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									      AMERICAN DENTAL
    In conjunction with the Association of Canadian Faculties of
           Dentistry/L’Association des Facultés Dentaires
                             du Canada

          87th Annual Session
         & Exhibition Program
   February 27 - March 3, 2010

A S S E Sof ChangeN T

Greetings                                            3
Acknowledgements                                     6
Convention Information                               7
   Banking                                           7
   Food Options at the National harbor               7
   Transportation                                    8
   Wireless Access                                   8
   National Museum of Dentistry                      8
   Continuing Education Credits                      9
   For Your Information                              9
   Special Events                                    9
   Spotlight on New Information from ADEA            11
   ADEA House of Delegates                           12
   ADEA Board of Directors                           13
Complete Schedule by Day and Time                    14
Complete Descriptions                                24
   Faculty Development Workshops                     24
   Lunch & Learns                                    30
   Symposia                                          39
ADEA Council, Section, and Special Interest Groups   48
ADEA Section Programs and Members’ Forums            57
New Idea Sessions                                    60
ADEA Governance Meetings                             65
ADEA Leadership Institute                            67
ADEA Meetings                                        67
ADEA TechExpo                                        70
Posters                                              71
Commercial Exhibitors                                85
Exhibitors’ Floor Plan                               91
Educational Exhibitors                               95    AMERICAN DENTAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
Meetings of Affiliated Organizations                 97
                                                                1400 K Street, NW • Suite 1100
                                                                   Washington, DC 20005
Advertiser Index                                     98
                                                                    Phone: 202-289-7201
Map of Gaylord National Harbor                       99              Fax: 202-289-7204
Map of National Harbor                               101                www.adea.org
         Convention Information                                      Maryland's famous crabs and oysters, fresh lobster, calamari,
                                                                     and contemporary sushi. Reservations recommended. 301-
The 2010 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition is being held at:          965-4000
Gaylord National Hotel & Convention Center
201 Waterfront Street                                                Old Hickory Steakhouse $$$
National Harbor, MD 20745                                            Modeled on the interior of an elegant Georgian row house,
301-965-2000                                                         this Gaylord signature restaurant boasts an impressive cheese
gaylordhotels.com/gaylord-national/                                  presentation, wine list, and elegant meals. Reservations
                                                                     recommended. 301-965-4000
The Gaylord has two Bank of America ATMs: one is located
                                                                     Located in nearby National Harbor (see
in the convention center and the other in the lower atrium           map on page 101):
of the hotel.                                                        Bobby McKey's $
The closest banking facility to the Gaylord National Hotel           A popular dueling-piano bar located a short walk from the
and Convention Center is Wachovia, located at 6175 Oxon              Gaylord National Resort, it's the perfect venue for post-
Hill Rd. The facility is roughly 2.5 miles away and accessible       conference get-togethers or just a fun night out. 301-567-
by taxicab. The bank is open 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday –          1488
Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Friday, and 9:00 a.m. – noon
on Saturday. 301-839-6073.                                           CakeLove $
                                                                     One of the top-ranked DC area sweet shops, this unique
  Food Options at National Harbor                                    bakery created by Food Network TV and DC local Warren
                                                                     Brown uses only natural ingredients to make all your favorite
           $ - entrees under $10
                                                                     cakes. 301-686-0340
           $$ - entrees between $10 and $20
           $$$ - entrees over $25
                                                                     Elevation Burger $
For more information on National Harbor, visit www.                  Classic burgers and fries, but made from fresh ingredients
NATIONALHARBOR.com.                                                  and organically fed beef, with a focus on healthy living
                                                                     without compromising flavor. 301-749-4014
Located within the Gaylord complex:
                                                                     Potbelly Sandwich Works $
Java Coast $                                                         An outpost of the unique sandwich shop with warm, made-
At the Gaylord's in-house coffee bar, select from a wide             to-order sandwiches, hand-dipped shakes, and quick service.
variety of premium coffee drinks, freshly baked pastries,            301-686-1160
sandwiches, and desserts. 301-965-4000
                                                                     Grace's Mandarin $$
National Pastime Sports Bar and Grill $$                             Pan Asian flavors mix with a casual and elegant atmosphere
Blending local sports memorabilia with contemporary design,          alongside magnificent views of the Potomac River. Offering
this modern sports bar serves up classic grill favorites under       stylish cocktails, a full sushi bar, an expansive wine list, and
the glow of a 30-foot video wall. 301-965-4000                       both modern and contemporary Asian cuisine. 301-839-
Pienza Italian Market $$
Intending to embody the essence and hospitality of an Italian        Ketchup $$
marketplace, the ever-changing menu reflects the seasons.            Classic American cuisine recreated with a gourmet twist,
301-965-4000                                                         Ketchup takes childhood favorites and reinvents them
                                                                     without losing traditional charm. 301-749-7099
Moon Bay Coastal Cuisine $$$
Features an eclectic menu of Mid-Atlantic seafood, including

Cadillac Ranch $$$
A premier all-American bar and grill, open from lunch through
late nights, offering music and a mechanical bull alongside a
robust steakhouse menu. 301-839-1100

The Gaylord offers an hourly shuttle service into downtown
Washington, DC. The shuttle is operated by OnBoard Tours
and leaves from the Gaylord National main entrance on the
hour between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., seven days a week.
The shuttle stops at the Old Post Office (1100 Pennsylvania
Avenue NW) and at Union Station (intersection of H Street
and 2nd Street NE).
One-way tickets are $13, round-trip tickets are $20, and an
unlimited three-day pass is $49. (877-866-8732)
For public transit options, visitors can take the NH1 Metrobus
to the Branch Avenue Metrorail station, which is at the end
of the Green Line. Expect a trip into downtown Washington,
DC, to take roughly 90 minutes using this route. (www.
Taxicabs are also available. There are several taxicab
companies that service the National Harbor area. An average
one-way fare for one person from the National Harbor into
downtown DC is roughly $30. Contact the concierge or the
front desk for a list of recommended taxicab companies.

                  Wireless Access
Wireless internet access is available in guest rooms, dining
outlets, and atriums. It is not available in the Convention
Center or meeting areas.

    National Museum of Dentistry
See amazing teeth feats, marvel at George Washington’s
choppers, sing along to vintage toothpaste commercials, and
discover fascinating hands-on exhibitions about the power
of a healthy smile. An Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution,
this one-of-a-kind museum is located at 31 S. Greene Street
in downtown Baltimore, a short walk from the Inner Harbor.
Regular admission is $7 for adults, $5 for seniors and college
students, and $3 for children ages 3-18.Open Wednesday–
Saturday 10 a.m.–4 p.m. and Sunday 1–4 p.m. Closed
Mondays, Tuesdays, and major holidays. Call 410-706-0600
or visit www.smile-experience.org.
Attendees will receive half off the admission price with the
presentation of an ADEA conference badge through Sunday,
March 7, 2010.
     Continuing Education Credits                                      Tuesday, March 2
                                                                       8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
ADEA is an American Dental Association’s (ADA) Continuing
Education Recognition Program (CERP) Recognized Provider.              ADEA House of Delegates Booth and
ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to            Information Booth Open
assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of
continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or              Friday, February 26
endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply           3:00 - 6:00 p.m.
acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.                     Saturday, February 27
ADEA designates selected programs and activities of the                7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
2010 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition for continuing                   Sunday, February 28
education credits. The CE credit for each program or activity          7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
is listed in the “Complete 2010 ADEA Annual Session &
Exhibition Descriptions” section of this program. Concerns             Monday, March 1
or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the               7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
provider or to ADA CERP at ada.org/goto/cerp.                          Tuesday, March 2
In order to obtain a CE transcript, all sessions with CE credits       8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
must be entered and evaluated using the Online CE Evaluation           Wednesday, March 3
Form. You may evaluate sessions on an ongoing basis as                 8:00 a.m. - noon
they occur throughout the meeting or once all sessions have
been attended. Two stations at the Registration Desk will be
designated for the Online CE Evaluation Form service. The              Exhibit Hall Open (including Posters)
form can also be accessed from any computer with Internet              Prince George's Exhibit Hall D-E
access; the link will be provided with your onsite registration        Monday, March 1
materials and will be sent via email daily to all registered           Noon - 5:00 p.m.
attendees with an invitation to complete evaluations. If you           Tuesday, March 2
evaluate sessions on an ongoing basis, your responses will             11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
be stored in the system and do not need to be re-entered.
Sessions requiring registration, including Lunch & Learns
                                                                                       SPECIAL EVENTS
and FDWs, will only appear on the evaluation forms of those
who registered for these events. Once all evaluations are
complete, you can generate a PDF verification form that can            ADEA/W.K. Kellogg Foundation Minority Dental Faculty
be saved and emailed to you after the 2010 ADEA Annual                 Development Capstone Meeting (All U.S. dental deans
Session & Exhibition.                                                  invited to attend)
                                                                       Friday, February 26
         FOR YOUR INFORMATION                                          7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
                                                                       Chesapeake 7-8

Registration Open                                                      Eleven of the 58 U.S. dental schools have been involved in
                                                                       the ADEA/W.K. Kellogg Foundation Minority Dental Faculty
Friday, February 26
                                                                       Development (ADEA/WKKF MDFD) Program for the past
3:00 - 6:00 p.m.
                                                                       five years. This program was initiated in response to concern
Saturday, February 27                                                  among dental deans related to faculty shortages and
7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.                                                  future faculty concerns. The “Grow Your Own” philosophy
                                                                       that undergirds ADEA/WKKF MDFD was an outgrowth
Sunday, February 28
                                                                       from a survey of dental deans. The survey responses and
7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
                                                                       recommendations were published in the Journal of Dental
Monday, March 1                                                        Education in September 2000. Dr. Reed Tuckson, Executive
7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.                                                  Vice President for UnitedHealth Group and former Senior

Vice President for the American Medical Association, will                                  the detritus of American consumer culture
energize with bold perspectives on leadership and diversity                                in the series Intolerable Beauty: Portraits
in his keynote address.                                                                    of American Mass Consumption. His more
                                                                                           recent project, Running the Numbers: An
ADEA Workshop and Recruitment Fair for Predental                                           American Self-Portrait, has established
Students and Advisors                                                                      Mr. Jordan as an internationally
Saturday, February 27                                                                      acclaimed artist and spokesperson for
10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.                                                  social change.
Maryland 1-3                                                            His images have been featured in hundreds of magazines,
A great opportunity to meet dental school admissions                    newspapers, television, features, documentary films, books,
officials and dental students and discover what dental school           school curricula, and blogs around the globe. He has been
is all about. Free to predental students and their advisors, but        invited to exhibit his work in art museums, festivals, and
advance registration is required.                                       public venues in the United States, Asia, Europe, and South
Dental School Tour (University of Maryland)
                                                                        ADEA SoTLfest SoTL   fest
Saturday, February 27
Noon - 2:00 p.m.
Bus departure at 10:30 a.m. from the Maryland Bus Loop,                 ADEA Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTLfest)-
located outside the Maryland Ballroom at the Gaylord                    related sessions examine how teaching is valued, assessed,
                                                                        and rewarded and how it contributes overall to the learning
Opening Session of the ADEA House of Delegates                          experience of students and educators. You can be recognized
                                                                        for participation in this track. To be eligible for an ADEA
Saturday, February 27
                                                                        SoTLfest Certificate of Recognition, you must pre-register
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
                                                                        for and attend the required Presidential Symposium, Using
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                                                                        Faculty Assessment to Foster the Scholarship of Teaching and
                                                                        Learning, and three other SoTLfest-designated events.
The William J. Gies Awards for Vision, Innovation, and
Achievement (Ticketed event)
                                                                        ADEA YouTube for Dental Students Taping
Saturday, February 27
                                                                        Various times and locations throughout the conference.
6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
                                                                        Please visit the One ADEA booth or the Registration Desk
Potomac A-B
                                                                        for a daily schedule.
Breakfast for Invited Guests (By invitation only)
                                                                        ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition Reception for First-
Sunday, February 28                                                     Timers, New ADEA Members, and Mentors and Mentees
7:00 - 8:00 a.m.                                                        Sunday, February 28
Potomac C                                                               4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
                                                                        Potomac 5-6
Morning Refreshments for All Registered Attendees
Sunday, February 28                                                                        ADEA Evening Plenary on Gender Issues:
7:45 - 8:15 a.m.                                                                           Discourse and Dessert (ticketed event)
                                                                                           Sunday, February 28
ADEA Opening Ceremony with Awards and Plenary Session                                      8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 28                                                                        Potomac C
8:30 - 10:00 a.m.                                                                          Speaker: J.C. Hayward
Potomac A-B                                                                                Dr. J.C. Hayward, the first woman news
Speaker: Chris Jordan                                                   anchor in the Washington, DC, market, recently celebrated
Mr. Chris Jordan is a Seattle-based photographic artist who             her 36th year at WUSA 9. This record of longevity is matched
first became known for his large-scale color photographs of             by only one other female anchor in the United States.

Dr. Hayward is consistently rated one of the top news               ADEA President's Reception and Dance (Open to all
broadcasters in DC and was once voted Washingtonian                 attendees; please obtain tickets in advance)
magazine's "Washingtonian of the Year."                             Tuesday, March 2
ADEA members are invited to engage in dialogue with                 8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
this great communicator, who will discuss women’s career            Potomac A-C Lobby
trajectories and variations on their paths to achievement.
                                                                    Closing Session of the ADEA House of Delegates
                   ADEA Political Spotlight                         Wednesday, March 3
                   Monday, March 1                                  Noon - 1:00 p.m.
                   8:30 – 10:00 a.m.                                Potomac C-D
                   Potomac A-B
                   Speaker: Mara Liasson                            SPOTLIGHT ON NEW INFORMATION
                   Ms. Mara Liasson is a national political                   FROM ADEA
                   correspondent for National Public Radio
(NPR). Her reports can be heard on the award-winning                Meeting Your Research Needs: ADEA's New Data Tools
newsmagazine All Things Considered and Morning Edition.             Sunday, February 28
She has covered the 1992, 1996, and 2000 presidential               1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
elections and, prior to her current assignment, was NPR’s           Chesapeake 6
White House correspondent during all eight years of the
Clinton administration.                                             New ADEA data tools have been created to assist deans,
                                                                    administrators, faculty, and researchers tap into the
Connecting With Colleagues Reception (sponsored by                  array of data ADEA collects each year. Learn more about
Sirona Dental Systems, LLC)                                         MedEdPORTAL, the new ADEA online library, ADEA survey
                                                                    data, and the ADEA Dashboard. You will gain an overview
Monday, March 1
                                                                    of each, step-by-step instructions for access and use, and
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
                                                                    handouts with additional information.
Prince George's Exhibit Hall D-E
                                                                    ADEA AADSAS, PASS, and CAAPID: Moving Toward a
Dental School Tour (Howard University)
                                                                    Paperless Process
Monday, March 1
                                                                    Sunday, February 28
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
                                                                    1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Bus departure at 4:30 p.m. from the Maryland Bus Loop,
                                                                    National Harbor 3
located outside the Maryland Ballroom at the Gaylord.
                                                                    Enhancements for the 2011 ADEA AADSAS, PASS, and
                   ADEA Plenary Session: Portrait of the            CAAPID application cycles will be highlighted, with a focus
                   Future (sponsored by Zimmer Dental)              on “going paperless.” To help programs prepare to go
                   Tuesday, March 2                                 paperless for the 2011 PASS application cycle and the 2012
                   8:30 - 10:00 a.m.                                AADSAS application cycle, schools that are already paperless
                   Potomac A-B                                      will share best practices.
                   Speaker: Amber MacArthur
                                                                    Bridging the Gap: An Initiative to Enhance the Diversity of
Ms. Amber MacArthur is a Web consultant and leading voice           the Dental School Pipeline
of the social media generation. She is a pioneering and
                                                                    Sunday, February 28
popular Web journalist who interviews Web users, content
                                                                    2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
producers, and entrepreneurs. In podcasts and on television
                                                                    Chesapeake H-I
(she has worked for the CBC, CityTV, and G4TechTV), she
traces the profound impact of emerging technologies on the          Access to care and prevention, workforce development
way we live, work, and play. Ms. MacArthur is the co-founder        and diversity, and the educational pathways to serve these
of both MGI Media and Arktyp.                                       missions are essential for excellence in academic dentistry

and the dental profession. Learn more about a feasibility                   ADEA HOUSE OF DELEGATES
study and an ADEA demonstration project that addresses
these goals. Aimed at “Bridging the Gap” in these key mission         The ADEA House of Delegates consists of the Board of
areas, the seven-year B.S./M.D. model initiated by the Sophie         Directors and voting members of the Association’s seven
Davis School of Biomedical Education at the City University           councils. Delegates unable to attend a House session or
of New York has been adapted for underrepresented minority            who serve in the House in two or more positions (e.g., as a
students in dental education. Partnerships for planning and           member of the Council of Faculties and Council of Sections)
infrastructure development among dental and medical                   may appoint designates to represent them as needed.
schools and minority-serving undergraduate institutions               Delegates from the Councils of Allied Dental Program
have yielded outcomes that are practical, strategic, and              Directors, Hospitals and Advanced Education Programs, or
achievable                                                            Students, Residents, and Fellows must appoint designates
                                                                      who are members of their council. Delegates from the
Lisa Tedesco, Emory University; Douglass Jackson, Seattle
                                                                      Council of Sections must appoint the chair-elect or secretary
Children’s Hospital
                                                                      of their section. Delegates from the Councils of Deans and
                                                                      Faculties must appoint designates from their institutions.
Implementing Criminal Background Checks in Conjunction
                                                                      Delegates representing two or more councils in the House
with ADEA's Centralized Application Services
                                                                      must decide which council to represent and then appoint
Tuesday, March 2                                                      a designate(s) for the council(s) according to the foregoing
11:00 a.m. - noon                                                     guidelines. Delegates must notify the ADEA office prior to
Chesapeake E-F                                                        the ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition if a designate is
ADEA AADSAS will launch a criminal background check                   required and provided the name of the designate.
system with the start of the 2011 application cycle. Certiphi
Screening, Inc., ADEA’s project partner, will discuss what is         ADEA House of Delegates Opening Session
included in the check, how the system works, dental school            Saturday, February 27
options, how to interpret results, and the benefits of a              4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
centralized system.                                                   Potomac C-D

Trends in Dental Education: Three Things You Should Know              ADEA Reference Committee Hearing on Association Policy
Tuesday, March 2                                                      Monday, March 1
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                     2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Chesapeake A-C                                                        Potomac 3
Look forward to an informative and insightful presentation
                                                                      ADEA Reference Committee Hearing on Administrative
covering key areas of importance to dental education. Every
year, the ADEA Center for Educational Policy and Research
(ADEA CEPR) publishes numerous reports analyzing data                 Tuesday, March 2
collected by ADEA from academic dental institutions. You will         1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
focus on the three major trends in dental education (based
on the latest data available). Topics covered will be dental          ADEA House of Delegates Closing Session
school student applicant and enrollment trends, graduating            Wednesday, March 3
dental seniors’ attitudes and opinions, and faculty salary and        Noon - 1:00 p.m.
vacancy trends.                                                       Potomac C-D

                                SCHEDULE BY DAY AND TIME
Presenters, descriptions, and CE      Meeting (By invitation only)              9:00 a.m. - noon                      Noon - 2:00 p.m.
information are found in the          Potomac 2                                 Implementing Innovative Student       Dental School Tour (University of
“Session & Exhibition Descriptions”                                             Assessments During                    Maryland)
                                      3:00 – 6:00 p.m.
beginning on page 24.                                                           Predoctoral Clinical Training*        Bus departure at 10:30 a.m. from
                                      Registration Open
                                                                                Chesapeake 7-8                        the Maryland Bus Loop, located
                                      6:00 - 7:15 p.m.                          Faculty Development Workshop #1       outside the Maryland Ballroom
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25                 ADEA Leadership Institute
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                                                           9:00 a.m. - noon                      12:30 - 3:30 p.m.
                                      Commencement Reception (By
Association of Canadian Faculties                                               The Art of Assessment: Ensuring       ADEA Council of Sections Meeting
                                      invitation only)
of Dentistry Board Meeting (By                                                  Effective Evaluation of Affective     National Harbor 11
                                      Chesapeake 1-6 Foyer
invitation only)                                                                Assessment*                           12:45 - 3:45 p.m.
                                      7:00 - 10:00 p.m.                         National Harbor 4
Chesapeake G                                                                                                          Understanding, Creating, and
                                      Association of Canadian Faculties         Faculty Development Workshop #2       Assessing Podcasting Technology
                                      of Dentistry Cocktail Reception
                                                                                9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.                 for Dental Education*
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26                   Chesapeake 9
                                                                                ADEA Signature Series: Leading        National Harbor 4
7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.                 7:15 - 9:00 p.m.                          and Assessing New Models of           Faculty Development Workshop #3
ADEA/W.K. Kellogg Foundation          ADEA Leadership Institute                 Dental Education
Minority Dental Faculty                                                                                               12:45 - 3:45 p.m.
                                      Commencement Dinner (By                   Chesapeake E-F
Development Program Capstone                                                                                          Using the Defining Issues Test in
                                      invitation only)
Meeting                                                                         10:00 a.m. - noon                     Dental Ethics Education*
                                      Chesapeake 1-3
Chesapeake 7-8                                                                  Interdisciplinary Contexts for        Chesapeake 7-8
                                                                                Teaching Culturally Sensitive         Faculty Development Workshop #7
8:00 a.m. - noon                      SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27                     Care: Ethics, Behavioral Science,
ADEA Leadership Institute Alumni                                                                                      1:00 - 1:30 p.m.
                                      6:30 - 9:00 a.m.                          Public Health, and the Student        ADEA Council of Faculties
Association Meeting (By invitation                                              Environment
                                      ADEA/Johnson & Johnson                                                          Administrative Board Meeting
only)                                                                           National Harbor 10
                                      Healthcare Products/Enid A. Neidle                                              Chesapeake K-L
Potomac 4                                                                       Symposium
                                      Scholar-in-Residence Program
8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.                 Selection Committee Meeting                                                     1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
                                                                                10:00 a.m. - noon                     ADEA ASAP Crew Orientation
Association of Canadian Faculties     Chesapeake 3                              Show Me the Evidence: Using Item
of Dentistry Academic Affairs                                                                                         Chesapeake 3
                                      7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.                     and Exam Statistics to Determine If
Committee Meeting (By invitation                                                Assessments Work                      1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
                                      Registration Open
only)                                                                           National Harbor 3                     ADEA Council of Hospitals and
Chesapeake 1                          7:00 - 8:30 a.m.                                                                Advanced Education Programs
                                      ADEA Council of Deans                                                           Business Meeting
8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.                                                           10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
                                      Administrative Board Meeting                                                    Chesapeake 9
Association of Canadian Faculties                                               ADEA Workshop and Recruitment
                                      Fort Washington Boardroom
of Dentistry Deans' Committee                                                   Fair for Predental Students and       1:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Meeting (By invitation only)          7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.                                                           ADEA Council of Deans Meeting
Chesapeake 9                          American Association of Oral and                                                Chesapeake 1-2
                                                                                Maryland 1-3
                                      Maxillofacial Surgeons Committee
Noon - 2:00 p.m.                                                                11:00 a.m. - noon                     1:00 - 3:30 p.m.
                                      on Residency Education and
ADEA Annual Session Program                                                     ADEA Council of Students,             ADEA Council of Students,
                                      Training (CRET) Meeting (By
Committee Meeting                                                               Residents, and Fellows Orientation    Residents, and Fellows Meeting
                                      invitation only)
Chesapeake 2                                                                    Chesapeake 4-6                        Chesapeake 4-6
                                      Potomac 6
Noon - 5:00 p.m.                                                                11:00 a.m. – noon                     1:30 - 2:00 p.m.
                                      7:30 – 8:30 a.m.
ADEA Graduate Dental Hygiene                                                    American Society for Dental Ethics    ADEA Council of Faculties New
                                      ADEA Council of Students,
Program Directors Meeting                                                       Business Meeting (By invitation       Members Orientation
                                      Residents, and Fellows
Chesapeake 3                                                                    only)                                 Chesapeake K-L
                                      Administrative Board Meeting
1:00 - 5:00 p.m.                      Chesapeake 4-6                            National Harbor 12                    1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
ADEA Leadership Institute                                                       11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.               ADEA Council of Allied Dental
                                      8:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Orientation (By invitation only)                                                ADEA Council of Allied Dental         Program Directors Meeting
                                      209-2010 ADEA Board of Directors
Potomac 5-6                                                                     Program Directors Administrative      Fort Washington Boardroom
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                      Potomac 1-2                               Board Meeting                         1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
ADEA Council of Sections                                                        Fort Washington Boardroom             Moving Beyond the Correct
                                      8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Administrative Board Meeting                                                    11:30 - 11:55 a.m.                    Answer: Exploring Innovative
                                      American Academy of
Fort Washington Boardroom                                                       Communication Skills Within an        Uses and Types of Competency
                                      Periodontology Education
3:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                                                Oral Health Promotion Virtual         Assessments in Contrasting
                                      Committee Meeting (By invitation
                                                                                Interprofessional Learning Project    Educational Programs
Association of Canadian Faculties     only)                                     Potomac 5
of Dentistry Annual General           National Harbor 14                                                              National Harbor 10
                                                                                New Idea Session                      Symposium
*Ticket Required                                                           14
2:00 - 2:25 p.m.                       7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.                       Orthodontic Education Meeting (by     Members' Forum
Making Skills in Analyzing a           Registration Open                           invitation only)                      Maryland 1-3
Clinically Relevant Research Article                                               National Harbor 8
                                       7:00 - 8:00 a.m.                                                                  Noon - 5:00 p.m.
a Mandatory Competency for All         ADEA/Sunstar Americas, Inc./Harry           10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.               Midwestern University Meetings
U.S. Dental Schools                    W. Bruce, Jr. Legislative Fellowship        Members’ Forum: Community and         (By invitation only)
Potomac 5                              Selection Committee Breakfast (By           Preventive Dentistry                  Conference Room 2/Sales
New Idea Session                       invitation only)                            Chesapeake 6                          Mezzanine Level
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.                       Chesapeake 1                                10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.               12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
ADEA Corporate Council                 7:00 - 8:00 a.m.                            Members' Forum: Dental School         ADEA Council of Hospitals and
Administrative Board Meeting           Breakfast for Invited Guests                Admissions Officers and Student       Advanced Education Programs
Potomac 3-4                            Potomac C                                   Affairs and Financial Aid             Business Meeting
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.                                                                   Chesapeake 7                          Azalea 2
                                       7:45 - 8:15 a.m.
ADEA Council of Faculties Meeting      Morning Refreshments for All                10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.               12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Chesapeake K-L                         Registered Attendees                        Strategic Directions for Dental       Members’ Forum: Anatomical
                                                                                   and Dental Hygiene Schools in         Sciences
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.                       8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
                                                                                   an Age of Health Reform: Roles        Chesapeake 7
American Academy of                    ADEA Opening Ceremony with
Periodontology Predoctoral                                                         and Responsibilities of Academic      12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
                                       Awards and Plenary Session
Directors' Organization Business                                                   Institutions                          Members' Forum: Biochemistry,
                                       Potomac AB                                                                        Nutrition, and Microbiology
Meeting (By invitation only)                                                       Chesapeake F
Potomac 2                              10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.                                                           National Harbor 15
                                                                                   11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
                                       Changing Institutional Culture                                                    12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
3:00 - 3:25 p.m.                                                                   ADEA/Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation
                                       Through Planning and Assessment                                                   Members' Forum: Dental Anatomy
Competency-Based Evaluation                                                        Bridging the Gap Grant Program
                                       Presidential Symposium                                                            and Occlusion
of Predental Applicants: Can                                                       Meeting (By invitation only)
                                       National Harbor 10                                                                Chesapeake 8-9
Progress in Holistic Admissions Be                                                 National Harbor 3
Measured?                              10:15 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.                                                            12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
                                                                                   11:30 - 11:55 a.m.
Potomac 5                              ADEA Council of Students,                                                         Members' Forum: Educational,
                                                                                   Web-Based Self Learning and
New Idea Session                       Residents, and Fellows Meeting                                                    Research/Development and
                                                                                   Assessment Program: A Bridge to
                                       Potomac C                                                                         Curriculum
3:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                                                   Patient Care in Pediatric Dentistry
                                       10:30 - 11:30 a.m.                                                                Chesapeake H-I
Summer Medical and Dental                                                          Potomac 3
Education Program                      Members' Forum: Gay-Straight                New Idea Session                      12:15 – 1:15 p.m.
Maryland 1-3                           Alliance                                                                          Members' Forum: Minority Affairs
                                                                                   Noon - 1:00 p.m.
                                       Chesapeake 7                                                                      Potomac 3
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                                                   American Association of Oral and
Opening Session of the ADEA            10:30 a.m. - noon                           Maxillofacial Surgeons Committee      12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
House of Delegates                     Are We Doing a Good Job of                  on Residency Education and            Members' Forum: Oral Biology
Potomac C-D                            Engaging the Net Generation                 Training (CRET) Meeting (By           Azalea 1
                                       Student?                                    invitation only)                      12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
6:00 - 9:00 p.m.                       Chesapeake 8-9                              Potomac 2                             Members' Forum: Periodontics
The William J. Gies Awards
                                       10:30 a.m. - noon                           Noon - 1:00 p.m.                      National Harbor 11
for Vision, Innovation, and
Achievement                            Assessment in Advanced Education            Commission on Dental                  12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Potomac A-B                            Programs                                    Accreditation Open Hearing            Members' Forum: Physiology,
                                       Chesapeake E                                National Harbor 6                     Pharmacology, and Therapeutics
6:30 - 10:00 p.m.
                                       10:30 a.m. - noon                                                                 Chesapeake K-L
American Association of                                                            Noon - 1:00 p.m.
Orthodontists Council on               The Michigan Difference: A Reality          MedEdPORTAL Advisory Board            12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Orthodontic Education Meeting (by      Through "Assessment: Portraits of           Chesapeake 1                          American Association of
invitation only)                       Change"                                                                           Orthodontists Deans’ Luncheon (by
                                                                                   Noon - 1:00 p.m.                      invitation only)
Chesapeake 9                           Potomac 1
                                                                                   Omicron Kappa Upsilon (OKU)           National Harbor 7
                                       10:30 a.m. - noon                           and Sigma Phi Alpha (SPA) PET-CT
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28                    New Models for Biomedical                   Imaging of Head and Neck Cancers      1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
                                       Sciences Instruction: Assessing             (By invitation only)                  Meeting Your Research Needs:
6:00 - 8:00 a.m.
American Association of Oral and       Curricula, Teaching Approaches,             Potomac 5-6                           ADEA's New Data Tools
Maxillofacial Surgeons Committee       and Student Competencies                                                          Chesapeake 6
on Residency Education and                                                         Noon - 1:30 p.m.
                                       Chesapeake K-L                                                                    1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Training (CRET) Meeting (By                                                        ADEA Council of Allied Dental
                                       10:30 a.m. - noon                                                                 ADEA AADSAS, PASS and CAAPID:
invitation only)                                                                   Program Directors Conference
                                       Risk Assessment for Predoctoral                                                   Moving Toward a Paperless Process
Potomac 2                                                                          Planning Committee Meeting
                                                                                                                         National Harbor 3
6:45 - 8:00 a.m.                       Periodontics                                Fort Washington Boardroom
University of Connecticut Health       Chesapeake B                                                                      1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
                                                                                   Noon - 2:00 p.m.                      Best Practices for Teaching Online:
Center: Dental School Finances (By     10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.                     Dental Hygiene Clinic Coordinators    A Portrait of Assessment and
invitation only)
                                       American Association of                     Luncheon (sponsored by The
Potomac 4                                                                                                                Evaluation of Online Learning*
                                       Orthodontists Council on                    Proter & Gamble Company) and

