Rowland A Hutchinson

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In response to the first-ever Surgeon General's report on oral health, released on May 25, 2000, ADEA President Rowland A. Hutchinson, D.D.S., M.S., appointed a task force to study the report from the perspective of dental education. The task force was charged with making recommendations to the ADEA Board of Directors as to the Association's message to(More)
A survey was conducted to determine if a shortage exists of graduates interested in residency and fellowship training, and whether program preceptors experience difficulty maintaining funding. Questionnaires were mailed to 195 preceptors listed in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Directory of Residencies and Fellowships, and responses from 143(More)
Writing in the 1920s, William J. Gies was a champion for the importance of dentistry to general health, the scientific foundation for dentistry, and the need to develop and integrate an efficient curriculum. He argued that admissions standards should be made uniform and raised. He also proposed that the predoctoral dental curriculum should be reduced to(More)
In response to the American Dental Association's (ADA) Future of Dentistry Project, the American Dental Education Association (ADEA) provided its perspective on the most critical issues facing the dental profession. ADEA responded in six areas, each corresponding to the areas of focus in the ADA project. The comments in this Association Report reflect those(More)
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