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Title: A New Community Dental Education Model Jack Dillenberg, DDS, MPH, Dean Arizona School of Dentistry


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A New Community Dental Education Model Jack
Dillenberg, DDS, MPH, Dean Arizona School of
Dentistry Oral Health
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Why a New Dental School?
  • IOM Dental Education at the Crossroads
  • ADA The Future of Dentistry
  • Oral Health in America A Report of the Surgeon
    General
  • National Health Policy Forum Improving Oral
    Health Promise and Prospects
  • ADEA Presidents Commission Improving the Oral
    Health Status of all Americans Roles . . .
    Academic Dental Institutions

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Surgeon Generals Report on Oral Health
  • Oral diseases common and consequential
  • Linked to overall health and well-being
  • Profound disparities in oral health status
  • Disparities
  • SES
  • Rural areas
  • Minorities

www.nidcr.nih.gov/sgr/sgr.htm
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Oral Health Facts
  • Dental disease is the most common unmet health
    need in U.S.
  • General public more likely to lack dental
    insurance
  • Access to dental care limited under Medicaid
  • 52 million school hours lost annually to dental
    issues

www.nidcr.nih.gov/sgr/sgr.htm
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Oral Health Facts
  • 31 of low-income children ages 2 to 5 have
    untreated cavities.
  • 6 of high-income children ages 2 to 5 have
    untreated cavities.
  • Among children from poor families, untreated
    cavities were more common in those age 6 to 11
    (37) than children 12 to 17 (27).
  • Among children from wealthy families, untreated
    cavities were more common among ages 6 to 11
    (12) than children 12 to 17 (7).
  • Only 36 of poor children visited a dentist in
    the past year compared to 70 of wealthy
    children, according to a 2004 survey.
  • 2007 National Healthcare Disparities Report
    http//www.ahrq.gov/qual/qrdr07.htm

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Arizona School of Dentistry Oral Health
  • Our Purpose
  • To educate caring, technologically adept dentists
    who become community and educational leaders,
    serving those in need.
  • To be the leader in the lifelong education of
    community responsive general dentists.

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Arizona School of Dentistry Oral Health
  • Our Purpose
  • To prepare graduates with a strong foundation of
    critical inquiry, evidence-based practice,
    research, cultural competency, and
    inter-disciplinary healthcare experiences.
  • To promote the delivery of optimal patient care
    and for the transfer of newly acquired knowledge,
    skills and technology to the profession and to
    the community

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Arizona School of Dentistry Oral Health
  • Innovative Curriculum
  • Integrating science, human systems, and clinical
    care
  • Simulation Technology
  • Accelerating skill development for clinical
    excellence
  • State-of-the-Art Facility
  • Utilizing a new facility and digital resources
    for the faculty and students of tomorrow

9
Arizona School of Dentistry Oral Health
  • Needs Focused
  • Educating competent, compassionate dentists for
    underserved communities
  • Service Education
  • Coordinating student partnerships with
    communities of need
  • Leadership Training
  • Educating dentists to become community health
    leaders

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Community-Based Educational Model
  • We expect that our graduates will be
  • Community leaders
  • Managers of public, not-for-profit and private
    sector oral health organizations
  • Culturally-competent
  • Community-responsive
  • Able to serve as a resource in their community
    for dental public health issues

11
Community-Based Educational Model
  • Students will learn from, and be encouraged to
    become caring, community-minded health care
    providers

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Special Care Clinic
  • Meeting the needs of Arizonas most fragile
    population

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Dentistry In the Community
  • Participation
  • Participation in at least 2 activities each year
    as a D2, D3, D4 student
  • Examples
  • AZ Coalition for Tomorrow Health Fair
  • Catholic Healthcare West Fluoride Program
  • Golden Gate Community Health Fair
  • Red Bird Elementary Information Night
  • Scottsdale Healthcare Womens Expo
  • Special Olympics/Special Smiles

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Dentistry In the Community
  • Projects
  • Plan, implement and evaluate a community project
    each year as a D2 and D3 student
  • Examples
  • Nursing home OHI
  • Head Start screenings
  • Teen Meth Mouth education
  • Mentoring careers in dentistry

15
4th Year External Rotations
  • Goals
  • To make a difference in the oral health of those
    we serve
  • To change the face of dental education, and in
    the process, improve access to oral health care
    across the nation
  • Students are provided with the following
  • Exposure to a variety of community and public
    health based clinical environments
  • An opportunity to be taught and mentored by
    excellent clinicians
  • A deeper understanding of the unique oral health
    challenges faced by many communities

16
External Rotations
Bethel, Alaska
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Inscription House Clinic Shonto, AZ
Being someone that has always lived near a city
I always wondered if I would feel right at home
in a place that is more than 40-50 miles from the
nearest town. I found that working in a
community like this is an actual possibility for
me.
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Hopi Health Care Clinic, Polaca, AZ
Sage Memorial Hospital Ganado, AZ
So many things I had learned over the last 3
years finally congealed when I was up there.
Never lose that rotation site. Culturally and
professionally it provides a powerful meaningful
place to work.
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Certificate in Core Concepts of Public Health
  • Online coursework begun 2nd year
  • Biostatistics
  • Epidemiology
  • Health Policy Administration
  • Health Behavior Health Education
  • Environmental Health Sciences

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Selection Factors
  • Applicants are evaluated on the following
  • Demonstrated community service through
    volunteerism or service-oriented employment
  • Academic coursework
  • Performance on the DAT
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Interviews

21
Future Healthcare Leader
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ASDOH Dental Clinic
  • Electric hand pieces
  • Digital Imaging
  • Electronic Records

23
Dental Care West
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ICE Dental Systems
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ICE Dental Systems is...
  • Online anytime/anywhere access
  • Information security and encryption
  • Personalized patient information and health
    history forms
  • Integrated practice management software
  • Charting, Billing, Patient Reminders, Scheduling,
    Practice analysis, Letters
  • Innovative patient education
  • Image management, storage, and manipulation
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Professional referral capabilities
  • 3D Animations

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ICE Dental Systems
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Leadership is Required
  • Leadership Style Success
  • Servant leaders
  • Compassionate, humble, reverent, open,
    teachable, respectful, caring
  • They model authority through
  • Service, humility, contribution

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The Future is What We Make It
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Oral Health as a Part of Overall Health
  • Pregnancy
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Pneumonia
  • Self esteem

Oral Health Competencies for Physician Assistants
Nurse Practitioners, Danielsen, Dillenberg
Bay, J of P.A. Education, In Press
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Decreased Dental Insurance
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Confidence Builds Effective Leaders
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