                                                                              15                                                             *Ticket Required
Chesapeake 2-3                        While Expanding the Dental Safety          4:30 - 6:00 p.m.                     MONDAY, MARCH 1
Faculty Development Workshop #4       Net                                        ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition     6:00 - 8:00 a.m.
1:00 - 4:00 p.m.                      National Harbor 11                         Reception for First-Timers, New      American Society for Dental
The Big Idea of Small Groups*         Symposium                                  ADEA Members, and Mentors and        Anesthesiologists Program
Chesapeake E-F                        2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                           Mentees                              Directors Meeting
Faculty Development Workshop #6       How to Submit to MedEdPORTAL               Potomac 5-6                          National Harbor 14
1:00 - 4:00 p.m.                      National Harbor 2                          5:00 – 6:00 p.m.                     6:30 - 8:00 a.m.
Evaluating Educational Tests*         Symposium                                  ADEA Allied Dental Faculty Salary    Commission on Dental
National Harbor 12                    2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                           Survey Meeting                       Accreditation Orientation for
Faculty Development Workshop #5       American Association of                    National Harbor 7                    Dental School Administrators With
                                      Orthodontists Council on                   5:00 – 6:00 p.m.                     Site Visits in 2010-12
1:00 - 4:00 p.m.                                                                                                      Chesapeake H-I
Writing Evaluation Criteria for       Orthodontic Education Meeting (by          Sigma Phi Alpha (SPA) Business
Summative and Formative Student       invitation only)                           Meeting (By invitation only)         6:30 - 8:00 a.m.
Feedback, Faculty Calibration, and    National Harbor 8                          National Harbor 14                   ADEA Women Liaison Officers
Criteria Validation*                  2:15 - 3:45 p.m.                           5:00 - 6:30 p.m.                     Breakfast
Chesapeake B-C                        Integration of Curricular Elements         Commission on Dental                 Chesapeake B-C
Faculty Development Workshop #8       to Demonstrate Outcomes of                 Accreditation Orientation for        6:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.                      Critical Thinking in Allied Dental         Advanced Programs With Site Visits   American Association of
Assessing Clinical Competency:        Education                                  in 2010-12                           Orthodontists Interdisciplinary
Nontraditional Methods                National Harbor 15                         Potomac 4                            Breakfast Meeting
Chesapeake K-L                        3:00 - 3:25 p.m.                           5:00 - 6:30 p.m.                     (by invitation only)
                                      The Leadership Academy:                    ELAM Program Alumni Tea              National Harbor 11
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Best Practices for a Difficult        Establishing a Culture of                  Chesapeake 1                         6:45 - 7:30 a.m.
Economy: Strategies and Solutions     Leadership in Health Professions           5:00 - 7:00 p.m.                     American Academy of
for Dental Development, Alumni        Education                                  Dental Specialty Organizations       Periodontology Deans' Breakfast
Affairs, and Public Relations         National Harbor 7                          Reception for Deans                  Chesapeake 6
Professionals to Rebuild, Recover,    New Idea Session                           National Harbor 3                    6:45 - 7:30 a.m.
and Rebrand                           3:15 - 4:15 p.m.                                                                American Association of Oral and
                                                                                 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Potomac 1                             Members' Forum: Business and                                                    Maxillofacial Surgeons Deans'
                                                                                 Dental Pipeline Meeting 2010 (By
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.                      Financial Administration and Clinic        invitation only)                     Breakfast Meeting (By invitation
Revisiting the Surgeon General’s      Administration                             Chesapeake K-L                       only)
Report on Oral Health: Overview of    Chesapeake 8-9                                                                  Chesapeake E
                                                                                 5:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Project and Outcomes                  3:15 - 4:15 p.m.                                                                7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
                                                                                 American Association of Oral and
Azalea 2                              Members' Forum: Career                                                          Registration Open
                                                                                 Maxillofacial Surgeons Committee
2:00 - 2:25 p.m.                      Development for the New Educator           on Residency Education and
                                      Potomac 1                                                                       7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
Case-Based Student Assessment                                                    Training (CRET) Meeting (By          ADEA Council of Deans Meeting
Chesapeake 6                          3:15 - 4:15 p.m.                           invitation only)                     Potomac 1-2
New Idea Session                      Members' Forum: Development,               Potomac 2
                                      Alumni Affairs, and Public                                                      8:30 – 10:00 a.m.
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.                                                                 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.                     ADEA Political Spotlight and
Portrait of Licensure                 Relations                                  University of Manitoba Welcome
                                      National Harbor 6                                                               Plenary Session
National Harbor 14                                                               Reception (By invitation only)       Potomac A-B
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.                      3:45 - 4:45 p.m.                           Chesapeake 4-6
                                      Members' Forum: Legal Issues                                                    10:15 - 11:15 a.m.
Bridging the Gap: An Initiative to                                               6:15 - 7:45 p.m.                     Members' Forum: Basic Science
Enhance the Diversity of the Dental   Chesapeake K-L                             ADEA Leadership Institute            Caucus
School Pipeline                       4:00 - 5:00 p.m.                           Reception for the Class of 2011      Chesapeake 4-5
Chesapeake H-I                        ADEA Fall Meetings Program                 (sponsored by Colgate-Palmolive
                                      Planning Meeting (Staff Liaisons           Co.) (By invitation only)            10:15 - 11:15 p.m.
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                                                                                                      Members' Forum: Gerontology and
ADEA Corporate Council Meeting        and Program Chairs)                        Potomac 1
                                      National Harbor 10                                                              Geriatrics Education
National Harbor 4-5                                                              6:30 - 8:30 p.m.                     Potomac 4
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                      4:00 - 5:00 p.m.                           Sirona Dental Systems: CEREC
                                      Members' Forum: Dental Hygiene             White Coat Ceremony (By              10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
ADEA/W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Minority Dental Faculty               Education                                  invitation only)                     The Future of Postgraduate
Development Mentoring: One Size       Chesapeake H-I                             Chesapeake 6                         Dental Programs: Challenges
Does Not Fit All                                                                                                      in Determining Standards for
National Harbor 10                    4:00 - 5:30 p.m.                           8:00 - 10:00 p.m.                    Evaluating Applicants (Co-
Symposium                             Omicron Kappa Upsilon Annual               An Evening Plenary on Gender         presented by ADEA Sections
                                      Business Meeting (Open to all              Issues: ADEA Discourse and           on Graduate and Postgraduate
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                      attendees)                                 Dessert*
The Changing Face of HIV:             Potomac 3                                  Potomac C Lobby
Assessment of Dental Programs to
Improve Educational Opportunities
                                                                            17                                                            *Ticket Required
Education and Orthodontics)          Learns                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       Linking Assessment to Institutional
National Harbor 10                   Prince George's Exhibit Hall D-E           Creating the Future for Your Dental     Goals
                                                                                School Through Strategic Planning       Chesapeake K-L
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.                   12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
                                                                                and Assessment*
Predoctoral TMD Curriculum:          10 Ways to Assess and Enhance                                                      1:15 - 2:45 p.m.
                                                                                Lunch and Learn #21
Content, Teaching, and Assessment    Your Lectures *                                                                    Eating Disorders - Implications for
National Harbor 2                    Lunch and Learn #10                        12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       Clinicians and Dental Educators
                                                                                Effective Meetings: How to Make         National Harbor 3
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.                   12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
                                                                                Meetings "Work"*
A Report From NIH: Stimulus Funds    Approaches to Teaching and                                                         1:15 - 2:45 p.m.
                                                                                Lunch and Learn #22
for Oral and Craniofacial Research   Assessing Competency in Treating                                                   Inclusion of Cone Beam 3-D
Chesapeake 8                         Tobacco Dependency: Put the                12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       Imaging in Dental Education
Symposium                            Learning Into Practice*                    Evolution of the Rubric: Best           Chesapeake 8-9
                                     Lunch and Learn #12                        Practices in the Preclinical Setting*
10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.                                                                                                 1:15 - 2:45 p.m.
                                                                                Lunch and Learn #23
Using Faculty Assessment to Foster   12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                                  Maintaining Ethical Standards and
the Scholarship of Teaching and      Assessing an Effective Meeting*            12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       Quality Programs in Continuing
Learning                             Lunch and Learn #13                        Facilitating the Success of the         Education
Presidential Symposium                                                          People You Lead*                        Chesapeake H-I
                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
National Harbor 3                                                               Lunch and Learn #24
                                     Assessment of Learning Outcomes                                                    1:15 - 2:45 p.m.
10:30 - 10:55 a.m.                   Using Audience Response Systems            12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       Tobacco Dependence Education:
Use of a Relational Database for     in Small Group Settings*                   Gaming: Encourage Learning              Are We Ready for Change?
Curriculum Evaluation                Lunch and Learn #14                        During Examination*                     Chesapeake 6
Chesapeake 7                                                                    Lunch and Learn #25
                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                                  1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
New Idea Session                                                                12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       Developing and Enhancing Student
                                     Best Practices for Implementation
10:30 a.m. - noon                    and Assessment of Critical Thinking        How to Assess Student                   Mentoring Programs*
ADEA Commission on Change and        Strategies in Dental and Allied            Performance in the Detection of         Lunch and Learn #38
Innovation in Dental Education       Dental Curricula *                         Hidden Risks in Medically Complex
                                                                                                                        1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Symposium: Institutional             Lunch and Learn #15                        Patients*
                                                                                                                        Gaining Support for Change:
Assessment Building and                                                         Lunch and Learn #26
                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                                  Influencing and Managing Key
Sustaining School Capacities                                                    12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       Stakeholders*
                                     Call for Women in Dental
Potomac 1-2                                                                     How to Submit a Proposal for            Lunch and Learn #31
                                     Education: Identify Your Strengths
Symposium                                                                       the ADEA Annual Session &
                                     and Lead Your Section to Be Its                                                    1:30 – 2:30 p.m.
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.              Best *                                     Exhibition*
                                                                                                                        How to Become an Annual Session
AClient Users Group Meeting          Lunch and Learn #16                        Lunch and Learn #29
                                                                                                                        Proposal Reviewer*
Chesapeake 1                                                                    12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       Lunch and Learn #79
                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
11:30 - 11:55 a.m.                   Changing the Way We Look at                How to Submit to MedEdPORTAL*
                                                                                                                        1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Steps Toward Lifelong Learning       Indigent Care: One Dental School's         Lunch and Learn #27
                                                                                                                        Incorporating User-Friendly Risk
at New York University College       Collaborative Approach*                    12:30 - 1:30 p.m.                       Assessment in a Dental Hygiene
of Dentistry Postgraduate            Lunch and Learn #17                        Journal of Dental Education             Clinic*
Orthodontics                                                                    Editorial Review Board                  Lunch and Learn #30
                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Chesapeake 7                                                                    Chesapeake F
                                     Characteristics of and Operational                                                 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
New Idea Session
                                     Strategies for the Well-Adjusted           12:30 - 2:00 p.m.                       Innovations in Clinical Teaching
Noon - 1:00 p.m.                     Leader *                                   Our Legacy - Our Future Steering        and Faculty Calibration*
Members' Forum: Graduate and         Lunch and Learn #18                        Committee Meeting (By invitation        Lunch and Learn #32
Postgraduate Education                                                          only)
                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                                  1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
National Harbor 10                                                              National Harbor 14
                                     A Collaborative Approach to                                                        Managing Email, Tasks, Priorities,
Noon - 1:00 p.m.                     Assessment of Dental Practice              12:30 - 3:00 p.m.                       and More Using Microsoft Outlook
Members' Forum: Orthodontics         Risk Management Concepts Using             ADEA Council of Students,               2007*
Chesapeake 6                         Active Learning Technology*                Residents, and Fellows Meeting          Lunch and Learn #33
Noon - 1:00 p.m.                     Lunch and Learn #11                        Potomac C
                                                                                                                        1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Members' Forum:                      12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                          1:00 - 3:00 p.m.                        Minimizing Trial and Error,
Temporomandibular Disorders          Communication Between                      ADEA TechExpo                           Maximizing Positive Outcomes:
Chesapeake K-L                       Predoctoral Dental Students and            Prince George's Exhibit Hall D-E        Presenting a Four-Year Dental
Noon - 1:30 p.m.                     the Outsourced Dental Laboratory*                                                  Practice Management Education
                                     Lunch and Learn #19                        1:15 - 2:45 p.m.
ADEA CEPR Advisory Committee                                                    The ADA Anesthesia Emergencies          Model*
Potomac 1                            12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                          Course: Update and Overview             Lunch and Learn #34
Noon - 5:00 p.m.                     Comprehensive Charting Legend              Chesapeake 4-5                          1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Exhibit Hall                         for All Initial Diagnoses*                                                         Protocol for Assessing Curricular
                                     Lunch and Learn #20                        1:15 - 2:45 p.m.
Includes Poster Sessions with                                                   Competencies, Standards, and            Change*
Student Competition and Lunch &                                                 Student Learning Objectives:            Lunch and Learn #36

*Ticket Required                                                           18
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                        2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                         3:00 - 4:00 p.m.                        5:00 - 10:00 p.m.
The Spider Chart: An Educational        Human Patient Simulation: The            Members' Forum: Oral                    American Association of Oral and
Tool for Teaching Dental Students       Ultimate Assessment for Medical          and Maxillofacial Surgery,              Maxillofacial Surgeons Committee
Caries Risk Assessment*                 Emergencies in Dentistry*                Anesthesiology, and Hospital            on Residency Education and
Lunch and Learn #39                     Chesapeake E-F                           Administration                          Training (CRET) Meeting
                                        Faculty Development Workshop             Azalea 3                                National Harbor 8
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Strategic Clinic Calibration Efforts*   #44                                      3:15 - 4:00 p.m.                        6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Lunch and Learn #37                     2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                         Members' Forum: Operative               ADEA Commission on Change and
                                        Integrating Diverse E-Technology         Dentistry and Biomaterials              Innovation in Dental Education
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
                                        to Create Innovative and                 Chesapeake 6                            Liaisons Meeting
Three-Pronged Course Evaluation*
Lunch and Learn #41                     Self-directed Learning Across            3:45 - 4:45 p.m.                        Potomac C-D
                                        Entry-Level, Degree Completion,          Members' Forum: Foreign-
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                                                                                                         6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
                                        and Graduate Dental Hygiene              Educated Dental Professionals
The Undergraduate Urgent Care                                                                                            American Association of Oral and
                                        Programs*                                Chesapeake 7
Clinic: Dealing With the Tension                                                                                         Maxillofacial Surgeons Reception
                                        National Harbor 4
Between Education and Patient                                                    4:00 - 5:00 p.m.                        for Deans (By invitation only)
                                        Faculty Development Workshop
Care*                                                                            ADEA's Faculty Surveys: Discussion      National Harbor 3
Lunch and Learn #40                                                              Group                                   6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
                                        2:00 – 5:00 p.m.                         National Harbor 14
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.                                                                                                         Dental School Tour (Howard
                                        Using a Discovery Approach to
Seal, Remineralize, or Restore: A                                                4:00 - 5:00 p.m.                        University)
                                        SoTL: Assessing Your Scholarly
Symposium on the Assessment of                                                   Connecting With Colleagues              Bus departure at 4:30 p.m. from
Best Clinical Practices                                                          Reception (co-sponsored by Sirona       the Maryland Bus Loop, located
                                        Faculty Development Workshop
Potomac 2                                                                        Dental Systems, LLC)                    outside the Maryland Ballroom
                                        National Harbor 15                       Prince George's Exhibit Hall D-E        6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
ADEA Reference Committee                                                         4:30 - 6:00 p.m.                        SELAM Award for Excellence
                                        3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Hearing on Association Policy                                                    ADEA Commission on Change and           Reception (By invitation only)
                                        AClient Steering Committee
Potomac 3                                                                        Innovation in Dental Education          Chesapeake B
                                        Chesapeake A-B
                                                                                 Special Open Session: Leading           6:30 - 10:00 p.m.
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.                        3:00 - 4:00 p.m.                         Change and Innovation                   ADEA Legislative Dinner
Health Care Reform: Implications        ADEA Reference Committee                 Potomac C-D                             (Sponsored by Sunstar Americas,
for Graduate Medical Education          Meeting on Association Policy (By        Symposium                               Inc.) (By invitation only)
National Harbor 2                       invitation only)
Symposium                                                                        5:00 - 6:00 p.m.                        Potomac 1
                                        Potomac 1
                                                                                 Joint Commission on National            7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                        3:00 - 4:00 p.m.                         Dental Examinations: Update             ADEA Commission on Change and
ADEA Leadership Institute Alumni        ADEA's Student Surveys:                  on the National Board Dental            Innovation in Dental Education
Association Education Program (By       Discussion Group                         Examinations Program                    Reception
invitation only)                        National Harbor 14                       National Harbor 10                      Potomac 5-6
National Harbor 11
                                        3:00 - 4:00 p.m.                         5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                                                                                                         7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
                                        Members' Forum: Behavioral               Commission on Dental
Open Knowledge: Opening Our                                                                                              Commission on Dental
                                        Sciences                                 Accreditation Dental and Advanced
Teaching and Learning Resources                                                                                          Accreditation Allied Dental Site
                                        National Harbor 3                        Dental Consultant Update (by
to Enable Positive Change Across                                                                                         Visitor Update (By invitation only)
                                        3:00 - 4:00 p.m.                         invitation only)                        National Harbor 11
the Country and Around the World
                                        Members' Forum: Continuing               National Harbor 2
National Harbor 10
Symposium                               Education                                5:00 – 6:30 p.m.                        TUESDAY, MARCH 2
                                        Chesapeake H-I                           UDENTE Reception (By invitation
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                                                                                         8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
                                        3:00 - 4:00 p.m.                         only)                                   Registration Open
Assessment of Critical Thinking
                                        Members' Forum: Dental Assisting         Chesapeake A
Skills in Dental and Allied Dental                                                                                       8:00 - 9:00 a.m.
Curricula*                              Education                                5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
                                        Chesapeake K-L                                                                   American Association of Oral
Potomac 5-6                                                                      American Academy of                     and Maxillofacial Surgeons ADEA
Faculty Development Workshop            3:00 - 4:00 p.m.                         Periodontology Education                Liaison Committee Breakfast
#42                                     Members' Forum: Lasers in                Committee Meeting (By invitation        Meeting (By invitation only)
                                        Dentistry                                only)                                   Chesapeake 1
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
                                        Azalea 2                                 National Harbor 14
Bringing Prevention to Life                                                                                              8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
in Dental Education: Portraits          3:00 - 4:00 p.m.                         5:00 - 7:00 p.m.                        ADEA Plenary Session: Portrait of
of Sustainable Behavior                 Members' Forum: Oral and                 Commission on Dental                    the Future (sponsored by Zimmer
Change Through Motivational             Maxillofacial Pathology                  Accreditation for Allied Dental         Dental)
Interviewing*                           Chesapeake 4-5                           Site Visit Orientation (By invitation   Potomac A-B
Chesapeake 2-3                                                                   only)
                                        3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Faculty Development Workshop                                                     Chesapeake H-I
                                        Members' Forum: Oral and
#43                                     Maxillofacial Radiology
                                        Chesapeake 8-9
                                                                            19                                                               *Ticket Required
9:30 - 11:00 a.m.                    Redesigning Geriatric Curriculum          12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Our Legacy - Our Future              in a Practice Management Setting          Assessing an Effective Meeting*         Facilitating the Success of the
Development Officers Work Group      Chesapeake 4-5                            Lunch and Learn #50                     People You Lead*
Meeting (By invitation only)         10:30 a.m. - noon                         12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       Lunch and Learn #61
Chesapeake 6                         Teaching and Assessing                    Assessment of Learning Outcomes         12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.                   Ergonomics in the Simulation              Using Audience Response Systems         Gaming: Encourage Learning
ADEA Corporate Council Meeting       Laboratory Chesapeake 8-9                 in Small Group Settings*                During Examination*
Chesapeake 1                         10:30 a.m. - noon                         Lunch and Learn #51                     Lunch and Learn #62
10:15 - 11:15 a.m.                   The Use of Case-Based                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Members' Forum: Cariology            Assessments in Endodontic                 Best Practices for Implementation       How to Assess Student
Potomac 6                            Education                                 and Assessment of Critical Thinking     Performance in the Detection of
                                     Chesapeake K-L                            Strategies in Dental and Allied         Hidden Risks in Medically Complex
10:15 - 11:15 a.m.
                                     10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.                   Dental Curricula*                       Patients*
Members' Forum: Oral Diagnosis
                                     ADEA Council of Students,                 Lunch and Learn #52                     Lunch and Learn #63
and Oral Medicine
Chesapeake 3                         Residents, and Fellows Meeting            12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
                                     Potomac D                                 Call for Women in Dental                “How’m I doin’?” Using
10:15 - 11:15 a.m.
                                     11:00 a.m. - noon                         Education: Identify Your Strengths      360-degree Evaluations to Improve
Members' Forum: Pediatric
                                     Implementing Criminal Background          and Lead Your Section to Be Its         Faculty Performance*
                                     Checks in Conjunction with ADEA’s         Best*                                   Lunch and Learn #65
Chesapeake H-I
                                     Centralized Application Services          Lunch and Learn #53                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
10:15 - 11:15 a.m.
                                     Chesapeake E-F                            12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       How to Submit a Proposal for
Members' Forum: Postdoctoral
                                     11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.                    Changing the Way We Look at             the ADEA Annual Session &
General Dentistry
                                     Exhibit Hall                              Indigent Care: One Dental School's      Exhibition*
Potomac 5
                                     Includes Poster Sessions and Lunch        Collaborative Approach*                 Lunch and Learn #66
10:15 - 11:15 a.m.                                                             Lunch and Learn #54
                                     & Learns                                                                          12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Members' Forum: Tobacco-Free
                                     Prince George's Exhibit Hall D-E          12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       How to Submit to MedEdPORTAL*
                                     11:30 - 11:55 a.m.                        Characteristics of and Operational      Lunch and Learn #64
Chesapeake 2
                                     Exploring Trends on the Inclusion         Strategies for the Well-Adjusted        12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.                                                             Leader*
                                     of Oral-Systemic Health in                                                        Members’ Forum: Clinical
Clinical Competencies in                                                       Lunch and Learn #55
                                     Curricula of Undergraduate                                                        Simulation
Prosthodontics With a Diminishing
                                     Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy           12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       Chesapeake H-I
Patient Pool
                                     in English-Speaking Universities          A Collaborative Approach to
Potomac 2                                                                                                              12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
                                     Potomac 1                                 Assessment of Dental Practice           Members’ Forum: Endodontics
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.                   New Idea Session                          Risk Management Concepts Using          Chesapeake 7
Informatics Short Talks                                                        Active Learning Technology*
                                     Noon - 1:00 p.m.
(Presented by ADEA Section on                                                  Lunch and Learn #48                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
                                     Members' Forum: Dental
Dental Informatics)                                                                                                    Members’ Forum: Practice
                                     Informatics                               12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Potomac 3                                                                                                              Management
                                     Chesapeake 4-5                            Communication Between                   Potomac C
10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.                                                        Predoctoral Dental Students and
                                     Noon - 1:00 p.m.
Answer, Hope, and Move On: What                                                the Outsourced Dental Laboratory*       12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
                                     Members' Forum: Prosthodontics
is Wrong With Student Assessment                                               Lunch and Learn #56                     Trends in Dental Education: Three
                                     Chesapeake 8-9
Presidential Symposium                                                                                                 Things You Should Know
                                     Noon – 5:00 p.m.                          12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       Chesapeake A-C
National Harbor 11
                                     ADEAGies/AADR Academic Dental             Comprehensive Charting Legend
10:30 - 10:55 a.m.                                                             for All Initial Diagnoses*              1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
                                     Careers Fellowship Program
The Assessment and Analysis of                                                 Lunch and Learn #57                     ADEA Reference Committee
                                     (ADCFP) Fellows and Mentors
Patient Satisfaction Surveys Using                                                                                     Hearing on Administrative Affairs
                                     Training Session                          12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Text Analysis Software                                                                                                 Potomac 1
                                     Potomac 3-4                               Creating the Future for Your Dental
Potomac 1                                                                                                              1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                         School Through Strategic Planning
New Idea Session                                                                                                       ADEA AADSAS Task Force
                                     10 Ways to Assess and Enhance             and Assessment *
10:30 - 10:55 a.m.                                                             Lunch and Learn #58                     Chesapeake 6
                                     Your Lectures*
Transformation of a Clinical                                                                                           1:15 - 2:45 p.m.
                                     Lunch and Learn #47                       12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Assessment System: Involving All                                                                                       Rubrics: An Innovative Method of
                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                         Effective Meetings: How to Make
Faculty as Stakeholders                                                                                                Assessment in Dental Education
                                     Approaches to Teaching and                Meetings "Work"*
National Harbor 13                                                                                                     Chesapeake K-L
                                     Assessing Competency in Treating          Lunch and Learn #59
New Idea Session
                                     Tobacco Dependency: Put the               12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                       1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
10:30 a.m. - noon                                                                                                      Developing and Enhancing Student
                                     Learning Into Practice*                   Evolution of the Rubric: Best
Portraits of Assessment:                                                                                               Mentoring Programs*
                                     Lunch and Learn #49                       Practices in the Preclinical Setting*
                                                                               Lunch and Learn #60                     Lunch and Learn #75

*Ticket Required                                                          20
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                        Assessment of GPR Candidates               2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                     5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Gaining Support for Change:             Potomac C                                  Student Learning and Competency      Joint Commission on National
Influencing and Managing Key            Symposium                                  in a Clinical Environment Without    Dental Examinations: Update on
Stakeholders*                           2:00 - 3:00 p.m.                           Discipline-Driven Requirements*      the National Board Dental Hygiene
Lunch and Learn #68                     ADEA Reference Committee                   Chesapeake 2                         Examinations Program
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.                        Meeting on Administrative Affairs          Faculty Development Workshop         National Harbor 11
How to Become an Annual Session         (By invitation only)                       #79                                  8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Proposal Reviewer*                      Potomac 1                                  2:15 - 3:45 p.m.                     ADEA President's Reception and
Lunch and Learn #80                     2:00 - 3:30 p.m.                           How to Teach Evidence-Based          Dance (Open to All Attendees)
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                        New Oral Health Professionals:             Dental Patient Management and        Potomac A-C Lobby
Incorporating User-Friendly Risk        Emerging Workforce Models                  Implementation of Guidelines in
Assessment in a Dental Hygiene          Chesapeake B                               Oral Medicine
                                                                                                                        WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3
Clinic*                                 Symposium                                  Chesapeake 8-9
                                                                                                                        7:00 - 8:00 a.m.
Lunch and Learn #67                     2:00 - 3:30 p.m.                           2:30 - 2:55 p.m.                     ADEA Council of Sections
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                        Progressing Toward Excellence:             Domestic Violence, Dentistry, and    Administrative Board Meeting
Innovations in Clinical Teaching        Assessing the Success of Changes           Theater for Change: Experiential     Fort Washington Boardroom
and Faculty Calibration*                Necessitated by Program Growth             Approaches to Teaching Dental
                                                                                   Students to Identify and Intervene   8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Lunch and Learn #69                     of an International Dental Program                                              ADEA Council of Sections Caucus
                                        National Harbor 2                          in Domestic Violence
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                                                                   National Harbor 13                   National Harbor 6-7
Managing Email, Tasks, Priorities,      2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                           New Idea Session                     8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
and More Using Microsoft Outlook        Implementing EBD in Dental,                                                     Conundrums in Dental Education:
2007*                                   Advanced Dental, and Dental                2:30 - 2:55 p.m.
                                                                                   The Key to Competency-Based          Assessing Contemporary Ethical
Lunch and Learn #70                     Hygiene Education Programs:                                                     Dilemmas
                                        Learning Through Critical Appraisal        Education
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                                                                   Chesapeake 4-5                       National Harbor 13
                                        of Systematic Reviews                                                           Symposium
Minimizing Trial and Error,                                                        New Idea Session
                                        National Harbor 11
Maximizing Positive Outcomes:                                                                                           8:00 a.m. – noon
                                        Symposium                                  3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Presenting a Four-Year Dental                                                                                           ADEAGies/AADR Academic Dental
Practice Management Education           2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                           ADEA PASS Task Force Meeting
                                                                                   National Harbor 15                   Careers Fellowship Program
Model *                                 Strategies Implementing Formative                                               (ADCFP) Fellows and Mentors
Lunch and Learn #71                     Learning in Practice Management            3:00 - 4:00 p.m.                     Training Program
                                        and Professional Development for           Members' Forum: Academic Affairs     National Harbor 14
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
                                        Millennial Dental Students                 Chesapeake H-I
Podcasting and iTunesU:                                                                                                 8:30 - 8:55 a.m.
                                        Chesapeake A
Considerations and Lessons                                                         3:00 - 4:00 p.m.                     Research and Public Health
Learned*                                                                           Members' Forum: Comprehensive        Education Opportunities Using the
Lunch and Learn #72                     2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                           Care and General Dentistry           University of Texas Health Science
                                        Assessment to Integration: Where           Chesapeake K-L                       Center at San Antonio Online
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
                                        is CAMBRA in Your Allied Dental                                                 Patient Screening Website
Protocol for Assessing Curricular                                                  3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
                                        Program Curricula?*                                                             Chesapeake K-L
Change*                                                                            Members' Forum: Implant Dentistry
                                        Potomac 5-6                                                                     New Idea Session
Lunch and Learn #73                                                                National Harbor 8
                                        Faculty Development Workshop
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                        #80                                        4:00 - 5:00 p.m.                     8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
The Spider Chart: An Educational                                                   2009-2010 ADEA Board of              Team-Based Learning: Interactive
                                        2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                                                Learning in the Large Classroom to
Tool for Teaching Dental Students                                                  Directors Meeting
                                        Health Education Through Active                                                 Foster Critical Thinking*
Caries Risk Assessment*                                                            Potomac 1-2
                                        Learning (HEALth) Web Based                                                     Chesapeake B-C
Lunch and Learn #76
                                        Virtual Patient Simulations*               4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                        Faculty Development Workshop
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                        Chesapeake C                               ADEA CAAPID Task Force Meeting
Strategic Clinic Calibration Efforts*   Faculty Development Workshop               Chesapeake 1
Lunch and Learn #74                     #81                                                                             8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
                                                                                   4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                        Using an E-Portfolio to Guide
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                        2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                           ADEA Council of Sections New
                                                                                                                        Student Transfer of Knowledge and
Three-Pronged Course Evaluation*        Natural Teeth: Why They Are                Officer Orientation
                                                                                                                        Assess Learning Outcomes*
Lunch and Learn #78                     Critical in Clinical Simulation*           Chesapeake 6
                                                                                                                        National Harbor 15
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                        Chesapeake E-F                             4:30 - 6:30 p.m.                     Faculty Development Workshop #85
The Undergraduate Urgent Care           Faculty Development Workshop               ADEA/Macy Curriculum Panel
                                        #82                                                                             9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Clinic: Dealing With the Tension                                                   Oversight Meeting
                                                                                                                        ADEA Council of Allied Dental
Between Education and Patient           2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                           National Harbor 15
                                                                                                                        Program Directors Caucus
Care*                                   Portraits of Learning: Creating            5:00 - 6:00 p.m.                     Chesapeake 4-6
Lunch and Learn #77                     E-Portfolios for Assessment*               ADEAGies/AADR Academic Dental
                                        National Harbor 4                                                               9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
1:45 - 3:45 p.m.                                                                   Careers Fellowship Program
                                        Faculty Development Workshop                                                    ADEA Council of Deans Caucus
Structured Interviews in                                                           Reception
                                        #83                                                                             National Harbor 8
                                                                                   Chesapeake 3
                                                                              21                                                           *Ticket Required
9:00 - 11:00 a.m.                  the Dental Curriculum Revisited          10:00 - 11:00 a.m.                    Noon - 1:00 p.m.
ADEA Council of Faculties Caucus   National Harbor 4                        ADEA Council of Sections              Closing Session of the ADEA House
Chesapeake H-I                     Symposium                                Administrative Board Meeting          of Delegates
                                   10:00 - 10:25 a.m.                       Fort Washington Boardroom             Potomac C-D
9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
ADEA Council of Hospitals and      Make It Real: Learning Activities        11:00 a.m. - noon                     1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Advanced Education Programs        Utilized in a Prevention Course          2009-2010ADEA Board of                2010-11 ADEA Board of Directors
Caucus                             to Guide Development of Critical         Directors Meeting                     Meeting
Chesapeake 8-9                     Thinking Skills                          National Harbor 13                    National Harbor 13
                                   National Harbor 5                        11:15 - 11:40 a.m.                    2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
                                   New Idea Session                         Optimizing Student-Patient            ADEA Annual Session Program
ADEA Council of Students,
Residents, and Fellows Caucus      10:00 - 10:25 a.m.                       Assignment: An Approach to Real-      Committee Meeting
Chesapeake D-F                     Use of an Innovative Tool to             Time Tracking                         National Harbor 7
                                   Develop Test Items and Generate a        Chesapeake K-L
9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
                                   Test Blueprint                           New Idea Session
Other Voices: Integration of
                                   Chesapeake K-L
Research and Scholarship Within
                                   New Idea Session

                                                                                                           Gaylord National Hotel & Convention Center

*Ticket Required                                                       22

Faculty Development Workshops                                        • Explore both summative and formative categories of
Faculty Development Workshops (FDWs) provide an                        assessments that support educators in evaluating
active learning environment to learn about more effective              critical thinking skills in classroom and clinical
assessment tools, enhance the scholarship of teaching                  environments.
and learning, investigate new strategies for professional            • Summarize survey results of best practices from a
development, explore change and innovation, develop                    variety of institutions.
new curricular strategies, or develop collaborative research
models. Please note, for these events a fee is assessed with         • Develop or refine assignments using described
registration.                                                          assessment techniques to measure critical thinking
                                                                       within individual programs.
The Art of Assessment: Ensuring Effective Evaluation of              Lorinda L. Coan, Indiana University; Joyce C. Hudson, Ivy Tech
Affective Assessment SoTLfest                                        Community College
Saturday, February 27                                                Assessment to Integration: Where is CAMBRA in Your Allied
9:00 a.m. - Noon                                                     Dental Program Curricula? SoTL fest
National Harbor 4
CE credit: 3                                                         Tuesday, March 2
                                                                     2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Come explore the art of delivering affective assessment              Potomac 5-6
to students. Emphasis is placed on the human element of              CE credit: 3
assessment. Case scenarios, critical thinking strategies, and
purposeful reflection build the educator's ability to provide        A presentation of evidence-based information regarding
effective affective assessment.                                      caries management by risk assessment (CAMBRA).
Learning Objectives:                                                 Learning Objectives:
• Construct effective assessments for unacceptable                   • Summarize CAMBRA through evidence-based
  student performance.                                                 information.
• Describe a successful student assessment.                          • Apply information from sample presentations,
                                                                       competency documents, rubrics, and learning activities
Laura L. MacDonald, Dieter J. Schonwetter, and Getulio                 in assisting with curricula integration.
Nogueira Fihlo, University of Manitoba
                                                                     Michelle Hurlbutt and Brian B. Novy, Loma Linda University;
Assessment of Critical Thinking Skills in Dental and Allied          Deborah J. Horlak, University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni
Dental Curricula SoTL fest                                           School of Dentistry; Debi Gerger, West Coast University
Monday, March 1
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                                     Best Practices for Teaching Online: A Portrait of Assessment
                                                                     and Evaluation of Online Learning SoTL   fest
Potomac 5-6
CE credit: 3                                                         Sunday, February 28
                                                                     1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
The Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) requires               Chesapeake 2-3
dental and allied dental institutions and programs to                CE credit: 3
provide outcome assessments as evidence of compliance
with accreditation standards, including those related to             Assessing students in an online environment produces many
critical thinking. Designing and evaluating assignments              challenges for the educator. Adapting traditional classroom
that measure critical thinking is challenging for didactic           assessments for an online environment can often be difficult
and clinical educators who must implement a variety of               and ineffective.
assessment strategies.                                               Learning Objectives:
Learning Objectives:                                                 • Create effective online assessment tools.

