spectacle: the initial surge of current did not cause Kemmler's immediate
death and a second jolt was needed. Those who witnessed this bungled
execution were stunned. Graphic and detailed criticism from both the press
and the general public ran high. However, Dr. Southwick vigorously continued
to support and finally achieve his goal--to humanize capital punishment
through the legal use of electrical execution.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
history of medicine
punishment
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
electricity
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
11806253 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11806253)
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RECORD 65
TITLE
The essential endodontic literature: a survey of postgraduate program
directors.
AUTHOR NAMES
Johnson B.R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Johnson B.R.) Department of Endodontics (M/C 642), University of Illinois
at Chicago, 801 South Paulina Street, Chicago, IL 60612-7212, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
B.R. Johnson, Department of Endodontics (M/C 642), University of Illinois at
Chicago, 801 South Paulina Street, Chicago, IL 60612-7212, USA.
SOURCE
Journal of endodontics (2000) 26:8 (447-449). Date of Publication: Aug 2000
ISSN
0099-2399
ABSTRACT
Hundreds of new articles are added to the body of knowledge in endodontics
each year. However, a comparatively small number of articles have had a
disproportionately large influence on the progress and development of the
specialty of endodontics. A survey of postgraduate program directors was
conducted to attempt to identify a highly selective short list of articles
that program directors felt should be included on every postgraduate reading
list. The survey results were then compared with the more objective
benchmark of citation indexing. The results of this survey suggest that the
collective opinion of the postgraduate program directors correlates well
with the results obtained from citation analysis.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
endodontics
publication
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
documentation
education
human
information processing
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
11199776 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11199776)
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RECORD 66
TITLE
Beginning to do research. Tips for literature search and reference
collection.
AUTHOR NAMES
Sreedhar C.V.
Kharbanda O.P.
Kumar S.N.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Sreedhar C.V.; Kharbanda O.P.; Kumar S.N.) All India Institute of Medical
Sciences, New Delhi.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C.V. Sreedhar, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.
SOURCE
Indian journal of dental research : official publication of Indian Society
for Dental Research (2000) 11:2 (43-49). Date of Publication: 2000 Apr-Jun
ISSN
0970-9290
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental research
scientific literature
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
editorial
human
information processing
information retrieval
information service
information system
library
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
11336028 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11336028)
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RECORD 67
TITLE
Orland Lectureship. Education and dentistry in Hawaii.
AUTHOR NAMES
Curtis E.K.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Curtis E.K.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
E.K. Curtis,
SOURCE
Journal of the history of dentistry (2000) 48:1 (40-42). Date of
Publication: Mar 2000
ISSN
1089-6287
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental health education
health care organization
history
human
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
11794336 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11794336)
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RECORD 68
TITLE
Humanities in dental education: a focus on understanding the child.
AUTHOR NAMES
Balis S.A.
Rule J.T.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Balis S.A.; Rule J.T.) Department of Pediatric Dentistry, University of
Maryland Dental School, Baltimore, 21201, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S.A. Balis, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, University of Maryland Dental
School, Baltimore, 21201, USA. Email: sab002@dental.umaryland.edu
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1999) 63:9 (709-715). Date of Publication: Sep
1999
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
child behavior
dental education
doctor patient relation
humanities
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
child
child psychology
education
health care quality
human
interpersonal communication
medical education
program development
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
10518209 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10518209)
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RECORD 69
TITLE
Computer-generated slides: outdated technology or state-of-the-art
presentation style?
AUTHOR NAMES
Hinds K.F.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Hinds K.F.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
K.F. Hinds,
SOURCE
Journal of esthetic dentistry (1998) 10:4 (198-207). Date of Publication:
1998
ISSN
1040-1466
ABSTRACT
With the explosion of computerization, it appears that the business
community is switching to computer-based presentations, projecting onto a
screen directly from a computer, instead of the old standard of presenting
with slides. However, the dental profession has been slow to follow.
Although some speakers have switched to computer-based presentations, slides
are still the standard in 1998. With the advent of numerous new computer
software programs, clinicians are now able to generate highly sophisticated
slides, that can be an equally powerful medium to communicate with the
audience. Unfortunately, many clinicians are not taking advantage of the
benefits of this technology. This article explains the simplicity of
generating professional, high quality slides, reviews the major programs and
equipment available to accomplish this task, and previews the multitude of
applications this technology offers to practitioners as well as educators.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
audiovisual equipment
dental education
image processing
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
computer graphics
computer program
methodology
patient education
photography
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
9893515 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9893515)
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RECORD 70
TITLE
Helmut Heydt and the unpublished after dinner speech.
AUTHOR NAMES
Shear M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Shear M.) Department of Oral Pathology, University of the Western Cape,
Mitchells Plain.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M. Shear, Department of Oral Pathology, University of the Western Cape,
Mitchells Plain.
SOURCE
SADJ : journal of the South African Dental Association = tydskrif van die
Suid-Afrikaanse Tandheelkundige Vereniging (1998) 53:6 (341-345). Date of
Publication: Jun 1998
ISSN
1029-4864
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
health care organization
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
African American
art
article
Black person
dentist
education
history
social psychology
South Africa
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
9759068 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9759068)
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RECORD 71
TITLE
Looking back on six decades of dentistry.
AUTHOR NAMES
Bliss F.F.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Bliss F.F.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
F.F. Bliss,
SOURCE
Harvard dental bulletin (1998) 7:2 (26-28). Date of Publication: 1998 Summer
ISSN
1062-029X
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
art
article
history
literature
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
11820129 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11820129)
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RECORD 72
TITLE
Dentistry on stamps.
AUTHOR NAMES
Loevy H.T.
Kowitz A.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Loevy H.T.; Kowitz A.A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
H.T. Loevy,
SOURCE
Journal of the history of dentistry (1998) 46:1 (45). Date of Publication:
Mar 1998
ISSN
1089-6287
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
art
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
Korea
university
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
9722336 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9722336)
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RECORD 73
TITLE
Joseph Fox: a manuscript in the National Library of Medicine.
AUTHOR NAMES
Cohen R.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Cohen R.A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R.A. Cohen,
SOURCE
Journal of the history of dentistry (1997) 45:3 (105-106). Date of
Publication: Nov 1997
ISSN
1089-6287
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
publication
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
library
United Kingdom
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
9693598 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9693598)
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RECORD 74
TITLE
Dental mythology and the Institute of Medicine report.
AUTHOR NAMES
Barnett M.L.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Barnett M.L.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M.L. Barnett,
SOURCE
Journal of dental research (1997) 76:9 (1524-1525). Date of Publication: Sep
1997
ISSN
0022-0345
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
organization
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
dental research
economics
editorial
education
financial management
human
literature
practice guideline
problem based learning
stomatology
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
9294483 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9294483)
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RECORD 75
TITLE
Pediatric dental care: state of the art versus state of the science.
AUTHOR NAMES
Crall J.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Crall J.J.) Department of Pediatric Dentistry, University of Connecticut,
School of Dental Medicine, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.J. Crall, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, University of Connecticut,
School of Dental Medicine, USA.
SOURCE
Pediatric dentistry (1997) 19:2 (135-137). Date of Publication: 1997 Mar-Apr
ISSN
0164-1263
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dentistry
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
education
health care organization
human
methodology
outcome assessment
standard
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
9106879 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9106879)
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RECORD 76
TITLE
Trends in dental education: a literature review.
AUTHOR NAMES
Bennett I.C.
Boyd M.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Bennett I.C.; Boyd M.A.) Faculty of Dentistry, University of British
Columbia, Vancouver.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
I.C. Bennett, Faculty of Dentistry, University of British Columbia,
Vancouver.
