Join us at this multidisciplinary program on May 11, 2018 where experienced healthcare providers discuss important emerging areas of HIV medicine as they relate to today’s primary care practices. For more information, or to register visit Annual HIV Care Conference.
More info coming soon at www.neaetc.org!
Join us on Tuesday, March 6th at noon in Sackler 316 to learn more about being a Big Sister. A representative from the Big Sister program will be here to talk about both Community-Based mentoring opportunities as well as Site-based mentoring (visiting your “little” during her lunch break at the elementary, middle, or high schools right here in Chinatown). Many Tufts students have loved this program as a way to be involved in our local community! Please RSVP to email@example.com.
Check out last weeks post and challenge in Spanish to practice your bilingual skills!
This past November 18th, members from Hispanic Dental Association had the opportunity to participate in the Health Education Fair, Latinos for Waltham. The students provided oral health instructions to the participants and tips on how to maintain a healthy mouth. At the event 20 families in need from the Waltham community participated and were gifted Turkeys and other foods for the Thanksgiving festivities. Throughout the event the community members also had the opportunity to speak to an Immigration lawyer and a financial specialist to seek help and have their questions addressed. On behalf of the HDA Community Service Representatives we would like to give a special thanks to Christian Mendoza (D20) and Janelle Diaz (D20) for participating and making this event successful.
On Wednesday, March 21st, 2018, Dr. Kenneth Mayer, Dr. Virginia Triant, and Dr. Rajesh Ghandi will give updates from the 2018 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI). For more information or to register, visit: CROI Update 2018.
NEAETC and BU Graduate School of Dental Medicine will be co-sponsoring an event for oral health professionals on March 17, 2018 from 5:30-8:30. Topics will include Oral Manifestations of HIV Disease, Pro-exposure Prophylaxis: The Exposure and Beyond, and Hepatitis B & C Update. For more information or to register, click here: HIV Interprofessional Update!
Join TUSDM’s student leaders at the Annual Student Leadership Dinner and Training on Wednesday, February 21st! Being an effective leader is an essential skill whether you are the head of a student organization, a group practice or a team in a dental clinic. This workshop will get you thinking about your leadership style, strengths you possess, and deepen your understanding of how you work in a team to advance your goals all while having some good food and meeting more fellow student leaders!
Guest trainer: Mindy Nierenberg, Tisch College
To RSVP for the event click here!
Last week, The Boston Globe featured an article discussing the recent trip TUSDM students and faculty made to Jamaica to provide dental care and education to those in the rural populations. The trip stresses Tuft’s values of citizenship and creating a better world.
Check out the article here!