Sessions listed alphabetically                                  24
• Examine assessments and evaluations to determine the               Learning Objectives:
  types appropriate for use.
                                                                     • Describe the theory, principles, and strategy of MI for
• Explore principles, types, and the creation of online                oral health behavior change.
  assessments for measuring desired outcomes.
                                                                     • Explore the process for integrating MI training in dental
Darla McKitrick, Donna P. Warren-Morris, Harold A. Henson,             and dental hygiene curricula.
and Jayne A. McWherter, University of Texas Health Science
                                                                     Karen B. Williams, Delwyn Catley, and Kimberly S. Bray,
Center at Houston
                                                                     University of Missouri-Kansas City
The Big Idea of Small Groups SoTL                                                                    fest
                                                                     Evaluating Educational Tests SoTL
Sunday, February 28
                                                                     Sunday, February 28
1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
                                                                     1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Chesapeake E-F
                                                                     National Harbor 12
CE credit: 3
                                                                     CE credit: 3
Learning Objectives:
                                                                     All educators involved with student learning must have
• Summarize effective small group concepts, including                the ability to evaluate their educational tests. All presented
  interdependence and interactivity, diversity, openness,            information is based on best practice methodology using
  equifinality, and synergy.                                         research-based evidence to support the guidelines. Attendees
                                                                     may share their views and ask questions.
• Equip dental instructors to become better facilitators of
  small group learning within the classroom.                         Learning Objectives:
Small group learning fosters a greater degree of knowledge           • Review methods to evaluate classroom tests and
synthesis, ownership of the learning process, improved                 concentrate on student outcomes rather than process.
decision-making and problem-solving skills, and the
                                                                     • Compare different types of exams and methodologies
opportunity for learners to support and learn from one
                                                                       for test evaluation.
another. Learning through interactive methods allows the
practical application of learned concepts and strategies.            Patrick C. Hardigan, Kathleen P. Hagen, and Stan R. Cohen,
                                                                     Nova Southeastern University
Alexa S. Chilcutt, University of Alabama at Birmingham
                                                                     Health Education Through Active Learning (HEALth) Web-
Bringing Prevention to Life in Dental Education: Portraits                                                fest
                                                                     Based Virtual Patient Simulations SoTL
of Sustainable Behavior Change Through Motivational
Interviewing .SoTLfest                                               Tuesday, March 2
                                                                     2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Monday, March 1
                                                                     Chesapeake C
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
                                                                     CE credit: 3
Chesapeake 2-3
CE credit: 3                                                         The HEALth system was designed by faculty at the University
                                                                     of Michigan in collaboration with leaders around the country.
The dynamics of behavior change are among the most
                                                                     The HEALth system combines the proven learning strategies
rewarding and most frustrating encounters for oral health
                                                                     of problem-based learning, computer-based simulations,
providers. A number of theories and strategies are directed
                                                                     and Web 2.0 techniques and integrates them into existing
at modifying behavior. Motivational interviewing (MI)
                                                                     dental and dental hygiene curricula using a combination of
is a contemporary client-centered counseling style for
                                                                     evidence-based teaching materials and case-based learning
facilitating behavior change through exploring and resolving
                                                                     strategies. The system is available free of charge through
ambivalence. Originally developed in the field of addiction
                                                                     the web to all institutions and helps educators teach the
therapy, MI has been applied in the health professions within
                                                                     complex decision-making skills necessary to care for patients
a growing body of successful behavioral change related to
                                                                     with systemic diseases impacting oral health.
smoking, exercise, weight reduction, diabetes management,
and oral health.                                                     Learning Objectives:

                                                                25                                      Sessions listed alphabetically
• Test a web-based patient case that includes assessment              • Develop a formative assessment using e-portfolios with
  materials and other media to increase the simulated                   step-by-step guidance.
                                                                      • Build and assess student case presentation teams.
• Compose a plan to implement the HEALth simulation
                                                                      Roseanna Graham, Richard M. Lichtenthal, and Laureen A.
  learning system using provided tools.
                                                                      Zubiaurre, Columbia University
Christine P. Klausner, Wendy E Kerschbaum, Amy E. Coplen,
and Lynn A. Johnson, University of Michigan                           Integrating Diverse E-Technology to Create Innovative
                                                                      and Self-directed Learning Across Entry-Level, Degree
Human Patient Simulation: The Ultimate Assessment for                 Completion, and Graduate Dental Hygiene Programs
Medical Emergencies in Dentistry SoTLfest                             SoTLfest
Monday, March 1                                                       Monday, March 1
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                                      2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Chesapeake E-F                                                        National Harbor 4
CE credit: 3                                                          CE credit: 3
Identify what human patient simulation (HPS) is and how it            Successfully incorporating technology into dental hygiene
can help programs effectively assess student preparedness             curricula is challenging. Educational software programs
for medical emergencies in the dental office.                         coupled with faculty expertise have the potential to create
                                                                      strong course content that offers lessons that appeal to a
Learning Objectives:
                                                                      diversity of learning styles and challenge students to think
• Examine effective medical emergency HPS scenarios                   critically. To meet the needs of its distance and millennial
  that challenge student knowledge and have real-world                students, the dental hygiene faculty at one institution
  application for high-risk, low-occurrence emergencies.              revamped their traditional entry-level baccalaureate degree
                                                                      completion and graduate program curricula, incorporating a
• Practice using an assessment tool helps students apply
                                                                      hybrid online format. These new curricula integrate an array
  knowledge and guides faculty in giving effective
                                                                      of distance and electronic learning and teaching software,
                                                                      including Softchalk's Lessonbuilder, Studymate, Media-site,
• Identify the strengths and weakness of simulation.                  QuestionMark, and Second Life.
Lisa A. Bilich, Eastern Washington University; Brenda S. Bray,        Learning Objectives:
Washington State University
                                                                      • Describe ways faculty have integrated these
                                                                        technologies into three programs.
Implementing Innovative Student Assessments During
Predoctoral Clinical Training SoTL                                    • Outline how usage has created student-centered
Saturday, February 27                                                   learning communities, effective student assessment, and
9:00 a.m. - Noon                                                        the creation of a humanistic learning environment.
Chesapeake 7-8                                                        Kathryn E. Battani, MaryAnn T. Schneiderman, Sheryl E. Syme,
CE credit: 3                                                          Jacquelyn L. Fried, and Lisa E. Bress, University of Maryland
This session will focus on the implementation of three
innovative student assessments utilized during predoctoral            Natural Teeth: Why They Are Critical in Clinical Simulation
clinical training. These assessments include an Objective             Tuesday, March 2
Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) to assess student              2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
preparedness for patient care, e-portfolios to assess student         Chesapeake E-F
growth in critical thinking and self-directed learning, and           CE credit: 3
team-based case presentations to assess organization and
                                                                      Speakers will look at three key points of how to integrate
communication skills.
                                                                      natural teeth in preclinical simulations: compare and contrast
Learning Objectives:                                                  student perceptions when using typodont (Ivorene) teeth
• Design OSCE stations to meet assessment goals                       and natural teeth; discuss how to teach and access caries
   through hands-on training.                                         recognition and removal through the four R’s (recognize,
                                                                 27                                      Sessions listed alphabetically
reveal, remove, and reevaluate); and infection control.                     clinical experience. Instead, other methods of evaluation were
                                                                            used to assess student competency, including student clinic
Learning Objectives:
                                                                            attendance, completion of care, outcomes of care, student
• Examine the key elements of why and how to                                portfolios, and a series of seminars including literature
  incorporate natural teeth in the preclinical simulation                   review and case presentations that complement student
  laboratory.                                                               clinical learning.
• Describe the best ways for students to collect and store                  Learning Objectives:
  teeth and OSHA and government regulations on the use
                                                                            • Review the methods and instruments used to evaluate
  of natural teeth.
Kenneth L. Allen, David L. Glotzer, Glenn A. Marrus, T. Salgado,
                                                                            • Analyze the outcomes of such methods as they relate to
and Mark S. Wolff, New York University
                                                                              student learning experience and competency.
Portraits of Learning: Creating E-Portfolios for Assessment                 Vicky Evangelidis-Sakellson, Columbia University
SoTL fest
Tuesday, March 2                                                            Team-Based Learning: Interactive Learning in the Large
                                                                            Classroom to Foster Critical Thinking SoTL
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
National Harbor 4                                                           Wednesday, March 3
CE credit: 3                                                                8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
                                                                            Chesapeake B-C
Focus on how to implement e-portfolios as a web-based tool
                                                                            CE credit: 3
for faculty to assess reflective learning, critical thinking skills,
and competence. Participants will be provided with interactive              Team-based learning (TBL) is an educational strategy
guidelines, templates, assessment rubrics, and examples in                  designed to replace large lecture presentations with active,
order to integrate e-portfolios throughout dental and allied                small group learning activities. For large classes, TBL use
dental curricula.                                                           promotes advanced preparation, teamwork, and high-level
                                                                            problem-solving. For smaller groups such as postdoctoral
Learning Objectives:
                                                                            specialty programs, TBL can transform didactic sessions into
• Design an ideal student e-portfolio and construct a                       an engaging learning experience and offers an excellent
  rubric for an authentic course assignment.                                opportunity for students to apply knowledge and practice
                                                                            critical thinking skills. Using TBL allows instructors to
• Analyze how e-portfolios can assist faculty in assessing
                                                                            continue providing content instruction while shifting focus
  student learning, critical thinking, and core competence.
                                                                            to the thought process in achieving course goals.
Ann O'Kelley Wetmore, Eastern Washington University;
                                                                            Learning Objectives:
Donna P. Warren-Morris, University of Texas Health Science
Center at Houston                                                           • Engage in a team-based learning activity to experience
                                                                              the value of the TBL method.
Student Learning and Competency in a Clinical Environment
                                            fest                            • Review basic components and explore information
Without Discipline-Driven Requirements SoTL
                                                                              technology available.
Tuesday, March 2
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                                            • Formulate a TBL curriculum for their own institutions.
Chesapeake 2                                                                John L. Zimmerman and Boyd F. Richards, Columbia
CE credit: 3                                                                University
The Comprehensive Care Program at Columbia University
College of Dentistry works on the basic principle that the                  Understanding, Creating, and Assessing Podcasting
                                                                            Technology for Dental Education SoTL fest
dental clinic should be committed to serving the patient's
oral health care needs rather than learning material for dental             Saturday, February 27
students. In this environment, discipline-driven requirements               12:45 - 3:45 p.m.
were eliminated from the students’ fourth-year experience,                  National Harbor 4
which currently represents a large component of the overall                 CE credit: 3
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Have you ever wanted to create a podcast but didn't know            Using an E-Portfolio to Guide Student Transfer of
how? View examples of previously created podcasts and with          Knowledge and Assess Learning Outcomes SoTL     fest
a step-by-step guide, develop a framework for creating your         Wednesday, March 3
own brief podcast. Select volunteers will create two-minute         8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
podcasts. These presentations will be viewed by the group           National Harbor 15
and serve as a platform for further evaluation, discussion,         CE credit: 3
and interaction about the process.
                                                                    The e-portfolio can incorporate reflection and provide a
Learning Objectives:                                                bridge from one course to the next throughout the curriculum.
• Explain what the pros and cons of podcasting are for              Students involve reflective activities at the end of each
  dental educators.                                                 course, which is then used as a springboard for discussion
                                                                    at the beginning of the subsequent course. The use of these
• Discover popular podcasting software programs and                 e-portfolio assignments throughout the curriculum provides
  share experiences with podcasting technology.                     the faculty a chance to check in on student learning,
• Analyze how podcasting has been applied and assessed              encourages them to apply that knowledge, and shows how
  at one institution from the perspectives of students,             well courses address the program's competencies.
  faculty, and IT staff.                                            Learning Objectives:
Laura M. Romito and Barbara A. Gushrowski, Indiana                  • Analyze data from one institution’s program using
University                                                            supplied rubrics and grading tools.

Using a Discovery Approach to SoTL: Assessing Your                  • Evaluate portfolio reflections, write feedback, and
Scholarly Efforts                                                     develop reflective questions.
Monday, March 1                                                     • Utilize e-portfolio data as an outcomes assessment tool.
2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
                                                                    Anne E. Gwozdek, Wendy E. Kerschbaum, and Emily
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                                                                    Springfield, University of Michigan
CE credit: 3
Faculty is often challenged with the need to change or              Using the Defining Issues Test in Dental Ethics Education
revise a course, especially when considering the impact             Saturday, February 27
of assessment on learning outcomes. The development or              12:45 - 3:45 p.m.
revision of a course is often done under time constraints           Chesapeake 7-8
that lead to a "let's just get it done" approach, providing
little documentation of scholarly efforts. We will analyze a        Presented by the American Society for Dental Ethics, this
step-by-step process for the scholarly development/revision         session continues the series on teaching and assessment of
of a course using the Boyer-Glassic model of scholarship as         professional ethics.
a guide. This process will provide the type of documentation        Phyllis L. Beemsterboer, Oregon Health and Science University;
that an APT committee will both understand and recognize            Muriel J. Bebeau, University of Minnesota
as a scholarly activity.
Learning Objectives:                                                Writing Evaluation Criteria for Summative and Formative
                                                                    Student Feedback, Faculty Calibration, and Criteria
• Recognize the benefits of a systematic approach to                Validation SoTLfest
  developing or revising a course.
                                                                    Sunday, February 28
• Document the strategies and activities used in the                1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
  development or revision of a course to enhance student            Chesapeake B-C
  learning outcomes.                                                CE credit: 3
Ted D. Pate and Paula O’Neill, University of Texas Health           Intended for faculty responsible for preclinical and clinical
Science Center at Houston                                           courses. Steps for data entry, analysis of the student self-
                                                                    assessment, and class performance will provide insights for
                                                                    future instruction. Attendees are encouraged to bring existing

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evaluation/grading forms from their home institutions and a           • Analyze existing barriers in training students to
laptop computer with Excel.                                             effectively motivate a patient to quit tobacco use.
Learning Objectives:                                                  • Develop effective and customized treatment to enhance
• Explore the critical elements in writing effective criteria           quitting success rates.
  and how they enhance student learning, facilitate                   Jill M. Loewen, University of Detroit Mercy
  grading, direct student performance, confirm critical
  features, guide assessing outcomes, reduce ambiguities,             Assessing an Effective Meeting
  and contribute to faculty calibration.                              Monday, March 1
• Summarize an efficient and effective method for using               12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
  criteria that facilitate both faculty assessment and                CE credit: 1
  student self-assessment.                                            Tuesday, March 2
• Prepare an Excel worksheet for assessment by                        12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
  entering data, rendering a meaningful grade,                        CE credit: 1
  interpreting the student's self-assessment, factoring the
  grade, and analyzing class performance.                             Like it or not, meetings comprise a significant amount of
                                                                      valuable time. Assessment of meeting effectiveness is a
Charles Janus, Virginia Commonwealth University; G. William           valuable exercise for anyone wishing to tap into the full
Knight, University of Illinois at Chicago                             potential of institutional resources.
                                                                      Learning Objectives:
Lunch & Learns
A Lunch & Learn is a small-group discussion over lunch for as         • Review tips for minimizing the amount of time spent in
many as nine participants to examine a critical issue facing            meetings.
the dental education community. Please note, for these                • Give examples of maximizing the benefits of meetings.
events a fee is assessed with registration. The fee includes a
boxed lunch. Lunches are obtained in this area by presenting          • Identify ways to make meetings more effective and
the ticket you received at registration.                                significant.

All Lunch & Learns take place in Prince George's Exhibit Hall         Melanie R. Peterson, University of Louisville
D-E. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of the Lunch &
Learn session to obtain your lunch.                                   Assessment of Learning Outcomes Using Audience
                                                                      Response Systems in Small Group Settings
Please note several sessions occur more than once.
                                                                      Monday, March 1
Approaches to Teaching and Assessing Competency in                    12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Treating Tobacco Dependency: Put the Learning Into                    CE credit: 1
Practice SoTLfest                                                     Tuesday, March 2
Monday, March 1                                                       12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                     CE credit: 1
CE credit: 1                                                          There has been a great deal of interest in the use of Audience
Tuesday, March 2                                                      Response Systems (ARS) in higher education. These devices
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                     allow the student to interact with the facilitator or teacher
CE credit: 1                                                          in novel ways. ARS devices were incorporated into various
                                                                      graduate seminars of a graduate periodontology program.
Tobacco intervention must be viewed as an integral part               Feedback from residents indicated they liked the use of
of quality dental care. Proper application of suggested               clickers and felt they contributed positively to their educational
approaches can help students in treating tobacco dependency           experience. An annotated bibliography, product information,
through valuable and authentic assessment.                            and tips for using and purchasing the technology will be
Learning Objectives:                                                  provided.
                                                                      Learning Objectives:
Sessions listed alphabetically                                   30
• Demonstrate understanding of ARS through on-site use                12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
  of technology.                                                      CE credit: 1
• Assess ARS application methods at home institution.                 Presenters will focus on leadership qualities inherent to
                                                                      many women and provide instruction and guidance on how
• Analyze feedback regarding ARS usage in graduate
                                                                      to maximize their potential.
                                                                      Learning Objectives:
Mark V. Thomas, University of Kentucky
                                                                      • Identifying personal leadership qualities.
Best Practices for Implementation and Assessment of
                                                                      • Assess leadership potential.
Critical Thinking Strategies in Dental and Allied Dental
Curricula SoTL  fest                                                  • Evaluate various methods to achieve maximum results.
Monday, March 1                                                       Canise Y. Bean, The Ohio State University
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
CE credit: 1                                                          Changing the Way We Look at Indigent Care: One Dental
Tuesday, March 2                                                      School's Collaborative Approach
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                     Monday, March 1
CE credit: 1                                                          12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
                                                                      CE credit: 1
Assessment is essential in dental and allied dental education.
The Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) requires                Tuesday, March 2
dental and allied dental institutions and programs to                 12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
provide outcome assessments as evidence of compliance                 CE credit: 1
with accreditation standards, including those related to              Discover one dental school's unique approach to treating low-
critical thinking. Designing and evaluating assignments               income patients by collaborating with other organizations
that measure critical thinking is challenging for didactic            and pooling resources to achieve exceptional results. See how
and clinical educators who must implement a variety of                this approach can provide students with a unique learning
assessment strategies.                                                experience while enhancing the school's public perception
Learning Objectives:                                                  with other organizations that share a similar commitment to
                                                                      oral health.
• Explore both summative and formative categories of
  assessments that support educators in evaluating                    Learning Objectives:
  critical thinking skills in classroom and clinical                  • Evaluate resource potential with local organizations
                                                                      • Construct a unique learning experience for students
• Summarize survey results of best practices from a                     through collaboration with other organizations.
  variety of institutions.
                                                                      Paula Garriott, Rick B. Thiriot, Anthony Bunnell, Michelle Sapp,
• Develop or refine assignments using described                       and Annette Lincicome, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  assessment techniques to measure critical thinking
  within individual programs.                                         Characteristics of and Operational Strategies for the Well-
Lorinda L. Coan, Indiana University; Joyce C. Hudson, Ivy Tech        Adjusted Leader
Community College                                                     Monday, March 1
                                                                      12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Call for Women in Dental Education (WIDE): Identify Your              CE credit: 1
Strengths and Lead Your Section to Be Its Best
                                                                      Tuesday, March 2
Monday, March 1                                                       12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                     CE credit: 1
CE credit: 1
                                                                      A discussion on how well-adjusted leaders enable staff
Tuesday, March 2                                                      and faculty to provide optimal educational experiences for

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students, and how self-assessment and action strategies can          12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
facilitate leaders who wish to improve their effectiveness.          CE credit: 1
Learning Objectives:                                                 Tuesday, March 2
                                                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
• Describe qualities of a well-adjusted leader.
                                                                     CE credit: 1
• Define an optimal educational experience for students
                                                                     Accurate and complete communication between the
  using self-assessment strategies.
                                                                     predoctoral student and the in-house or outsourced
• Evaluate current effectiveness and methods for                     laboratory is essential. With the quick advancement of new
  improvement.                                                       technologies, few educational institutions have in-house
Kevin B. Frazier, Medical College of Georgia
                                                                     Learning Objectives:
A Collaborative Approach to Assessment of Dental                     • Analyze a two-year fact-finding mission and a national
Practice Risk Management Concepts Using Active Learning                 survey of American and Canadian dental schools.
                                                                     • Summarize the current state of communication between
Monday, March 1                                                        predoctoral students and outsourced dental
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                      laboratories.
CE credit: 1
                                                                     Donnie G. Poe, University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni
Tuesday, March 2                                                     School of Dentistry
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
CE credit: 1                                                         Comprehensive Charting Legend for All Initial Diagnoses
Explore a collaborative initiative through demonstration of a        Monday, March 1
method for assessment of dental risk management concepts             12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
for students. Today’s dental students are primarily from the         CE credit: 1
millennial generation, preferring a learner-centered, active,
                                                                     Tuesday, March 2
and dynamic learning environment. The use of pre- and post-
                                                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
tests is one method for comparing and assessing baseline
                                                                     CE credit: 1
information to acquired knowledge. This technology meets
the needs of the millennials by providing an active learning         This basic, all-inclusive, color-coded guide to treatment
environment for assessment of new concepts with immediate            assists students and beginning clinicians in the learning
feedback for students.                                               process. It increases teaching effectiveness using a thorough
Learning Objectives:                                                 accounting method to record in detail a patient's mouth.

• Appraise critical risk management concepts for                     Learning Objectives:
  beginning students.                                                • Summarize a charting guide for beginning students and
• Use existing online dental risk management assessment
  tests and “clickers” to demonstrate a model of pre- and            • Construct possible teaching methods incorporating the
  post-testing.                                                        charting guide.
• Explain web-based modules with accessible assessment               D. Timothy Culotta, New York University
                                                                     Creating the Future for Your Dental School Through
Katherine F. Schrubbe, Marquette University; Michael R.              Strategic Planning and Assessment
Ragan, Fortress Insurance Company                                    Monday, March 1
                                                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Communication Between Predoctoral Dental Students and
                                                                     CE credit: 1
the Outsourced Dental Laboratory
Monday, March 1

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Tuesday, March 2                                                     Effective Meetings: How to Make Meetings "Work"
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                    Monday, March 1
CE credit: 1                                                         12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
A model for creating the future of a dental school will              CE credit: 1
be presented, using strategic planning and assessment.               Tuesday, March 2
Templates for implementation plans and progress reports as           12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
well as a rating system will be shared with all participants.        CE credit: 1
Learning Objectives:                                                 Successful meetings are contingent upon the leader's
• Discover how to monitor progress using an                          planning and organizational strategies. When building
  implementation plan for each strategic plan objective.             a team or inheriting leadership of an existing group, it is
                                                                     important the leader appreciates the differences among
• Incorporate the benefits of the objective leader, required         team members in the way they prefer to think, perform,
  activities, assessment methods to be used, and                     synthesize information, or relate to others. Team consensus
  assessment targets in future planning.                             can result in greater team satisfaction with decisions and
Ann L. McCann and Robert J. Hinton, Baylor College of                increased commitment to the implementation of programs
Dentistry                                                            and initiatives.
                                                                     Learning Objectives:
Developing and Enhancing Student Mentoring Programs
SoTLfest                                                             • Describe methods for building team consensus.
Monday, March 1                                                      • Formulate strategies for planning a meeting, improving
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                                                       communication, staying on task, and dealing with
CE credit: 1                                                           difficult team members.
Tuesday, March 2                                                     Lavern J. Holyfield, Baylor College of Dentistry
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
CE credit: 1                                                         Evolution of the Rubric: Best Practices in the Preclinical
                                                                     Setting SoTL fest
Stress in dental schools is well documented in literature.
Support systems such as student mentoring programs have              Monday, March 1
been put in place to help students cope with their stress and        12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
manage the demands of their dental education. Mentoring              CE credit: 1
programs may be formal and arranged by the school or                 Tuesday, March 2
informal and organized by students.                                  12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Learning Objectives:                                                 CE credit: 1
• Assess mentoring programs through student evaluations              The preclinical setting is when the foundation of a student's
  of experiences as mentees and mentors.                             clinical practice is formed, learning the criteria for clinically
                                                                     acceptable performance through the application of
• Describe benefits and challenges faced and formulate               assessment criteria to their laboratory exercises. In addition,
  recommendations for enhancing a dental school                      the rubric guides instructors toward providing objective and
  mentoring program.                                                 consistent feedback. Using rubrics as a form of preclinical
• Identify important elements and characteristics of a               assessment is a cyclical process that involves development,
  successful mentoring program.                                      application, review, and refinement. Evolution of the rubric
                                                                     is essential in practicing the scholarship of teaching and
Naty Lopez, Sara N. Johnson, and Nicki Black, University of          learning.
                                                                     Learning Objectives:
                                                                     • Identify how the rubric guides student learning and self-

Sessions listed alphabetically                                  34
• Appraise the creation of rubrics that are simple and              procedures, processes, services, or policies. To implement
  practical, providing enough details to guide teaching             such change it is crucial to build consensus and achieve
  and learning.                                                     buy-in from decision-makers. These key stakeholders who
                                                                    can provide support or opposition can be found at the
• Assess examples of rubrics from two courses, along with
                                                                    department, school, university, or state levels, depending on
  fundamental rubric development theories.
                                                                    the magnitude of the proposed change.
Cecilia Dong, Randall D. Mazurat, and Dieter J. Schonwetter,
                                                                    Learning Objectives:
University of Manitoba
                                                                    • Describe ways to develop a strategic plan.
Facilitating the Success of the People You Lead
                                                                    • Identify key stakeholders for influence and support.
Monday, March 1
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                   • Propose solutions to possible roadblocks to change.
CE credit: 1                                                        Dominique M. Galli and Joan E. Kowolik, Indiana University
Tuesday, March 2
                                                                    Gaming: Encourage Learning During Examination SoTL
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
CE credit: 1                                                        Monday, March 1
                                                                    12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
It has been said that the key to successful organizational
                                                                    CE credit: 1
management is to "hire the best people and get out of the
way." An effective leader must foster individual autonomy           Tuesday, March 2
and avoid micromanagement, while a passive, laissez-faire           12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
management approach can inhibit the ability of faculty and          CE credit: 1
staff to achieve full potential. Competent leaders in dental
                                                                    Use games to relieve stress and reinforce the learning process
education recognize that, in order for their team to thrive,
                                                                    in a safe environment. Participants will be introduced to
they must not merely "get out of the way" but also "point
                                                                    gaming as an assessment tool and gain tools and tips on
the way" and then "clear the way," setting the stage for
                                                                    how to develop such games, including a toolkit of resources
individual productivity and growth.
                                                                    on teaching with games.
Learning Objectives:
                                                                    Learning Objectives:
• Identify the qualities of an effective leader.
                                                                    • Compare various game options for student assessment.
• Explore traditional and innovative strategies for
                                                                    • Summarize gaming as a tool of innovative assessment.
  facilitating the success of the people you lead.
                                                                    • Understand how to utilize games for assessment
• Discover principles of effective team management and
                                                                      purposes in the classroom.
                                                                    • Engage in a hands-on opportunity to introduce games
David C. Holmes, University of Iowa
                                                                      in classroom assessment.
Gaining Support for Change: Influencing and Managing Key            Sylvia M. Todescan, Wellington J. Rody, and Dieter J.
Stakeholders                                                        Schonwetter, University of Manitoba
Monday, March 1
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                                                    How to Assess Student Performance in the Detection of
                                                                    Hidden Risks in Medically Complex Patients SoTLfest
CE credit: 1
                                                                    Monday, March 1
Tuesday, March 2
                                                                    12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
                                                                    CE credit: 1
CE credit: 1
                                                                    Tuesday, March 2
Administrators and faculty in leadership positions often
                                                                    12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
become advocates for change.
                                                                    CE credit: 1
They may spearhead efforts that challenge existing
                                                               35                                      Sessions listed alphabetically
As dental patients become increasingly medically complex             how to submit proposals for educational programming for
and medical technology advances at high speed, many                  the 2011 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition.
medical conditions and treatment modalities become
                                                                     Presented by the ADEA Annual Session Program Committee
relevant to dental treatment. A large component of patient
                                                                     (ADEA ASPC)
management is allocated to identifying risks so that dental
procedures can be rendered safely and efficiently. Strategies                                        fest
                                                                     How to Submit to MedEdPORTAL SoTL
have been effectively developed in one institution by using
specially designed health questionnaires and medical                 Monday, March 1
consultation forms to identify current risk factors.                 12:15 - 1:15 p.m.

Learning Objectives:                                                 Tuesday, March 2
                                                                     12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
• Examine some developed methods for assessing student
  performance.                                                       Learn how to submit educational resources to MedEdPORTAL,
                                                                     the free online publishing portal that supports educators and
• Assess student competence in providing care to                     learners as they create and use online teaching materials,
  medically complex dental patients using presented                  assessment tools, and faculty development resources.
                                                                     Sue Sandmeyer, ADEA; Nadeem Y. Karimbux, Harvard School
• Analyze effective strategies to identify risk factors.             of Dental Medicine
Shin-Mey R. Geist and Nahid Kashani, University of Detroit
Mercy                                                                “How’m I doin’?” Using 360-degree Evaluations to Improve
                                                                     Faculty Performance SoTL
How to Become an Annual Session Proposal Reviewer                    Tuesday, March 2
Monday, March 1                                                      12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.                                                     CE credit: 1

Tuesday, March 2                                                     Former mayor Ed Koch of New York City was famous for asking
1:30 – 2:30 p.m.                                                     his constituents about his performance with his catchphrase,
                                                                     “How’m I doin?” In the corporate world, 360-degree
Do you want to participate in making the best 2011 ADEA              feedback from multiple sources is used to assist employees
Annual Session & Exhibition ever? Attend this interactive            in understanding personal strengths and weaknesses and to
and informative program to learn how to be a reviewer for            offer insight into areas needing professional development.
at the next ADEA Annual Session. Reviewers are needed for
all session formats and content areas. Come learn how to be          Learning Objectives:
a part of the fun and scholarship as we prepare for another          • Review the merits of 360-degree feedback and its
fantastic professional development event!                              applicability to dental academia.
Presented by the ADEA Annual Session Program Committee               • Analyze the pros and cons of this method of faculty
(ADEA ASPC)                                                            evaluation.

How to Submit a Proposal for the 2011 ADEA Annual                    • Appraise the instruments used by one institution.
Session & Exhibition                                                 Maureen McAndrew and Ivy D. Peltz, New York University
Monday, March 1
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                    Incorporating User-Friendly Risk Assessment in a Dental
                                                                     Hygiene Clinic
Tuesday, March 2
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                    Monday, March 1
                                                                     1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
The 2011 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition will bring                 CE credit: 1
together individuals across the health profession to explore
how to learn and teach together for better patient health.           Tuesday, March 2
Attend this interactive and informative program to learn             1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
                                                                     CE credit: 1

Sessions listed alphabetically                                  36
Risk assessment is a key element in comprehensive preventive            Managing Email, Tasks, Priorities, and More Using Microsoft
dental treatment, providing information that influences an              Outlook 2007
individual's susceptibility for onset and progression of dental         Monday, March 1
diseases by guiding treatment and home care strategies. A               1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
user-friendly assessment tool was created that encompasses              CE credit: 1
current and potential restorative, periodontal, and oral
pathology risks. One purpose of this risk assessment tool               Tuesday, March 2
was to complete the form chairside with the patient, thus               1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
making the individual an active learner.                                CE credit: 1

Learning Objectives:                                                    Dental educators are often asked to do more with less time. In
                                                                        addition to managing multiple tasks, projects, and deadlines,
• Apply a multifaceted risk assessment tool that is                     educators are also faced with relentless email on a daily
  comprehensive and practical to complete using                         basis. Maintaining an organized email inbox and using the
  action steps to guide the student through treatment                   email program to manage the rest of the day's workload can
  and preventive actions.                                               be a challenge to many.
• Analyze how one institution guided students and                       Learning Objectives:
  patients through a convenient and thorough risk
  assessment that has been useful in the comprehensive                  • Apply methods for using tools and techniques with
  treatment of dental hygiene patients.                                   Microsoft Outlook 2007 to control email.

