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OBJECTIVES The Physicians' Oral Health Education in Kentucky (POHEK) curriculum was developed to teach family medicine residents to (1) perform oral health screening and risk assessment and (2) recognize and manage common oral conditions for children ages 5 years and under. METHODS Family medicine residents in urban and rural settings received didactics(More)
The University of Kentucky College of Dentistry has been awarded a $500,000 grant to develop and test a university-based educational program leading to a graduate certificate in Advanced General Dentistry, by the use of "extended campus" and distance learning methods. As an aid in developing this curriculum, dentists in general practice in non-urban(More)
Objective: The infrequency of infected aneurysms suggests that either infection of segments of the aortic wall is uncommon, or that infections do not always lead top infected aneurysm formation. The purpose of the study was to determine whether focal Staphylococcus aureus infection of aortic wall segments leads consistently to the development of infected(More)
Ten adults with apraxia of speech responded to sentences of an article (pronoun) + noun + verb + article (pronoun) + noun design. Each sentence was presented and then re-presented with the noun in Noun Phrase 1 (NP1) or Noun Phrase 2 (NP2) omitted. The subjects' task was to orally produce the omitted word. Sentences were either active or passive and the(More)
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