SOURCE
Journal (Canadian Dental Association) (1996) 62:12 (931-937). Date of
Publication: Dec 1996
ISSN
0709-8936
ABSTRACT
The dental literature for the past 30 years, with emphasis on recent
publications, was reviewed for articles on trends in dental education. A
keyword search of the MEDLINE database identified 6,055 papers, from which
those most likely to predict future trends are considered in this article.
Particular emphasis is placed on the Institute of Medicine of the National
Academy of Sciences 1995 study, "Dental Education at the Crossroads:
Challenges and Change." Reactions to this U.S.-based study are also
detailed. Trends in curriculum analysis, curriculum change and reform,
curriculum length, dental school financing, dental student costs, dental
school and university relationships, dental school patient care, dental
research, accreditation, oral health and trends from outside North America
are documented. In addition, a series of predictions are made, and a brief
bibliography of the 51 most relevant references is included.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
accreditation
Canada
curriculum
education
health service
human
Medline
organization
review
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
8990677 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8990677)
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RECORD 77
TITLE
The Tweed philosophy: the Tweed years.
AUTHOR NAMES
Cross J.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Cross J.J.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.J. Cross,
SOURCE
Seminars in orthodontics (1996) 2:4 (231-236). Date of Publication: Dec 1996
ISSN
1073-8746
ABSTRACT
Charles H. Tweed revolutionized clinical orthodontics. His inquisitive
scientific mind coupled with his outstanding clinical ability and his
unselfish work ethic are legendary. He gave the orthodontic specialist
diagnostic and mechanical treatment concepts that have stood the tests of
both time and intense scrutiny.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
cephalometry
dental education
orthodontics
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
art
article
history
human
methodology
orthodontic device
philosophy
tooth extraction
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
9161293 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9161293)
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RECORD 78
TITLE
Importance of a philosophical framework.
AUTHOR NAMES
Formicola A.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Formicola A.J.) Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery, New
York, NY 10032, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.J. Formicola, Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery, New
York, NY 10032, USA.
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1996) 60:10 (812-815). Date of Publication: Oct
1996
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
philosophy
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
8892504 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8892504)
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RECORD 79
TITLE
Using "literature" to evaluate new drugs.
AUTHOR NAMES
Felpel L.P.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Felpel L.P.) Department of Pharmacology, University of Texas Health Science
Center, San Antonio, 78284, USA.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
L.P. Felpel, Department of Pharmacology, University of Texas Health Science
Center, San Antonio, 78284, USA.
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1996) 60:5 (465-466). Date of Publication: May
1996
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE DRUG INDEX TERMS
drug
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
pharmacology
prescription
teaching
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
advertizing
article
clinical competence
education
human
methodology
thinking
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
8636516 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8636516)
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RECORD 80
TITLE
The art and science of primary dental care.
AUTHOR NAMES
Scott J.P.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Scott J.P.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.P. Scott,
SOURCE
Primary dental care : journal of the Faculty of General Dental Practitioners
(UK) (1995) 2:2 (35). Date of Publication: Sep 1995
ISSN
1355-7610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental procedure
dental student
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
economics
editorial
education
human
standard
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
8941793 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8941793)
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RECORD 81
TITLE
The sensitivity to chlorhexidine and cetyl pyridinium chloride of
staphylococci on the hands of dental students and theatre staff exposed to
these disinfectants
AUTHOR NAMES
Millns B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Millns B.) Department of Clinical Dental Sciences, University of Liverpool,
P.O. Box 147, Liverpool L69 3BX, United Kingdom.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
B. Millns, Department Clinical Dental Sciences, University of Liverpool, PO
Box 147, Liverpool L69 3BX, United Kingdom.
SOURCE
Journal of Hospital Infection (1994) 26:2 (99-104). Date of Publication:
1994
ISSN
0195-6701
BOOK PUBLISHER
W.B. Saunders Ltd, 32 Jamestown Road, London, United Kingdom.
ABSTRACT
The aim of this investigation was to study the possible emergence of
resistant isolates of the genus Staphylococcus on the hands of dental
personnel who use 'Hibiscrub' (chlorhexidine-detergent preparation) and
cetyl pyridinium-coated gloves. Resistance was determined by a rate-of-kill
technique. In four dental student groups (first, second, third and fourth
years) no microorganisms survived 30 min exposure to cetyl pyridinium
chloride (CPC) or to chlorhexidine diacetate (CDA). In a theatre staff group
no microorganisms survived 30 s exposure to CPC; and only one of 23 isolates
survived 30 min exposure to CDA, but was killed after 60 min exposure. It is
concluded that staphylococci resistant to either of these disinfectants do
not present a problem in dental students or theatre staff.
EMTREE DRUG INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
cetylpyridinium salt
chlorhexidine
chlorhexidine acetate
chlorhexidine gluconate
EMTREE DRUG INDEX TERMS
disinfectant agent
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
antibiotic resistance
antibiotic sensitivity
disinfection
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
cross infection
female
glove
hand
hand washing
hospital personnel
human
male
nonhuman
normal human
operating room
Staphylococcus
student
DRUG TRADE NAMES
hibiscrub
CAS REGISTRY NUMBERS
cetylpyridinium salt (123-03-5, 140-72-7, 2349-55-5, 7773-52-6)
chlorhexidine (3697-42-5, 55-56-1)
chlorhexidine acetate (36466-50-9, 56-95-1)
chlorhexidine gluconate (18472-51-0)
EMBASE CLASSIFICATIONS
Microbiology: Bacteriology, Mycology, Parasitology and Virology (4)
Drug Literature Index (37)
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
LANGUAGE OF SUMMARY
English
EMBASE ACCESSION NUMBER
1994093158
MEDLINE PMID
7911154 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7911154)
FULL TEXT LINK
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0195-6701(94)90051-5
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RECORD 82
TITLE
Research in dental health education and health promotion: a review of the
literature.
AUTHOR NAMES
Brown L.F.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Brown L.F.) School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Parkville,
Victoria, Australia.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
L.F. Brown, School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Parkville,
Victoria, Australia.
SOURCE
Health education quarterly (1994) 21:1 (83-102). Date of Publication: 1994
Spring
ISSN
0195-8402
ABSTRACT
This article presents a review of research in dental health education and
health promotion. In the period 1982 to 1992, a total of 57 studies
evaluating the effectiveness of interventions to alter individuals' behavior
related to dental health were identified. Combining the results of these 57
studies with descriptive articles published over the same period, it appears
that dental health education can result in improvements in objective
measures of dental health behaviors and actual oral health measures, but has
only limited success in changing attitudes towards dental issues and
achieves only short-term gains in knowledge. The limited use of theoretical
frameworks, poor statistical analyses, the use of convenient samples and the
short post-intervention follow-up periods diminish the contribution of this
research to the development of dental health policy and the formation of
strategies to improve the health of communities.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental health education
health promotion
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
adolescent
adult
aged
child
female
follow up
health survey
human
infant
male
methodology
middle aged
preschool child
research
review
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
8188495 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8188495)
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RECORD 83
TITLE
History of dentistry in Japan and the Tokyo Dental College.
AUTHOR NAMES
Gelbier S.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Gelbier S.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S. Gelbier,
SOURCE
Dental historian : Lindsay Club newsletter (1992) :23 (8-14). Date of
Publication: Nov 1992
ISSN
0958-6687
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
Japan
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1345227 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1345227)
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RECORD 84
TITLE
Dentistry in New Zealand from the pioneer era to the present.
