The Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, CA, Rm: LBCC - S-7
Can you train oral health care providers to provide both dental care and limited primary medical care? Is this a desirable path for dentistry? What services would these dentists provide? What health outcomes could be achieved? This symposium explores the possible future of this idea, including the concept of three levels of training: medically competent oral physicians; technically proficient dentists with less medical expertise; and mid-level providers. You will engage in debate with thought-leaders in dentistry and dental education about this possible future direction for dentistry.
Harvard University has been closely monitoring the progress of the winter weather event that is expected to arrive Tuesday morning and to continue through late evening. A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for the Boston region, with snowfall expected to begin around 7:00 a.m. and total accumulations to reach 12 to 18 inches. Morning and evening commutes throughout the region will likely be affected.
As a result, Harvard School of Dental Medicine and the Harvard Dental Center will be closed on Tuesday.
Minimizing Crestal Bone Loss Around Implants: Is Implant/Abutment Design The Answer?
Scott MacLean DDS, FACD
Clinical Instructor, Dalhousie University Halifax, Nova Scotia International Key Opinion Leader - Implant surgery and Prosthodontics Seattle Study Club - Lecturer Known as “the YouTube dentist” with more than 2...
HSDM's Office of Diversity and Inclusion invites you to Diversity Dialogues. The topic will be: How Offensive Are You? Understanding the Impact of Cultural Differences on Daily Interactions. A light lunch will be served.RSVP to attend.
Join us for our annual Give Kids a Smile event. Children ages 1-17 will receive free dental exams, cleanings and referrals. Medical well-child screenings are also available. Call 617-432-1434, option #1 to make an appointment.
Per the guidance of the University's Executive Vice President's Office, only a few very critical personnel need report to work on Thursday, February 9 due to the winter storm. If you have any question regarding your status, please check with your supervisor.
All HSDM classes have been rescheduled and the Harvard Dental Center will not be seeing patients.
January is Wellbeing Month. The Harvard Longwood Community is invited to attend the following events at HSDM focused on health and wellbeing:
Work/Life Panel Tuesday, January 31 12:30-1:30, HSDM, REB Auditorium Note: No registration required
HLC Faculty, Postdocs, Staff will share their approaches to meeting Work/Life challenges such as; integrating their unique identities with their careers, overcoming cultural expectations in achieving their goals, building resilience in the times of hardship, nurturing their interests outside of work...