ADEA's Charting Progress is a monthly e-newsletter by ADEA President and CEO Richard W. Valachovic examining critical issues in dental education.
November: Managing Caries Risk: A Paradigm for the 21st Century?
October: The Personal Becomes Political: A Global Phase Down of Dental Amalgam
September: Getting a Handle on Educational Costs and Borrowing
August: Preparing to Lead in the Post-Fisher Era
July: Is Dental Education Ready for MOOCs?
June: Recent Developments on the IPE Front
May: IPE Is Here to Stay
April: Sleepless in Seattle—Well, Almost
March: Celebrating 90 Years of Shaping Dental Education
February: Evidence-Based Dentistry: Time to Extend the Curve
January: Remembering Jack Bresch
December: Number of American Indian Dentists Experiences Amazing Growth Spurt
November: New Bricks and Mortar Bring Welcome Change to Our Campuses
October: A Visit to the Flipped Classroom
September: Reaping the Rewards of Community-Based Education
August: Preparing to Meet the New CODA Standards
July: ADEA CCI: Curricular Change and Then Some
June: Diversifying the Dentist Workforce, One Cohort at a Time
May: Getting in Step with Interprofessional Education
April: Sun Shines on the Many Faces of Engagement
March: Just a Matter of Time? Maybe Not.
February: Student Debt: Cause or Symptom of Current Ills?
January: Jumping Into the Water with Both Feet
December: A Small Step for Global Health with Big Implications for Dental Education
November: A Haircut? A Makeover? Threats to GME Could Be More Than Cosmetic
October: Our Commitment to Research: Past, Present, and Future
September: Attracting the Right Mix of Dental School Faculty
August: Dental Hygiene Education Responds to an Evolving Oral Health Workforce
July: Making Waves, One State at a Time (changes in licensure)
June: Has CBCT Become Too Much of A Good Thing?
May: Five Years of Looking Around the Corner (five-year anniversary issue)
April: From San Diego in 140 Characters or Less (2011 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition)
March: Perhaps Old Dogs Can Learn New Tricks (digital divide between faculty and students)
February: Paving the Road to Interprofessional Practice
January: Health Care Reform: A Work in Progress
December: A Web-based Solution to Tomorrow's Curriculum Needs
November: New Oral Health Professionals 101: Meet Your Future Colleagues
October: Holding Ourselves to the Highest Standard: Doing What's Best for Patients
September: New Accreditation Standards Affirm a New Direction for Dental Education
August: Looking for Silver Linings Among Economic Storm Clouds
June: Beware Complacency in the Evolving Competition for Applicants
May: Who Will Teach the Next Generation?
April: Collectively and As Individuals, ADEA Members Move Mountains (2010 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition)
March: Award Winners Shape Our Community and the World Beyond (William J. Gies Awards for Vision, Innovation, and Achievement)
February: Move Over, Multiple Choice. There Are New Assessments in Town.
January: Can a Girl From the Caribbean Find Happiness in Nebraska? Tales from the AAMC/ADEA Summer Medical and Dental Education Program
December: Dental Hygiene Program Capacity: Finding the Right Balance
November: The H1N1 Virus Continues to Challenge Academic Dental Institutions
October: Putting Some "Teeth" in Health Care Reform Bills
September: Crossing the Interprofessional Divide
August: Opportunities Abound for New Dental Schools. How Will We Seize Them?
July: When Opportunity Knocks, An Energized Dental Research Community Answers
June: Troubled Assets? Perhaps, but Dental Education Is Holding Its Value in the Higher Education Portfolio (coping with the economic downturn)
May: Absent a Dentist, What's the Alternative? (alternative providers)
April: Science, Policy, Millennial Mores, and More Served with High Spirits at 2009 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition
March: Wanted: Jack of All Trades and Master of Many (pipeline of senior administrators for academic dental institutions)
February: Interprofessional Practice Can Play Leading Role in an Academic Setting
January: The Not So Distant Future: Dental Education in 2050
December: Math Literacy: A New Civil Right for an Information Age
November: From 0 to 13 in 13 Years: ELAM's Impressive Track Record in Preparing Women for Leadership
October: Harmonizing Our Voices: ADEA's Part in the Health Care Reform Debate
September: Catching the Waves of e-Learning and Distance Education
August: Where Does PGY-1 Fit In?
July: It Takes Ideas and Then Some to Spark Lasting Change
June: Positioning Allied Dental Education for "Disruptive" Change
May: New Dental Schools: Proceed, But Appreciate That They Are Only One of Many Answers to Our New Challenges
April: Technology is Great, but People Still Need to Come Together Face-to-Face
March: Getting the Whole Story: A Holistic Admissions Process
February: Future Faculty: ADEA's Multipronged Approach to Alleviating the Current Crisis
January: Giving Professionalism New Meaning
December: Policy and Politics: Necessary Bedfellows
November: The Gies Awards: Vision, Innovation, and Achievement for the "Welfare of All"
October: Tomorrow's Leaders: Made, not Born
September: Dental Education: An Expanding Universe (Global Congress on Dental Education III)
August: Today's Students-Tomorrow's Colleagues (intensive preparation for dental school to students from disadvantaged backgrounds)
July: Preparing Now for the Future of Dental Education (the ADEA CCI Liaisons conference)
June: Not Just Shrimp and Chardonnay (the role of the ADEA Corporate Council)
May: Metaphors, Similes, Service, and Survival (the relationship between dental schools and their parent institutions)
April: What You Missed if You Weren't in New Orleans for the 2007 ADEA Annual Session
March: Learning Lessons and Lessons Learned from Alaska (emerging models for the allied dental workforce)
February: A Very Thought-filled Process (Second ADEA Advanced Dental Education Summit)
January: Rite of Passage (licensure)
December: A Warm Day in Adelaide (globalization)
November: On AIDS and Dental Education at 25 Years
October: On Leadership
September: Paying the Price (student debt)
August: Commission on Change and Innovation in Dental Education
July: Harnessing the Power of the Knowledge Explosion
June: The Art of Advocacy
May: The Challenge of Changing Demographics