AUTHOR NAMES
Fyfe D.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Fyfe D.M.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
D.M. Fyfe,
SOURCE
British dental journal (1992) 172:6 (254-255). Date of Publication: 21 Mar
1992
ISSN
0007-0610
ABSTRACT
As a final year undergraduate dental student at the University of
Manchester, I visited the school of dentistry at the University of Otago in
Dunedin, New Zealand (South Island) for the month of July, 1991 to do
research for my non-clinical elective. This article is a description of some
of the history of dentistry, dental education and the local way of life I
glimpsed during this visit.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
ethnology
history
human
New Zealand
Polynesia
tooth disease
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1554536 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1554536)
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RECORD 85
TITLE
Predoctoral education for TMD and orofacial pain: a philosophical overview.
AUTHOR NAMES
Greene C.S.
Stockstill J.W.
Clark G.T.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Greene C.S.; Stockstill J.W.; Clark G.T.) Northwestern University Dental
School.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C.S. Greene, Northwestern University Dental School.
SOURCE
Journal of craniomandibular disorders : facial & oral pain (1992) 6:2
(111-112). Date of Publication: 1992 Spring
ISSN
0890-2739
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
face pain
temporomandibular joint disorder
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1401125 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1401125)
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RECORD 86
TITLE
Postdoctoral education for TMD and orofacial pain: a philosophical overview.
AUTHOR NAMES
Fricton J.R.
Pullinger A.G.
Mohl N.D.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Fricton J.R.; Pullinger A.G.; Mohl N.D.) School of Dentistry, University of
Minnesota.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.R. Fricton, School of Dentistry, University of Minnesota.
SOURCE
Journal of craniomandibular disorders : facial & oral pain (1992) 6:2
(123-125). Date of Publication: 1992 Spring
ISSN
0890-2739
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
face pain
temporomandibular joint disorder
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1401128 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1401128)
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RECORD 87
TITLE
Continuing education for TMD and orofacial pain: a philosophical overview.
AUTHOR NAMES
McNeill C.
Falace D.
Attanasio R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(McNeill C.; Falace D.; Attanasio R.) TMJ Clinic, University of California
at San Francisco.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C. McNeill, TMJ Clinic, University of California at San Francisco.
SOURCE
Journal of craniomandibular disorders : facial & oral pain (1992) 6:2
(135-136). Date of Publication: 1992 Spring
ISSN
0890-2739
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
face pain
temporomandibular joint disorder
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1401130 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1401130)
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RECORD 88
TITLE
'Science, myths and lies in dentistry'.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
British dental journal (1991) 171:8 (236). Date of Publication: 19 Oct 1991
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
human
letter
philosophy
teaching
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1804265 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1804265)
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RECORD 89
TITLE
The use of theatre in dental health education.
AUTHOR NAMES
Bourke L.F.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Bourke L.F.) Queensland Department of Health, Division of Dental Services.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
L.F. Bourke, Queensland Department of Health, Division of Dental Services.
SOURCE
Australian dental journal (1991) 36:4 (310-311). Date of Publication: Aug
1991
ISSN
0045-0421
ABSTRACT
This report describes the use of theatre as a strategy for school dental
health education. A play with messages relating to dental disease and its
prevention was staged by school dental personnel for middle level primary
schoolchildren. Feedback from the school staff indicated that the
performance was well received and understood by the majority of the pupils.
School dental personnel found that the awareness of dental disease and its
prevention among their patients was generally more positive after the play.
It thus appears that theatre is a useful medium for dental health education
of young people.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental health education
humanities
teaching
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
child
human
methodology
mouth hygiene
tooth plaque (prevention)
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1789766 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1789766)
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RECORD 90
TITLE
Bibliography of the current world literature.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
Current opinion in dentistry (1991) 1:4 (511-523). Date of Publication: Aug
1991
ISSN
1046-0764
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
infection
temporomandibular joint disorder
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1802014 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1802014)
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RECORD 91
TITLE
The dental curriculum: the interplay of pragmatic necessities, national
needs, and educational philosophies in shaping its future.
AUTHOR NAMES
Formicola A.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Formicola A.J.) Columbia University, School of Dental and Oral Surgery, New
York, NY 10032.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.J. Formicola, Columbia University, School of Dental and Oral Surgery, New
York, NY 10032.
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1991) 55:6 (358-364). Date of Publication: Jun
1991
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
clinical education
education
health service
human
philosophy
sociology
teaching
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
2066499 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2066499)
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RECORD 92
TITLE
Dr. William J. Gies's contribution to dental research, education, and
journalism.
AUTHOR NAMES
Millstein C.B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Millstein C.B.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C.B. Millstein,
SOURCE
Journal of the Massachusetts Dental Society (1991) 40:3 (131). Date of
Publication: 1991 Summer
ISSN
0025-4800
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
history of medicine
publishing
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
art
article
dental education
health care organization
history
research
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1940673 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1940673)
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RECORD 93
TITLE
Badges of the dental profession. The Chairman's Medallion of the London
Chapter of the Alpha Omega Fraternity.
AUTHOR NAMES
Stern M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Stern M.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M. Stern,
SOURCE
British dental journal (1991) 170:5 (201). Date of Publication: 9 Mar 1991
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
health care organization
history
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
social psychology
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
2018697 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2018697)
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RECORD 94
TITLE
Texas dentistry, past and present, on the 20th anniversary of the University
of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School.
AUTHOR NAMES
Titus H.W.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Titus H.W.) University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio,
Department of Restorative Dentistry.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
H.W. Titus, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio,
Department of Restorative Dentistry.
SOURCE
Texas dental journal (1990) 107:12 (7-13, 44). Date of Publication: Dec 1990
ISSN
0040-4284
ABSTRACT
An outline of the development of dentistry in Texas is presented. The growth
of higher education and the emergence of the University of Texas Health
Science Center at San Antonio and its Dental School is highlighted on the
20th anniversary of the Dental School.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
2284615 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2284615)
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RECORD 95
TITLE
John Humphreys.
AUTHOR NAMES
Anderson R.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Anderson R.J.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R.J. Anderson,
SOURCE
Dental historian : Lindsay Club newsletter (1990) :19 (3-8). Date of
Publication: Nov 1990
ISSN
0958-6687
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
2095138 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2095138)
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RECORD 96
TITLE
Orthodontic education at Indiana University: a new philosophy of specialty
and general practice.
AUTHOR NAMES
Hohlt W.F.
Roberts W.E.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Hohlt W.F.; Roberts W.E.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
W.F. Hohlt,
SOURCE
Journal (Indiana Dental Association) (1990) 69:5 (19-24). Date of
Publication: Sep 1990
ISSN
0019-6568
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
orthodontics
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
education
human
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
2280289 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2280289)
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RECORD 97
TITLE
An historical perspective of blacks in American dentistry.
AUTHOR NAMES
Haynes H.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Haynes H.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
H. Haynes,
SOURCE
Dental School quarterly / the University of Texas Health Science Center at
San Antonio (1989) 5:2 (5-8). Date of Publication: 1989
ISSN
0896-1247
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
African American
dental student
dentist
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental education
history
human
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
2698333 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2698333)
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RECORD 98
TITLE
Philosophy and rationale of curriculum change.
AUTHOR NAMES
Allen D.L.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Allen D.L.) University of Texas Dental Branch, Houston 77225.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
D.L. Allen, University of Texas Dental Branch, Houston 77225.
SOURCE
International dental journal (1988) 38:4 (239-241). Date of Publication: Dec
1988
ISSN
0020-6539
ABSTRACT
There are several factors in curriculum design of universal importance.
Faculty members at all levels must be free to contribute but it must be
recognized that decisions have to be made at department, school and
university levels. Programme goals must be defined so that there is adequate
education of dental practitioners and not just training for dental students.
