Tag: Oral Health

Planning Ahead: What You Can Do to Prepare for a Career in Dentistry

April 16, 2020 by Mary

Filed under For Career Seekers

Last modified April 16, 2020

Are you a high school student considering a career in dentistry?

Pathways to Dental School: Undergrad vs. Masters vs. Post-Baccalaureate

April 16, 2020 by Mary

Filed under For Career Seekers

Last modified April 15, 2020

This video features a discussion regarding a hot button topic for those looking to see how competitive they are compared to other students applying to dental school.

American Academy of Pediatric Dentists: Infection Control Safety Toolkit

April 14, 2020 by Mary

Filed under COVID-19 for the Workforce, For Employers, For the Workforce, Trainings for Employers, Trainings for the Workforce

Last modified April 15, 2020

This is a toolkit regarding infection control safety that includes practice tools, scientific documentation, training tools, and a library of resources.

Why Should You Become a Dentist?

April 13, 2020 by Mary

Filed under For Career Seekers

Last modified April 13, 2020

With population growth, changes in health care law and the upcoming retirement of a large group of dentists educated during the 1960s and 1970s, the need for new dentists is rapidly increasing.

Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines

April 13, 2020 by Mary

Filed under For Employers, For the Workforce

Last modified April 13, 2020

Clinical practice guidelines are the strongest resources to aid dental professionals in clinical decision-making and help incorporate evidence gained through scientific investigation into patient care.

Consumer Survey Focused on Parents’ Experiences Accessing Oral Health Services for Their Children

April 8, 2020 by Mandy Qualls

Filed under For the Workforce, Health and Wellness

Last modified April 8, 2020

The Oral Health Workforce Research Center (OHWRC) at the Center for Health Workforce Studies (CHWS) at the University at Albany’s School of Public Health completed a study to evaluate factors identified by parents as impacting their children’s access to oral health services and to explore differences in utilization of oral health services by demographically distinct population groups.