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Teaching Dental Students to Interact with Survivors of Traumatic Events: Development of a Two-Day Module
(American Dental Education Association, 2015-01)
Dentists are likely to treat patients who have experienced a wide range of traumatic life events, including child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, and exposure to combat. In order to ...
Fitting Form to Function: Reorganization of Faculty Roles for a New Dental Curriculum and Its Governance
(American Dental Education Association, 2013-01)
The College of Dentistry at the University of Illinois at Chicago has reorganized its predoctoral curriculum to better integrate biomedical, clinical, and behavioral sciences using a systems-based framework. The resulting ...
Dental Student Academic Integrity in US Dental Schools: Current Status and Recommendations for Enhancement.
(American Dental Education Association, 2016-01)
Cheating incidents in 2006-07 led U.S. dental schools to heighten their efforts to enhance the environment of academic integrity in their institutions. The aims of this study were to document the measures being used by ...
Patients' Perceptions of Dehumanization of Patients in Dental School Settings: Implications for Clinic Management and Curriculum Planning.
(American Dental Education Association, 2015-10)
Although the importance of empathy, rapport, and anxiety/pain awareness in dentist-patient relations has been well documented, these factors continue to be an issue with patients in many dental school clinics. The aim of ...