Preclinical teaching should not be an end in itself but should be closely
relevant to clinical practice. Basic concepts must be taught; factual
overload should be avoided and outdated material eliminated. The curriculum
should meet local needs and not be based on one developed for another part
of the world. In re-designing a curriculum, attention should be paid to new
content, new teaching methods, the introduction of early clinical
experience, evaluation methods and the effects of specialization in
practice. Above all, curriculum revision must be an ongoing process.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
methodology
philosophy
teaching
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3215696 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3215696)
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RECORD 99
TITLE
Why should history be taught in dental school?
AUTHOR NAMES
Christen A.G.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Christen A.G.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.G. Christen,
SOURCE
Bulletin of the history of dentistry (1988) 36:2 (127-132). Date of
Publication: Oct 1988
ISSN
0007-5132
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3248224 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3248224)
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RECORD 100
TITLE
The content of a dental history course: what should be taught?
AUTHOR NAMES
Clarke J.H.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Clarke J.H.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.H. Clarke,
SOURCE
Bulletin of the history of dentistry (1988) 36:2 (134-139). Date of
Publication: Oct 1988
ISSN
0007-5132
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
curriculum
human
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3248226 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3248226)
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RECORD 101
TITLE
On the teaching of dental history.
AUTHOR NAMES
Glenner R.A.
Davis A.B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Glenner R.A.; Davis A.B.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R.A. Glenner,
SOURCE
Bulletin of the history of dentistry (1988) 36:2 (139-149). Date of
Publication: Oct 1988
ISSN
0007-5132
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
teaching
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3248227 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3248227)
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RECORD 102
TITLE
"Service-first" philosophy.
AUTHOR NAMES
Formicola A.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Formicola A.J.) Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery, New
York, NY 10032.
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.J. Formicola, Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery, New
York, NY 10032.
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1988) 52:9 (509-512). Date of Publication: Sep
1988
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental procedure
philosophy
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental clinic
human
patient care planning
standard
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3165411 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3165411)
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RECORD 103
TITLE
Badges of the dental profession. Birmingham Medical Institute Odontological
Section.
AUTHOR NAMES
Hancocks S.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Hancocks S.A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S.A. Hancocks,
SOURCE
British dental journal (1988) 164:3 (94). Date of Publication: 6 Feb 1988
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
health care organization
history
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3278725 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3278725)
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RECORD 104
TITLE
Attitudes of preprofessional and liberal arts students.
AUTHOR NAMES
Pollack R.E.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Pollack R.E.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R.E. Pollack,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1987) 51:3 (136-140). Date of Publication: Mar
1987
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
attitude
decision making
dental student
humanities
student
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
psychological aspect
risk
social psychology
teaching
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3469252 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3469252)
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RECORD 105
TITLE
Badges of the dental profession. The Society of University Dental
Instructors.
AUTHOR NAMES
Hancocks S.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Hancocks S.A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S.A. Hancocks,
SOURCE
British dental journal (1987) 162:4 (162). Date of Publication: 21 Feb 1987
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
health care organization
history
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3545269 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3545269)
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RECORD 106
TITLE
Badges of the dental profession. Liverpool University Dental Alumni
Association.
AUTHOR NAMES
Hancocks S.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Hancocks S.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S. Hancocks,
SOURCE
British dental journal (1986) 161:8 (311). Date of Publication: 25 Oct 1986
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
health care organization
history
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3535858 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3535858)
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RECORD 107
TITLE
Resources at the Louisiana State University School of Dentistry Library:
indexes to periodical literature.
AUTHOR NAMES
Strother E.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Strother E.A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
E.A. Strother,
SOURCE
LDA journal (1986) 45:3 (32-34). Date of Publication: 1986 Fall
ISSN
0092-4458
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
documentation
library
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dentistry
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3465980 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3465980)
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RECORD 108
TITLE
Field dependence-independence: a review of the literature and implications
for dental hygiene education.
AUTHOR NAMES
Newell K.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Newell K.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
K. Newell,
SOURCE
Educational directions in dental hygiene (1986) 11:1 (13-17). Date of
Publication: Mar 1986
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental assistant
receptive field
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
association
education
feedback system
human
learning
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3467949 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3467949)
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RECORD 109
TITLE
Treatment philosophy in dental schools.
AUTHOR NAMES
Mulcahy D.F.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Mulcahy D.F.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
D.F. Mulcahy,
SOURCE
Journal (Canadian Dental Association) (1985) 51:4 (242). Date of
Publication: Apr 1985
ISSN
0709-8936
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental procedure
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
Canada
human
philosophy
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
3891037 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3891037)
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RECORD 110
TITLE
Computers in clinical administration: a review of the literature.
AUTHOR NAMES
Rowley L.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Rowley L.J.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
L.J. Rowley,
SOURCE
Educational directions for dental auxiliaries (1984) 9:3 (4-9). Date of
Publication: Sep 1984
ISSN
0363-3888
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
computer
dental assistant
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental clinic
dental procedure
education
human
information processing
medical record
organization and management
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
6593219 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6593219)
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RECORD 111
TITLE
Computer-graphics aided instruction of three-dimensional dental anatomy.
AUTHOR NAMES
Pao Y.C.
Reinhardt R.A.
Krejci R.F.
Taylor D.T.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Pao Y.C.; Reinhardt R.A.; Krejci R.F.; Taylor D.T.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
Y.C. Pao,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1984) 48:6 (315-317). Date of Publication: Jun
1984
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
anatomy
computer
dental education
medical illustration
teaching
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
computer program
education
evaluation study
histology
human
methodology
tooth
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
6376566 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6376566)
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RECORD 112
TITLE
A new look at the educational preparation of dental hygienists. Exploding
the myth.
AUTHOR NAMES
Mescher K.D.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Mescher K.D.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
K.D. Mescher,
SOURCE
Dental hygiene (1984) 58:2 (69-72). Date of Publication: Feb 1984
ISSN
0091-3979
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental assistant
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
education
educational status
human
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
6595150 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6595150)
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RECORD 113
TITLE
The rationale for a philosopher in a dental school.
AUTHOR NAMES
Segal H.
Warner R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Segal H.; Warner R.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
H. Segal,
SOURCE
Quintessence international, dental digest (1983) 14:5 (573-577). Date of
Publication: May 1983
ISSN
0033-6572
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
philosophy
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
humanism
medical ethics
patient advocacy
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
6579577 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6579577)
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RECORD 114
TITLE
How a dental museum - built and staffed by dental students - helps generate
interest in dental history.
AUTHOR NAMES
Nordstrom W.R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Nordstrom W.R.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
W.R. Nordstrom,
SOURCE
Bulletin of the history of dentistry (1983) 31:1 (18-22). Date of
Publication: Apr 1983
ISSN
0007-5132
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
information center
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
6576825 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6576825)
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RECORD 115
TITLE
Charles Edward Wallis and the rise of London's school dental service
AUTHOR NAMES
Gelbier S.
Randall S.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Gelbier S.; Randall S.) Dep. Community Dent. Health, King's Coll. Hosp.
Dent. Sch., London SE5 9RS
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
Dep. Community Dent. Health, King's Coll. Hosp. Dent. Sch., London SE5 9RS
SOURCE
Medical History (1982) 26:4 (395-404). Date of Publication: 1982
ISSN
0025-7273
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental health
history
school health service
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
geographic distribution
human
normal human
prevention
school child
short survey
therapy
tooth
United Kingdom
EMBASE CLASSIFICATIONS
Public Health, Social Medicine and Epidemiology (17)
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
EMBASE ACCESSION NUMBER
1983035550
MEDLINE PMID
6757599 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6757599)
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RECORD 116
TITLE
Communication between educators: philosophy and scope of CODE.
AUTHOR NAMES
Miranda F.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Miranda F.J.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
F.J. Miranda,
SOURCE
Operative dentistry (1982) 7:2 (58-62). Date of Publication: 1982 Spring
ISSN
0361-7734
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental surgery
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
interpersonal communication
public relations
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
6757875 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6757875)
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RECORD 117
TITLE
Supplementary graphics as a teaching aid.