Wendy J. Moore and Michele P. Carr, The Ohio State                      • Devise other methods to be more organized and
University                                                                effective at work.
                                                                        Michelle A. Robinson, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Innovations in Clinical Teaching and Faculty Calibration
Monday, March 1                                                         Minimizing Trial and Error, Maximizing Positive Outcomes:
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                                                        Presenting a Four-Year Dental Practice Management
CE credit: 1                                                            Education Model SoTL  fest

Tuesday, March 2                                                        Monday, March 1
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                                                        1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
CE credit: 1                                                            CE credit: 1

Clinical teaching is a significant part of dental hygiene               Tuesday, March 2
curricula. However, dental hygiene programs become                      1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
comfortable with their current preclinical and clinical teaching        CE credit: 1
practices and the need for change is often overlooked. As               Dental students, residents, and dentists need to be equipped
our classrooms and clinics are being filled with millennial             with appropriate financial, management, and practice tools
students, we must create innovative ways of clinical teaching           to be successful throughout their professional careers. The
and evaluation. Inconsistent clinical evaluations among                 principles of dental practice management (DPM) continue
faculty have been an issue in dental hygiene education for              to be one of the least-covered topics in dental education.
years and can negatively affect student performance.                    Overcrowded curricula and limited resources do not allow
Learning Objectives:                                                    comprehensive presentation of this information in a
                                                                        continuum that benefits students. Consequently, graduates
• Appraise the increased validity in clinical teaching and              often learn through trial and error with unanticipated
  improved student learning outcomes through innovative                 outcomes of practice inefficiency, lost revenue, and patient
  teaching and evaluation.                                              and staff dissatisfaction. The need for expanding DPM
• Describe how faculty calibration can assist in resolving              education is documented. Tested models indicate that dental
  student/faculty conflicts and improving faculty teaching              students and most practicing professionals benefit from real-
  and evaluation.                                                       time sources of information and "best practice" business
                                                                        models to enhance their practice productivity.
Eleta J. Reed-Morgan, University of Tennessee

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Learning Objectives:                                                    • Identify established instruments and educational
                                                                          outcomes employed in one institution's protocol for
• Summarize an innovative educational model (including
                                                                          assessing curricular.
  a comprehensive platform of modules) and an online
  learning environment to enhance practice success.                     B. Ellen Byrne and Sharon K. Lanning, Virginia Commonwealth
• Define appropriate practice management tools for
  students and practitioners.
                                                                        The Spider Chart: An Educational Tool for Teaching Dental
• Evaluate the principles of DPM and how it benefits                    Students Caries Risk Assessment
  students.                                                             Monday, March 1
Hubert Benitez and Ernest Cholakis, University of Manitoba              1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
                                                                        CE credit: 1
Podcasting and iTunesU: Considerations and Lessons                      Tuesday, March 2
Learned                                                                 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 2                                                        CE credit: 1
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
                                                                        Teaching and reinforcing caries risk assessment (CRA) in
CE credit: 1
                                                                        dental education enhances student understanding of the
With the rise in popularity of small audio recording devices and        oral disease process, treatment planning modalities based
mp3 players, "lecture capture" has become a commonplace                 on patient needs, and patient risk management.
practice and fits with the learning styles of our students.
                                                                        Learning Objectives:
Learning Objectives:
                                                                        • Assess a newly developed CRA Spider Chart as an
• Identify advantages of podcasting and iTunesU.                          educational tool for dental students.
• Analyze lessons learned through this new learning style.              • Demonstrate how the CRA Spider Chart helps students
                                                                          organize their clinical findings and correlate them to
• Evaluate student and faculty assessments of new
                                                                          patient caries risk.
                                                                        • Discover how to facilitate faculty/student and student/
Elise S. Eisenberg, New York University
                                                                          patient discussions on risk assessment, management,
Protocol for Assessing Curricular Change                                  follow-up, and effectiveness of treatment plan
Monday, March 1
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                                                        Negar M. Nasseripour and Frederick O. Hains, Boston
CE credit: 1                                                            University; George L. Keleher, Harvard School of Dental
Tuesday, March 2                                                        Medicine
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                                                                                                fest
CE credit: 1                                                            Strategic Clinic Calibration Efforts SoTL
                                                                        Monday, March 1
Have curricular changes resulted in a new curriculum better             1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
than the old? How do you know? What do you measure?                     CE credit: 1
When do you measure it?
                                                                        Tuesday, March 2
Learning Objectives:                                                    1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
• Analyze protocols implemented, data gathered, and                     CE credit: 1
  strategies used in curricular changes.
                                                                        One of the reoccurring challenges in dental education is
• Quantify perceived strengths and weaknesses                           calibration of clinical faculty. Dental, dental hygiene, and
  of the learning environment, the quality of teacher-                  dental assisting faculty strive throughout the year to calibrate
  student relationships, and the meaningfulness of clinical             assessments and evaluations with detailed feedback.
  experiences.                                                          Facilitators will present a summary of their own calibration

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experiences. Participants will be invited to share their own           most programs use a form of assessment based on student
calibration efforts.                                                   evaluations and performance on national boards. However,
                                                                       current dental education literature suggests that a truly
Learning Objectives:
                                                                       comprehensive assessment needs to employ a variety of
• Construct an individualized flow chart of a clinical                 evaluation strategies.
  calibration process, reflecting vital components of a
                                                                       Learning Objectives:
  calibration session.
                                                                       • Explain how one dental school developed a plan
• Identify possible barriers to the success of calibration
                                                                         for ongoing comprehensive assessment of teaching
• Recommend potential avenues to overcome potential
                                                                       • Appraise a three-pronged assessment of courses
  barriers through group analysis.
                                                                         through student, peer, and instructional soundness
Susan M. Bauchmoyer and Joan C. Gibson-Howell, The Ohio                  evaluations.
State University
                                                                       Heiko Spallek and Jean A. O'Donnell, University of
                                               fest                    Pittsburgh
10 Ways to Assess and Enhance Your Lectures SoTL
Monday, March 1                                                        The Undergraduate Urgent Care Clinic: Dealing With the
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                      Tension Between Education and Patient Care
CE credit: 1
                                                                       Monday, March 1
Tuesday, March 2                                                       1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.                                                      CE credit: 1
CE credit: 1
                                                                       Tuesday, March 2
While educators strive to incorporate active learning                  1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
experiences for their students, many still find themselves             CE credit: 1
lecturing to students on a frequent basis. Discuss 10 ways to
                                                                       A presentation of the protocol, written templates, and
assess and enhance lectures without expensive technology.
                                                                       experiences in the Urgent Care Clinic at the New York
Learning Objectives:                                                   University (NYU) College of Dentistry.
• Compare various lecture methods that do not use costly               Learning Objectives:
                                                                       • Review how NYU provided efficient and high-quality
• Describe several enhancements than can be                              care for urgent care patients.
  implemented immediately in current lectures.
                                                                       • Identify elements of the Urgent Care Clinic that provide
• Identify key elements of successful active learning                    a valuable educational experience for students.
                                                                       Stanley N. Turetzky, New York University
Rachel Henry, The Ohio State University

                                                                       Presidential Symposia
Three-Pronged Course Evaluation SoTL
                                                                       These symposia speakers have been invited by the ADEA
Monday, March 1                                                        President to discuss topics related to the 2010 ADEA Annual
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                                                       Session & Exhibition theme, “Assessment: Portraits of
CE credit: 1                                                           Change.”
Tuesday, March 2
1:30 - 2:30 p.m.                                                       Answer, Hope, and Move On: What is Wrong With Student
CE credit: 1                                                           Assessment
                                                                       Tuesday, March 2
Because schools are responsible for monitoring the
                                                                       10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
implementation of their curricula through comprehensive
                                                                       National Harbor 11
analysis of teaching effectiveness of all educational activity,
                                                                       CE credit: 2
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A student's response to finals? "Answer, hope, move                    Changing Institutional Culture Through Planning and
on; I've got a lot more to cram before the next test." At              Assessment SoTL   fest
their worst, assessments are seen by students as a barrier             Sunday, February 28
to advancement and used by faculty as a perfunctory rite               10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
of passage at the end of a course of instruction. Making               National Harbor 10
assessments more meaningful is to appreciate what they are             CE credit: 2
not; they are not predictive of future performance, they do
not add joy to the process of discovery, and they are not a            First, gain an understanding of the theoretical framework
dynamic that strengthens the collegial bond among students             for culture change and the factors that influence it,
or between students and faculty. One may ask, then, what is            particularly planning and assessment. Institutional culture
the purpose of assessing students?                                     is a pattern of shared assumptions, beliefs, values, and
                                                                       behaviors that members have about their organization
At their best, assessments are multidimensional, formative,            and its work. This culture is taught to new members of
integrated to the learning environment, consistent with student        the organization as the correct way to think and behave.
expectations, and reflect programmatic and institutional               When institutions implement strategies to change what
values. Classic literature in education summarizes four basic          members think and value, the culture can be changed.
purposes to assessments: (1) to determine if students are
learning what is expected of them; (2) to motivate and direct          Planning and assessment, two sides of the same effectiveness-
student learning; (3) to provide feedback on instructional             improvement process, play a vital role in changing thinking. A
effectiveness; and (4) to reinforce desired learning outcomes.         master plan is needed that includes strategies for influencing
Newer educational theory adds that for the full value of               change, such as defining the vision or identifying what new
assessments to be realized, learning should occur before,              skills people need to be taught. Assessment is needed to
during, and as a result of the assessment process. How is              collect evidence of progress, so that change is visible to
this goal realized?                                                    institutional members. An institution that constantly reflects
In education, we talk about the need for students to take              on its performance by collecting evidence of effectiveness
responsibility for their own learning. The first step in that          and using the information to direct improvement activities
process is for students to assess their behavior. The type             is a learning organization. Evidence of being a learning
of assessment most conducive to shared educational                     organization is central to the accreditation self-study process.
responsibility and most aligned with reflective learning
is self-assessment. The purpose of this symposium is to                After describing the theoretical framework, four different case
outline research findings that show the positive influence             studies will be presented that demonstrate the influence of
of self-assessment on learning outcomes among dental                   planning and assessment on culture change at two different
students and review data that show improving student skill             dental schools. A recruitment director will describe how
in self-assessment is a predictor of improved examination              the proportion of underrepresented minority students was
performance.                                                           greatly increased at her institution by changing how applicant
                                                                       qualifications were assessed. A pediatric dentistry chair will
Learning Objectives:                                                   relate her planning efforts to instill a sense of responsibility in
• Describe the rationale for the use of self-assessment                dental students for the oral care of underserved populations.
  as a way to improve learning outcomes among dental                   An assessment director will describe how the identification
  students.                                                            of student preferences for e-teaching and learning impacted
                                                                       strategic planning. Finally, a second assessment director will
Speakers: Donald A. Curtis, University of California, San              describe how a curriculum management plan and associated
Francisco; Charles N. Bertolami, New York University; Samuel           assessment efforts resulted in curricular changes.
L. Lind, St. Mary’s College of California; Rita R. Parma,
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio               Learning Objectives:
Reactors: Gwen Essex, University of California, San Francisco;         • Explain institutional culture and how to change it.
Kevin M. Gureckis, University of Texas Health Science Center           • Describe the role of planning and assessment in
at San Antonio; Christina Tran, University of California, San            changing institutional culture.
                                                                       • Evaluate the role that planning and assessment played
                                                                         in changing dental school cultures in four case studies.
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Speakers: Ann L. McCann, Baylor College of Dentistry; Lorraine           Paula O’Neill, University of Texas Health Science Center at
C. Lewis, Commission on Dental Accreditation; Barbara H.                 Houston
Miller and N. Sue Seale, Baylor College of Dentistry; Kathi R.
                                                                         Reactors: John W. Killip, University of Missouri-Kansas City;
Shepherd, University of Detroit Mercy
                                                                         Nader Nadershahi, University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni
                                                                         School of Dentistry
Using Faculty Assessment to Foster the Scholarship of
Teaching and Learning SoTL fest
Monday, March 1
10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.                                                  ADEA Commission on Change and Innovation in Dental
National Harbor 3                                                        Education (ADEA CCI) Special Open Session: Leading
CE credit: 2                                                             Change and Innovation
In dental education in recent years, the Scholarship of                  Monday, March 1
Teaching and Learning has received attention and support.                4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
The current focus is on how to effectively assess its educational        Potomac C-D
contributions. Two major challenges exist: What data should              CE credit: 1.5
be collected to provide evidence of the contribution, and
                                                                         Creating change and innovative practices takes visionary
who should complete the evaluation? .Administrators and
                                                                         leadership at all levels: administration, faculty, and students.
appointment, promotion, and tenure committees look for
                                                                         Although challenges are always present, strategic leadership
documentation of educational scholarship that allows them
                                                                         has proven effective in fostering an environment that supports
to determine the contribution’s impact on the teaching
                                                                         change and innovation. The results and lessons learned are
and learning environment. Formative and summative
                                                                         instructive for all interested in being leaders of change in
assessment from students and peers are integral parts of the
                                                                         their own environment.
documentation of the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Explore how faculty members can document excellence in                   Learning Objectives:
their teaching and learning activities.
                                                                         • Examine the process and progress needed o achieve
This session will feature four short presentations on various              major dental education curriculum changes.
aspects of assessment and impact to foster the scholarship of
                                                                         • Assess ways to foster change and innovation from the
teaching and learning. Benefits and barriers will be outlined.
                                                                           perspective of a university leader.
The presentations will be followed by comments from two
reactors.                                                                • Describe three major priorities of one university system
                                                                           and the ongoing process to achieve success.
Learning Objectives:
                                                                         Ronald J. Hunt, Virginia Commonwealth University; William
• Describe the rationale for the inclusion of assessment to
                                                                         E. Kirwan, University System of Maryland
  foster the scholarship of teaching and learning.
• Identify strategies to evaluate educational scholarship,               ADEA Commission on Change and Innovation in Dental
  highlighting self-reflection and the peer review process.              Education (ADEA CCI) Symposium: Institutional Assessment
                                                                         Building and Sustaining School Capacities
• Describe how teaching/education portfolios can be used
  to summatively assess faculty work.                                    Monday, March 1
                                                                         10:30 a.m. - noon
• Describe the benefits of publishing scholarly work in                  Potomac 1-2
  teaching and learning through national venues such as
  MedEdPORTAL.                                                           The academic environment of deans, program administrators,
                                                                         and faculty is embedded in the notion of change and
• Review strategies for educating department chairs,                     progress. They are routinely engaged in coping with
  promotion and tenure committees, and deans about                       change needed to keep dental schools viable and robust—
  evaluating and rewarding the scholarship of teaching                   ongoing decision-making and action planning regarding
  and learning.                                                          effectiveness, efficiency, economy, performance, impact,
Presenters: Janet Hafler, Yale School of Medicine; Cynthia               quality, and competitive advantage. The national and global
C. Gadbury-Amyot, University of Missouri at Kansas City;                 environment continues to present new challenges that
Nadeem Y. Karimbux, Harvard School of Dental Medicine;
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impact schools. Administrator and faculty awareness of the           Learning Objectives:
fast-moving environment in which they work makes them
                                                                     • Explore efforts to recruit, retain, and develop
susceptible to claims that what they’ve been doing may
                                                                       underrepresented minority/low-income (URM/LI) faculty
no longer be adequate; maybe they need to do something
                                                                       for careers in dental education.
differently to shape dental education. Such talk of needed
shifts, innovations, and improvements, coupled with new              • Analyze lessons learned and outcomes from surveys
tools from other disciplines, predisposes them to advance              conducted at these grantee institutions.
ideas and schoolwide initiatives. To know that this activity         Marilyn W. Woolfolk, University of Michigan; Bryan William;
will result in meaningful change requires schools to embed           Dennis A. Mitchell, Columbia University; Dr. Joseph F. West,
and sustain adequate practices for institutional assessment.         Westwell Group
When administrators and faculty propose initiatives, the risk
and resources are usually significant. Assessing comparative         The Changing Face of HIV: Assessment of Dental Programs
evidence at hand is essential before moving forward.                 to Improve Educational Opportunities While Expanding the
Learning Objectives:                                                 Dental Safety Net
• Explain historical perspectives on how institutional               Sunday, February 28
  effectiveness and institutional assessment have been               2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
  defined and debated in dental education, from the 1960s            National Harbor 1
  to the present.                                                    CE credit: 2

• Describe how this understanding has been translated                The number of patients living with HIV continues to increase.
  into accreditation standards and evolved into schoolwide           Dental programs have discovered innovative ways to expand
  practices.                                                         the dental safety net for this vulnerable population with
                                                                     funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human
• Analyze practical issues with building and sustaining              Services Ryan White Care Act (RWCA) HIV/AIDS Program.
  institutional assessment.
                                                                     Learning Objectives:
• Give concrete examples of metrics that can be included
  in institutional dashboards.                                       • Justify how vigorous assessment at the local, state, and
                                                                       national levels has allowed these programs to be
• Identify the implications for state and private schools              responsive to many and varied challenges.
   regarding use and sustainability, enablers and barriers,
   accreditation and compliance, diversity, and opportunities        • Discover how program responses have resulted in
   for cross-school collaboration.                                     expanded educational opportunities for dental students,
                                                                       residents, faculty, and non-dental health care providers.
Deborah M. Fournier, Boston University; Dominick P. DePaola,
Nova Southeastern University; Allan J. Formicola, Columbia           • Explain how RWCA programs serve as templates for
University; Marsha A. Pyle, University of Missouri-Kansas              successful community collaborative projects through
City; Dawn G. Terkla; Lisa A. Tedesco, Emory University; Marc          built-in work plan and assessment modules.
A. Nivet, Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation                                Mahyar Mofidi, U.S. Public Health Service; Theresa G.
                                                                     Mayfield, University of Louisville; Jill M. Jones; Jane E. Fox,
ADEA/W.K. Kellogg Foundation Minority Dental Faculty                 Boston University; Timothy S. Martinez, Western University of
Development (MDFD) Mentoring: One Size Does Not Fit All              Health Sciences
Sunday, February 28
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                                                     Children’s Oral Health and Access to Care Since the
National Harbor 10                                                   Surgeon General’s Report: Implications for Dental Academic
CE credit: 2                                                         Institutions
An external evaluator will engage in dialogue with                   Sunday, February 28
representatives from two dental schools that received                1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
ADEA/W.K. Kellogg Foundation Minority Dental Faculty                 Azalea 2
Development (MDFD) grants. Survey results and mentor/                CE credit: 1.5
mentee interactions are focal points of the discussion.

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In 2008 the American Academy of Pediatrics commissioned a              Learning Objectives:
project to assess progress in children’s oral health and access
                                                                       • Examine real cases arising from assessment processes in
to care since 2000. Advisors from the original Surgeon
                                                                         dental school settings.
General’s Report on Oral Health and leading oral health
experts from around the country developed background                   • Identify the various issues involved and demonstrate the
papers for A National Summit on Children’s Oral Health                   various points of view that various stakeholders bring.
(November, 2008), which were published in Academic                     • Utilize an Audience Response System (ARS) to highlight
Pediatrics (November-December, Volume 9, No. 6, 2009).                   differing points of view and initiate an open dialogue
This panel will present key findings of this effort and discuss          among attendees.
the role of academic dental institutions in responding to
children’s oral health going forward.                                  Ronald W. Botto, University of Kentucky; Gerald N. Glickman,
                                                                       Baylor College of Dentistry; Phyllis L. Beemsterboer, Oregon
Revisiting the Surgeon General’s Report on Oral Health:                Health and Science University; Anne Koerber, University of
Overview of Project and Outcomes                                       Illinois at Chicago
Wendy E. Mouradian, University of Washington
                                                                       Health Care Reform: Implications for Graduate Medical
Recruiting and Public Health Training of Dental Professionals          Education
to Care for Underserved Children
                                                                       Monday, March 1
Caswell A. Evans, Jr, University of Illinois at Chicago                2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Ensuring Adequate Training in Pediatric Dentistry                      National Harbor 2
                                                                       CE credit: 1.5
Rebecca L. Slayton, University of Iowa; N. Sue Seale, Baylor
College of Dentistry                                                   While not aimed at dental graduate education, health care
                                                                       reform proposals to transform health professions education
Role of ADEA,Mid-Level Practitioners and Other Educational             would make changes that could impact these programs.
Policy Issues                                                          Postdoctoral dental education programs receiving financial
Dominick DePaola, Nova Southeastern University; Frank A.               support through federal Graduate Medical Education (GME)
Catalanotto, University of Florida                                     may be required to meet new goals and objectives, such as
                                                                       residents working in multidisciplinary teams in nontraditional
New Paradigms for Oral Health Care: Physicians, Nurses and             settings, required participation in quality improvement
Other Health Professionals                                             projects, and demonstrated meaningful use of electronic
William R. Maas, The Pew Charitable Trusts                             health records.
                                                                       Learning Objectives:
Conundrums in Dental Education: Assessing Contemporary
Ethical Dilemmas SoTL                                                  • Identify changes that could impact dental graduate
Wednesday, March 3                                                       education.
8:00 - 10:00 a.m.                                                      • Explain health reform and its potential impact on
National Harbor 13                                                       postdoctoral programs within academic dental institutions
CE credit: 2                                                             and hospitals.
Assessment is necessary and critical in dental education,              Laura Loeb, King & Spalding
involving multiple stakeholders. It includes evaluations by
faculty, administration, and staff, student grading, patient                                           fest
                                                                       How to Submit to MedEdPORTAL SoTL
examination, and assessment. Because of the stress created             Sunday, February 28
by the high-stakes nature of outcomes, unethical behavior              2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
is an ever-present problem. Stakeholders have unique views             National Harbor 2
regarding their respective beliefs and roles when faced with           CE Credit; 2
complex ethical, legal, and professional dilemmas. Addressing
these dilemmas with appropriate decision making and                    Learn how to submit educational resources to MedEdPORTAL,
risk management is necessary in order to create a fair and             the free online publishing portal that supports educators and
balanced approach to an equitable end result.

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learners as they create and use online teaching materials,          The Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) requires
assessment tools, and faculty development resources.                "students be competent in managing a diverse patient
                                                                    population and have the interpersonal and communication
Learning objectives:
                                                                    skills to function in a multicultural work environment."
• Discover the educational uses of MedEdPORTAL.                     What experiences should be provided for students to obtain
• Apply various MedEdPORTAL resources to personal                   these competencies? Acting in a culturally sensitive manner
  education plans and processes.                                    requires more than factual information about culture or
                                                                    simple exposure to multicultural settings in clinic. What
Sue Sandmeyer, ADEA; Nadeem Y. Karimbux, Harvard School             experiences give students these skills and attitudes?
of Dental Medicine
                                                                    Learning Objectives:
Implementing EBD in Dental, Advanced Dental, and Dental             • Assess competence in working with diverse populations
Hygiene Education Programs: Learning Through Critical                 through mastering highly developed communication
Appraisal of Systematic Reviews                                       skills, embracing a humanistic stance evidenced by
Tuesday, March 2                                                      tolerance and respect for others, and recognizing and
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                                                      embracing one's professional obligations.
National Harbor 11
CE credit: 2                                                        • Explore contributions made by several disciplines to
The Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) standards               students' mastery of these competencies.
for advanced specialty education programs in endodontics,           • Show the influence of the student environment on
orthodontics, and dentofacial orthopedics reference the               supporting the development of these skills.
principles of evidence-based inquiry. Evidence-based
dentistry (EBD) language is being considered for other              Evelyn Donate-Bartfield, William K. Lobb, Toni M. Roucka,
specialty education programs as well as predoctoral dental          and Alison Seidl, Marquette University
education and dental hygiene education programs.
                                                                    Moving Beyond the Correct Answer: Exploring Innovative
Learning Objectives:                                                Uses and Types of Competency Assessments in Contrasting
• Discover how to leverage the resources of the ADA's                                       fest
                                                                    Educational Programs SoTL
  Center for EBD to enhance instruction.                            Saturday, February 27
• Demonstrate helping students implement lifelong learning          1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
  and apply evidence-based inquiry into clinical practice.          National Harbor 10
                                                                    CE credit: 2
• Interpret what evidence-based systematic reviews are,
  how critical summaries are developed and why they are             Pre- and postdoctoral orthodontic programs in the United
  valuable clinical tools.                                          States and Canada have evolved separately in response
                                                                    to unique circumstances, resources, and philosophies, yet
• Explain how critical summaries can be integrated into a           all have a basic responsibility of training competent and
  curriculum and to become aware of EBD faculty                     proficient dental practitioners.
  development opportunities and teaching support
  materials.                                                        Learning Objectives:

Julie Frantsve-Hawley; James D. Bader, University of North          • Consider how contrasting programs use competency
Carolina at Chapel Hill; Steve R. Armstrong, University of            assessments through mid-size and large U.S. dental
Iowa; Richard Niederman, The Forsyth Institute                        colleges in urban centers, a Canadian program that
                                                                      emphasizes problem-based learning, and a postgraduate
Interdisciplinary Contexts for Teaching Culturally Sensitive          program that emphasizes team learning and peer
Care: Ethics, Behavioral Science, Public Health, and the              assessments.
Student Environment SoTL   fest                                     • Discover innovative uses of assessments to monitor and
Saturday, February 27                                                 boost instructional effectiveness and as an outcome
10:00 a.m. - Noon                                                     measure for educational research.
National Harbor 10
CE credit: 2
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Mitchell J. Lipp and George J. Cisneros, New York University;           redistribution, and remixing of these materials by others.
Sandra Fastlicht, University of British Columbia; Clarence C.
                                                                        Learning Objectives:
Bryk, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio;
Hillary L. Broder, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New          • Review the open knowledge movement and its impact
Jersey                                                                    on dental education.
                                                                        • Assess open knowledge activities and their global
New Oral Health Professionals: Emerging Workforce Models                  impact.
Tuesday, March 2
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.                                                        • Summarize protection of intellectual property through
Chesapeake B                                                              Creative Commons licensing.
CE credit: 1.5                                                          • Describe MedEdPORTAL, an opportunity for peer review of
Demand for oral health care—particularly among                            educational resources, and its impact on faculty
geographically, economically and culturally isolated                      promotion.
groups—has grown rapidly in the United States. In response,             • Explore University of Michigan's software tools and
federal and state policymakers are seeking innovative                     student/faculty collaboration solution that reduces faculty
ways to expand access to oral health care for underserved                 time and cost of preparing open materials.
populations. At the national level, Congress recommends
                                                                        Lynn A. Johnson, University of Michigan; Nadeem Y. Karimbux,
studies and pilot programs that would assess new types
                                                                        Harvard School of Dental Medicine; John Wilbanks; Ted
of oral health professionals (such as the Advanced Dental
                                                                        Hanss, University of Michigan; Patrick J. Ferrillo, Jr., University
Hygiene Practitioner, Community Dental Health Coordinator,
                                                                        of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry
and Dental Health Aid Therapist). In 2009, Minnesota was
the first state to pass a law creating a new type of oral health
                                                                        Other Voices: Integration of Research and Scholarship
professional. Minnesota educators who are responsible for                                                           fest
                                                                        Within the Dental Curriculum Revisited SoTL
the educational preparation of these two new models.
                                                                        Wednesday, March 3
Learning Objectives:                                                    9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
• Summarize state and national activities regarding the                 National Harbor 4
  development of new, alternative models of oral health                 CE credit: 2
  care.                                                                 This symposium will present snapshots of the five most recent
• Hypothesize the challenges they pose for academic dental              Oral Health Research Education Grants that were funded by
  institutions in their educational preparation.                        NIDCR. Because the earliest of these grants to be funded
                                                                        were reported as part of a 2006 symposium, we will revisit
Monette D. McKinnon, ADEA; Patrick M. Lloyd, University                 and update this topic by surveying new initiatives at five
of Minnesota; Colleen M. Brickle, Normandale Community                  institutions that received initial funding between 2005 and
College                                                                 2008. Supportive of the goals of ADEA CCI and faced with
                                                                        significant challenges in the areas of curricular change, faculty
Open Knowledge: Opening Our Teaching and Learning                       development, and assessment, these varied approaches
Resources to Enable Positive Change Across the Country                  should be instructive to those seeking to implement change
and Around the World SoTL  fest
                                                                        at their own institution.
Monday, March 1
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                                                        Learning Objectives:
National Harbor 10                                                      • Examine new initiatives at several institutions that
CE credit: 2                                                              received initial funding.
The world's educational community is witnessing rapid growth            • Identify challenges to curricular change and various
in the number of educational institutions openly sharing                  approaches to success.
knowledge, teaching, and learning resources with the world
                                                                        • Explore changes effected through these grants, including
community. Known by names such as Open Courseware or
                                                                          appreciation of science and the results of scientific
Open Education Resources (OER), the commonality is the
licensing of educational content that supports the reuse,

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Robert J. Hinton, Baylor College of Dentistry; Edward                  • Evaluate statistics, including those provided with textbook
F. Rossomando, University of Connecticut; Ronald L.                      assessments.
Sakaguchi, Oregon Health and Science University; Michael S.
                                                                       • Practice with questions and data sets developed for this
Reddy, University of Alabama at Birmingham; John D. Rugh,
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
                                                                       Johnna Gueorguieva, Liz Koch, and Brenda Fell, Dental
A Report From NIH: Stimulus Funds for Oral and                         Assisting National Board, Inc.
Craniofacial Research
Monday, March 1                                                        Strategic Directions for Dental and Dental Hygiene Schools
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.                                                     in an Age of Health Reform: Roles and Responsibilities of
Chesapeake 8                                                           Academic Institutions (Co-sponsored by ADEA Sections on
CE credit: 1.5                                                         Behavioral Sciences, Dental Hygiene Education, Gerontology
                                                                       and Geriatric Education, Pediatric Dentistry, and ADEA
Get up to date regarding the funding opportunities created by          Special Interest Group on Tobacco-Free Initiatives)
the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA,
                                                                       Sunday, February 28
or the “economic stimulus bill”) at the National Institutes of
                                                                       10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Health and specifically at the National Institute of Dental and
                                                                       Chesapeake F
Craniofacial Research (NIDCR). ARRA funding represents a
                                                                       CE credit: 2
25% increase over NIDCR’s 2009 funding level.
                                                                       Health reform is forging changes in education and health
Learning Objectives:
                                                                       care financing. Powerful movements and historical changes
• Describe the research positions created by ARRA funds                are under way in how dental education and health care
  and the dental research community’s response to ARRA                 is provided and financed. Also, new national health
  funding opportunities.                                               objectives provide a roadmap for disease prevention and
                                                                       health promotion for the next decade. Amid these changes,
• Examine a new system for scoring and peer review of
                                                                       dental academic institutions are evaluating their roles and
  NIH grants, including new training materials available for
                                                                       responsibilities as they adjust missions in education, patient
                                                                       care, community service, and research. This symposium will
Lawrence Tabak, NIDCR                                                  include a presenter-reactor format and moderated panel
                                                                       discussion with a question and answer period.
Show Me the Evidence: Using Item and Exam Statistics to
Determine If Assessments Work                                          Learning Objectives:
Saturday, February 27                                                  • Identify challenges and opportunities related to dental
10:00 a.m. - Noon                                                        education.
National Harbor 3                                                      • Define strategic directions, changes in the future
CE credit: 2                                                             workforce, and society's expectations of health reform.
Have you ever written multiple-choice test items or developed          • Examine the impact of reforms on financing oral health
exams and wondered if the results were a true reflection                 services, dental education budgetary constraints,
of your students' understanding of the material? Have you                addressing oral health disparities, oral health workforce
considered using an exam bank assessment from a textbook                 capacity and diversity, prospects for curriculum changes,
publisher but wondered how to evaluate its effectiveness? Are            and oral health improvements.
you confident that your exam grades are fairly determined?
Discover the answers to these questions! Prepare to enhance            Frank A. Catalanotto, University of Florida; Edward O'Neil,
the effectiveness of your assessments and, consequently,               University of California, San Francisco; Patrick J. Ferrillo, Jr.,
your confidence in your students' competencies.                        University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry;
                                                                       Mary E. Foley, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and
Learning Objectives:                                                   Health Sciences; Teresa A. Dolan, University of Florida
• Discover with experts in oral health care testing and
  measurement which basic item and exam statistics to                  Strategies Implementing Formative Learning in Practice
  calculate after an exam is administered.                             Management and Professional Development for Millennial

                                                                  47                                         Sessions listed alphabetically
Dental Students SoTL                                                     a structured interview protocol that is competency based.
Tuesday, March 2                                                         Each applicant is interviewed by two interviewers trained in
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                                                         the protocol.
Chesapeake A                                                             Learning Objectives:
CE credit: 2
                                                                         • Identify how eight competencies necessary in successful
Historically, 55% of U.S. dental students begin private practice           dental practice can serve as the basis for interview
directly after graduation. Instruction in practice administration          questions.
is one of the lowest rated curriculum areas on the ADEA
Senior Survey. U.S. dental schools, faced with demands to                • Discover how to assess applicants based on responses to
address scientific developments, dwindling faculty resources,              questions related to past behaviors.
and constricted budgets, have not increased management                   Naty Lopez, University of Minnesota
education since 2000.
Learning Objectives:                                                     ADEA Council, Section, and Special Interest
• Explore strategies for enhancing dental student readiness
                                                                         Group Programs
  for private practice in the context of curriculum realities.           A program presented by an ADEA disciplinary or interest
                                                                         group related to current trends in dental education and
• Examine how five schools incorporated alternatives to                  the area of discipline. These sessions are typically cross-
  classroom instruction to prepare students for dental                   disciplinary and appeal to all.
  careers, including the Dental Practice Readiness
  Curriculum (DPRC) conducted in a blended learning                      The ADA Anesthesia Emergencies Course: Update and
  format by online education, simulations, and anytime,                  Overview (Presented by ADEA Section on Oral and
  anywhere self-directed learning, consistent with current               Maxillofacial Surgery, Anesthesiology, and Hospital
  student preferences.                                                   Administration)
• Assess the DPRC, including longitudinal monitoring                     Monday, March 1
  of student confidence in practice management and                       1:15 - 2:45 p.m.
  career planning, changes in knowledge and attitudes                    Chesapeake 4-5
  over the curriculum, and evaluation of course format.                  CE credit: 1.5
Antonio Furino, William D. Hendricson, Scott G. Stafford,                Recently, the ADA Foundation sponsored the development
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio;                of an anesthesia emergencies course for dentists performing
Victor A. Sandoval, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Jan K.              moderate sedation. The course, developed by the American
Mitchell, Medical College of Georgia; Rebecca Pousson,                   Dental Society of Anesthesia (ADSA), has relevance at the
Virginia Commonwealth University; Willie J. Winfree, Howard              predoctoral, postdoctoral, continuing education, and state
University; E. Penn Jackson, Jr., University of Texas Health             board of dentistry levels.
Science Center at San Antonio
                                                                         Learning Objectives:
Structured Interviews in Assessment of GPR Candidates                    • Define the new anesthesia emergencies course and its
(Sponsored by ADEA Section on Postdoctoral General                         use as an assessment tool.
                                                                         • Assess the new course’s relevance at various levels of
Tuesday, March 2                                                           dentistry.
1:45 - 3:45 p.m.
Potomac C                                                                • Examine anticipated applications of the new course with
CE credit: 2                                                               the ADSA President.

