A running list of pioneers in education among my kin.
Cain D. Sauls, Tuskegee Institute?
Henry E. Hagans, Howard University, prep.; Shaw University, BA 1890. 259 more words
As a dental student you will be spending quite a bit of time with your books, your notes and your computer. It’s like a bad relationship that you don’t want to be in but it’s out of your control because if you gave up then your life will go downhill….like down in the valley. 320 more words
The other day in clinic I challenged one of the clinical skill assessments that we have to do and even though we get perio pretty much drilled into our head at our school, I was pretty nervous about making sure I can explain periodontitis in a way that the patient will understand….yenno, throwing out words like “attachment loss,” “probing depths,” and “mobility” mean nothing unless there is a prior knowledge base to go from. 261 more words
In the craziness of the last couple of weeks, I forgot to update all my pre-dental / dental student readers out there that my article I wrote for the American Student Dental Association’s blog, Mouthing Off, was published recently. 74 more words