AUTHOR NAMES
Balbo M.P.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Balbo M.P.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M.P. Balbo,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1981) 45:5 (303-305). Date of Publication: May
1981
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
medical illustration
teaching
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental surgery
human
methodology
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
6939726 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6939726)
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RECORD 118
TITLE
Dentistry--ethics--the humanities: a three-unit bridge.
AUTHOR NAMES
Neidle E.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Neidle E.A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
E.A. Neidle,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1980) 44:12 (693-696). Date of Publication: Dec
1980
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
humanities
medical ethics
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
decision making
dentistry
quality of life
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
6934199 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6934199)
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RECORD 119
TITLE
Philosophizing on educational goals
AUTHOR NAMES
Watson W.G.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Watson W.G.)
SOURCE
American Journal of Orthodontics (1980) 77:2 (227-229). Date of Publication:
1980
ISSN
0002-9416
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
orthodontics
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
editorial
methodology
tooth
EMBASE CLASSIFICATIONS
Public Health, Social Medicine and Epidemiology (17)
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
EMBASE ACCESSION NUMBER
1980131078
MEDLINE PMID
6928347 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6928347)
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RECORD 120
TITLE
Has money predetermined your dental philosophy?
AUTHOR NAMES
Aspros S.
Supple B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Aspros S.; Supple B.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S. Aspros,
SOURCE
The New dentist : the official journal of the American Student Dental
Association (1980) 10:7 (14-16). Date of Publication: Mar 1980
ISSN
0161-8431
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental student
economics
financial management
philosophy
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
6934477 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6934477)
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RECORD 121
TITLE
Assessment of the readability of dental health education literature.
AUTHOR NAMES
Blinkhorn A.S.
Verity J.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Blinkhorn A.S.; Verity J.M.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.S. Blinkhorn,
SOURCE
Community dentistry and oral epidemiology (1979) 7:4 (195-198). Date of
Publication: Aug 1979
ISSN
0301-5661
ABSTRACT
General dental practitioners have an important role in the dissemination of
information to their patients and their advice is often reinforced with
written health education material. Unfortunately, this written information
is often of limited value for particular groups of patients because of its
level of readability. This investigation of the problem was in two parts;
firstly, a group of 140 secondary schoolchildren were asked to explain the
meaning of a selection of words in common use in dental health education,
and secondly, the readability of some current dental health education
literature was assessed using the Fog Index. The results indicate that
current dental health education literature reflects the reading ability of
the designers rather than the ability of the potential target group. Many of
the words in the dental profession's preventive vocabulary were not
understood by the children. Over 80% were unsure of the meaning of fluoride
tablets, gum disease, gingivitis and oral hygiene. The results of this
investigation indicate that dentists should ensure that dental health
education literature is not unduly complex and should take more time
explaining the dental vocabulary in lay terminology.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental health education
mouth hygiene
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
adolescent
article
child
female
human
linguistics
male
publication
reading
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
293237 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/293237)
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RECORD 122
TITLE
Analysis of answer changes by dental students on multiple choice tests in
pathology: attack on an educational myth.
AUTHOR NAMES
Geller L.M.
Shemesh M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Geller L.M.; Shemesh M.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
L.M. Geller,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1979) 43:3 (159-164). Date of Publication: Mar
1979
ISSN
0022-0337
ABSTRACT
The outcome of answer changes on multiple choice examination questions was
studied in four groups. Roughly 80 percent of changes profited students or
left final numbers of errors unaffected. The ratio of number of wrong to
right changes/right to wrong changes ranged from 2.5:1 to 6.2:1. These
changes deviated very significantly from chance expectations. The ratio of
percent of changers profiting to losing ranged from 3.2:1 to 11.7:1.
Revisions resulted in clearly significant decreases in prechange numbers of
errors, leading to a mean gain per answer changer of 2.4 to 5.3 percent in
test score. Findings were consistent with those of others gathered from
different populations and disciplines. Together, they dispel the myth that
changing initial responses more often is detrimental than beneficial.
Students should be encouraged to review their examinations, and to change
answers if they have reason.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
decision making
dental education
dental student
education
pathology
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
attitude
comparative study
human
methodology
retrospective study
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
282321 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/282321)
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RECORD 123
TITLE
A brief history of dentistry & dental education.
AUTHOR NAMES
Breitbart A.R.
Aftoora P.C.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Breitbart A.R.; Aftoora P.C.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.R. Breitbart,
SOURCE
CAL [magazine] Certified Akers Laboratories (1978) 42:3 (5-7, 21-27). Date
of Publication: Sep 1978
ISSN
0007-778X
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
health care organization
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
law
medical society
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
385116 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/385116)
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RECORD 124
TITLE
The rise of dentistry as a special field. How and why we grew up apart from
the field of medicine.
AUTHOR NAMES
Orland F.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Orland F.J.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
F.J. Orland,
SOURCE
CDS review (1978) 71:7 (18-21). Date of Publication: Jul 1978
ISSN
0091-1666
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
Europe
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
380815 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/380815)
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RECORD 125
TITLE
Dentistry on stamps.
AUTHOR NAMES
Loevy H.T.
Kowitz A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Loevy H.T.; Kowitz A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
H.T. Loevy,
SOURCE
Journal of the American Dental Association (1939) (1978) 97:1 (68). Date of
Publication: Jul 1978
ISSN
0002-8177
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
art
dental education
dentistry
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
Netherlands
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
355288 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/355288)
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RECORD 126
TITLE
Tooth talk. An experiment in the use of theatre in dental health education.
AUTHOR NAMES
Griffiths D.
Whitehouse N.H.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Griffiths D.; Whitehouse N.H.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
D. Griffiths,
SOURCE
British dental journal (1978) 144:3 (85-86). Date of Publication: 7 Feb 1978
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental health education
literature
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
acting out
article
human
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
272188 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/272188)
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RECORD 127
TITLE
The myth of mandatory continuing education.
AUTHOR NAMES
Laskin D.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Laskin D.M.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
D.M. Laskin,
SOURCE
Journal of oral surgery (American Dental Association : 1965) (1977) 35:11
(878). Date of Publication: Nov 1977
ISSN
0022-3255
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
oral surgery
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
certification
editorial
education
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
269928 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/269928)
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RECORD 128
TITLE
Art in the dental school.
AUTHOR NAMES
Spina M.B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Spina M.B.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M.B. Spina,
SOURCE
Tic (1977) 36:6 (7-9,16). Date of Publication: Jun 1977
ISSN
0040-6716
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
art
audiovisual equipment
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
procedures
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
69331 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/69331)
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RECORD 129
TITLE
Faculty evaluation: review of the literature most pertinent to dental
education.
AUTHOR NAMES
Chambers D.W.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Chambers D.W.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
D.W. Chambers,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1977) 41:6 (290-300). Date of Publication: Jun
1977
ISSN
0022-0337
ABSTRACT
Each dental school will fashion its own faculty evaluation system. The
results will be a network of activities related to such questions as these:
What are valid sources of information? Which aspects of instructors'
responsibilities are most significant? Which questions need answers? How
should the system be operated? This review has focused on what is currently
being discussed and attempted in each of these critical areas. Faculty
evaluation takes place in an essentially political context, and dental
educators are now awakening to the political forces at work in the
profession. Faculty evaluation is also a scientific process, or at least one
capable of being greatly improved by rigorous, empirical study, which has
yet to be performed. Finally, the exact form of faculty evaluation developed
at each school will likely be unique, since it will depend on the
institution's resources, size, funding base, academic affiliation, and the
personal preferences of concerned individuals. The degree of success or
failure of an evaluation system will depend on how the chosen combination of
purposes, sources, objects of evaluation, and implementation strategy serves
the needs of the school and its personnel.