Selection of residency candidates has used interviews as                 Morton Rosenberg, Tufts University
part of a multi-assessment process. However, past interview
techniques did not always result in the selection of the most            Are We Doing a Good Job of Engaging the Net Generation
appropriate candidate for a general practice residency (GPR)             Student? (Co-presented by ADEA Section on Dental
program. The University of Minnesota residency program uses              Anatomy and Occlusion and ADEA Council of Students,
                                                                         Residents, and Fellows)

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Sunday, February 28                                                    Phyllis L. Beemsterboer, Oregon Health and Science University;
10:30 a.m. - Noon                                                      Wilbert H. Milligan, III, University of Pittsburgh; Denice C. L.
Chesapeake 8-9                                                         Stewart, Oregon Health and Science University
CE credit: 1.5
                                                                       Assessment in Advanced Education Programs (Sponsored
The dental academic community has a two-fold responsibility
                                                                       by ADEA Council of Hospitals and Advanced Education
of engaging students during school and recruiting them as                                                fest
                                                                       Programs and Zimmer Dental) SoTL
faculty after graduation. Join both the ADEA Section on Dental
Anatomy and Occlusion and the ADEA Council of Students,                Sunday, February 28
Residents, and Fellows to assess how your institution is               10:30 a.m. - Noon
engaging today's student.                                              Chesapeake E
                                                                       CE credit: 1.5
Learning Objectives:
                                                                       Explore the tools needed for valid assessment in advanced
• Explain the characteristics of a typical Net Gen student.            dental education, from assessing applicants and students
• Use technology to engage the Net Gen student.                        to assessing leadership qualities of advanced education
• Devise ways to entice today’s student to join dental
  academia.                                                            Learning Objectives:
Elizabeth T. Nance, Virginia Commonwealth University                   • Explore valid assessment tools.
                                                                       • Identify how applicants, students, and faculty are
Assessing Clinical Competency: Nontraditional Methods                    assessed.
(Presented by ADEA Sections on Business and Financial
Administration and Clinical Administration) SoTL                       David Paquette, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill;
Sunday, February 28                                                    Gerald N. Glickman, Baylor College of Dentistry; N. Karl
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.                                                       Haden, Academy for Academic Leadership
Chesapeake K-L
                                                                       Best Practices for a Difficult Economy: Strategies and
CE credit: 1.5
                                                                       Solutions for Dental Development, Alumni Affairs, and
Assessing clinical competency often mirrors regional board             Public Relations Professionals to Rebuild, Recover, and
examinations. Clinical procedures are performed on live                Rebrand (Presented by ADEA Section on Development,
patients, a practice that sees increasing pressure to be               Alumni Affairs, and Public Relations)
eliminated. In this program, a panel of three experts explores         Sunday, February 28
several nontraditional methods of clinical assessment. Dr.             1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Beemsterboer reports on design, implementation, educational            Potomac 1
outcomes, and costs of using objective standardized clinical           CE credit: 1.5
examinations (OSCE). Dr. Milligan discusses how senior
student comprehensive case presentations are used at the               Adrienne Rulnick, Associate Vice President for Alumni
University of Pittsburgh to assess student clinical competency.        Relations and Development for George Washington University
Finally, Dr. Stewart presents assessment of student practice           (GWU), will speak regarding strategies and successes in
and patient management skills in a series of comprehensive             development, alumni relations, and external affairs at GWU
care courses that cover all four years.                                and throughout her career. She will focus on strengthening
                                                                       our systems during a difficult economy.
Learning Objectives:
                                                                       Learning Objectives:
• Examine specific methods of using nontraditional
  assessment, including design, implementation,                        • Identify ways to strengthen development, alumni affairs,
  outcomes, and costs.                                                   and public relations systems during an economic
• Evaluate the costs and impact of nontraditional
  assessment.                                                          • Examine one institution’s successful strategies to build
                                                                         and strengthen its brand.
• Identify how student clinical competency is assessed at
  one institution through comprehensive case
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Ashley T. Sharp, New York University; Adrienne Rulnick,               Nutrition, and Microbiology; Dental School Admissions
George Washington University                                          Officers and Student Affairs and Financial Aid)
                                                                      Monday, March 1
Clinical Competencies in Prosthodontics With a Diminishing            1:15 - 2:45 p.m.
Patient Pool (Presented by ADEA Section on Prosthodontics)            National Harbor 3
Tuesday, March 2                                                      CE credit: 1.5
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
                                                                      The psychological and medical implications of eating disorders
Potomac 2
                                                                      are multifaceted. The number of individuals affected has been
CE credit: 1.5
                                                                      rising; the likelihood of contact with patients and students
The number of patients available for assessment of dental             with these disorders is also increasing. Dental professionals
students’ ability to perform clinical prosthodontic procedures        can be critical front-line contributors to the early assessment
is in an apparent decline at many U.S. dental schools. The            of these frequently overlooked but potentially lethal disorders.
exact nature of the shortfall in patient numbers varies from          Awareness of psychological and medical aspects of eating
school to school, but the clinical faculty at most schools are        disorders is necessary for the delivery of comprehensive
exploring ways to assess competency in lieu of direct one-            patient care and for dental educators involved on a daily
on-one patient treatment.                                             basis with student clinicians.
Learning Objectives:                                                  Learning Objectives:
• Examine the prevalence of patient shortages in a review             • Analyze the complexity of the psychological issues
  of the results of a companion survey.                                 associated with eating disorders through the perspectives
                                                                        of patient and clinician.
• Identify innovations and best practices in assessment
  methods when direct clinical experiences are not                    • Assess the impact of eating disorders on systemic and
  possible.                                                             oral health.
Stephan J. Haney, University of Texas Health Science Center           • Review approaches for assisting students and patients
at San Antonio                                                          struggling with early symptoms of the most common
                                                                        eating disorders.
Competencies, Standards, and Student Learning Objectives:
                                                                      Kenneth R. Etzel, Meredith A. Ypma, Deborah Fisher, and
Linking Assessment to Institutional Goals (Presented by
                                                                      Wilbert H. Milligan, III, University of Pittsburgh; Anne Koerber,
ADEA Section on Dental Assisting Education)
                                                                      University of Illinois at Chicago
Monday, March 1
1:15 - 2:45 p.m.                                                      The Future of Postgraduate Dental Programs: Challenges
Chesapeake K-L                                                        in Determining Standards for Evaluating Applicants (Co-
CE credit: 1.5                                                        presented by ADEA Sections on Graduate and Postgraduate
                                                                      Education and Orthodontics) SoTL fest
This presentation will focus on using accreditation standards
and Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) to meet institutional          Monday, March 1
goals for student learning plans.                                     10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
                                                                      National Harbor 10
Learning Objectives:
                                                                      CE credit: 1.5
• Assess how SLOs can meet institutional goals for student
                                                                      Future admission standards and methods of assessment for
                                                                      matriculation into postdoctoral dental programs will become
• Evaluate and outline how an SLO can ensure institutional            less defined. Programs will receive less information on the
  assessments are being undertaken to improve programs.               qualifications of candidates as more dental schools move to
Jean Martinez-Monaghan, University of New Mexico                      pass/fail course evaluations and cease providing a class rank.
                                                                      The National Board of Dentistry (NBD) examinations will also
Eating Disorders: Implications for Clinicians and Dental              assess with pass/fail evaluations.
Educators (Co-presented by ADEA Council of Faculties
and ADEA Sections on Behavioral Sciences; Biochemistry,

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Learning Objectives:                                                     Inclusion of Cone Beam 3-D Imaging in Dental Education
                                                                         (Presented by ADEA Section on Oral and Maxillofacial
• Recognize current and future standards and requirements
  for matriculation.
                                                                         Monday, March 1
• Identify potential replacements for grades, class rank,                1:15 - 2:45 p.m.
  and NBD I results.                                                     Chesapeake 8-9
Jeryl D. English, University of Texas Health Science Center              CE credit: 1.5
at Houston; David A. Covell, Jr., Oregon Health and Science              Cone beam volumetric tomography has gained intense
University; Barry S. Briss, Tufts University; Gerald N. Glickman,        interest and acceptance in the dental community over the
Baylor College of Dentistry; Henry W. Ferguson, Medical                  last few years. Cone beam 3-D imaging has numerous
College of Georgia                                                       applications and is being widely used in the practice of
                                                                         dentistry. Predoctoral dental students should be familiar
How to Teach Evidence-Based Dental Patient Management                    with this new imaging modality, as they will be performing
and Implementation of Guidelines in Oral Medicine                        dental treatments during the course of their professional
(Presented by ADEA Section on Oral Diagnosis/Oral                        career. There is a need to modify current dental curricula to
Medicine) SoTL fest
                                                                         accommodate and include information about 3-D imaging.
Tuesday, March 2
2:15 - 3:45 p.m.                                                         Learning Objectives:
Chesapeake 8-9                                                           • Review new imaging modalities.
CE credit: 1.5
                                                                         • Evaluate the benefits of incorporating cone beam 3-D
As dental patients become more medically complex, many                     imaging into dental curricula.
medical guidelines for patient care become increasingly
                                                                         • Analyze how students can apply 3-D imaging for
relevant to oral health care providers. Teaching and
                                                                           treatment planning.
implementation of relevant medical guidelines is an integral
part of evidence-based dental patient management and oral                Vijay P. Parashar and James R. Geist, University of Detroit
medicine curriculum. Medical knowledge and techniques                    Mercy; Steven R. Singer, Columbia University
are advancing rapidly; guidelines can be released or revised
far more frequently than before. Keeping up with the                     Informatics Short Talks (Presented by ADEA Section on
implementation of relevant guidelines can be challenging for             Dental Informatics)
dental educators.                                                        Tuesday, March 2
Learning Objectives:                                                     10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
                                                                         Potomac 3
• Explain strategies of problem-solving skills in teaching
  and implementing evidence-based guidelines, especially                 An innovative session providing speakers up to five minutes to
  those highly relevant to dentistry.                                    present summaries of emerging health care informatics topics
                                                                         at their respective institutions. They will succinctly update
• Describe methods in outcome assessment of students’                    members of the dental education community on exciting
  knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) of guidelines as               developments and foster collaboration. These updates help
  well as dental patients’ compliance.                                   to convey the status of informatics at different dental schools
• Analyze guidelines implementation in dental school from                and organizations, generate innovation among participants,
  various vantage points: administrator, faculty member,                 and advance the field.
  and student.                                                           Muhammad F. Walji, University of Texas Health Science Center
Shin-Mey R. Geist, University of Detroit Mercy; Stephen J.               at Houston; Elise S. Eisenberg, New York University; Robert T.
Stefanac, University of Michigan; Carol M. Stewart, University           Watkins, Jr., East Carolina University; Robert G. Rashid, The
of Florida; Diane C. Hoelscher and Jerek Bradford-Petrous,               Ohio State University
University of Detroit Mercy

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Integration of Curricular Elements to Demonstrate                      •   Analyze CE programs and ethics from varying
Outcomes of Critical Thinking in Allied Dental Education                   viewpoints.
(Presented by ADEA Section on Dental Hygiene Education)
                                                                       Sue C. Felton, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Van
Sunday, February 28                                                    B. Haywood, Medical College of Georgia; Barbara Nordquist,
2:15 - 3:45 p.m.                                                       Pelton & Crane, KaVo, Marus Dental Corporation; Lynda J.
National Harbor 15                                                     Young, University of Minnesota
CE credit: 1.5
Assessment is essential in dental and allied dental education.         The Michigan Difference: A Reality Through "Assessment:
CODA requires dental and allied dental institutions/programs           Portraits of Change" (Presented by ADEA Section on
to provide outcome assessments as evidence of compliance               Minority Affairs)
with accreditation standards, including those related to               Sunday, February 28
critical thinking. Designing and evaluating assignments                10:30 a.m. - noon
that measure critical thinking is challenging for didactic             Potomac 1
and clinical educators who must implement a variety of                 CE credit: 1.5
assessment strategies.
                                                                       President James Duderstadt, guided by experiences gained
Learning Objectives:                                                   from the Michigan Mandate, presented to the University of
                                                                       Michigan (UoM) community the Michigan Agenda (MA).
• Explore both summative and formative assessments that
                                                                       One major objective was to increase by the year 2000 the
  support educators in evaluating critical thinking skills in
                                                                       representation of persons of color within the professoriate
  classroom and clinical environments.
                                                                       so that the proportion of such individuals would correspond
• Summarize survey results of best practices from a variety            more closely to their proportion in the population of Michigan
  of institutions.                                                     and the United States.
• Develop or refine assignments using described assessment             Learning Objectives:
  techniques to measure critical thinking within individual
                                                                       • Recognize how a Cultural Climate Audit (CCA) and the
                                                                         MA fueled change in the UoM School of Dentistry.
Lorinda L. Coan, Indiana University; Laura MacDonald; Joyce
                                                                       • Examine how the CCA provides a foundation for a
C. Hudson, Ivy Tech College
                                                                         cohesively diverse community where every person can
Maintaining Ethical Standards and Quality Programs in                    live up to his or her potential and gain awareness, skills,
Continuing Education (Presented by ADEA Section on                       and knowledge to embrace diversity.
Continuing Education)                                                  Lisa A. Tedesco, Emory University; James Duderstadt, James
Monday, March 1                                                        B. Machen, Marilyn W. Woolfolk, and Peter J. Polverini,
1:15 - 2:45 p.m.                                                       University of Michigan
Chesapeake H-I
CE credit: 1.5                                                         New Models for Biomedical Sciences Instruction: Assessing
                                                                       Curricula, Teaching Approaches, and Student Competencies
A distinguished panel discusses ethics and how to apply                (Co-presented by ADEA Sections on Anatomical Sciences;
ethical concepts to work and continuing education (CE).                Biochemistry, Nutrition, and Microbiology; Educational
CE programs and ethics will be addressed from differing                Research/Development and Curriculum; Oral Biology; and
viewpoints including a director, a presenter, and an industry          Physiology, Pharmacology, and Therapeutics)
representative. Reasons will be presented supporting why a
                                                                       Sunday, February 28
focus on ethics is good practice administration for a rewarding
                                                                       10:30 a.m. - Noon
CE program, including building successful relationships with
                                                                       Chesapeake K-L
attendees, sponsors, and administrators.
                                                                       CE credit: 1.5
Learning Objectives:
                                                                       Some institutions are reducing the number of biomedical
• Apply ethical concepts to work and CE.                               sciences faculty, resulting in an overall decline of expertise to
• Contrast CE as a profession and as a business.                       teach foundational biomedical concepts. Additionally, many

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remaining biomedical sciences faculty are not maximizing              10:30 a.m. - Noon
teaching efficiency by taking advantage of new instructional          Chesapeake 4-5
resources and approaches, such as electronic learning                 CE credit: 1.5
environments, multimedia, case-based biomedical/clinical
                                                                      Changes brought about by the shift in patient demographics
correlates, and course structure reorganization. Increased
                                                                      have led to the realization that students need skills to be
exposure to new concepts provides opportunities for
                                                                      successful today that differ from those taught 10 years ago.
training so that beneficial innovations are adopted for use in
                                                                      These differences are supported by demographic projections
biomedical sciences curricula, instruction, and assessment.
                                                                      indicating numbers of the elderly will more than double by
Learning Objectives:                                                  the middle of the next century. Because of improved health
                                                                      of the elderly, this population is also more likely to retain
• Examine models of teaching biomedical concepts
                                                                      their teeth than were their predecessors, so they will require
   currently being developed and used by new and
                                                                      increased and different future dental services.
   established dental schools.
• Utilize a variety of new instructional resources and                Learning Objectives:
   approaches.                                                        • Practice conducting an assessment of existing curriculum
• Identify opportunities for training.                                   and developing rubrics and checklists for differentiated
Anthony M. Iacopino, University of Manitoba; Kneka P. Smith,             instruction and assessment.
University of New England; James R. Hupp, East Carolina               • Utilize curriculum mapping to assess retooling a practice	
University; Robert W. Hasel, Midwestern University; Ted D.            	 management curriculum.
Pate, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston            • Review the aging of America and the subsequent increase
                                                                         in the size of the elderly population as critical demographic
Portrait of Licensure (Presented by ADEA Council of                      trends.
Students, Residents, and Fellows)
                                                                      Mildred A. McClain, Marcia M. Ditmyer, and Georgia S.
Sunday, February 28                                                   Dounis, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
National Harbor 14                                                    Predoctoral TMD Curriculum: Content, Teaching, and
CE credit: 1.5                                                        Assessment (Presented by ADEA Special Interest Group on
  As a profession, dentistry calls upon states to license             Temporomandibular Disorders)
practitioners, safeguarding patient health and the integrity          Monday, March 1
of the profession. The licensure process has evolved,                 10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
changing the required procedures and competencies as well             National Harbor 2
as the format of the examination. States and regions have             CE credit: 1.5
individual requirements while different countries offer a
                                                                      Using the "ADEA Competencies for the New General Dentist"
variety of licensure models.
                                                                      as a foundation, the discussion will emphasize teaching
Learning Objectives:                                                  methods, resources, and assessments for predoctoral studies
                                                                      of temporomandibular disorders (TMD). Develop this resource
• Compare opposing views about live patient examination
                                                                      for addressing the recently adopted ADEA competency on
   with licensure experts.
                                                                      the diagnosis and management of TMD.
• Appraise suggestions for improvement to the current
   system.                                                            Learning Objectives:
• Examine the perspective of Canadian licensure.                      • Analyze best practices of teaching methods and
Maria C. Cordero, Christiana Care Health Services                       resources, curricular content, and student/course
                                                                        assessment for predoctoral studies of TMD.
Portraits of Assessment: Redesigning Geriatric Curriculum             • Utilize provided resources to address new competencies
in a Practice Management Setting (Presented by ADEA                     on the diagnosis and management of TMD.
Sections on Gerontology and Geriatrics Education and
Practice Management)                                                  Ronald Attanasio, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Tuesday, March 2

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Progressing Toward Excellence: Assessing the Success                 Rubrics: An Innovative Method of Assessment in
of Changes Necessitated by Program Growth of an                      Dental Education (Presented by the ADEA Sections on
International Dental Program (Sponsored by ADEA Special              Comprehensive Care & General Dentistry and Dental
Interest Group on Foreign-Educated Dental Professionals)             Informatics)
Tuesday, March 2                                                     Tuesday, March 2
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.                                                     1:15 - 2:45 p.m.
National Harbor 2                                                    Chesapeake K-L
CE credit: 1.5                                                       CE credit: 1.5
Review and discuss the complete remodeling of the                    The ADEA Comprehensive Care and General Dentistry Section
International Dental Program at Loma Linda University due            joins with the ADEA Dental Informatics Section for discussion
to increased class size.                                             of the role of rubrics in dental education.
Learning Objectives:                                                 Learning Objectives:
• Assess outcomes and effectiveness of program changes.              • Define the role of technology in constructing and
                                                                       implementing rubrics.
• Evaluate the program’s accreditation process.
                                                                     • Appraise actual uses for assessment of students in dental
Gregory D. Mitchell and Mike Fitzpatrick, Loma Linda
                                                                     • Evaluate the advantages and challenges of using rubrics,
Risk Assessment for Predoctoral Periodontics (Presented by             including best practices for construction.
ADEA Section on Periodontics)
                                                                     Paula N. O'Neill, David Taylor, and Stephan J. Haney,
Sunday, February 28                                                  University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston; Jean
10:30 a.m. - Noon                                                    A. O'Donnell, University of Pittsburgh
Chesapeake B
CE credit: 1.5                                                       Seal, Remineralize, or Restore: A Symposium on the
Periodontal risk assessment involves the recognition of              Assessment of Best Clinical Practices (Co-presented by
factors that may influence the predisposition or progression         ADEA Sections on Operative Dentistry & Biomaterials and
of periodontal disease. Risk assessment incorporates the             Pediatric Dentistry and Special Interest Group on Cariology)
objective evaluation of contributing factors with education,         Monday, March 1
allowing the clinician to provide adequate intervention              1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
strategies. Attendees will be encouraged to participate in a         Potomac 2
"town hall" discussion.                                              CE credit: 1.5
Learning Objectives:                                                 The question of when and to what degree carious dentinal
                                                                     tissue should be removed determines the threshold for
• Review the current status of risk exposures that may
                                                                     surgical rather than nonsurgical intervention. This symposium
  impact the initiation and progression of periodontal
                                                                     is geared toward educators who have an interest in teaching
  disease, including an overview of the newest risk
                                                                     conservative management of dental caries.
  assessment technologies.
                                                                     Learning Objectives:
• Analyze the current status of risk assessment at the
  predoctoral level with data from a survey of U.S.                  • Identify thresholds for surgical intervention of carious
  predoctoral periodontal program directors.                             dentinal tissue.
• Identify ways to include and use risk assessment in                • Assess varying degrees of nonsurgical intervention and
  predoctoral education.                                                 conservative management of dental caries.
                                                                     Edwina Kidd; James B. Summitt, University of Texas Health
James E. Hinrichs, University of Minnesota; Karen F. Novak,          Science Center at San Antonio
University of Kentucky; Paul G. Luepke, Marquette University;
Michael John Novak, University of Kentucky

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Teaching and Assessing Ergonomics in the Simulation                 Learning Objectives:
Laboratory (Presented by ADEA Section on Clinical
                                                                    • Build a consensus among section members about the
                                                                       recommendations for preparing dental, dental hygiene,
Tuesday, March 2                                                       and other students to assist the tobacco-dependent
10:30 a.m. - Noon                                                      patient.
Chesapeake 8-9
                                                                    • Assess some of the barriers to change by surveying
CE credit: 1.5
                                                                       members and attempting to build consensus regarding
Ergonomics is about the fit between people, their work                 best practices.
activities, equipment, work systems, and environment to             Sara C. Gordon, University of Illinois at Chicago; Jill M.
ensure that workplaces are safe, comfortable, and efficient         Loewen, University of Detroit Mercy; Brenda Heaton, Boston
without compromising productivity. Preclinical laboratories         University Goldman School of Dental Medicine; Joan M.
are often designed with emphasis on the maximum                     Davis, Southern Illinois University; L. Jack Windsor, Indiana
utilization of existing space and cost concerns. Ergonomics         University
is an afterthought.
                                                                    The Use of Case-Based Assessments in Endodontic
Learning Objectives:
                                                                    Education (Co-presented by ADEA Sections on Endodontics
• Examine introducing both theoretical and practical                and Graduate and Postgraduate Education)
  ergonomic teaching into the preclinical curriculum and            Tuesday, March 2
  simulation laboratory.                                            10:30 a.m. - Noon
• Assess the student's understanding and implementation             Chesapeake K-L
  of ergonomic principles in the simulation laboratory.             CE credit: 1.5
• Support transitioning from the simulation environment             The first section of the program addresses the use of
   to the clinical environment while maintaining the                case-based learning and assessment into preclinical or
   ergonomic principles.                                            technique courses. The second section describes use of
Lance M. Rucker, University of British Columbia; Mark S.            case-based learning and assessment in the clinical part of
Wolff, New York University; Alice Urbankova, Stony Brook            predoctoral endodontic courses. The final portion describes
University; David L. Glotzer and Gerald M. Klaczany, New            the use of case-based assessments in postdoctoral graduate
York University                                                     endodontics as well as preparation for the American Board
                                                                    of Endodontics (ABE) examination.
Tobacco Dependence Education: Are We Ready for Change?
                                                                    Learning Objectives:
(Co-presented by ADEA Sections on Oral and Maxillofacial
Pathology, Community and Preventive Dentistry, and ADEA             • Summarize methods to incorporate case-based
Special Interest Group on Tobacco-Free Initiatives)                    assessments into predoctoral and postdoctoral
                                                                       endodontic education.
Monday, March 1
1:15 - 2:45 p.m.                                                    • Explain case-based learning and assessment in various
Chesapeake 6                                                           endodontic courses.
CE credit: 1.5                                                      • Describe learning and assessment methods in the clinical
Tobacco use is a well established risk factor for a variety            portion of predoctoral endodontic coursework.
of oral diseases from cancer to periodontitis. Tobacco SIG          • Assess case-based assessment usage for preparation for
members are passionate about teaching students to help                 the ABE exam.
patients become tobacco dependence-free, while Oral and             Alan H. Gluskin, University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni
Maxillofacial Pathology section members care deeply about           School of Dentistry; Bruce C. Justman and Anne E. Williamson,
decreasing the devastation of oral cancer. However, the role        University of Iowa
of the dental team is not clearly established. The updated
ADEA Competencies for the New General Dentist pose a
challenge to establish a protocol for tobacco dependence

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                                 ADEA Section Programs and Members’ Forums
The annual gathering of an ADEA             Competencies                                  Education                               Sunday, February 28, 10:30 a.m. –
Section or Special Interest Group           Sunday, February 28, 10:30 a.m. –             Monday, March 1, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.       12:30 p.m.
during which new officers are elected,      noon
results of the group's activities for the                                                 Members’ Forum                          Eating Disorders: Implications for
past year are discussed, and general        Members’ Forum                                Monday, March 1, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.       Clinicians and Dental Educators
business and future planning takes          Sunday, February 28, 12:15 – 1:15                                                     Monday, March 1, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.
place. All members, prospective             p.m.                                          Dental Anatomy & Occlusion
members, and other individuals are
                                                                                          Are We Doing a Good Job of              Development, Alumni Affairs,
invited to attend these meetings.
                                            Eating Disorders - Implications for           Engaging the Net Generation             and Public Relations
                                            Clinicians and Dental Educators               Student?                                Best Practices for a Difficult
Presenters, descriptions, and CE            March 1, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.                     Sunday, February 28, 10:30 a.m. –       Economy: Strategies and Solutions
information are found in the “Session                                                     noon                                    for Dental Development, Alumni
& Exhibition Descriptions” beginning                                                                                              Affairs, and Public Relations
                                            Business and Financial
on page 24. Members’ forum                                                                                                        Professionals to Rebuild, Recover,
                                            Administration                                Members’ Forum
locations are found in the “Schedule                                                                                              and Rebrand
                                            Assessing Clinical Competency: Non-           Sunday, February 28, 12:15 – 1:15
by Day and Time” on page 14.                                                                                                      Sunday, February 28, 1:30 – 3:00
                                            traditional Methods                           p.m.
                                            Sunday, February 28, 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.                                                 p.m.
                                                                                          Dental Assisting Education
FORUMS                                                                                                                            Members’ Forum
                                            Members’ Forum                                Competencies, Standards, and
                                            Sunday, February 28, 3:15 – 4:15 p.m.         Student Learning Objectives: Linking    Sunday, February 28, 3:15 – 4:15
Academic Affairs                                                                          Assessment to Institutional Goals       p.m.
Members’ Forum                                                                            Monday, March 1, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.
                                            Clinic Administration
Tuesday, March 2, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.                                                                                                Educational, Research,
                                            Assessing Clinical Competency:
                                            Nontraditional Methods                        Members’ Forum                          Development & Curriculum
Anatomical Sciences                         Sunday, February 28, 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.         Monday, March 1, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.       New Models for Biomedical Sciences
New Models for Biomedical Sciences                                                                                                Instruction: Assessing Curricula,
Instruction: Assessing Curricula,                                                                                                 Teaching Approaches, and Student
                                            Members’ Forum                                Dental Hygiene Education
Teaching Approaches, and Student                                                                                                  Competencies
                                            Sunday, February 28, 3:15 – 4:15 p.m.         Strategic Directions for Dental
Competencies                                                                                                                      Sunday, February 28, 10:30 a.m. –
                                                                                          and Dental Hygiene Schools in
Sunday, February 28, 10:30 a.m. –                                                                                                 noon
                                            Clinical Simulation                           an Age of Health Reform: Roles
                                            Teaching and Assessing Ergonomics             and Responsibilities of Academic
                                                                                          Institutions                            Members’ Forum
                                            in the Simulation Laboratory
Members’ Forum                                                                            Sunday, February, 28, 10:30 a.m. –      Sunday, February 28, 12:15 – 1:15
                                            Tuesday, March 2, 10:30 a.m. –
Sunday, February 28, 12:15 – 1:15                                                         12:30 p.m.                              p.m.
                                                                                          Integration of Curricular Elements to   Endodontics
                                            Members’ Forum
Basic Science                                                                             Demonstrate Outcomes of Critical        The Use of Case-Based Assessments
                                            Tuesday, March 2, 12:15 – 1:15 p.m.
Caucus                                                                                    Thinking in Allied Dental Education     in Endodontic Education
Monday, March 1, 10:15 - 11:15 a.m.                                                       Sunday, February 28, 2:15 – 3:45        Tuesday, March 2, 10:30 a.m. –
                                            Community & Preventive                                                                noon
Behavioral Sciences
                                            Members’ Forum
Strategic Directions for Dental                                                           Members’ Forum                          Members’ Forum
                                            Sunday, February 28, 12:45 – 1:45 p.m.
and Dental Hygiene Schools in                                                             Sunday, February 28, 4:00 – 5:00        Tuesday, March 2, 12:15 – 1:15 p.m.
an Age of Health Reform: Roles                                                            p.m.
and Responsibilities of Academic            Tobacco Dependence Education: Are
                                                                                                                                  Gay-Straight Alliance
Institutions                                We Ready for Change?
                                                                                          Dental Informatics                      Members’ Forum
Sunday, February, 28, 10:30 a.m. –          Monday, March 1, 1:15 p.m. – 2:45
                                                                                          Informatics Short Talks                 Sunday, February 28, 10:30 – 11:30
12:30 p.m.                                  p.m.
                                                                                          Tuesday, March 2, 10:15 – 11:45         a.m.
Eating Disorders: Implications for          Comprehensive Care & General
                                                                                                                                  Gerontology and Geriatrics
Clinicians and Dental Educators             Dentistry
                                                                                          Rubrics: An Innovative Method of        Education
Monday, March 1, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.           Rubrics: An Innovative Method of
                                                                                          Assessment in Dental Education          Strategic Directions for Dental
                                            Assessment in Dental Education
                                                                                          Tuesday, March 2, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.      and Dental Hygiene Schools in
                                            Tuesday, March 2, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.
Members’ Forum                                                                                                                    an Age of Health Reform: Roles
Monday, March 1, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.                                                                                                 and Responsibilities of Academic
                                            Members’ Forum                                Members’ Forum
                                            Tuesday, March 2, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.            Tuesday, March 2, Noon – 1:00 p.m.
Biochemistry, Nutrition, and                                                                                                      Sunday, February, 28, 10:30 a.m. –
Microbiology                                                                                                                      12:30 p.m.
                                            Continuing Education                          Dental School Admissions
New Models for Biomedical Sciences
                                            Maintaining Ethical Standards and             Officers
Instruction: Assessing Curricula,                                                                                                 Members’ Forum
                                            Quality Programs in Continuing                Members’ Forum
Teaching Approaches, and Student                                                                                                  Monday, March 1, 10:15 a.m. –
                                                                                                                                  11:15 a.m.
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Portraits of Assessment: Redesigning   Members’ Forum                              Physiology, Pharmacology, and            Best Clinical Practices
Geriatric Curriculum in a Practice     Monday, March 1, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.           Therapeutics                             Monday, March 1, 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Management Setting                                                                 New Models for Biomedical Sciences
Tuesday, March 2, 10:30 a.m. – noon    Oral Biology                                Instruction: Assessing Curricula,        Members’ Forum
                                       New Models for Biomedical Sciences          Teaching Approaches, and Student         Monday, March 1, 10:15 – 11:15
Graduate and Postgraduate              Instruction: Assessing Curricula,           Competencies                             a.m.
Education                              Teaching Approaches, and Student            Sunday, February 28, 10:30 a.m. –
The Future of Postgraduate Dental      Competencies                                noon
                                                                                                                            Dental Hygiene Clinical
Programs: Challenges in Determining    Sunday, February 28, 10:30 a.m. –                                                    Coordinators
Standards for Evaluating Applicants    noon                                        Members’ Forum                           Luncheon and Members’ Forum
Monday, March 1, 10:15 - 11:45 a.m.                                                Sunday, February 28, 12:15 – 1:15 p.m.   Sunday, February 28, Noon – 2:00
                                       Members’ Forum                                                                       p.m.
Members’ Forum                         Sunday, February 28, 12:15 – 1:15           Postdoctoral General Dentistry
Monday, March 1, Noon – 1:00 p.m.      p.m.                                        Members’ Forum                           Foreign-Educated Dental
                                                                                   Tuesday, March 2, 10:15 – 11:15          Professionals
The Use of Case-Based Assessments      Oral Diagnosis/Oral Medicine                a.m.                                     Members’ Forum
in Endodontic Education                Members’ Forum                                                                       Monday, March 1, 3:45 – 4:45 p.m.
Tuesday, March 2, 10:30 a.m. – noon    Tuesday, March 2, 10:15 – 11:15             Structured Interviews in Assessment
                                       a.m.                                        of GPR Candidates                        Progressing Towards Excellence:
Minority Affairs                                                                   Tuesday, March 2, 1:45 – 3:45 p.m.       Assessing the Success of Changes
The Michigan Difference: A Reality     How to Teach Evidence Based                                                          Necessitated by Program Growth of
Through “Assessment: Portraits of      Dental Patient Management and               Practice Management                      an International Dental Program
Change”                                Implementation of Guidelines in Oral        Portraits of Assessment: Redesigning     Tuesday, March 2, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Sunday, February 28, 10:30 a.m. –      Medicine                                    Geriatric Curriculum in a Practice
Noon                                   Tuesday, March 2, 2:15 – 3:15 p.m.          Management Setting                       Implant Dentistry
                                                                                   Tuesday, March 2, 10:30 a.m. –           Members’ Forum
Members’ Forum                         Orthodontics                                noon                                     Tuesday, March 2, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, February 28, 12:15 – 1:15      The Future of Postgraduate Dental
p.m.                                   Programs: Challenges in Determining         Members’ Forum                           Lasers in Dentistry
                                       Standards for Evaluating Applicants         Tuesday, March 2, 12:15 – 1:15 p.m.      Members’ Forum
Operative Dentistry &                  Monday, March 1, 10:15 – 11:45                                                       Monday, March 1, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Biomaterials                           a.m.                                        Prosthodontics
Seal, Remineralize, or Restore: A                                                  Clinical Competencies in                 Legal Issues
Symposium on the Assessment of         Members’ Forum                              Prosthodontics With a Diminishing        Members’ Forum
Best Clinical Practices                Monday, March 1, Noon - 1:00 p.m.           Patient Pool                             Sunday, February 28, 3:45 – 4:45
Monday, March 1, 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.                                                  Tuesday, March 2, 10:15 – 11:45          p.m.
                                       Pediatric Dentistry                         a.m.
Members’ Forum                         Strategic Directions for Dental                                                      Temporomandibular Disorders
Monday, March 1, 3:15 – 4:00 p.m.      and Dental Hygiene Schools in               Members’ Forum                           Predoctoral TMD Curriculum:
                                       an Age of Health Reform: Roles              Tuesday, March 2, Noon – 1:00 p.m.       Content, Teaching, and Assessment
                                       and Responsibilities of Academic                                                     Monday, March 1, 10:15 – 11:45
Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology                                                                                              a.m.
Tobacco Dependence Education: Are      Institutions                                Student Affairs and Financial
We Ready for Change?                   Sunday, February, 28, 10:30 a.m. –          Aid
                                       12:30 p.m.                                                                           Members’ Forum
Monday, March 1, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.                                                  Members’ Forum
                                                                                                                            Monday, March 1, Noon – 1:00 p.m.
                                                                                   Sunday, February 28, 10:30 a.m. –
Members’ Forum                         Seal, Remineralize, or Restore: A           12:30 p.m.
                                       Symposium on the Assessment of                                                       Tobacco-Free Initiatives
Monday, March 1, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
                                       Best Clinical Practices                                                              Strategic Directions for Dental
                                                                                   Eating Disorders - Implications for
                                       Monday, March 1, 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.                                                    and Dental Hygiene Schools in
Oral and Maxillofacial                                                             Clinicians and Dental Educators
                                                                                                                            an Age of Health Reform: Roles
Radiology                                                                          Monday, March 1, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.
                                                                                                                            and Responsibilities of Academic
Inclusion of Cone Beam 3-D Imaging     Members’ Forum
in Dental Education                    Tuesday, March 2, 10:15 – 11:15             SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP                   Sunday, February, 28, 10:30 a.m. –
Monday, March 1, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.      a.m.                                        PROGRAMS AND MEMBERS’                    12:30 p.m.
Members’ Forum                         Periodontics
                                                                                                                            Tobacco Dependence Education: Are
Monday, March 1, 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.      Risk Assessment for Predoctoral             Career Development for the               We Ready for Change?
                                       Periodontics                                New Educator                             Monday, March 1, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.
                                       Sunday, February 28, 10:30 a.m. –           Members’ Forum
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery,
                                       noon                                        Sunday, February, 28, 3:15 p.m. –
Anesthesiology and Hospital                                                                                                 Members’ Forum
Administration                                                                     4:15 p.m.
                                                                                                                            Tuesday, March 2, 10:15 – 11:15 a.m.
The ADA Anesthesia Emergencies         Members’ Forum
Course: Update and Overview            Sunday, February, 28, 12:15 – 1:15          Cariology
Monday, March 1, 1:15 – 2:45 p.m.      p.m.                                        Seal, Remineralize, or Restore: A
                                                                                   Symposium on the Assessment of

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                                                 New Idea Sessions

A New Idea Session allows presenters and participants                   Communication Skills Within an Oral Health Promotion
to explore a newly formed idea. The New Idea Session is                                                               fest
                                                                        Virtual Interprofessional Learning Project SoTL
designed to pique participants’ interest and introduce                  Saturday, February 27
unique, unusual, or innovative ideas.                                   11:30 - 11:55 a.m.
                                                                        Potomac 5
The Assessment and Analysis of Patient Satisfaction Surveys
Using Text Analysis Software                                            The interprofessional dentistry/architecture learning project
                                                                        is an innovative method of teaching skills required for
Tuesday, March 2                                                        successful professional consultancy, teamwork, graphic
10:30 - 10:55 a.m.                                                      media design, public presentation, and promotion of
Potomac 1                                                               community oral health. Dentistry students consulted
A patient satisfaction survey is one aspect of the quality              virtually with architecture peers and created oral health
assurance program designed to solicit feedback regarding                promotion materials in caries management for varied
patient experiences in the school clinic. In assessing                  target audiences. They reviewed literature about caries
feedback, the institution looks to gain insight into a patient's        prevention, target audiences, and design concepts before
attitudes and opinions, in an effort to improve the overall             collaborating on promotional products and educational
delivery of oral health care. A new software program from               materials. Review multidimensional assessment strategies
SPSS, PASW Text Analytics for Surveys, can be utilized to               in this project utilizing a self-assessment of key character
improve the efficiency of assessing and analyzing survey text           strengths to support effective team building, a reflective
responses. The program utilizes natural language processing             learning portfolio, and a formative and summative peer
that will transform unstructured survey data, classifying and           assessment of teamwork, presentation skills, and product
categorizing unstructured comments without having to read               design. Also, review teacher assessment of evidence-based
text responses word for word. The session will highlight                practice, audience analysis, communication skills, and
program features such as how the user can create categories             design elegance. The quality of the learning experience
(or "code frames") more quickly or use pre-built categories.            and effectiveness of assessment strategies were evaluated
                                                                        through both a standardized questionnaire and focus groups
Katherine F. Schrubbe and Frederick J. Sutkiewicz, Marquette
                                                                        of students and teachers.
                                                                        Evelyn L. Howe, University of Sydney; Marc Aurel Schnabel,
Case-Based Student Assessment SoTL                                      Chinese University of Hong Kong
Sunday, February 28
2:00 - 2:25 p.m.                                                        Competency-Based Evaluation of Predental Applicants: Can
Chesapeake 6                                                            Progress in Holistic Admissions Be Measured?
                                                                        Saturday, February 27
Case-based learning and testing experiences for students
                                                                        3:00 - 3:25 p.m.
are meaningful, realistic, challenging, and most importantly,
                                                                        Potomac 5
fun! For students in the preclinical years, case-based material
gives relevance and a needed sense of realism to typodont-              Reforms in health professional school admissions have
based laboratory courses. For more advanced students,                   recently centered on holistic review to assess an applicant's
case-based learning provides opportunities for independent              potential success beyond academic record and standardized
diagnostic fact finding, problem solving, and evaluation of             admissions exams. Presenters will focus on efforts taken at
alternative solutions much like the life situations they will           George Mason University to promote a culture of assessment
face in actual patient care. For all students, case-based               using a competency-based evaluation rubric. The correlation
testing gives faculty the opportunity to assess students on             between applicant holistic ratings assigned by a prehealth
their decision making and thought process rather than their             advisory committee evaluation against admissions decisions
ability to memorize and regurgitate facts.                              (dentistry, allopathic, and osteopathic medicine) will be
Ival G. McDermott, University of Medicine and Dentistry of
New Jersey                                                              Emil T. Chuck, George Mason University

