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This research project was part of a planned initiative at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine to incorporate lecture recordings as standard educational support technologies. The goal of an institutional survey was 1) to gather current data about how dental educators across the United States and Canada use lecture recordings; 2) determine(More)
As e-mail and other forms of electronic communication increase in popularity, it is important for dental schools to consider a curriculum that prepares their graduates to understand and apply effective electronic communication strategies to their patients. Reflecting this shift in communication behavior, the American Medical Association has developed(More)
The anticipated shortage of dental faculty presents a challenge for dental education as it will greatly impact the training of the next generation of practicing dentists. One way to alleviate shortages is to identify students who are interested in an academic career at the predoctoral level and provide them with training in teaching, research, and(More)
The J Project physician education and clinical research collaboration program was launched in 2004 in Eastern and Central Europe (ECE). In less than 10 years, it has achieved remarkable success. This project aims to increase knowledge in the field of primary immunodeficiency disorders (PID), and to improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients worldwide,(More)
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