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
behavior
decision making
dental student
dentist
education
employment
human
identity
peer review
standard
teaching
trade union
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
267117 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/267117)
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RECORD 130
TITLE
A review of dental school accreditation: development and current philosophy.
AUTHOR NAMES
Santangelo M.V.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Santangelo M.V.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M.V. Santangelo,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1977) 41:5 (233-238). Date of Publication: May
1977
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
accreditation
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
curriculum
medical society
standard
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
265980 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/265980)
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RECORD 131
TITLE
Turning back the clock. Part one.
AUTHOR NAMES
Frankel H.G.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Frankel H.G.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
H.G. Frankel,
SOURCE
Bulletin - Cincinnati Dental Society (1976) 45:7 (6-7). Date of Publication:
Sep 1976
ISSN
0190-0439
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
health care organization
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
795484 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/795484)
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RECORD 132
TITLE
Science joins art in self-paced programs.
AUTHOR NAMES
Levine P.T.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Levine P.T.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
P.T. Levine,
SOURCE
Dental student (1976) 54:8 (52). Date of Publication: May 1976
ISSN
0011-877X
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
clinical competence
science
time
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1077961 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1077961)
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RECORD 133
TITLE
Design for dental health education.
AUTHOR NAMES
Samson E.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Samson E.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
E. Samson,
SOURCE
British dental journal (1976) 140:5 (185-186). Date of Publication: 2 Mar
1976
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
art
dental health education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1061611 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1061611)
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RECORD 134
TITLE
Oral biology- a philosophical enigma in dental education.
AUTHOR NAMES
Thonard J.C.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Thonard J.C.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.C. Thonard,
SOURCE
Australian dental journal (1976) 21:1 (66-70). Date of Publication: Feb 1976
ISSN
0045-0421
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
biology
dental education
mouth
philosophy
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
Australia
curriculum
dental assistant
education
manpower
United States
utilization review
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1065277 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1065277)
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RECORD 135
TITLE
Some early history of dentistry.
AUTHOR NAMES
Harris H.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Harris H.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
H. Harris,
SOURCE
Orange County Dental Society Bulletin (1975) (12-14). Date of Publication:
Oct 1975
ISSN
0471-7406
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
human
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
778721 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/778721)
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RECORD 136
TITLE
University of the Pacific dedicates dental museum.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
Dental survey (1975) 51:10 (93). Date of Publication: Oct 1975
ISSN
0011-8788
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
information center
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1073143 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1073143)
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RECORD 137
TITLE
Dental schools and the profession in partnership.
AUTHOR NAMES
Volker J.F.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Volker J.F.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.F. Volker,
SOURCE
Dental survey (1975) 51:4 (13-15). Date of Publication: Apr 1975
ISSN
0011-8788
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
France
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
1102360 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1102360)
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RECORD 138
TITLE
Letter: 'False, incorrect premises'.
AUTHOR NAMES
Ring M.E.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Ring M.E.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M.E. Ring,
SOURCE
Journal of the American Dental Association (1939) (1974) 89:3 (532). Date of
Publication: Sep 1974
ISSN
0002-8177
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4606722 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4606722)
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RECORD 139
TITLE
The history of dentistry in dental education.
AUTHOR NAMES
Petterson E.O.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Petterson E.O.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
E.O. Petterson,
SOURCE
The Journal of the American College of Dentists (1974) 41:2 (119-130). Date
of Publication: Apr 1974
ISSN
0002-7979
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
human
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4597439 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4597439)
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RECORD 140
TITLE
Progressive professional philosophy preferable to prestige.
AUTHOR NAMES
Dummett C.O.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Dummett C.O.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C.O. Dummett,
SOURCE
The Quarterly of the National Dental Association, Inc (1974) 32:3 (54). Date
of Publication: Apr 1974
ISSN
0163-5565
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
philosophy
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
editorial
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4535152 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4535152)
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RECORD 141
TITLE
Mini-course in dental literature utilization.
AUTHOR NAMES
Gallant D.E.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Gallant D.E.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
D.E. Gallant,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1973) 37:10 (33-35). Date of Publication: Oct
1973
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dental student
dentistry
documentation
library
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
utilization review
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4517816 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4517816)
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RECORD 142
TITLE
DDS or DMD: Footnotes to dental history.
AUTHOR NAMES
Robinson J.B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Robinson J.B.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.B. Robinson,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1973) 37:1 (17-20). Date of Publication: Jan
1973
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
human
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4565747 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4565747)
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RECORD 143
TITLE
On the teaching of dental history.
AUTHOR NAMES
Korf S.R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Korf S.R.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S.R. Korf,
SOURCE
The Journal of the American College of Dentists (1973) 40:1 (10-11). Date of
Publication: Jan 1973
ISSN
0002-7979
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4509243 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4509243)
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RECORD 144
TITLE
History of the health sciences for undergraduates.
AUTHOR NAMES
Gibson W.C.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Gibson W.C.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
W.C. Gibson,
SOURCE
Journal of medical education (1972) 47:11 (910-911). Date of Publication:
Nov 1972
ISSN
0022-2577
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
education
history of medicine
medical education
nursing education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
book
Canada
curriculum
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4564094 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4564094)
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RECORD 145
TITLE
A method for teaching evaluation of scientific articles in the dental
literature.
AUTHOR NAMES
Kaslick R.S.
Van Stewart A.
Chasens A.I.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Kaslick R.S.; Van Stewart A.; Chasens A.I.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R.S. Kaslick,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1972) 36:11 (48-52). Date of Publication: Nov
1972
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
teaching
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
evaluation study
human
procedures
publishing
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4508119 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4508119)
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RECORD 146
TITLE
The triad of success, a philosophy in dental education.
AUTHOR NAMES
Sisca R.F.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Sisca R.F.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R.F. Sisca,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1971) 35:8 (518-519). Date of Publication: Aug
1971
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
philosophy
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5284923 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5284923)
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RECORD 147
TITLE
Some "down home" philosophy on teaching.
AUTHOR NAMES
Hudson T.R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Hudson T.R.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
T.R. Hudson,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1971) 35:7 (431-432). Date of Publication: Jul
1971
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
teaching
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
philosophy
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5283879 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5283879)
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RECORD 148
TITLE
University of Maryland: new curriculum, new design for the oldest school.
AUTHOR NAMES
Farrell E.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Farrell E.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
E. Farrell,
SOURCE
Journal of the American Dental Association (1939) (1971) 82:5 (1038-1042).
Date of Publication: May 1971
ISSN
0002-8177
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
architecture
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
curriculum
teaching
television
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5279650 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5279650)
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RECORD 149
TITLE
Gross anatomy: a changing teaching philosophy.
AUTHOR NAMES
Swanson Jr. E.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Swanson Jr. E.A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
E.A. Swanson,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1971) 35:5 (322-323). Date of Publication: May
1971
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
anatomy
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
education
head
histology
neck
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5281291 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5281291)
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RECORD 150
TITLE
Dental health education--its philosophy.
AUTHOR NAMES
MacSweeny E.G.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(MacSweeny E.G.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
E.G. MacSweeny,
SOURCE
Journal of the Irish Dental Association (1971) 17:3 (76-80). Date of
Publication: 1971 May-Jun
ISSN
0021-1133
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental health education
dentistry
philosophy
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5283884 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5283884)
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RECORD 151
TITLE
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. First dental school in the world.
Established 1839.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
Dental radiography and photography (1971) 44:1 (1). Date of Publication:
1971
ISSN
0045-9941
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4926757 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4926757)
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RECORD 152
TITLE
Curriculum overview and philosophy.