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Domestic Violence, Dentistry, and Theater for Change:                  Karen P. Hein, Dieter J. Schonwetter, and Anthony M. Iacopino,
Experiential Approaches to Teaching Dental Students to                 University of Manitoba
Identify and Intervene in Domestic Violence SoTLfest
                                                                       The Key to Competency-Based Education SoTL
Tuesday, March 2
2:30 - 2:55 p.m.                                                       Tuesday, March 2
National Harbor 13                                                     2:30 - 2:55 p.m.
                                                                       Chesapeake 4-5
While dentists are in a unique position to identify and
intervene in domestic violence, training in this area is not           Case-based clinical simulation competency assessments and
part of the curriculum in many dental schools. The CARES               the accompanying objective evaluative criteria that serve as
program at University at Buffalo, in conjunction with a local          a grading rubric have been used to determine competence
domestic violence shelter and Theater for Change, a theater            in the skills of management of malocclusion and skeletal
company that seeks to educate people about social issues,              problems at New York University (NYU) College of Dentistry
have designed a unique program in which dental students                since 2001. Although the assessment and the grading
actively participate in role plays with actors. The actors,            standards have not changed, the course that supports
trained in domestic violence issues, play victims, family              these competencies has evolved in response to external and
members, and colleagues, while dental students practice                internal factors. This presentation will look at the relationship
interventions and interviewing skills. The students receive            between the assessment and the learning process. Ways that
feedback from professionals in the field and from the actors           assessments have been used to direct instructional targets
who play the victims. Unlike other programs, this approach             and to monitor student achievement and instructional
allows students to address emotional issues that arise, as well        effectiveness will be explored. Assessment data from 2001
as to actually practice the skills needed to work effectively          to 2009 will be presented.
with this population. Research on this pilot program will be           Mitchell J. Lipp, New York University
Joan M. Doris and Britt Holdaway, University at Buffalo                The Leadership Academy: Establishing a Culture of
                                                                       Leadership in Health Professions Education
Exploring Trends on the Inclusion of Oral-Systemic Health              Sunday, February 28
in Curricula of Undergraduate Medicine, Nursing, and                   3:00 - 3:25 p.m.
Pharmacy in English-Speaking Universities SoTL  fest
                                                                       National Harbor 7
Tuesday, March 2                                                       To promote a culture of leadership, Wichita State University's
11:30 - 11:55 a.m.                                                     College of Health Professions created a Leadership
Potomac 1                                                              Academy for the purpose of providing faculty and staff
There is growing acceptance that all health care providers             with opportunities to exercise leadership in a challenging
should contribute to enhancing oral health. There is also              adaptive environment. The intent of the Academy is to
increased awareness that among nondental health care                   reinforce, recognize, and reward faculty and staff work for
providers there may be a lack of adequate knowledge                    advancing the goals and strategic vision of the college. After
regarding the interrelationships between oral and overall              serving a year-long fellowship, Academy fellows become
health, or recognition of the significance of oral health in           senior coaches and mentors for incoming fellows. Academy
achieving and sustaining general health outcomes. We do                fellows experience a two-and-a-half day orienting program
not have a clear understanding of the magnitude of this                in adaptive leadership and meet weekly throughout the
knowledge gap. This study utilized an online survey to poll            year to reinforce and practice these concepts. Ultimately,
academic deans to explore the importance, utility, adequacy,           Academy fellows are expected to exercise leadership across
obstacles, and depth and breadth of information related to             existing factions within the college and university to address
oral-systemic health currently being taught in undergraduate           adaptive challenges. In the first three years, 22 fellows have
curricula of medical, pharmacy, and nursing schools in English-        been accepted into the Leadership Academy; over time, a
speaking universities of four geographic areas. Deficiencies           critical mass of faculty and staff should be poised to promote
in curricula regarding oral health and obstacles to integration        adaptive leadership work.
were identified. This information provides important insight
into educational reform related to oral health advocated by            Peter A. Cohen and Rosalind R. Scudder, Wichita State
government and various professional organizations.                     University

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Make It Real: Learning Activities Utilized in a Prevention              Wednesday, March 3
Course to Guide Development of Critical Thinking Skills                 11:15 - 11:40 a.m.
Wednesday, March 3                                                      Chesapeake K-L
10:00 - 10:25 a.m.                                                      In today's dynamic dental environment, a database of
National Harbor 5                                                       multidimensional summarized HIPAA-compliant clinical
Dental and dental hygiene educators are challenged to                   transactions and a custom online analytical process would
incorporate meaningful classroom learning activities that               be valuable. These techniques are used in other industries
focus on critical decision making skills. This idea session             to visualize data and patterns for decision making and
will describe multiple learning approaches employed in a                knowledge accumulation. We have designed a prototype
prevention course to simulate real patient care situations              program that selects students based on experience needs
that encourage student analysis and decision making. These              to facilitate improved efficiency of patient assignment
learning approaches can be applied to many courses to                   and tracking of student progress toward meeting clinical
better develop students' clinical reasoning skills and promote          requirements. This model will use axiUM databases and
active learning. Learning strategies include patient case               reports to match students with patients, considering student
studies, in-class group problem-solving activities, hands-on            progress, patient needs, required treatment time, and clinical
sessions, technological resources, and novel assignments.               time available. These needed functions directly support the
At the completion of this session participants will be able             patient assignment process and other clinical programs, such
to describe strategies to easily and successfully incorporate           as evidence-based curriculum improvement, dental research,
patient cases into an existing lecture-based course, identify           and writing of grant applications.
multiple electronic educational resources to enhance in-class           Melanie Mayberry, Amanullah Dada, and Nahid Kashani,
learning activities, develop clinical questions that effectively        University of Detroit Mercy
guide student small group discussions, and describe two
course assignments that help students integrate and apply               Research and Public Health Education Opportunities Using
course information.                                                     the UTHSCSA Online Patient Screening Website
Laura Manning-Lee, Durinda J. Mattana, and Kathi R.                     Wednesday, March 3
Shepherd, University of Detroit Mercy                                   8:30 - 8:55 a.m.
                                                                        Chesapeake K-L
Making Skills in Analyzing a Clinically Relevant Research
                                                                        Understand the University of Texas Health Science Center at
Article a Mandatory Competency for All U.S. Dental Schools
                                                                        San Antonio (UTHSCSA) Online Patient Screening website
Saturday, February 27                                                   and how it can be used to advance the health of the
2:00 - 2:25 p.m.                                                        community. The website has processed over 9,000 requests
Potomac 5                                                               for screening in the last 24 months. The data that are
In 2010, well into the era of evidence-based dentistry, is              accumulated may allow researchers to determine if patients
it unprofessional—as well as unethical—for U.S. dental                  can accurately assess their own dental needs. It may help to
schools to graduate dentists who lack the skills necessary to           determine where patients get health care information and
analyze a clinically relevant research article? Questions will          whether information from the website helps patients make
be posed to the audience to generate discussion and debate.             informed decisions about personal health care. The website
Anecdotally, it appears that very few U.S. dental schools               is also being used to recruit patients for dental studies and
currently teach this skill at a level allowing it to be cited           to match students with a need for experience with a patient
as a competency for their graduates. Discussions will also              who has a need for treatment.
center on delineating "the needed depth of teaching" and                Joseph P. Connor, University of Texas Health Science Center
"level of student skills" and the concept of a "mandatory               at San Antonio
competency" that appears to fly in the face of current
concepts underlying the accreditation process.                          Steps Toward Lifelong Learning at NYU College of Dentistry
                                                                        Postgraduate Orthodontics SoTL fest
Ralph V. Katz, New York University
                                                                        Monday, March 1
Optimizing Student-Patient Assignment: An Approach to                   11:30 - 11:55 a.m.
Real-Time Tracking                                                      Chesapeake 7

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Developing skills for lifelong learning is an important                     quick behind-the-scenes view of the infrastructure of this
objective throughout the educational experience. Explore                    tool will be followed by a demonstration of the ability to
the changes introduced in academic methodology in the                       search curriculum by keyword and competency, sequence
postgraduate orthodontics residency program at New York                     objectives by year, search for assessments by competency,
University (NYU) College of Dentistry with the purpose of                   and link course syllabi or course directors to searches for
solidifying the principle. Evidence-based tools and methods                 easy reference.
were used with the objectives of developing relevant and
                                                                            Frederick J. Sutkiewicz, Marquette University
searchable questions, exposing students to a variety of
information sources, and applying critical appraisal skills to              Use of an Innovative Tool to Develop Test Items and
establish relevance and applicability of the results.                       Generate a Test Blueprint SoTLfest
Analia Keenan, Silvia Spivakovsky, George J. Cisneros, and                  Wednesday, March 3
Olivier Nicolay, New York University                                        10:00 - 10:25 a.m.
                                                                            Chesapeake K-L
Transformation of a Clinical Assessment System: Involving
All Faculty as Stakeholders SoTLfest                                        This presentation describes an innovative computer tool for
                                                                            test construction and banking and the use of Test Blueprint
Tuesday, March 2
                                                                            for student study guides.
10:30 - 10:55 a.m.
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A revision of the clinical assessment system of the University of           Web-Based Self Learning and Assessment Program: A
Puerto Rico School of Dental Medicine was initiated in 2007.                                                                 fest
                                                                            Bridge to Patient Care in Pediatric Dentistry SoTL
A pilot project has been implemented in the Comprehensive
Clinical Course for senior students. The assessment methods                 Sunday, February 28
for this course are trimestral clinical evaluations, an e-portfolio,        11:30 - 11:55 a.m.
a productivity component, and competency examinations.                      Potomac 3
The trimestral evaluations are based on the 13 competencies                 Traditional text-and-lecture format present challenges
of the curriculum. The e-portfolio includes patient cases, a                to preparing students for patient care. These challenges
research component, a reflective self-assessment, and an                    include motivating students, generating participation in
oral presentation. The competency examinations include                      lectures, subject retention, and critical thinking. Combining
various assessment methods.                                                 the advantages of a school-based intranet with web-
Wilda Guzman, Jose R. Matos, and Nilda M. Sanchez,                          based testing software provides a dynamic platform for
University of Puerto Rico                                                   curriculum development, student learning, critical thinking,
                                                                            and preparation for patient care through self-assessment.
Use of a Relational Database for Curriculum Evaluation                      The Department of Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry
                                                                            at Stony Brook University has developed a program that
Monday, March 1
                                                                            compels dental students prepare for lectures and patient
10:30 - 10:55 a.m.
                                                                            care experiences. Students can self-assess their knowledge
Chesapeake 7
                                                                            through Blackboard, a web-based self-testing program. The
The traditional dental school curriculum involves a web                     goal of the program is to provide a method for students to
of competencies, objectives, courses, experiences, and                      be active in lectures, learning, and preparation.
assessments. The ability to analyze the curriculum requires
                                                                            Fred S. Ferguson, Stony Brook University
the ability to disaggregate the curriculum by year, term, and
competency. Identifying where specific competencies are
taught, how they are assessed, and the outcomes of those
assessments can lead to effective curriculum management
and planning. Relational databases can include multiple
data sets with common or linked attributes and are ideal
for mapping out the complexity of dental education. The
presenter will share a customized Microsoft Access database
developed at Marquette University School of Dentistry. A

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                                     ADEA Governance Meetings
2009-10 ADEA Board of Directors Meeting                        Sunday, February 28
Saturday, February 27                                          Noon - 1:30 p.m.
8:30 - 11:30 a.m.                                              Fort Washington Boardroom
Potomac 1-2
                                                               ADEA Council of Allied Dental Program Directors Caucus
2009-10 ADEA Board of Directors Meeting                        Wednesday, March 3
Tuesday, March 2                                               9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                               Chesapeake 4-6
Potomac 1-2
                                                               ADEA Council of Deans Administrative Board Meeting
2009-10 ADEA Board of Directors Meeting                        Saturday, February 27
Wednesday, March 3                                             7:00 - 8:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m. - noon                                              Fort Washington Boardroom
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                                                               ADEA Council of Deans Meeting
2010-11 ADEA Board of Directors Meeting                        Saturday, February 27
Wednesday, March 3                                             1:00 - 3:30 p.m.
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.                                               Chesapeake 1-2
National Harbor 13
                                                               ADEA Council of Deans Meeting
ADEA Corporate Council Administrative Board Meeting            Monday, March 1
Saturday, February 27                                          7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.                                               Potomac 1-2
Potomac 3-4
                                                               ADEA Council of Deans Caucus
ADEA Corporate Council Meeting                                 Wednesday, March 3
Sunday, February 28                                            9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.                                               National Harbor 8
National Harbor 4-5
                                                               ADEA Council of Faculties Administrative Board Meeting
ADEA Corporate Council Meeting                                 Saturday, February 27
Tuesday, March 2                                               1:00 - 1:30 p.m.
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.                                             Chesapeake K-L
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                                                               ADEA Council of Faculties New Members Orientation
ADEA Council of Allied Dental Program Directors                Saturday, February 27
Administrative Board Meeting                                   1:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 27                                          Chesapeake K-L
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Fort Washington Boardroom                                      ADEA Council of Faculties Meeting
                                                               Saturday, February 27
ADEA Council of Allied Dental Program Directors Meeting        2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 27                                          Chesapeake K-L
1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
Fort Washington Boardroom                                      ADEA Council of Faculties Caucus
                                                               Wednesday, March 3
ADEA Council of Allied Dental Program Directors                9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Conference Planning Committee Meeting                          Chesapeake H-I

ADEA Council of Hospitals and Advanced Education             Saturday, February 27
Programs Business Meeting                                    7:30 - 8:30 a.m.
Saturday, February 27                                        Chesapeake 4-6
1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Chesapeake 9                                                 ADEA Council of Students, Residents, and Fellows
ADEA Council of Hospitals and Advanced Education             Saturday, February 27
Programs Business Meeting                                    11:00 a.m. - noon
Sunday, February 28                                          Chesapeake 4-6
12:15 - 1:15 p.m.
Azalea 2                                                     ADEA Council of Students, Residents, and Fellows Meeting
                                                             Saturday, February 27
ADEA Council of Hospitals and Advanced Education             1:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Programs Caucus                                              Chesapeake 4-6
Wednesday, March 3
9:00 - 11:00 a.m.                                            ADEA Council of Students, Residents, and Fellows Meeting
Chesapeake 8-9                                               Sunday, February 28
                                                             10:15 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
ADEA Council of Sections Administrative Board Meeting        Potomac C
Friday, February 26
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                             ADEA Council of Students, Residents, and Fellows Meeting
Fort Washington Boardroom                                    Monday, March 1
                                                             12:30 - 3:00 p.m.
ADEA Council of Sections Meeting                             Potomac C
Saturday, February 27
12:30 - 3:30 p.m.                                            ADEA Council of Students, Residents, and Fellows Meeting
National Harbor 11                                           Tuesday, March 2
                                                             10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
ADEA Council of Sections New Officer Orientation             Potomac D
Tuesday, March 2
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                             ADEA Council of Students, Residents, and Fellows Caucus
Chesapeake 6                                                 Wednesday, March 3
                                                             9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
ADEA Council of Sections Administrative Board Meeting        Chesapeake D-F
Wednesday, March 3
7:00 - 8:00 a.m.                                             ADEA Reference Committee Hearing on Association Policy
Fort Washington Boardroom                                    Monday, March 1
                                                             2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
ADEA Council of Sections Caucus                              Potomac 3
Wednesday, March 3
8:00 - 10:00 a.m.                                            ADEA Reference Committee Meeting on Association Policy
National Harbor 6-7                                          (By invitation only)
                                                             Monday, March 1
ADEA Council of Sections Administrative Board Meeting        3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday, March 3                                           Potomac 1
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Fort Washington Boardroom                                    ADEA Reference Committee Hearing on Administrative
ADEA Council of Students, Residents, and Fellows             Tuesday, March 2
Administrative Board Meeting                                 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
                                                             Potomac 1
ADEA Reference Committee Meeting on Administrative                  • Examine guidelines in two case studies, involving the start
Affairs (By invitation only)                                          of a new dental school and leading a significant curricular
Tuesday, March 2                                                      change effort at an established school with a traditional
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.                                                      curriculum.
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                                                                    Jack Dillenberg, Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health;
       ADEA Leadership Institute                                    Patrick J. Ferrillo, Jr., University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni
                                                                    School of Dentistry; Charles Shuler, University of British
ADEA Leadership Institute Alumni Association Meeting (By            Columbia
invitation only)
Friday, February 26                                                 ADEA Leadership Institute Reception for the Class of 2011
8:00 a.m. – noon                                                    (By invitation only)
Potomac 4                                                           Sunday, February 28
                                                                    6:15 - 7:45 p.m.
ADEA Leadership Institute Orientation (By invitation only)          Potomac 1
Friday, February 26
1:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                                    ADEA Leadership Institute Alumni Association (ADEA LIAA)
Potomac 5-6                                                         Education Program (By invitation only)
                                                                    Monday, March 1
ADEA Leadership Institute Commencement Reception (By                2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
invitation only)                                                    National Harbor 11
Friday, February 26
6:00 - 7:15 p.m.                                                                       ADEA Meetings
Chesapeake 1-6 Foyer
                                                                    AClient Steering Committee
ADEA Leadership Institute Commencement Dinner (By                   Monday, March 1
invitation only)                                                    3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Friday, February 26                                                 Chesapeake A-B
7:15 - 9:00 p.m.
Chesapeake 1-3                                                      AClient Users Group Meeting
                                                                    Monday, March 1
ADEA Signature Series: Leading and Assessing New Models             11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
of Dental Education (Ticketed event)                                Chesapeake 1
Saturday, February 27
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.                                               ADEA AADSAS Task Force
Chesapeake E-F                                                      Tuesday, March 2
                                                                    1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Engage with three deans who have led major change efforts           Chesapeake 6
at their dental schools. Change efforts range from the start
of a new dental school with a nontraditional curriculum, to         ADEA Allied Dental Faculty Salary Survey Meeting
problem-based learning, to innovations at a well-established        Sunday, February 28
school with a traditional curriculum.                               5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
                                                                    National Harbor 7
Learning Objectives:
                                                                    ADEA Annual Session Program Committee Meeting
• Identify challenges to innovation and specific approaches         Friday, February 26
  for addressing these challenges.                                  Noon - 2:00 p.m.
• Assess the outcomes of the deans’ efforts.                        Chesapeake 2
• Apply practical guidelines to lead and assess change and

ADEA Annual Session Program Committee Meeting                  ADEA/Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation Bridging the Gap Grant
Wednesday, March 3                                             Program Meeting (By invitation only)
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.                                               Sunday, February 28
National Harbor 7                                              11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
                                                               National Harbor 3
ADEA ASAP Crew Orientation
Saturday, February 27                                          ADEA Legislative Dinner (Sponsored by Sunstar Americas,
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.                                               Inc.) (By invitation only)
Chesapeake 3                                                   Monday, March 1
                                                               6:30 - 10:00 p.m.
ADEA CAAPID Task Force Meeting                                 Potomac 1
Tuesday, March 2
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                               ADEA/Macy Curriculum Panel Oversight Meeting
Chesapeake 1                                                   Tuesday, March 2
                                                               4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
ADEA Center for Educational Policy and Research (ADEA          National Harbor 15
CEPR) Advisory Committee
Monday, March 1                                                ADEA PASS Task Force Meeting
Noon - 1:30 p.m.                                               Tuesday, March 2
                                                               3:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Potomac 1
                                                               National Harbor 15
ADEA Commission on Change and Innovation in Dental
                                                               ADEA/Sunstar Americas, Inc./Harry W. Bruce, Jr. Legislative
Education (ADEA CCI) Liaisons Meeting
                                                               Fellowship Selection Committee Breakfast (By invitation
Monday, March 1
4:00 - 7:00 p.m.
                                                               Sunday, February 28
Potomac C-D                                                    7:00 - 8:00 a.m.
                                                               Chesapeake 1
ADEA Commission on Change and Innovation in Dental
Education (ADEA CCI) Reception                                 ADEA Women Liaison Officers Breakfast
Monday, March 1                                                Monday, March 1
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.                                               6:30 - 8:00 a.m.
Potomac 5-6                                                    Chesapeake B-C

ADEA Fall Meetings Program Planning Meeting (Staff             ADEAGies/AADR Academic Dental Careers Fellowship
Liaisons and Program Chairs)                                   Program (ADCFP) Fellows and Mentors Training Program
Sunday, February 28                                            Tuesday, March 2
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.                                               Noon – 5:00 p.m.
National Harbor 10                                             Potomac 3-4

ADEA Graduate Dental Hygiene Program Directors Meeting         Wednesday, March 3
Friday, February 26                                            8:00 a.m. – noon
Noon - 5:00 p.m.                                               National Harbor 14
Chesapeake 3
                                                               An orientation for fellow-mentor teams from each school to
ADEA/Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products/Enid A.             the goals, components, and expectations of the ADEA ADCFP
Neidle Scholar-in-Residence Program Selection Committee        Fellowship. Fellows and mentors will learn and practice
Meeting                                                        planning and communication skills pertinent to establishing
Saturday, February 27                                          and maintaining an effective mentor-student relationship.
6:30 - 9:00 a.m.
                                                               An opportunity to practice and discuss key aspects of the
Chesapeake 3
                                                               fellowship, such as interviewing skills, giving and receiving

feedback, teaching best practices for the clinic and classroom,        385 Clickers and CATs: Using Learner Response
and communicating expectations.                                        Systems for Formative Assessments in the
ADEAGies Foundation/AADR Academic Dental Careers                       Charlotte L. Briggs, University of Illinois at Chicago
Fellowship Program (ADEAGies/AADR ADCFP) Fellows and
Mentors Reception (By Invitation Only)                                 396 A Compact Periodontic View or How to Fit
Tuesday, March 2                                                       More When You Are Out of Screen Space
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
                                                                       Gregory G. Zeller and Katherine J. Martin, University of
Chesapeake 3
ADEA's Faculty Surveys: Discussion Group
                                                                       375 Computer-Assisted Organization of Written
Monday, March 1
                                                                       Orthodontic Treatment Records
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
National Harbor 14                                                     Holly Moon, University of Southern California

ADEA's Student Surveys: Discussion Group                               372 Curriculum Management Tool: An Intranet-
Monday, March 1                                                        Based Software Application (ADEA CCI)
3:00 - 4:00 p.m.                                                       Heiko Spallek, Jean A. O'Donnell, and Young Im Yoo,
National Harbor 14                                                     University of Pittsburgh

Journal of Dental Education Editorial Review Board                     386 Developing an Interactive CD in Combination
Monday, March 1                                                        With a Haptic-Based Simulator for Novice Student
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.                                                      Self-Training in Periodontal Probing
Chesapeake F                                                           Arnold D. Steinberg, Milos Zefran, Maxim Kolesnikov, and
                                                                       Seema S. Ashrafi, University of Illinois at Chicago
MedEdPORTAL Advisory Board
Sunday, February 28                                                    391 Development of an Oral Health Research
Noon - 1:00 p.m.                                                       Repository Using I2B2
Chesapeake 1                                                           Muhammad F. Walji and Andrew Tran, University of Texas
                                                                       Health Science Center at Houston; Elsbeth Kalenderian,
                 ADEA TechExpo                                         Harvard School of Dental Medicine; Paul Stark, Tufts
                                                                       University; Joel White, University of California, San Francisco
All ADEA TechExpo events occur on Monday, March 1, 2010,
and are located in Prince George’s Exhibit Hall D-E from 1:00          376 Hand-held Devices in Dental Education
to 3:00 p.m.
                                                                       Bruce B. Fogel, University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni
For abstracts, please see the February 2009 issue of the               School of Dentistry
Journal of Dental Education. Events are listed alphabetically.
                                                                       395 Implementation of an Enterprise Level
379 Animation of Immediate Mandibular Lateral                          Electronic Patient Record System and PACS to
Translation in 2-D                                                     Support Remote Clinics
Chi D. Tran, Daniel M. Castagna, University of the Pacific             Gary F. Guest and S. Brent Dove, University of Texas Health
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry                                   Science Center at San Antonio
384 Biopsy Service Consultations by Internet                           378 Improving Formative Assessment of Dental
Videoconferencing                                                      Students During Lectures Using a Class Response
Roger E. Johansen, David Bolger, and Joseph Rinaggio,                  Systems (Turning Point)
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey                     Carlos H. Barrero and Ricardo J. Padilla, University of North
                                                                       Carolina at Chapel Hill

387 Improving Student Skills in Preparation Design                 Ranier M. Adarve and Margaret Purdy, University of
of Inlays and Onlays Utilizing CAD/CAM Technology                  Minnesota
James J. Apltauer, Steven K. Mark, Martine Mandracchia, and
                                                                   392 The Use of Dental Video Demonstration
David Hershkowitz, New York University
                                                                   for Teaching Class III and Class IV Composite
381 Novel and Strategic Partnering of Academic,                    Preparation and Restorations
Non-Profit, and Corporate Organizations: Creation                  Charlotte L. Briggs, Courtney C. Lamb, Ana K. Bedran-Russo,
of an Abuse and Neglect Webinar for Dental                         Adriana C. Semprum-Clavier, and Marsha A. Babka, University
Professionals                                                      of Illinois at Chicago
Sheryl L. Syme, University of Maryland; Noel S. Paschke,
                                                                   373 Using Computer-Assisted Learning to Enhance
Philips Oral Healthcare, Inc.; Susan M. Camardese, Mid-
                                                                   Periodontal Preclinical Instruction
Atlantic P.A.N.D.A. Coalition
                                                                   Joy B. Osborn, University of Minnesota
394 Off-Site Data Collection Without Knowing
HTML: Develop Your Own Web Application for                         380 Utilization of Digital Pen Technology to Write
Tracking and Evaluating Community-Based                            Effectively Dental Laboratory Prescriptions in an
Educational Experiences                                            Academic Dental Setting
Lea Alexander, University of Illinois at Chicago                   Carlos H. Barrero, University of North Carolina at Chapel
383 A Portfolio of Assessment of Student Learning
                                                                   374 Your Smart Phone: A Peripheral Brain to
Wanda J. Cloet, Central Community College
                                                                   Support Clinical Care and Student Teaching
382 Saving Time and Resources in the Creation of                   Joseph C. Whitt, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Block Assignments for Dental Students
Katherine J. Martin, University of Maryland
393 A Search Engine to Optimize Student-Patient
Assignment Using Job Shop Scheduling Techniques                    For abstracts (except Works in Progress), please see the
Nahid Kashani, Amanullah Dada, Melanie Mayberry, and               February 2009 issue of the Journal of Dental Education.
Charles A. Laird, University of Detroit Mercy                      The Student Poster competition is sponsored by DENTSPLY
                                                                   International, Inc. Posters are listed alphabetically.
388 Seeing Is Believing: Using Videotapes for
Assessment of Communication Skills                                 Categories:
Ivy D. Peltz, Eric S. Studley, and Aneta Wojick, New York          (E) Educational Research
University                                                         (N) New Programs
                                                                   (S) Student
389 The Technology-Infused Dental Hygiene                          (W) Works in Progress
Program: Empowering Faculty Instruction and
Enhancing Student Learning                                         Monday, March 1; Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Jeffrey Smith and Jacquelyne L. Mack, Florida Community            355 Active Learning and Self-Assessment for
College at Jacksonville                                            Effective and Efficient Teaching and Learning in a
                                                                   Behavioral Interactions Course (S)
377 A 3-Dimensional Interactive Virtual Reality
                                                                   Dolores Cannella and Jacqueline Wilks Nelson, Stony Brook
Learning System for Oral Radiology
Paul Brown, Standford University

390 Use of Concept Mapping Tool as an Advance
Organizer for Treatment Procedures in Fixed
349 The Accuracy of Electronic Billing Data When                     242 Assessing Dental Hygiene Students'
Compared to a Written Patient Record (S)                             Communication Skills (E)
Aisha Akhtar, Jimmy Duong, Kenneth L. Allen, and Mark S.             Andrea Beall and Cheryl M. Westphal, New York University
Wolff, New York University
                                                                     366 Assessing Oral Hygiene Habits of Recovering
360 Adapting the ADCFP to an Interprofessional                       Meth Users (E)
Academic Careers Program at the University of                        Jessica Flanigan, University of California, San Francisco;
Kentucky: A Student's Perspective (S)                                Marsha A. Cunningham, Merideth Smith, Sandra Guzman-
Adam K. Reynolds, University of Kentucky                             Armstrong, and Teresa A. Marshall, University of Iowa

345 Admissions Prerequisite Courses of U.S. and                      342 Assessing Professional Education in the Care
Canadian Dental Schools (S)                                          of Patients With Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Anu Nellissery and Edward A. Thibodeau, University of                and Intellectual Disabilities in U.S. Dental Hygiene
Connecticut                                                          Programs (E)
                                                                     Christine A. Dominick, Kamila K. Kazmierczak, Mary E. Foley,
315 Advancements in Student Mentoring (W)                            Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Becky Smith, Joseph W. Parkinson, and Pamela R. Overman,
University of Missouri-Kansas City                                   341 Assessing Trends in Teaching Dental Students
                                                                     Gross Anatomy and Neuroanatomy: Survey
213 An Assessment of Core Values Among Dental                        Results From North American Basic Science Course
Students and Comparison to the ADA Principles of                     Directors (W)
Ethics (E)                                                           Dorothy Burk, University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School
Charles Janus and Mary Baechle, Virginia Commonwealth                of Dentistry, H. Wayne Lambert, West Virginia University; Lisa
University                                                           M. Lee, The Ohio State University

250 Analysis of Productivity and Error Source in the                 208 Assessment of Biomedical Science Content
Delivery of Fixed and Removable Dental Prostheses (E)                Acquisition Performance Through PBL Group
                                                                     Interaction (E)
Lance C. Ramp, Perng-Ru Liu, and Robert L. Meador, Jr.,
University of Alabama at Birmingham                                  Laura M. Romito, Indiana University

238 Assessing Change in Perceptions Toward                           218 Blogging: A Preliminary Framework for
Persons With Intellectual Disabilities After                         Implementing and Assessing Reflective Learning in
Participation in Special Olympics' Healthy Athletes                  Clinical Education (E)
Venues (E)                                                           Ann O’Kelley Wetmore, Eastern Washington University;
Jacqueline J. Freudenthal, Linda D. Boyd, and Rick D. Tivis,         Denise M. Bowen, Linda D. Boyd, and Robin Pattilo, Idaho
Idaho State University                                               State University

203 Assessing Course Outcomes: A Survey of                           255 Calibration of First-Year Periodontal Residents
Methods (E)                                                          for Clinical Attachment Levels (E)
David W. Chambers, Lynn G. Beck, Philip M. Buchanan, and             Angelo J. Mariotti, Binnaz Leblebicioglu, Dimitris Tatakis,
Richard G. Lubman, University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni        Lewis J. Claman, The Ohio State University; Nabil Beaini,
School of Dentistry                                                  University of Kentucky

351 Assessing Dental Hygiene and Nursing                             207 A Case-Based Learning Model in Oral and
Students' Perceptions of Interdisciplinary Practice:                 Maxillofacial Radiology (E)
A Community-Based Geriatric Rotation (S)                             Cynthia C. Gadbury-Amyot, University of Missouri-Kansas City;
Karen M. Portillo and Merri L. Jones, Idaho State University;        Vandana Kumar, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Michael Greenwich, Community College of Southern
236 Comparison of a Conventional and Partial                          William P. Lundergan, Deborah J. Horlak, Lucinda J. Lyon, and
Credit Multiple-Choice Case-Based Clinical                            Paula D. Watson, University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni
Competency Examination in Periodontics (E)                            School of Dentistry
Bradley L. Phillips, Grishondra Branch-Masy, Harlan J. Shiau,
                                                                      364 Dental Hygiene Student Service Learning,
Mark A. Reynolds, and Mary Aichelmann-Reidy, University of
                                                                      Assessment of Future Intentions for Civic
                                                                      Engagement: A Pilot Study (S)
201 Comparison of Current Treatment Methodology                       Brenda L. Armstrong, University of Minnesota
of Periapical Surgery Performed by Endodontists
and Oral Maxillofacial Surgeons in Kentucky (E)                       347 Dentists in Community Health Centers: Dental
                                                                      Education, Professional Attitudes, Behavior, and
Bradley L. Phillips, Grishondra Branch-Masy, Harlan J. Shiau,
                                                                      Challenges (S)
Mark A. Reynolds, and Mary Aichelmann-Reidy, University of
Maryland                                                              Crystal E. Rosser, Marilyn W. Woolfolk, Marita R. Inglehart,
                                                                      University of Michigan
204 Comparison of Faculty Attitudes, Perceptions, and
Experiences With Incivility in Dental Education (E)                   365 Developing an Impact Assessment Tool for
                                                                      Community-Based Clinical Educational Experiences (S)
Michael L. Rowland, University of Louisville
                                                                      Canise Y. Bean, Hilary A. Soller, and Sue Choi, The Ohio
228 A Comparison of Radiographic Intraoral                            State University
Devices on Psychomotor Skill Performance (E)
                                                                      252 Development and Implementation of
Jennifer L. Brame and Sally M. Mauriello, University of North
                                                                      Evaluation Rubric in Preclinical Course: Students'
Carolina at Chapel Hill
                                                                      Perception (E)
254 Correlation of Dental Hygiene MBTI Learning                       Ranier M. Adarve, University of Minnesota
Styles and Graduating GPA (E)
                                                                      357 Development of Handouts to Facilitate
Judy A. Kwapis-Jaeger and Margaret E. Coleman, University
                                                                      Communication of Dietary Recommendations by
of Detroit Mercy
                                                                      Students to Patients (S)
206 Curricular Guidelines for Undergraduate Dental                    Jane E. Vu, Mike F. Finkelstein, and Teresa A. Marshall,
Courses in Brazil: The Challenge of Including the                     University of Iowa
Brazilian Reality in the Dentists' Formation (E)
                                                                      The Diversity Initiatives and Efforts of Dental
Antonio Carlos Frias, Carlos Botazzo, Celso Zilbovicius, Maria
                                                                      Institutions to Recruit and Retain Underrepresented
Ercilia Araujo, and Simone R. Junqueira, Sao Paulo State
                                                                      Minority Students
                                                                      Evelyn O. Lucas-Perry, University of Michigan; Jeanne C.
235 Dental Educators' Perceptions and Reporting                       Sinkford, W. David Brunson, ADEA
Practices of Academic Dishonesty (E)
                                                                      240 The Effect of a Multimedia Learning
Kelly Muhney and Patricia R. Campbell, Baylor College of
                                                                      Environment on the Knowledge, Skill, and Attitude
                                                                      of Dental Hygiene Students (E)
222 Dental Faculty and Fourth-Year Student                            Cynthia A. Stegeman, Raymond Walters College
Attitudes on Access to Care and Alternate
Workforce Models in Medicine and Dentistry (E)                        220 Effect of Dental School Faculty Teaching the
                                                                      Periodontal Systemic Connection to Medical School
David G. Dunning, University of Nebraska Medical Center;
                                                                      Students: A Pilot Study (E)
Mer N. Aksu, University of Detroit Mercy
                                                                      Edward P. Heinrichs, John F. Mahoney, and Pouran Famili,
258 Dental Hygiene Student Participation in a                         University of Pittsburgh
Toothbrush Wear Comparison Study and the
Assessment of Their Learning About Research (E)

