Bulletin of Dental Education

ADEA Member Survey on Educational Preparation of Oral Health Professionals in Emerging Workforce Models

Curriculum, Faculty, General, Involvement, Licensure, Oral Health, Policy | Permanent link

ADEA members are encouraged to weigh in on a critically important issue for the dental education community, the educational preparation of oral health professionals in emerging workforce models. In September 2009, the Board of Directors of the American Dental Education Association (ADEA) approved the creation of the ADEA Task Force on the Education of Oral Health Professionals in Emerging Workforce Models.

CDC Supports Three Additional States to Strengthen Oral Health Programs

Oral Health, Policy | Permanent link

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced in November that it will provide funding to Kansas, Texas, and Vermont over the next year to strengthen their oral health programs and to improve the oral health of their residents. The awards, which range from $242,128 to $350,000, are renewable for up to three years.

Senator Stabenow Leads Effort for Dental Schools' Inclusion in Health Care Incentive Program

Policy | Permanent link
On June 1, 2010, Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) led senators from New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Washington, and West Virginia in urging U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to make the electronic health records (EHR) "meaningful use" Proposed Rule applicable to the nation's dental school clinics.

Dr. Sandra Andrieu Forecasts Increased Collaboration and a Focus on Interprofessional Education

Conferences and Meetings, Curriculum, Faculty, General, Leadership, Policy, Students, Technology | Permanent link

Dr. Andrieu believes one of the biggest challenges facing dental education today is faculty recruitment and retention, and that interprofessional education (IPE) can be key to addressing this challenge.Publish

ADEA Applauds Passage of Health Care Reform Legislation

General, Policy | Permanent link
Two years ago, ADEA entered the national debate on reforming the U.S. health care system.  On March 21, the U.S. House of Representatives approved health care reform legislation (H.R. 3590 and H.R. 4872) that will effect significant change in our health care system.

Researchers Visit Capitol Hill During AADR Conference

Leadership, Policy | Permanent link
he 39th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Dental Research (AADR) gathered attendees in Washington, DC.

Congress Briefed on Improvements to Dental Safety Net for Kids

Oral Health, Policy | Permanent link
In cooperation with the Congressional Children's Health Care Caucus, ADEA hosted a briefing to educate Members of Congress about how the state of Maryland and two dental schools have created innovative programs to bring dental care to underserved children.

Dental Student Lobby Day Carries On Through Record-setting Storm

Policy, Students | Permanent link
One hundred and eighty students arrived in Washington, DC, in between record-setting snowfalls to attend the 11th Annual Dental Student Lobby Day.

ADEA Weighs In on Health Care Reform Proposals

Oral Health, Policy | Permanent link
While the U.S. Congress and the President are currently considering what the scope of U.S. health care reform will be, ADEA leadership earlier conveyed the Association's preferences regarding differences in selected provisions of the House and Senate health care reform bills.

University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine Hosts Inaugural Field Advocacy Workshop

Access, Leadership, Policy, Students | Permanent link

With the recent onslaught of congressional-enacted cuts to funds for the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), Title VII Health Professions programs, student aid programs, and the elimination of Medicaid dental benefits for millions of low-income children, what better time to initiate grassroots action?

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