AUTHOR NAMES
Mohl N.D.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Mohl N.D.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
N.D. Mohl,
SOURCE
The New York state dental journal (1971) 37:3 (137-147). Date of
Publication: Mar 1971
ISSN
0028-7571
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
curriculum
dental education
philosophy
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5276271 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5276271)
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RECORD 153
TITLE
The AFDE Scholarship Program for Negro students.
AUTHOR NAMES
Dummett C.O.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Dummett C.O.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C.O. Dummett,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1970) 34:4 (381-388). Date of Publication: Dec
1970
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
African American
dental education
education
history of medicine
non profit organization
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dentistry
history
manpower
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4924740 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4924740)
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RECORD 154
TITLE
Highlights in the dental history of the State of New York.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
The New York journal of dentistry (1969) 39:8 (371-372). Date of
Publication: Oct 1969
ISSN
0028-7296
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4899134 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4899134)
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RECORD 155
TITLE
The physical planning of dental schools.
AUTHOR NAMES
Scheinin A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Scheinin A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A. Scheinin,
SOURCE
International dental journal (1969) 19:3 (464-466). Date of Publication: Sep
1969
ISSN
0020-6539
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
architecture
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
construction work and architectural phenomena
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5258140 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5258140)
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RECORD 156
TITLE
Horace H. Hayden (1769-1884). Father of professional dentistry.
AUTHOR NAMES
Asbell M.B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Asbell M.B.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
M.B. Asbell,
SOURCE
The New York journal of dentistry (1969) 39:7 (226-229). Date of
Publication: 1969 Aug-Sep
ISSN
0028-7296
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4894774 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4894774)
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RECORD 157
TITLE
Dental history as a subject of undergraduate instruction.
AUTHOR NAMES
Robinson J.B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Robinson J.B.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.B. Robinson,
SOURCE
The New York journal of dentistry (1969) 39:7 (228-229). Date of
Publication: 1969 Aug-Sep
ISSN
0028-7296
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5255965 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5255965)
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RECORD 158
TITLE
Pioneer dentist student of Shakespeare's sonnets.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
Dental radiography and photography (1968) 41:1 (2 passim). Date of
Publication: 1968
ISSN
0045-9941
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4876984 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4876984)
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RECORD 159
TITLE
New approach to drawing in dental anatomy.
AUTHOR NAMES
Mock J.I.
Grenfell J.W.
Richter W.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Mock J.I.; Grenfell J.W.; Richter W.A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.I. Mock,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1968) 32:3 (279-282). Date of Publication: Sep
1968
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
teaching
tooth
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
art
article
histology
procedures
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5244581 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5244581)
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RECORD 160
TITLE
Eleazar Parmly: Montreal schoolboy and dental student.
AUTHOR NAMES
Bourne C.C.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Bourne C.C.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C.C. Bourne,
SOURCE
Journal of the Canadian Dental Association (1968) 34:7 (385-389). Date of
Publication: Jul 1968
ISSN
0008-3372
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
Canada
history
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4875323 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4875323)
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RECORD 161
TITLE
Dentistry in France.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
British dental journal (1968) 124:6 (279-280). Date of Publication: 19 Mar
1968
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental assistant
dental education
dentistry
health insurance
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
France
manpower
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
4868288 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/4868288)
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RECORD 162
TITLE
Informal conversations and learning among dental students: influence of
school design.
AUTHOR NAMES
Myrick R.
Marx B.S.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Myrick R.; Marx B.S.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R. Myrick,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1967) 31:4 (488-492). Date of Publication: Dec
1967
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
architecture
behavior
dental education
dental student
learning
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
construction work and architectural phenomena
human
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5234574 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5234574)
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RECORD 163
TITLE
A hundred years of Harvard dentistry.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
The New England journal of medicine (1967) 276:18 (1038). Date of
Publication: 4 May 1967
ISSN
0028-4793
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
6022473 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/6022473)
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RECORD 164
TITLE
University Hospital of Wales, Dental School and Hospital. Description of the
facilities for teaching, research and clinical practice.
AUTHOR NAMES
Cooke B.E.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Cooke B.E.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
B.E. Cooke,
SOURCE
British dental journal (1967) 122:8 (331-336). Date of Publication: 18 Apr
1967
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
architecture
dental education
hospital
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5228266 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5228266)
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RECORD 165
TITLE
University Hospital of Wales, Dental Sool and Hospital. Description of the
facilities for teaching, research and clinical practice.
AUTHOR NAMES
Cooke B.E.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Cooke B.E.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
B.E. Cooke,
SOURCE
British dental journal (1967) 122:8 (331-336). Date of Publication: 18 Apr
1967
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
architecture
dental education
hospital
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
United Kingdom
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5227786 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5227786)
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RECORD 166
TITLE
The study of dental history.
AUTHOR NAMES
Cohen R.A.
Donaldson J.A.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Cohen R.A.; Donaldson J.A.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R.A. Cohen,
SOURCE
International dental journal (1967) 17:1 (134-139). Date of Publication: Mar
1967
ISSN
0020-6539
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
human
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5229092 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5229092)
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RECORD 167
TITLE
The mythical dental school of Bainbridge, Ohio.
AUTHOR NAMES
McCauley H.B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(McCauley H.B.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
H.B. McCauley,
SOURCE
Oral hygiene (1966) 56:12 (60-62 passim). Date of Publication: Dec 1966
ISSN
1076-0644
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental education
dentistry
history
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5224526 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5224526)
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RECORD 168
TITLE
Dental school construction.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
Journal of the American Dental Association (1939) (1966) 72:5 (1072-1078).
Date of Publication: May 1966
ISSN
0002-8177
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
architecture
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5218059 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5218059)
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RECORD 169
TITLE
Paintings to honor American dental schools.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
Dental student (1966) 44:7 (572). Date of Publication: Apr 1966
ISSN
0011-877X
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
art
article
dental education
dentistry
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5217874 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5217874)
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RECORD 170
TITLE
DENTAL ILLUSTRATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.
AUTHOR NAMES
Kaminsky S.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Kaminsky S.M.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
S.M. Kaminsky,
SOURCE
Dental student (1965) 43 (573-575). Date of Publication: 1965
ISSN
0011-877X
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
medical illustration
SPECIAL LIST DENTAL
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14283479 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14283479)
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RECORD 171
TITLE
New concept in architectural planning for schools of dentistry.
AUTHOR NAMES
Myrick R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Myrick R.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R. Myrick,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1965) 29:4 (382-386). Date of Publication: Dec
1965
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
architecture
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
5214402 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/5214402)
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RECORD 172
TITLE
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY. A PARTIAL REVIEW OF THE
AUTHOR NAMES
Asgis A.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Asgis A.J.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.J. Asgis,
SOURCE
New York University journal of dentistry (1965) 23 (38-48 CONTD). Date of
Publication: 1965
ISSN
0028-7865
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
SPECIAL LIST DENTAL
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14267448 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14267448)
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RECORD 173
TITLE
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY. A PARTIAL REVIEW OF THE
AUTHOR NAMES
Asgis A.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Asgis A.J.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.J. Asgis,
SOURCE
New York University journal of dentistry (1965) 23 (75-88 PASSIMC). Date of
Publication: 1965
ISSN
0028-7865
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history of medicine
SPECIAL LIST DENTAL
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14307678 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14307678)
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RECORD 174
TITLE
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: ETHICAL STANDARDS.