361 The Effectiveness of Student Research Group                          216 Improving Operative Dentistry Practical Skills
"Get Acquainted" Luncheon: Evaluation as a Tool to                       Using Self-Assessment (E)
Stimulate Student Research (S)                                           Jenny Good and Lorna E. Dysart, Queen’s University Belfast
Choi Doyoung, Gerald Hobbs, Peter Ngan, and Richard Crout,
West Virginia University                                                 226 Incoming Dental Student Expectations of an
                                                                         Electronic Textbook Program (E)
249 Evaluating Outcomes for The School of Dental                         Darlene P. Brunet, Elizabeth A. Strother, John R. Gallo, III, and
Hygiene, Dalhousie University (E)                                        Michael L. Bates, Louisiana State University
Amber L. LeBlanc, Cara L. Tax, Nancy R. Neish, and Peggy J.
Maillet, Dalhousie University                                            241 Infant Oral Health Education Program for
                                                                         Parents (E)
224 Evaluation of Composite Resin Materials: A                           Amy Kebriaei and Fouad S. Salama, University of Nebraska
Novice Operator's Perspective (E)                                        Medical Center; Mary Balluff, Douglas County Health
Alice Urbankova and Ying Gu, Stony Brook University                      Department; Sheryl Pitner and Vincent Rothe, University of
                                                                         Nebraska Medical Center
215 Examining Peer Assessment in a Didactic Team-
Based Learning Course (E)                                                350 Infant Oral Health Training for Pediatric
Cynthia C. Gadbury-Amyot, Melanie L. Simmer-Beck, and                    Residents (S)
Nancy T. Keselyak, University of Missouri-Kansas City                    Amy Kebriaei, Fouad S. Salama, Jessica Tschirren, Sheryl
                                                                         Pitner, and Vincent Rothe, University of Nebraska Medical
233 Exploring Within Group Differences in Student                        Center
Clinical Productivity Measures (E)
Frederick J. Sutkiewicz and Nick J. Shane, Marquette                     221 Initial Clinical Result of Retrospective Study
University                                                               From a Predoctoral Implant Education Program (E)
                                                                         Damian J. Lee, University of Illinois at Chicago
362 Facebook: How Can Social Networks Enhance
and Support Student Admissions? (S)                                      359 An Integrated Clinical Case Presentation Model
Lynn A. Johnson and Miquala S. Branklin, University of                   Involving Students From All Four Years of Dental
Michigan                                                                 School (S)
                                                                         Andrew I. Spielman, Jin Wang, Mark S. Wolff, Morey J.
243 Five-Year Changes in ADA Survey of Accredited                        Gendler, and Sirisha Chitlu, New York University
Dental Hygiene Programs (E)
Cheryl M. Westphal, Eva M. Lupovici, Judy Kreismann, Lisa B.             225 An Integrated Dental Service Learning Clinical
Stefanou, and Rosemary Hays, New York University                         Programs Impact on Dental Students (E)
                                                                         David Wayne and Kathleen Mathieson, Arizona School of
368 Gender Disparities in Academic Dentistry,                            Dentistry and Oral Health; Kneka Smith, University of New
Authorship, and Leadership in the Last 22 Years (E)                      England Westbrook; Michelle L. Gross-Panico and Wayne W.
Judy Chia-Chun Yuan, University of Illinois at Chicago                   Cottam, Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health

348 Gender Disparities in Prosthodontics: Authorship                     212 Integration of Pharmacology Into a Dental
and Leadership, 13 Years of Observation (S)                              School's Problem-Based Learning Curriculum (E)
Suchada Kongkiatkamon, University of Illinois at Chicago                 Karen S. Gregson, Laura M. Romito, and Lawrence P. Garetto,
                                                                         Indiana University
210 Improvement of Patient Care by Tracking
Completion of Endodontic Procedures in a Dental                          311 Integration of Tobacco Cessation Efforts for the
School (E)                                                               Dental Practitioner (W)
Lisa E. Itaya and Richard E. Fredekind, University of the Pacific        Arden G. Christen, L. Jack Windsor, Laura M. Romito, Lorinda
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry                                     L. Coan, and Melinda L. Meadows, Indiana University

230 Investigating Faculty Satisfaction Indicators (E)                 244 Personality Styles of Dental Hygiene Educators
Paula N. O’Neill and Sheila H. Koh, University of Texas Health        and First-Year Dental Hygiene Students (E)
Science Center at Houston                                             Cheryl M. Westphal, Eva M. Lupovici, Judy Kreismann, Lisa B.
                                                                      Stefanou, and Rosemary Hays, New York University
354 Leadership Development Programs and
Opportunities in U.S. Dental Schools (S)                              219 Podcasts Versus Transcripts: A Comparison of
Alex Mellion and Kristin Z. Victoroff, Case School of Dental          Learning Methodologies (E)
Medicine                                                              Kenneth L. Allen and Ralph V. Katz, New York University

285 The New Dental Therapist: Creating a                              217 Portraits of Change: Exemplars of Excellence in
Professional Identity (N)                                             Teaching and the Use of Adult Learning Principles (E)
Christine M. Blue and Naty Lopez, University of Minnesota             Jennifer B. McCants and Michael L. Rowland, University of
369 Offering Different Paths to Similar Places:
Assessing Personalized Assignments in Dental                          352 Preliminary Perspective of Dental and Dental
Education (S)                                                         Hygiene Externship Programs: Initial Framing of Key
Gillian M. Gerhard, Jolanta Aleksejuniene, and Karen M.               Student Externship Experiences (S)
Gardner, University of British Columbia                               Dieter J. Schonwetter, Doug J. Bothwell, Hubert Benitez, Laura
                                                                      MacDonald, and Tracy Kolson, University of Manitoba
363 An Oral Health Education Program and Protocol
for Medical Staff and Patients (S)                                    318 Protocol for Assessing Curricular Change (W)
Jarshen Lin and Stephanie E. Rashewsky, Harvard School of             (ADEA CCI)
Dental Medicine                                                       B. Ellen Byrne and Sharon K. Lanning, Virginia Commonwealth
346 Orthodontic Care and Pain: Dental Education
and Providers' Professional Behavior (S)                              234 Publication Bias and Its Implications for
Airton O. Arruda, Marita R. Inglehart, and Neha D. Shah,              Evidence-Based Clinical Decision Making (E)
University of Michigan                                                Charlotte L. Briggs, Christopher G. Engeland, and John M.
                                                                      Crawford, University of Illinois at Chicago
256 Patient Satisfaction Survey of Single Tooth
Implant Restorations Performed by Predoctoral                         353 Recording Blood Pressure: The Dental Students'
and Postgraduate Students at Baylor College of                        Point of View (S)
Dentistry (E)                                                         Jill S. Carson and Joan E. Kowolik, Indiana University
Diane J. Flint, Francisco Rivera-Hidalgo, Margaret, Susan
Roshan, and Takashi Komabayashi, Baylor College of                    232 Relationships Between Dental Students'
Dentistry                                                             Personality Types and Learning Preferences (E)
                                                                      Muhammad F. Walji, Paula N. O’Neill, and Raymond G.
237 Patient Screening Policies for Undergraduate                      Koeppen, University of Texas Health Science Center at
Dental Student Patient Care at U.S. Dental Schools (E)                Houston
Betty C. Shynett, Deborah R. Franklin, Lisa P. Thomas,
Matthew Seals, and Stephen A. Jessee, University of Texas             257 Second Life as an Educational Medium for
Health Science Center at Houston                                      Dental Hygiene (E)
                                                                      Carol Naylor and Kami M. Hanson, Weber State University
343 Peer Teaching and Performance on Practical
Anatomy Exams on Dissected Versus Non-dissected
Structures (S)
Andrew R. Philley, Bob Hutchins, and Emet D. Schneiderman,
Baylor College of Dentistry

247 Self-centered or Patient-centered? University                    Georgia S. Dounis, Katherine M. Howard, Marcia M. Ditmyer,
of Manitoba Clinical Communication Skills                            and William O. Dahlke, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Instruments for Patient Feedback and Student Self-
Assessment (E)                                                       227 The Use of Caries Simulated Teeth in Preclinical
                                                                     Operative Dentistry Education: Differences in
Dieter J. Schonwetter, Mickey E. Wener, and Nita Mazurat,
                                                                     Student Performance (E)
University of Manitoba
                                                                     Alice Urbankova and Ann M. Nasti, Stony Brook University
358 Self-determination Theory: An Approach to
Motivating Rampant Caries Patients (S)                               253 The Use of Dental Video Demonstration
                                                                     for Teaching Class III and Class IV Composite
Kevin D. Dow, University of Iowa
                                                                     Preparation and Restorations (E)
344 Specialists' Attitudes and Behavior Toward                       Charlotte L. Briggs, Courtney C. Lamb, George W. Knight,
Patients With Autism Spectrum Disorder: Does                         Phillip T. Marucha, and Priscilla Chang, University of Illinois
Dental or Dental Hygiene Education Matter? (S)                       at Chicago
Marita R. Inglehart, Robert A. Bagramian, and Taryn N. Weil,
                                                                     223 The Use of Haptic Technology to Predict
University of Michigan
                                                                     Manual Dexterity and Preclinic Operative Dentistry
245 Student Experiences of the International                         Performance (E)
Dentist Degree Program: Program Assessment at                        Alice Urbankova and Steven P. Engebretson, Stony Brook
the University of Manitoba (E)                                       University
Dieter J. Schonwetter, Noriko B. Boorberg, and Vanessa L.            Monday, March 1; 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Swain, University of Manitoba
                                                                     273 The Advanced Technology Clinic in the
239 Sustainability of Professional Development                       Undergraduate Dental School Setting (N)
Initiatives (E)
                                                                     David W. Nunez, Michael J. Lillard, and Paul W. Nelson,
Gail S. Childs, Linda S. Behar-Hornstein, and Randy A. Graff,        Baylor College of Dentistry
University of Florida
                                                                     269 AEGD: A Community-Based Clinical Education
231 Teaching an E-learning Elective Course for                       Program - Beginnings: The University-Community
Dental Students in the College of Dentistry of                       Partnership (N)
Qassim University (E)
                                                                     Charles R. Fox, Dexter A. Woods, Peter A. Cohen, Wichita
Iyad Abou Rabii, Qassim University                                   State University

306 Teaching Motivational Interviewing Skills to                     284 Assessing Students Perceptions of Conducting
Dental Hygiene Students: Using Objective Self-                       an Accumulative Final Examinations in an Eight-
Awareness as a Teaching Tool (N)                                     Hour Format Comparable to the National Board (N)
Anne E. Gwozdek, Christine Klausner, Janet S. Kinney, and            Gail Aamodt and Kelli Shaffer, Pacific University
Marita R. Inglehart, University of Michigan
                                                                     283 Assessing the Feasibility of an Online
200 Teaching With Technology: Learning Outcomes                      Appointment Screening Form for Patients Seeking
for a Combined Dental and Dental Hygiene Basic                       Treatment at a Dental School Clinic (N)
Science Course (E) (ADEA CCI)
                                                                     Kristine Estes, Muhammad F. Walji, and Sheryl K. Chambers,
Amul H. Singh, Indiana University; Cynthia C. Gadbury-Amyot          University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
and Pamela R. Overman, University of Missouri-Kansas City
                                                                     329 Assessment of a Course Teaching Restorative
229 UNLV School of Dental Medicine ADEA                              Techniques Designed to Mitigate the Transition
Commission on Change and Innovation (ADEA CCI)                       From Preclinical Laboratory to the Clinic Milieu (W)
Initiative: Past, Present, and Future (E) (ADEA CCI)
                                                                     Bina Surti, Jeff P. Miles, Marc J. Geissberger, Philip M.

Buchanan, and Richard G. Lubman, University of the Pacific           260 Class ACTS at NYU: The Advanced Clinical
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry                                 Teaching Scholars Program (N)
                                                                     Maureen McAndrew and William Eidtson, New York
289 Assessment of a Hybrid Live and Online
Histology Course: Facilitating Millennial Students'
Learning (N)                                                         292 Competency Testing for Radiographic
Kathi R. Shepherd and Michelle A. Wheater, University of             Interpretation in a Simulation Clinic Setting (N)
Detroit Mercy                                                        Kenneth Abramovitch and Lisa P. Thomas, University of Texas
                                                                     Health Science Center at Houston
267 Assessment of a Model for Teaching Evidence-
Based Dentistry in a Treatment Planning Course (N)                   281 Curricular Revision at the Southern Illinois
Se-Lim Oh and Ulla Britt Arvidson-Bufano, University of              University School of Dental Medicine (N) (ADEA
Maryland                                                             CCI)
                                                                     Allen Otsuka and Susan E. Rieken, Southern Illinois
282 Assessment of a Predoctoral Clinical Infant Oral
Health Program (N)
Homa Amini, The Ohio State University                                248 Dental and Dental Hygiene Students Motivation
                                                                     to Recruit and Mentor URM and LI High School
300 Assessment of a Unique Faculty In-Service                        Students Into Dental Careers: An Exploration (E)
Program (N)
                                                                     Kenneth B. May, Marilyn W. Woolfolk, Marita R. Inglehart,
Diane C. Hoelscher and Michelle A. Wheater, University of            Stephen J. Stefanac, and Wilhelm A. Piskorowski, University
Detroit Mercy                                                        of Michigan
309 Assessment of Outcomes: Geriatric                                307 The Dental Rounds Curriculum Model
Multidisciplinary Team Competition (N)                               Promotes Critical Thinking Skills and Integrates the
Donna P. Warren-Morris and June M. Sadowsky, University of           Biomedical and Clinical Sciences (N) (ADEA CCI)
Texas Health Science Center at Houston                               Chet A. Smith, Larry Bates, Paul L. Fidel, Sandra C. Andrieu,
                                                                     and Tobias E. Rodriguez, Louisiana State University
290 Building Community in Times of Diversity:
Field Trips During Dental and Dental Hygiene                         268 Dental Students' Community-Based Clinical
Orientations (N)                                                     Experiences Improves Access to Care for
Kenneth B. May, Marilyn W. Woolfolk, and Marita R. Inglehart,        Disadvantaged Populations in New Jersey (N)
University of Michigan                                               Cecile A. Feldman, Jeanette E. DeCastro, Jill A. York, and
                                                                     Kim E. Fenesy, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New
263 Calibration of Dental Hygiene Faculty Prior to                   Jersey
Instrumentation Competency Evaluations (N)
Beverly A. McClure, The Ohio State University                        304 Designing Student Portfolios to Assess the
                                                                     Quality of Student Performance in Dental School
370 Case-Based Assessment in Preclinical                             (N) (ADEA CCI)
Prosthodontics and Treatment Planning (N)                            Frederick J. Sutkiewicz, Gary L. Stafford, Moawia Kassab,
Ival G. McDermott and Reena Varghese, University of                  Sheila E. Stover, and Thomas S. Wirtz, Marquette University
Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
                                                                     280 Developing a Curriculum for the Digital Age (N)
286 Characteristics, Motivations, Attitudes, and                     Eric D. Levine, Gary D. Hack, and Mark D. Macek, University
Values of the First Class of Dental Therapy Program                  of Maryland
at the University of Minnesota (N)
Christine M. Blue and Naty Lopez, University of Minnesota

264 Development of a Comprehensive Data Set of                           278 Implementing a Plan for Online 360-Degree
Information Items for General Dental Record (N)                          Competency-Based Resident Evaluation (N)
Amit Acharya, University of Medicine and Dentistry of                    Larry L. Cunningham, Jr. and Sandra D. Challman, University
New Jersey; Pedro L. Hernandez, University of Puerto Rico;               of Kentucky
Thankam P. Thyvalikakath and Titus K. L. Schleyer, University
of Pittsburgh                                                            301 Innovation in Teaching and Mentoring in a
                                                                         Chairside Assisting Course for First-Year Dental
308 Diabetes and Periodontal Disease: Where Do                           Students (N)
We Stand? (N)                                                            Barry F. Quinn, King's College London Dental Institute;
Analia Keenan, Arlene R. Curry, Debra M. Ferraiolo, Miriam R.            Richard A. Johnson, University of Michigan
Robbins, and Silvia Spivakovsky, New York University
                                                                         274 Introduction of Electric Handpieces Into the
271 Engaging Dental and Dental Hygiene Students                          Dental Curriculum: Assessment of the Maryland
in the Homeless Community (N)                                            Experience (N)
Christine M. Blue and Kimberly S. Johnson, University of                 Gary D. Hack, Katherine J. Martin, Louis G. Depaola, and
Minnesota                                                                Sandy A. Allen, University of Maryland

266 Evaluation of the Learning Experience of CODE                        302 Jesuit Dental School Recruitment Collaborative
Students in the Treatment of Patients With HIV in a                      for Native American Students (N)
Clinical Setting (N)                                                     Brian T. Trecek, Marquette University; Frank J. Ayers and Kelly
Jill A. York, Michael S. Cappuccilli, and Steven Toth, University        A. Gould, Creighton University; Raymond Reyes and Wendy
of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey                                  A. Thompson, Gonzaga University

298 Experiences With a Post Baccalaureate                                305 A New Curriculum Calls for a New D4 Exit
Program: A Five-Year Review (N)                                          Survey (N)
Frank J. Ayers and Neil S. Norton, Creighton University                  Charlotte L. Briggs, University of Illinois at Chicago; Frank
                                                                         W. Licari, Midwestern University; G. William Knight, John
270 Exploring Trends on the Inclusion of Oral-                           M. Crawford, and Philip W. Patston, University of Illinois at
Systemic Health in Curricula of Undergraduate                            Chicago
Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy in English-
Speaking Universities (N)                                                297 A Novel Program of Clinical Mentoring and
Anthony M. Iacopino, Dieter J. Schonwetter, and Karen P.                 Assessment (N)
Hein, University of Manitoba                                             Ken R. Tilashalski and Michael S. McCracken, University of
                                                                         Alabama at Birmingham
261 Going Wild: Dentistry for Animals (N)
Lorie A. Holt, University of Missouri-Kansas City                        272 Oral Health Assessment of the Homeless in
                                                                         Transition Back Into Society (N)
277 The Health & Obesity: Prevention & Education                         Mary N. Partida and Taline D. Infante, University of Texas
(H.O.P.E.) Curriculum Project (N)                                        Health Science Center at San Antonio
Christine Wood, El Camino Pediatrics; Jeannie Huang,
University of California, San Diego; Karen Becerra, San Ysidro           275 A PBL-Hybrid, Case-Based Approach to Teaching
Health Center; Kerri Boutelle, University of California, San             Periodontology With Content-Expert Facilitators
Diego; Parvathi Pokala, Rady Children’s Hospital                         Only (N) (ADEA CCI)
                                                                         Casey Chen and Sandra K. Rich, University of Southern
294 Howard University College of Dentistry 2009                          California
John T. Stubbs, Raymond L. Bernor, Ronald S. Brown, and
Tawana D. Feimster, Howard University

259 The Practicum in Clinical Teaching: A New Peer                     288 Student-Based Donated Dental Care for Women
Teaching Program at NYU College of Dentistry (N)                       Preparing to Enter the Workforce in an Urban
Glenn K. Rochlen, Josephine L. Cheung, and Maureen                     Dental School (N)
McAndrew, New York University                                          Dorie Frank, Mary E. Aichelmann-Reidy, Sara E. Kramer, and
                                                                       Sarah Raymond, University of Maryland
400 A REAL Ace: Measuring Outcomes of a
Community-Based Service Learning Experience in                         303 Summer Enrichment Program for
the CWRU REAL Curriculum (E)                                           Undergraduate Native American Students (N)
Kristin Z. Victoroff, Catherine A. Demko, James A. Lalumandier,        Frank J. Ayers, Kelly A. Gould, and Mark A. Latta, Creighton
Kristin A. Williams, and T. Roma Jasinevicius, Case School of          University
Dental Medicine
                                                                       295 Tools for Effective Knowledge Transfer and
279 Realizing Enhanced Student Interprofessional                       Lifelong Learning: The PEARL- NYU College of
Education Through Clinical Teamwork (RESPECT) (N)                      Dentistry Collaboration (N)
Anthony J. Infante, Lyda Arevalo, Mary N. Partida, and Taline          Analia Keenan and Silvia Spivakovsky, New York University
D. Infante, University of Texas Health Science Center at San
Antonio                                                                367 The Transition of a Traditional Pharmacology
                                                                       Course to an Online Delivery Format: A Pilot Study
371 Restoring Dignity Through Dentistry: NYU                           (E) (ADEA CCI)
College of Dentistry Program for Survivors of                          Cynthia C. Gadbury-Amyot and William G. Brockmann,
Torture (N)                                                            University of Missouri-Kansas City
June Weiss and Steven Resnick, New York University
                                                                       296 The Two-Check System: A New Preclinical
291 Seeing Is Believing: Using Videotapes for                          Teaching System at NYU College of Dentistry (N)
Assessment of Communication Skills (N)                                 Benjamin Godder, Josephine L. Cheung, and Mark S. Wolff,
Eric S. Studley and Ivy D. Peltz, New York University                  New York University

276 Should Alternative Methods for Conducting                          265 Use of an Esthetic Checklist for Treatment
Accreditation Site Visits Be Utilized? (N)                             Planning in a Postdoctoral General Dentistry
Peggy Soeldner, American Dental Association                            Program (N)
                                                                       Joseph Greenberg and Meredith C. Bogert, Maurice H.
293 A Simple Approach to Developing Systems-                           Kornberg School of Dentistry, Temple University
Based D1 Biomedical Science Curriculum (N)
G. William Knight and Charlotte L. Briggs, University of               262 Using Blackboard's Wiki Feature to Implement
Illinois at Chicago; Frank W. Licari, Midwestern University;           a Dental Materials Critical Thinking Project (N)
John M. Crawford and Philip A. Patston, University of Illinois         Daniel W. Boston and Steven R. Jefferies, The Maurice H.
at Chicago                                                             Kornberg School of Dentistry, Temple University

251 Student Assessment of Mentor-Mentee                                299 What a Pain in the Assessment! Using Exams as
Relationship: Toward Developing a Student                              a Teaching Tool (N)
Mentoring Program to Ensure Success in Dental                          Eric S. Studley and Ivy D. Peltz, New York University
School (E)
Naty Lopez, Nicki Cook, and Sara N. Johnson, University of             Tuesday, March 2; 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Minnesota                                                              331 ADEA CCI Project: Creation of an Integrated
                                                                       Learning-Centered Environment to Address
                                                                       Challenges With PBL Delivery (W) (ADEA CCI)
                                                                       W. Leandra Best, Eli M. Whitney, James E. Richardson, and
                                                                       Joanne N. Walton, University of British Columbia

339 Assessing the Impact of Technology Enhanced                       338 Connecting First-Year Dental Students With
Learning (TEL) With Dental Students From Attitudes                    Children in a Local Head Start School: An E-Portfolio
and Beliefs Toward TEL and From Psychometric                          PBL-Based Service Learning Project (W)
Skills (W)                                                            David A. Zahl, Joan E. Kowolik, Melinda L. Meadows, and
Barry F. Quinn, Jonathan P. San Diego, Margaret J. Cox, and           Stuart M. Schrader, Indiana University
Tim Newton, King’s College London Dental Institute
                                                                      335 Dental Grand Rounds Without Walls: Harnessing
325 Achievement of Competency: What's the End                         the Potential of Virtual Worlds (Second Life) (W)
Point? (W) (ADEA CCI)                                                 Bob Hutchins, Baylor College of Dentistry; Mark V. Thomas,
Samuel J. Jasper, University of Kentucky                              Pam A. Stein, and Sandra D. Challman, University of Kentucky;
                                                                      William F. Wathen, Baylor College of Dentistry
340 Assessing the Impact of Librarian Rotation
Through PBL Cases (W)                                                 312 The Dental Hygiene Student: Assessing and
Annie M. Hughes, University of Southern California                    Attaining Competency in Clinical Radiology (W)
                                                                      Ashok Balasundaram, James R. Geist, and Kristina Okolisan-
341 Assessing Trends in Teaching Dental Students                      Mulligan, University of Detroit Mercy
Embryology and Histology: Survey Results From
North American Basic Science Course Directors (W)                     314 Dental Hygiene Students' Perceptions as a
Dorothy T. Burk, University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni           Result of Service Learning Experiences (W)
School of Dentistry; H. Wayne Lambert, West Virginia                  Carrie B. Ghaname, Linda S. Taichman, and Wendy E.
University; Lisa M.J. Lee, The Ohio State University                  Kerschbaum, University of Michigan

334 Assessment of Patient Satisfaction of Treatment                   332 Enhanced Use of Instructional Technology in
in Predoctoral Clinical Implant Program (W)                           the Teaching and Learning Environment of a New
Esther O. Kuyinu, Marjan Moghadam, Michael B. Ferguson,               Dental School Replacement Building (W) (ADEA CCI)
and Renata Dias, New York University                                  Leslie Roeder, Muhammad F. Walji, and Paula N. O’Neill,
                                                                      University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
316 Assessment of the Graduate Clinic's Dental
Care From the Patient's Perspective (W)                               322 Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the UM
Anastasios Karydis, Mark Scarbecz, Paul S. Bland, and Swati           Dental Outreach Program (W)
Y. Rawal, University of Tennessee                                     Stephen J. Stefanac, Thomas G. Green, and Wilhelm A.
                                                                      Piskorowski, University of Michigan
287 Calibrating Faculty and Students to Standardize
Assessment of Outcomes in Practical Laboratory                        399 Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Tutoring in
Examinations in a Preclinical Operative Dentistry                     a First-Year Dental Hygiene Preclinical Laboratory
Course (N)                                                            Course (W)
Brian J. Kenyon, Kenneth G. Louis, Lynn Beck, Philip M.               Alan E. Levine and Holly C. Rice, University of Texas Health
Buchanan, and Richard G. Lubman, University of the Pacific            Science Center at Houston
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry
                                                                      211 Facts and Fiction About Mercury Vapor
324 Case Sharing Online Learning to Enhance                           Exposure (E)
Dental Students' Clinical Education (W)                               Joseph W. Parkinson and Pamela R. Overman, University of
Barbara MacNeill, Erica R. Oliveira, William D. Hendrickson,          Missouri-Kansas City
and William F. Rose, University of Texas Health Science Center
at San Antonio                                                        321 In Pursuit of Enhanced Vertical Integration (W)
                                                                      (ADEA CCI)
317 A Computer-Based Non-Graded Evaluation                            Jeffrey A. Platt, Indiana University; Margherita Fontana,
System Pilot Study (W)                                                University of Michigan; Melinda L. Meadows and William J.
Marvin L. Kramer, University of Missouri-Kansas City                  Babler, Indiana University
327 Incoming First-Year Expectations (W)                              209 Self-Reflection of Dental Students
Amy Thieman and Becky M. Smith, University of Missouri-               Communications Skills During Videotaped
Kansas City                                                           Simulated Patient Interviews (E)
                                                                      Rita Willett, Sharon K. Lanning, Sonya Ranson, and Tegwyn
330 Incorporating a Paperless Clinical Management                     H. Brickhouse, Virginia Commonwealth University
System Into the Dental University Environment (W)
Eric Salmon and Mark Macaoay, University of the Pacific               310 Senior Mentor Program: Assessing Interactions
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry                                  Between Dental Students and Older Adults Related
                                                                      to Oral Health Literacy and Oral Hygiene Habits (W)
397 Integrating Teaching of Oral Histology and Oral                   Jadwiga Hjertstedt, Marquette University
Pathology Laboratory Using the Virtual Microscope (W)
Fred Dee, Michael W. Finkelstein, and Paul Heidger, University        313 Standardizing the Admissions Interview in
of Iowa                                                               Dental School: Calibration of the Admissions
                                                                      Committee Through Development of an Interview
214 Introduction of Health Literacy Into Allied                       Scoring Rubric (W)
Dental Curriculum at Indiana University School of                     Brian T. Trecek, Frederick J. Sutkiewicz, Jennifer L. Haluzak,
Dentistry (E)                                                         and Sheila E. Stover, Marquette University
Elizabeth A. Hughes, George J. Eckert, and Richard D. Jackson,
Indiana University                                                    333 The Transfer of Skills Acquired at the Simodont
                                                                      Haptic Trainer: From Virtual Reality to Reality (W)
328 Knowledge Aptitude and Practice (KAP) in the                      Dirk Bakker, Academic Center for Dentistry Amsterdam;
Pain Management Curriculum (W)                                        Marjoke Vervoorn, Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral
Claudine M. Sordyl, James R. Geist, Jan LeBow, Michelle A.            Health; Paul R. Wesselink, Academic Center for Dentistry
Wheater, and Shin-Mey R. Geist, University of Detroit Mercy           Amsterdam

398 Measuring Professional Growth and Attainment                      323 Transformation of a Clinical Assessment
of Competency Using a Portfolio Rubric in a Dental                    System: Pilot Project (W) (ADEA CCI)
Hygiene Program (W)                                                   Jose R. Matos, Nilda M. Sanchez, and Wilda Guzman,
Joan M. Pellegrini, Kim T. Isringhausen, Michelle McGregor,           University of Puerto Rico
Sharon K. Lanning, and Tammy K. Swecker, Virginia
Commonwealth University                                               336 The Use and Value of Asynchronous Case-Based
                                                                      Seminars Throughout Pacific’s Dental Program (W)
326 Oral Health for Persons With Special Needs:                       Christine E. Miller, Fred J. Fendler, and Terry E. Hoover,
Training DVD for Parents/Caregivers (W)                               University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry
Brandi Roeber, Cherie Uchida, and Fouad S. Salama, University
of Nebraska Medical Center; Mary Gordon, Nebraska                     319 Using Electronic Assessment to Save Faculty
Planning Council on Developmental Disabilities                        Time and Improve the Measurement of Student
                                                                      Performance (W)
337 Preparing Students for Critical Thinking:                         James F. Craig and Sarita Sanjoy, University of Maryland
Accessing and Appraising Biomedical Evidence (An
ADEA CCI Project) (W) (ADEA CCI)                                      320 Using Lecture Capture to Enhance Student
David H. Shaw, Larry D. Crouch, and Ronald Attanasio,                 Learning (W)
University of Nebraska Medical Center                                 Doug Brotherton, James F. Craig, Julie Gilliam, and Sarita
                                                                      Sanjoy, University of Maryland

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technological sophistication of the OPMI PROergo, or the
                                                                       DENTSPLY International, Inc. (Booth 301)
ease and portability of the prism loupes you will find that the
                                                                       570 West College Avenue
optical brilliance offered by all virtually defies comparison.
                                                                       York, PA 17405
Please call 800-442-4020 for more information or to speak
                                                                       800-877-0020 Fax: 717-849-4751
with a representative in your area.
                                                                       Contact: Amanda Rogers (arogers@dentsply.com)
                                                                       DENTSPLY products bear some of the world's most
Certiphi Screening, Inc. (Booth 310)                                   established brand names, such as; Caulk restoratives,
1105 Industrial Highway                                                Midwest handpieces, Tulsa/Maillefer endodontics, Ceramco
Southampton, PA 18966                                                  fixed prosthodontics, Trubyte removable prosthodontics,
888-291-1369-2014 Fax: 215-396-1683                                    Degussa/Ney lab products, Cavitron and Nupro preventives,
Contact: Stephanie DeLucia (soneil@certiphi.com)                       Friadent implants, CeraMed bone grafting material, Rinn x-ray
Certiphi Screening® builds and runs thorough, compliant                accessories and needles/syringes, GAC orthodontics, Oraqix,
student screening programs for individual institutions and             Xylocaine and Citanest anesthetics. For more information
entire fields of study. We developed and administer AAMC’s             please visit www.dentsply.com.
centralized student criminal background check program
and recently launched a similar program for AACP. Our
                                                                       Discus Dental, Inc. (Booth 305)
services include background checks, fingerprinting, OIG/EPLS
                                                                       8550 Higuera Street
screening and drug testing. Certiphi® is the only company
                                                                       Culver City, CA 90232
whose applicant screening services are endorsed by the
                                                                       800-422-9448 Fax: 310-815-5161
American Hospital Association.
                                                                       Contact: Ashleigh Speer (ashleighs@discusdental.
Colgate-Palmolive Co. (Booth 201)                                      Founded in 1993, Discus Dental, LLC is a leader in the
                                                                       marketing and worldwide distribution of premium clinical,
endodontic and aesthetic products to dental professionals               Contact: Lara Paine-Speir (ljpaine-speir@
and leading-edge oral care products direct to consumers.                stevensongrp.com)
The company also provides practice building tools and                   Do more, feel better, live longer. At GlaxoSmithKline Consumer
marketing services as well as expert industry training for the          Healthcare, our oral care products include Sensodyne anti-
dental community. Discus Dental is headquartered in Culver              hypersensitivity toothpaste, ProNamel toothpaste formulated
City, California. More information is available at www.                 to protect against the effects of acid wear, Polident Denture
discusdental.com.                                                       Cleanser, Super Poligrip denture adhesive, and the Aquafresh
                                                                        family of products.
DSG Solutions Lab (Booth 417)
14333 58th Street, North                                                Great Lakes Prosthodontics (Booth 415)
Clearwater, FL 33760                                                    200 Cooper Avenue
877-290-9232 Fax: 952-224-1332                                          Tonawanda, NY 14150
Contact: Tammy Manns (tmanns@dentalservices.net)                        800-828-7626 Fax: 716-871-0550
Visit booth #417, Dental Services Group, a new ADEA                     Contact: Catherine Winney (cwinney@
Corporate member. DSG Solutions Laboratory is a full                    greatlakesortho.com)
service dental laboratory network, providing educators and              Great Lakes offers innovative products including the Biostar,
institutions with a full line of restorative products/services -        SAM Articulator, Biocryl resin, and a variety of high quality
implant, cosmetic, fixed/removable prosthodontics and ortho             lab equipment; operates one of the country’s largest
therapy. DSG sponsors continuing educational opportunities              laboratories specializing in TMJ splints, sleep appliances, and
on clinical and technical topics with AGD and PACE credit.              mouthguards; and teaches the latest appliance fabrication at
DSG proudly supports the dental community and our nation's              its on-site training center.
teaching institutions in a variety of ways. Stop by booth 417
today to explore becoming One with the DSG network. The                 GSDG, Inc. (Booth 205)
DSG network has over 1000 technicians and 30 laboratories               5001 J Street, SW
in North America. DSG Solutions is your gateway to solutions            Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
customized for higher education. Visit our booth #417, view             319-366-8229
our website at www.dentalservicesgroup.com or call Tammy                Contact: Nathan DeVries (ndevries@
at 877-280-9310 to explore harnessing the power of the DSG              EXANSOFTWARE.com)
network for your faculty, residents, students and patients.             General Systems Design Group is dedicated to enhancing the
                                                                        productivity of dental hygiene schools through innovative
GC America, Inc (Booth 418)
                                                                        software. Our product, GSD Academic, has already been
3737 W. 127th Street
                                                                        successfully implemented in both academic and commercial
Alsip, IL 60803
                                                                        environments. We enable providers and staff to electronically
708-597-0900 Fax: 708-371-5148
                                                                        manage: patient records, billings, appointments, wait lists,
Contact: Darlene Goetzinger (darlene_goetzinger@
                                                                        recalls, treatment planning and grading among many other
                                                                        features. Please come and visit us at our booth # 205.
GCA is one of the premier dental companies in the US with
an excellent reputation for advancing the art and science               Henry Schein, Inc. (Booth 411)
of dentistry. Major brands include GC Fuji Glass Ionomers,              135 Dunyea Road
Exa Impression Materials, and COE Brand Impression Trays.               Melville, NY 11747
Industry's fasting growing preventive product, MI Paste                 631-390-8155 Fax: 631-390-8144
Plus. GCA has just launched Exa'lence a (VPES) impression               Contact: John Bellero (john.bellero@henryschein.
material, G-Cem a self-adhesive cement and GC Plaque                    com)
                                                                        Henry Schein is a leading supplier of educational products
                                                                        and services to the dental and hygiene school communities.
GlaxoSmithKline (Booth 225)                                             Offering student kits, equipment, clinical supplies and
100 GSK Drive                                                           technology.
Moon Township, PA 15108
412-200-4000 Fax: 412-249-4509