AUTHOR NAMES
Smyth J.C.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Smyth J.C.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.C. Smyth,
SOURCE
British dental journal (1965) 119 (15-19). Date of Publication: 6 Jul 1965
ISSN
0007-0610
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dentistry
history of medicine
management
medical ethics
United Kingdom
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14314411 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14314411)
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RECORD 175
TITLE
CONFERENCE ON DENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
AUTHOR NAMES
Ahmed R.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Ahmed R.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R. Ahmed,
SOURCE
Journal of the American Dental Association (1939) (1965) 71 (104-105). Date
of Publication: Jul 1965
ISSN
0002-8177
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
audiovisual equipment
history
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14309675 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14309675)
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RECORD 176
TITLE
CHANGING CONCEPTS IN DENTAL EDUCATION.
AUTHOR NAMES
Schour I.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Schour I.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
I. Schour,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1965) 29 (149-154). Date of Publication: Jun
1965
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
attitude
dental education
dental health education
dentist
EDUCATION, DENTAL, POSTGRADUATE
history
public health service
research
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14292236 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14292236)
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RECORD 177
TITLE
REVIEW OF THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF DENTAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS.
AUTHOR NAMES
Fleming W.C.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Fleming W.C.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
W.C. Fleming,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1965) 29 (142-145). Date of Publication: Jun
1965
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14292234 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14292234)
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RECORD 178
TITLE
EARLY HOSPITAL TEACHING AT NEW YORK DENTAL COLLEGE.
AUTHOR NAMES
Asgis A.J.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Asgis A.J.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.J. Asgis,
SOURCE
The New York journal of dentistry (1965) 35 (202). Date of Publication: 1965
Jun-Jul
ISSN
0028-7296
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history
United States
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14295716 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14295716)
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RECORD 179
TITLE
EARNED DEGREES IN THE FIELDS OF MEDICINE, 1901-1962, AND PROJECTIONS TO THE
YEAR 2000.
AUTHOR NAMES
Karel L.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Karel L.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
L. Karel,
SOURCE
Journal of medical education (1965) 40 (455-471). Date of Publication: May
1965
ISSN
0022-2577
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
art
commercial phenomena
dental education
education
engineering
history
history of medicine
humanities
medical education
optometry
osteopathic medicine
science
statistics
United States
veterinary medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14279819 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14279819)
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RECORD 180
TITLE
DESIGN FOR DEMONSTRATION THE LAYOUT AND EQUIPPING OF LECTURE ROOMS.
AUTHOR NAMES
Jones A.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Jones A.M.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
A.M. Jones,
SOURCE
The Dental practitioner and dental record (1965) 15 (323-326). Date of
Publication: May 1965
ISSN
0011-8729
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
architecture
dental education
devices
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14294864 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14294864)
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RECORD 181
TITLE
THAILAND DENTAL SCHOOL NEEDS OUR AID.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
SOURCE
The Ohio dental journal (1965) 39 (127). Date of Publication: Mar 1965
ISSN
0030-087X
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14285004 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14285004)
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RECORD 182
TITLE
DENTAL PUBLIC HEALTH FOR DENTAL STUDENTS: REVIEW AND PHILOSOPHY.
AUTHOR NAMES
Calisti L.J.
Kramer B.M.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Calisti L.J.; Kramer B.M.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
L.J. Calisti,
SOURCE
Journal of dental education (1965) 29 (85-89). Date of Publication: Mar 1965
ISSN
0022-0337
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
public health service
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14258089 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14258089)
COPYRIGHT
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RECORD 183
TITLE
AMERICAN FUND FOR DENTAL EDUCATION, 1964 ACTIVITIES.
AUTHOR NAMES
VANDERVOORT 2nd. P.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(VANDERVOORT 2nd. P.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
P. Vandervoort,
SOURCE
Virginia dental journal (1965) 42 (31-38). Date of Publication: Feb 1965
ISSN
0049-6472
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14267521 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14267521)
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RECORD 184
TITLE
PHILOSOPHY OF PRACTICE.
AUTHOR NAMES
Prichard J.F.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Prichard J.F.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
J.F. Prichard,
SOURCE
Periodontics (1965) 43 (32-37). Date of Publication: 1965 Jan-Feb
ISSN
0553-6685
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
EDUCATION, DENTAL, POSTGRADUATE
geriatrics
management
periodontics
tooth radiography
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14248778 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14248778)
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RECORD 185
TITLE
The Baltimore College of Dental Surgery and the birth of professional
dentistry, 1840.
AUTHOR NAMES
Lewis Jr. C.P.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Lewis Jr. C.P.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
C.P. Lewis,
SOURCE
Maryland historical magazine (1964) 59:3 (268-285). Date of Publication:
1964
ISSN
0025-4258
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
health care organization
history of medicine
law
university
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
dental student
dentist
economics
ethnology
history
professional practice
psychological aspect
United States
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
19606557 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19606557)
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RECORD 186
TITLE
THE CLINICAL TEACHING OF HYPNOSIS: ILLUSTRATIVE PROCEDURES.
AUTHOR NAMES
Thompson K.F.
Weyandt J.A.
Irwin F.D.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Thompson K.F.; Weyandt J.A.; Irwin F.D.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
K.F. Thompson,
SOURCE
The American journal of clinical hypnosis (1964) 13 (337-339). Date of
Publication: Apr 1964
ISSN
0002-9157
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
adolescence
adolescent
dental anesthesia
dental education
hypnosis
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14136308 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14136308)
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RECORD 187
TITLE
THE SURVEY OF DENTISTRY AND THE AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION.
AUTHOR NAMES
Morrey L.W.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Morrey L.W.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
L.W. Morrey,
SOURCE
Journal of the American Dental Association (1939) (1963) 67 (179-185). Date
of Publication: Aug 1963
ISSN
0002-8177
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
dentistry
history
public health service
research
United States
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
14045475 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14045475)
COPYRIGHT
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RECORD 188
TITLE
A projected school for dentists in Padua towards the end of the 18th
century.
AUTHOR NAMES
Bertolaso B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Bertolaso B.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
B. Bertolaso,
SOURCE
Panminerva medica (1961) 3 (588-590). Date of Publication: Dec 1961
ISSN
0031-0808
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
DENTISTRY/history
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
13868450 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/13868450)
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RECORD 189
TITLE
Miniature wax sculpturing: a thirty-year experiment.
AUTHOR NAMES
Harrison W.P.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Harrison W.P.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
W.P. Harrison,
SOURCE
Journal of the American Dental Association (1939) (1961) 62 (699-703). Date
of Publication: Jun 1961
ISSN
0002-8177
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
aptitude test
art
dental education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
13711855 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/13711855)
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RECORD 190
TITLE
The challenge to dentistry; a tribute to William J. Gies.
AUTHOR NAMES
Rosebury T.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Rosebury T.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
T. Rosebury,
SOURCE
Science (1957) 126:3282 (1056-1058). Date of Publication: 22 Nov 1957
ISSN
0036-8075
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
history
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
13486058 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/13486058)
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RECORD 191
TITLE
Dental education; its philosophy, its support and its future as seen through
the eyes of this University.
AUTHOR NAMES
Sproul R.G.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Sproul R.G.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
R.G. Sproul,
SOURCE
The Journal of the American College of Dentists (1946) 13 (21-29). Date of
Publication: 1946
ISSN
0002-7979
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
DENTISTRY/education
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
21026271 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21026271)
COPYRIGHT
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RECORD 192
TITLE
Making dentistry a reading profession.
AUTHOR NAMES
Denton G.B.
AUTHOR ADDRESSES
(Denton G.B.)
CORRESPONDENCE ADDRESS
G.B. Denton,
SOURCE
Dental research and graduate study (1946) 46:6 (4-10). Date of Publication:
1946
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS (MAJOR FOCUS)
dental education
DENTISTRY/education
DENTISTRY/history
history of medicine
EMTREE MEDICAL INDEX TERMS
article
history
LANGUAGE OF ARTICLE
English
MEDLINE PMID
21009648 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21009648)
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