                                                                        effectiveness of dental care education, treatment, delivery,
Hu-Friedy Mfg. Co., Inc. (Booth 300)                                    and policies. Our conference in 2010 will be in Scottsdale,
3232 N. Rockwell Street                                                 Arizona; topic: Oral Health in Healthcare Reform. Please visit
Chicago, IL 60618                                                       our website at www.iohwa.org for up to date information!
773-975-6100 Fax: 773-868-3563
Contact: Mary Sacadat (msacadat@hu-friedy.com)
                                                                        Isolite Systems (Booth 230)
Represented in 60+ countries, Hu-Friedy offers 7,000+ hand-             2060 Alamed Padre Serra, #20
crafted instrument designs for scaling, periodontal, diagnostic,        Santa Barbara, CA 93103
restorative, prosthodontic, orthodontic, endodontic, implant,           805-560-9888 Fax: 805-966-6416
and surgical procedures (ISO-13485 certified).                          Contact: Julie Krebaum (events@isolitesystems.com)
                                                                        Isolite Systems is a new device for dentists. It is a dryfield
ICE Dental Systems (Booth 325)                                          illuminator with built-in light, suction and a mouth block to
120-1289 Highfield GR SE                                                hold the patient’s mouth open to obtain a dry work area for
Calgary, BC T2G 5M2                                                     the dentist
403-537-09690 x236 Fax: 403-537-9695
Contact: Dominika Holowatinc (dholowatinc@                              Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products,
icedentalsystems.com)                                                   Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc. (Booth 406)
ICE Dental Systems is a web-based practice management                   c/o Meeting Management Associates, Inc.
system that empowers clinics and dental offices by                      16 West State Street
supporting and integrating all elements of their practice. The          PO Box 723
components of ICE, specifically designed in cooperation with            Sherburne, NY 03460
leading dental professionals, enhance patient care, simplify            607-674-2666-217 Fax: 607-674-6132
workflow, and reduce costs.                                             Contact: (brenda@mma-inc.com)
                                                                        Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products, makers of Listerine
                                                                        and Reach, through its operating companies, is the world's
Image Navigation, Ltd. (Booth 400)                                      most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of
106 Moshav Ora                                                          health care products, as well as a provider of related services,
Jerusalem 90880                                                         for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices and
Israel                                                                  diagnostics markets.
972-264-1774-8 Fax: 972-264-2690-1
Contact: Ran Shahar (ran@Image-Navigation.com)
                                                                        Kaplan Medical (Booth 517)
Image Navigation Ltd. provides state-of-the-art dental                  700 S. Flower Street, Suite 2900
teaching and practicing technologies. DentSim - computerized            Los Angeles, CA 90017
Dental Training Simulator: Join Visionary Dental School                 213-452-5719 Fax: 213-892-1247
Deans. Teach at the highest level of dentistry with DentSim             Contact: Diana Stanley (diana.stanley@kaplan.com)
at the core of your curriculum. Reduce costs, save time, teach
                                                                        Kaplan Medical is the world leader in Medical and health
and improve dental skills quickly. customers worldwide.
                                                                        sciences test preparation. With years of proven success
IGI - Image Guided Implant Dentistry training system. Be
                                                                        among test takers, we provide critical content tools and
Equipped to Learn Best. www.image-navigation.com info@
                                                                        resources for effective preparation for the NBDE exams. Our
image-navigation.com 1-800-708-1902.
                                                                        dynamic resources include high-yield content video lecture
                                                                        courses, lecture notes, simulated exams, and online question
Institute of Oral Health (Booth 102)                                    banks. All of our courses and products are exam-relevant and
9706 4th Avenue, NE                                                     designed to help students succeed on their licensure exam.
Seattle, WA 98115-2157
206-528-7360 Fax: 206-528-7361
                                                                        KaVo Dental Corporation/Pelton & Crane/Marus
Contact: Mary Ellen Young, RDH MHA (myoung@
                                                                        (Booths 110 and 314)
                                                                        901 West Oakton Street
The Institute for Oral Health collaborates with America's               Des Plaines, IL 60018
leading experts in health care to gather data, insights,
and potential solutions for improving the efficiency and
800-323-8029 Fax: 847-515-3740                                         dental schools, MiPACS offers an affordable and device-
Contact: Jane Duong (jane.duong@danaher.com)                           independent dental PACS system in compliance with the
Our Dental Special Markets Group offers an integrated                  DICOM 3.0 standard. With the scalability, reliability, and
portfolio of dental technologies inclusive of DEXIS, Gendex,           security that a enterprise-level dental facility such as a school
Imaging Sciences, KaVo, Marus, and Pelton and Crane brands.            requires, MiPACS is the solution for digital imaging.
This specialized team is dedicated to serving the unique
needs of government, institutional and educational dental              Mosby/Elsevier, Inc. (Booth 405)
services and offers extensive project management experience.           1600 JFK Boulevard, Suite 1800
Products include handpieces, diagnostics, laboratory                   Philadelphia, PA 19103
equipment, infection control, digital imaging technologies             215-239-3490 Fax: 215-239-3494
including cone beam, lasers, operatory equipment, cabinetry,           Contact: Jessie Hayes, CMP (j.hayes@elsevier.com)
lights and more. We are a single source for integrated dental          Mosby, Saunders, Churchill Livingstone, Butterworth
solutions, with brands that dental professionals know and              Heinemann, and Hanley-Belfus, premier worldwide health
trust.                                                                 science publishing company, under the umbrella of Elsevier
                                                                       Inc., presents our latest titles in dental education. Visit and
Kilgore International, Inc. (Booth 412)                                browse through our complete selection of publications
36 W. Pearl Street                                                     including books, periodicals, and online solutions. Elsevier,
Coldwater, MI 49036                                                    building insights, breaking boundaries!
517-279-9000 Fax: 517-278-2956
Contact: Mike Gregory (gregorymo@cbpu.com)
                                                                       Nobel Biocare AB (Booth 511)
Kilgore International Inc. provides a vast assortment of               22715 Savi Ranch Parkway
high quality dental models for student training in virtually           Yorba Linda, CA 92887
any facet of undergraduate dental education. Specialized               714-282-4800 Fax: 714-998-9236
products such as: custom manufactured typodont models                  Contact: Shana Mummert (shana.mummert@
made according to exact specification, exact reproductions             nobelbiocare.com)
of tooth preparations, multi-layered replacement teeth with
                                                                       Nobel Biocare is the world leader in innovative restorative
caries, anatomically rooted endodontic teeth.
                                                                       and esthetic dental solutions. The company provides dental
                                                                       professionals with state of the art science-based root-to-
Komet USA LLC (Booth 531)                                              tooth solutions, including dental implants, all-ceramic crowns,
3042 Southcross Blvd, Suite 101                                        bridges and laminates, guided surgery planning, scanners,
Rock Hill, SC 29730                                                    and biomaterials.
803-412-0351 Fax: 800-223-7485
Contact: John McCoy (jmccoy@kometusa.com)
                                                                       Panadent (Booth 106)
Komet is a recognized worldwide leader in the production               580 S. Rancho
of highly specialized and precise dental rotary instruments.           Colton, CA 92324
Komet operates in the United States under the name Komet               909-783-1841 Fax: 909-783-1896
USA, and sells direct to practitioners and dental laboratories.        Contact: David Lara-Tellez (dlaratellez@panadent
The company’s US headquarters is located in Rock Hill, South           com)
Carolina. For more information about Komet USA please call
                                                                       Panadent is the manufacturer and distributor of American
888-566-3887 or visit www.komet-usa.com.
                                                                       made precision articulators and face bow systems. Panadent
                                                                       is the manufacturer of the new KOIS Dento-Facial Analyzer
Medicor Imaging (Booth 206)                                            System. Founded by Dr. Robert "Bob" Lee, Panadent is
1927 South Tryon Street, Suite 20                                      dedicated to the manufacturing of precision instrumentation
Charlotte, NC 28203                                                    for the dental industry.
704-227-2629 Fax: 704-372-8161
Contact: Ashley Sparks (sales@medicorimaging.com)
                                                                       PDT, Inc. (Booth 100)
MiPACS Dental Enterprise PACS is the only imaging system               PO Box 17980, 8275 Hwy 10 W
that a dental school needs to acquire, process, centrally
store, and view digital images. Currently used in over 30

Missoula, MT 59808                                                    health routine demands. New ProResults brush heads and
800-240-9895 Fax: 406-626-4550                                        personal care settings are all found in a brush design that is
Contact: Tom Thompson, Sr. (ththompsonsr@msn.                         smaller lighter and has less vibration than any other Sonicare
com)                                                                  toothbrush.
We've been crafting the finest dental instruments in the
world in our family-owned business since 2000. We've                  Planmeca USA Inc. (Booth 513)
brought to market such products as the Montana Jack Scaler,           100 N. Gary Avenue, Suite A
the Platypus Ortho Flosser, the O'Hehir New Millennium                Roselle, IL 60172
Curettes and the Wingrove Titanium Implant Instruments.               630-529-2300 Fax: 630-529-1929
We also manufacture and provide the finest instrument                 Contact: Robin Gathman
cassettes. Our instruments are 100% made in the U.S.A. and            (robin.gathman@planmecausa.com)
are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
                                                                      Planmeca USA, Inc. celebrates over 20 years of growth
                                                                      and success since the distribution of their first Proline CC
Pearson/Prentice Hall (Booth 202)                                     Panoramic X-ray in 1987. Planmeca offers the dental
One Lake Street                                                       community a full range of equipment from ProMax 3D
Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458                                          Systems to Triangle Optiline Cabinetry.Planmeca has become
201-236-5882 Fax: 201-236-5888                                        a leader in the dental industry for quality, selection, and
Contact: Margaret Onesios (margaret.onesios@                          excellent product support.
Pearson is the leading publisher of higher education                  Practicon, Inc. (Booth 312)
textbooks and other educational materials. Commitment to              1112 Sugg Parkway
excellence, an eye for the innovative, and superior service           Greenville, NC 27834
are our hallmarks. We appreciate this opportunity to share            800-959-3050 Fax: 800-278-0885
our educational resources with ADEA. We are proud to                  Contact: Matt Kraczon (mkraczon@practicon.com)
present our newest titles: Grimes, Medical Emergencies:
                                                                      Practicon Inc. offers a unique catalog of products that are
Essentials for the Dental Professional, 1st Edition Weinberg,
                                                                      as innovative as they are practical. We are also the proud
Comprehensive Periodontics for the Dental Hygienist, 3rd
                                                                      distributor of Frasaco dental simulation products for the USA
                                                                      and Canada. Frasaco has been the world leader of dental
                                                                      simulation for over 80 years by using the latest technology
Pentron Clinical Technologies (Booth 505)                             and demanding the highest quality. Frasaco remains dedicated
53 North Plains Industrial Road                                       to providing the most realistic simulation to enhance the
Wallingford, CT 06492                                                 education of the future of dentistry.
203-303-2349 Fax: 203-269-4304
Contact: Bethany Camarda (bcamarda@pentron.
com)                                                                  Premier Dental Products Company (Booth 416)
Pentron Clinical is a manufacturer of high quality, innovative        1710 Romano Drive
dental products including Artiste™ Nano-hybrid flowable               Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
composite, Bond-1® Primer/Adhesive, Build It® FR™ core                 610-239-6000 Fax: 888-614-6646
build up material, FibreKor™ Posts, Correct Plus® impression          Contact: Tonda Harvey (tharvey@premusa.com)
materials and the Epiphany® Obturation System featuring               Premier Dental Products has manufactured and sold dental
Resilon® points and pellets.                                          products for over 95 years. Our market leading products
                                                                      include: Two Striper® and Solo diamonds, Triple Trays,
                                                                      CompCore AF, IntegraPost, RC Prep, Hemodent, and now
Philips Oral Healthcare, Inc. (Booth 204)                             Traxodent-Hemodent Paste Retraction System. We also
PO Box 120015                                                         produce Enamel Pro Prophy Paste, Fluoride Varnish with ACP,
Stamford, CT 06912                                                    Perfecta whitening, and a complete line of dental instruments
203-351-5958 Fax: 203-351-5960                                        including PerioWise® probes
Contact: Leigh Reeves (leigh.reeves@philips.com)
Philips Sonicare FlexCare: FlexCare delivers the superior             Qualtrics (Booth 414)
cleaning you're looking for with the flexibility your oral            2250 North University Parkway
Provo, UT 84604                                                         services. Please visit it soon.
801-374-6682 Fax: 866-562-9828
Contact: Ryan Smith (ryans@qualtrics.com)
                                                                        Sirona Dental Systems, LLC (Booth 122)
How can Qualtrics help dental schools? Qualtrics is an in-              CEREC Gov't 4835 Sirona Drive, Suite 100
house research tool that promotes higher response rates                 Charlotte, NC 28273
from research participants. Qualtrics is used in health                 800-659-5977 Fax: 704-602-4373
science by many corporations and academic institutions.                 Contact: Buddy Auten/Betsy Ashworth (elizabeth
Within dental schools, it is important to manage students,              ashworth@sirona.com)
teach industry practices, sustain a professional image and
                                                                        Sirona develops, manufactures, and markets a complete
practice a high level of safety. In addition, staying on top of
                                                                        line of dental products, including CAD/CAM restoration
new techniques or products can enhance popularity. With
                                                                        equipment (CEREC®), digital and film-based intra-oral,
Qualtrics, you can collect the information you need to give
                                                                        panoramic and cephalometric X-ray imaging systems, dental
your school a competitive edge, while maintaining your
                                                                        treatment centers and instruments.
fundamental values. With Qualtrics you have options. We
are the solution to institutional research, professor’s studies
and student evaluations. In summary, Qualtrics provides a               Stage Front Presentation Systems (Booth 527)
professional tool designed to assist all areas of dental school         6 Southern Oaks Drive
management.                                                             Savannah, GA 31405
                                                                        800-736-9242 Fax: 912-233-5350
Saratoga Dental (Booth 402)                                             Contact: Chuck Cooper (chuck@sfps.net)
402 Via L. Savio,                                                       Stage Front Presentation Systems offers the Multimedia
7 Pordenone 33170                                                       Teaching System (MTS) for dental preclinical simulation
Italy                                                                   laboratories. The first and by far the leading system of its
390-434-5726-00 Fax: 390-434-5724-77                                    kind, MTS allows up to 56 lab students to simultaneously
Contact: Luca Marcuzzi (luca@saratogadental.it)                         view video and images at personal bench-top displays,
Smily is a triangular shaped patented unit made on an                   within comfortable sightline of the students’ work. When
ergonomic modular structure to better use space by offering             coupled with A-dec’s patient simulator, MTS enables students
functional teaching work stations. The unit has an automatic            to practice on life-like patient simulators while observing
opening of the phantom into various work stations. Easy-                instructional procedural demonstrations via intra-oral
tech system allows video transmission from the teacher’s                camera, instructor pan/tilt camera, microscope camera, slide
bench to the stations connected, while students can use a               converters, visual presenter, DVD player, VCR, and computer.
touch-screen panel to call the teacher’s attention. Its dentist         Stage Front’s custom control software provides the instructor
section is equipped with a 3F syringe, turbine, electrical or           with a powerful yet easy to use interface. Stage Front has
pneumatic micro-motor, plus another optional instrument                 installed successful systems in 30 dental schools. We are
such as a turbine or tartar remover, while its assistant section        currently working with dental universities on the design
is fully equipped to host any central or local suction system.          of additional systems, and have expanded our offerings to
Smily has been designed by Pininfarina for Universities and             include similar systems for hygiene clinic applications.
postgraduate teaching centers. From February 2008 Saratoga
was awarded by 5 new and futurist Dental Faculties such                 Sunstar Americas, Inc. (Booth 200)
as Turin University, Rome La Sapienza University and Trieste            4635 W. Foster Avenue
University in Italy, plus Abbha University in Saudi Arabia and          Chicago, IL 60603
Toulouse University in France.                                          773-481-3559 Fax: 773-777-1417
                                                                        Contact: Laurene Cox (laurene.cox@sunstar.com)
Secure Innovations, Inc. (Booth 323)                                    Sunstar Americas, manufacturer of the GUM® and Butler®
3815 Travis Trail                                                       brands, is dedicated to offering the highest quality oral
Salem, VA 24153                                                         care products and supporting the oral-systemic health
540-384-6131 Fax: 540-384-6244                                          link. Sunstar's products include a comprehensive line of
Contact: Pete Kesler (WritePete@aol.com)                                preventive care, pain management, hygiene supplies and
Our website will provide a solid overview of our product and            clinical products including Perioglas, osteostimulative bone
                                                                        regeneration matrix and Novabone Dental Putty.
                                                                       years ago. Since then, the VitalSource solution has been very
The Procter & Gamble Company (Booth 304)                               successful and continues to grow, with dental schools in the
1 P&G Plaza, Box 38                                                    US, Canada, and Puerto Rico successfully using it to deliver
Cincinnati, OH 45202                                                   their curriculum materials. To learn more, please visit us at
513-983-2302 Fax: 866-727-2703                                         booth 423.
Contact: Beth Jones (jones.ba.1@pg.com)
Crest Oral-B P&G Professional Oral Health feature a complete           Voxelogix | NeXsmile (Booth 326)
line of preventative products including Crest toothpaste,              7826 Louis Pasteur Drive, Suite 105
Oral-B power and manual brushes, Crest Whitestrips-                    San Antonio, TX 78229
Professional Strength, Glide floss and interdental products, as        210-587-6857 Fax: 210-587-6859
well as, office/home use fluorides, and prophy paste/angles.           Contact: Amy Schmitt (info@voxelogix.com)
Visit the P&G Professional Oral Health booth or online at              NeXsmile by Voxelogix is a revolutionary 3-D technology
www.dentalcare.com                                                     that combines state-of-the-art CAD/CAM manufacturing
                                                                       with image data from a 40 second CT head scan and patient
Ultradent Products, Inc. (Booth 401)                                   models to create a highly-detailed 3-D virtual model of the
505 West 10200, South                                                  patient. This model provides patients and dental professionals
South Jordon, UT 84095                                                 an up-front, comprehensive view of the treatment and the
801-553-4266 Fax: 801-553-4092                                         final outcome including an aesthetic forecast of the patient’s
Contact: Camille Van Dusen (camille.vandusen@                          new smile.
Ultradent manufactures over 500 cutting edge dental products
                                                                       Whip Mix Corporation (Booth 224)
used by dentists worldwide. The company holds dozens of
                                                                       361 Farmington Avenue
patents and trademarks on unique products, application
                                                                       Louisville, KY 40209
devices, materials and techniques. Ultradent's mission is to
                                                                       502-637-1451 Fax: 502-634-4512
improve the quality of dental health care globally.
                                                                       Contact: Rita Davis (rdavis@whipmix.com)
                                                                       Since 1919, Whip Mix has been a leader in developing the
Vident (Booth 217)
                                                                       highest quality products for the dental profession including
3150 E. Birch Street
                                                                       casting investments, gypsum materials, waxes, plasters,
Brea, CA 92821
                                                                       vacuum mixing equipment, model trimmers, porcelain
714-961-2260 Fax: 714-961-6200
                                                                       furnaces and articulators which includes the Hanau and
Contact: Martin Mendelson (mmendelson@vident.
                                                                       Denar line of Occlusal products. Vericore, Whip Mix Laboratory
                                                                       Services, offering the latest technology of zirconia milling.
Vident is the North American subsidiary of VITA, provider
of innovative shade measurement devices like the VITA
3D-Master Linearguide and VITA Easyshade Compact, as well              Young Dental Manufacturing (Booth 222)
as long-lasting restorative materials, like VITA VM porcelains,        2260 Wendt Street
machinable VITABLOCS for CAD/CAM and Physiodens                        Algonquin, IL 60102
denture teeth.                                                         847-458-5405 Fax: 847-458-1411
                                                                       Contact: Megan Kelly (mkelly@ydnt.com)
                                                                       Young Dental Manufacturing is known for its quality
VitalSource Technologies, Inc. (Booth 423)
                                                                       manufacturing of preventive dental products. We are most
234 Fayetteville Street Mall, Suite 300
                                                                       known for our disposable prophy angles, but also offer D-Lish
Raleigh, NC 27601
                                                                       prophy Paste, Autoclavable Metal Angles, Prophy Cups, and a
919-755-8098 Fax: 919-755-8050
                                                                       variety of other products. Stop by to see what's new. Biotrol
Contact: Nancy MacCreery (nancy.maccreery@
                                                                       is known for its infection control products. Birex has been a
                                                                       trusted name in surface disinfection for years and continues
The VitalSource(R) Bookshelf(R) is the leading interactive             to be the #1 disinfectant solution on the market. Biotrol
e-book software for education. The application was initially           recently introduced Purit Ultrasonic Cleaning solutions. Come
developed for use in dental education—the first dental                 check out our show specials!
school began using Bookshelf for all their textbooks eight

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Zimmer Dental (Booth 303)                                              United Kingdom
1900 Aston Avenue                                                      4.42078E+11 Fax: 4.42078E+11
Carlsbad, CA 92008                                                     Contact: Prof. Patricia A Reynolds (p.a.reynolds@kcl.
760-929-4300 Fax: 760-431-7811                                         ac.uk)
Contact: Devika Blasi (devika.blasi@zimmer.com)
                                                                       UDENTE (formerly IVIDNETE), the world's first virtual
Zimmer Dental is a global leader in the oral rehabilitation            dental school, has been established with the backing of the
market with a mission to improve the lives of patients                 internationally recognized King's College London. The virtual
through continuous product development and leadership in               dental school uses the latest cutting-edge technology and
education. The Tapered Screw-Vent® Implant System, Puros®              draws from the highest rated research in global dentistry,
Allograft family of products, and The Zimmer Institute™ will           to deliver a flexible online package for students, educators
be displayed                                                           and other members of the dental professions alike. UDENTE
                                                                       addresses shortages in teaching staff by supporting the
Educational                                                            complete dental education cycle through a flexible and
American Association for Dental Research (Booth                        secure online solution. The concept is transferable to any
116)                                                                   dental school across the world and to the whole higher
1619 Duke Street                                                       education sector. We invite you to visit booth 404 to learn
Alexandria, VA 22314                                                   more about the UDENTE and view a demonstration. We look
703-299-8087 Fax: 703-548-1883                                         forward to meeting you.
Contact: Catherine Reich (creich@iadr.org)
The American Association for Dental Research (AADR),                   Stanford/NASA Bio-Communication Center (Booth 322)
headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, is a non-profit                 10020 N. De Anza Boulevard, Suite 201
organization with more than 3,900 members in the United                Cupertino, CA 95014
States. Its mission is: (1) to advance research and increase           650-233-0200 Fax: 650-690-2187
knowledge for the improvement of oral health; (2) to support           Contact: W. Paul Brown (wpbrown@stanford.edu)
and represent the oral health research community; and (3)              eHuman’s initial objective was to bring 3D interactive
to facilitate the communication and application of research            technologies, software simulators, electronic curricula
findings. The AADR is the largest Division of the International        systems and best-in-class digital libraries of human anatomy
Association for Dental Research (IADR).                                to the spatially-complex field of dentistry. Within four years of
                                                                       its launch, the company’s first product—the 3-D Interactive
Dental Assisting National Board, Inc. (Booth 529)                      Tooth Atlas—became an industry standard. The Tooth Atlas
444 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 900                                      commands 70% market share among accredited U.S. dental
Chicago, IL 60611                                                      schools and enjoys the annual addition of 4,000 new users
312-280-3417                                                           worldwide.
Contact: Hanna Aronovich (haronovich@danb.org)
Established in 1948, the Dental Assisting National Board,              Texas Association of Community Health Centers, Inc.
Inc. (DANB) is the nationally recognized premier certification         (Booth 519)
and credentialing agency for dental assistants. Recognized             5900 SW Parkway, Building 3
by the American Dental Association (ADA) as the national               Austin, TX 78735
credentialing agency for dental assistants, DANB develops              512-329-5959 Fax: 512-329-9189
and administers the Certified Dental Assistant (CDA) exam              Contact: Anita Mitchell (amitchell@tachc.org)
and the Certified Orthodontic Assistant (COA) exam. DANB               The Texas Association of Community Health Centers, Inc.
exam programs are accredited by the National Commission                (TACHC) is a private, non-profit membership association
for Certifying Agencies.                                               that represents safety-net health care providers in the state
                                                                       of Texas. In 2008, TACHC had 63 members in both urban
King's College London Dental Institute / UDENTE                        and rural areas and operates as the state’s primary care
– Universal Dental E-learning Centre of Flexible                       association.
Learning in Dentistry (Booth 404)
Strand Bridge House, 138-142 Strand, 3rd FL

University of California, San Francisco School of                  VOXEL-MAN Group / University Medical Center
Dentistry (Booth 307)                                              Hamburg-Eppendorf (Booth 410)
707 Parnassus Avenue, #0758                                        House W26, West Wing, Ground Floor
San Francisco, CA 94143                                            Martinistrasse 52 20246
415-514-2066                                                       Hamburg, Germany
Contact: Sheila Brear (Sheila.Brear@ucsf.edu)                      49407410-52300 Fax: 49407410-54746
For 125 years, the School of Dentistry has educated men            Contact: Andreas Pommert (pommert@uke.de)
and women of science while improving public health                 VOXEL-MAN, a leading developer of computer based
through excellence in teaching, research, patient care. Our        simulation systems, is presenting a highly realistic simulator
world-renowned faculty is comprised of four departments,           for training of cavity and crown preparations. The system
all committed to a common mission. The UCSF School of              provides haptic feedback, a choice of different dental
Dentistry seeks to improve public health through excellence        instruments like high and low speed burs, and a variety of
in teaching, research, patient care, and public service in         dental models, also with pathologies such as different caries
the dental and craniofacial sciences. We seek to provide a         classes. The approach provides a first step from standard
stimulating and supportive educational environment for a           preparations to problem based training.
diverse constituency of Faculty and students

                               Meetings of Affiliated Organizations
                               Sunday, February 28                 invitation only)               8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
American Academy of
                               5:00 - 10:00 p.m.                   Monday, March 1                Chesapeake 9
Periodontology (AAP)
                               Potomac 2                           6:30 - 8:30 a.m.
Deans' Breakfast (By                                                                              American Society for Dental
invitation only)                                                   National Harbor 11
                               Monday, March 1                                                    Anesthesiologists Program
Monday, March 1                5:00 - 10:00 p.m.                   American Society for           Directors Meeting
6:45 - 7:30 a.m.               National Harbor 8                   Dentist Anesthesiologists      Monday, March 1
Chesapeake 6                                                       Program Directors Meeting      6:00 – 8:00 a.m.
                               AAOMS Deans' Breakfast              (By invitation only)           National Harbor 14
AAP Education Committee        Meeting (By invitation only)        Monday, March 1
Meeting (By invitation only)   Monday, March 1                                                    Commission on Dental
                                                                   6:00 - 8:00 a.m.
Saturday, February 27          7:00 - 8:00 a.m.                                                   Accreditation (CODA) Allied
                                                                   National Harbor 14
8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.          Chesapeake E                                                       Dental Site Visitor Update
National Harbor 14                                                 American Society for Dental    (By invitation only)
                               AAOMS Reception for                 Ethics Business Meeting        Monday, March 1
Monday, March 1                Deans (By invitation only)          Saturday, February 27          7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
5:00 - 7:00 p.m.               Monday, March 1                     11:00 a.m. – Noon              National Harbor 11
National Harbor 14             6:45 - 7:30 p.m.                    National Harbor 12
                               National Harbor 3                                                  CODA Dental and
AAP Predoctoral Directors'                                         Association of Canadian        Advanced Dental
Organization Business          American Association                Faculties of Dentistry         Consultant Update (By
Meeting (By invitation only)   of Orthodontists (AAO)              (ACFD) Academic Affairs        invitation only)
Saturday, February 27          Council on Orthodontic              Committee Meeting (By          Monday, March 1
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.               Education (COE) Meeting             invitation only)               5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Potomac 2                      (By invitation only)                Friday, February 26            National Harbor 2
                               Saturday, February 27               8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
American Association of        6:30 - 10:00 p.m.                                                  CODA Open Hearing
                                                                   Chesapeake 1
Oral and Maxillofacial         Chesapeake 9                                                       Sunday, February 28
Surgeons (AAOMS)                                                   Association of Canadian        Noon - 1:00 p.m.
ADEA Liaison Committee         Sunday, February 28                                                National Harbor 6
                                                                   Faculties of Dentistry
Breakfast Meeting (By          10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
                                                                   (ACFD) Annual General
invitation only)               National Harbor 8                                                  CODA Orientation for
                                                                   Meeting (By invitation only)
Tuesday, March 2                                                                                  Advanced Programs With
                               Sunday, February 28                 Friday, February 26
8:00 - 9:00 a.m.                                                                                  Site Visits in 2010-12 (By
                               2:00 - 5:00 p.m.                    3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Chesapeake 1                                                                                      invitation only)
                               National Harbor 8                   Potomac 2
                                                                                                  Sunday, February 28
AAOMS Committee on             AAO Deans’ Luncheon                 ACFD Board Meeting (By         5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Residency Education and        Meeting (By invitation only)        invitation only)               Potomac 4
Training (CRET) Meeting (By    Sunday, February 28                 Thursday, February 25
invitation only)               12:30 - 2:00 p.m.                                                  CODA Orientation for
                                                                   9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 27          National Harbor 7                                                  Allied Dental Education
                                                                   Chesapeake G
7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.                                                                             Programs with Site Visits
                               AAO Dental Specialty                ACFD Cocktail Reception        (By invitation only)
Potomac 6
                               Organizations Reception for         (By invitation only)           Monday, March 1
Sunday, February 28            Deans (By invitation only)          Friday, February 26            5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
6:00 - 8:00 a.m.               Sunday, February 28                 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.              Chesapeake H-I
Potomac 2                      5:00 - 7:00 p.m.                    Chesapeake 9
                               National Harbor 3                                                  CODA Orientation
Sunday, February 28                                                ACFD Deans' Committee          for Dental School
Noon - 1:00 p.m.               AAO Interdisciplinary               Meeting (By invitation only)
Potomac 2                      Breakfast Meeting (By               Friday, February 26
                                                              97                                                  *Ticket Required
Administrators With Site            Hygiene Examinations             Meeting (By invitation only)        Sigma Phi Alpha (SPA)
Visits in 2010-12 (By               Program                          Monday, March 1                     Business Meeting (By
invitation only)                    Tuesday, March 2                 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.                   invitation only)
Monday, March 1                     5:00 - 6:00 p.m.                 National Harbor 14                  Sunday, February 28
6:30 - 8:00 a.m.                    National Harbor 11                                                   5:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Chesapeake 2-3                                                       Omicron Kappa Upsilon               National Harbor 14
                                    Midwestern University            (OKU) and Sigma Phi Alpha
Dental Pipeline Meeting             Meetings (By invitation          (SPA) PET-CT Imaging Head           Summer Medical and
2010 (By invitation only)           only)                            and Neck Cancers (By                Dental Educational Program
Sunday, February 28                 Sunday, February 28              invitation only)                    (SMDEP)
5:00 - 8:00 p.m.                    Noon - 5:00 p.m.                 Sunday, February 28                 Saturday, February 27
Chesapeake K-L                      Conference Room 2/Sales          Noon – 1:00 p.m.                    3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
                                    Mezzanine Level                  Potomac 5-6                         Maryland 1-3
ELAM Program Alumni Tea
(By invitation only)                Omicron Kappa Upsilon            SELAM Award for                     UDENTE Kings College
Sunday, February 28                 (OKU) Annual Business            Excellence Reception (By            London - Reception (By
5:00 - 6:30 p.m.                    Meeting                          invitation only)                    invitation only)
Chesapeake 1                        Sunday, February 28              Monday, March 1                     Monday, March 1
                                    4:00 – 5:30 p.m.                 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.                    5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Joint Commission                                                                                         Chesapeake A
                                    Potomac 3                        Chesapeake B
on National Dental
Examinations: Update on             Our Legacy - Our Future          Sirona Dental Systems:
the National Board Dental           Development Officers Work        CEREC White Coat
Examinations Program                Group (DOWG) Meeting             Ceremony (By invitation
Monday, March 1                     (By invitation only)             only)
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.                    Tuesday, March 2                 Sunday, February 28
National Harbor 10                  9:30 – 11:00 a.m.                6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
                                    Chesapeake 6                     Chesapeake 6
Joint Commission
on National Dental                  Our Legacy - Our Future
Examinations: Update on             Steering Committee
the National Board Dental

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