Check out these links for great things to—from FREE museums to outside movies. Bring a picnic, a blanket and some friends.
Nothin’ better than Boston in the summer!
FREE Museums: https://www.boston.com/culture/arts/2017/06/19/starting-this-friday-here-are-all-of-the-museums-you-can-visit-for-free-this-summer
FREE Movies at the Hatch Shell on the Esplanade: http://www.bostoncentral.com/events/free_friday_flicks/p974.php
Friday June 23, Sunset (~8:24 pm) – Secret Life of Pets
Friday July 14, Sunset (~8:19 pm) – Sing
Friday July 21, Sunset (~8:14 pm) – Jungle Book
Friday July 28, Sunset (~8:07 pm) – Finding Dory
Continue reading Summer time… and the livin’ is easy(or easier) (:
Dr. Robert D. Buchanan (D46) had visited TUSDM in celebration of his 95th birthday! Hopefully, some of you were able to visit and greet him with a big Jumbo Welcome and wished him a very happy birthday!!
A little bit about Dr. Buchanan……
Continue reading The Man Behind the Statue (Dr. Robert Buchanan D’46) celebrates his 95th (:
Alpha Omega held their Get lucky grams 3/6-3/15/17. People were able to send anonymous notes and chocolate grams to be hand delivered to any student by the “AO leprechauns”. All proceeds of the grams fundraiser went to the Alpha Omega Holocaust Survivors Oral Health Program. The lucky grams had a great turn out and it was a creative and fun way to fundraise for a great cause.
Megan Milder (D18) reflected… “Through selling and delivering Lucky Grams at Tufts Dental, Tufts Alpha Omega was able to raise about $300 for the Alpha Omega Holocaust Survivors Oral Health Program while spreading some holiday cheer throughout the clinics. This was our first time having a fundraiser in this manner, and the success of the Lucky Grams shows that we will be able to have similar fundraisers in the future.”
“It’s easy to put people in boxes. There’s us, and there’s them”… At a time when basic human values of equality and freedom are being called into question on the global stage, it’s refreshing to see some counterpush.
The video shows a group of diverse people who discover that, beneath the surface, they have more in common with each other than what their outward appearances might suggest. Here at TUSDM, we embrace diversity in all of its dimensions, and this video speaks powerfully on behalf of our community. Maybe there truly is more that brings us together than we think.
Dear TUSDM D’17 and D’18 Students,
We are conducting a research project at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine (TUSDM) assessing the effects on patient understanding of oral health care when using an educational booklet in the TUSDM clinics. For this phase of the study, we are conducting focus groups with TUSDM patients and student providers to gain insight on their opinions about how the booklet looks, whether it is easy to read, and if you think it would be useful to you as a provider. We are writing to ask for your input because of your experience working in the Tufts pre-doctoral clinic and communicating with patients.
Your opinion and feedback on our booklet will help us test the effectiveness and refine it for the next phase of our study where it will be used to evaluate patient understanding of the booklet when used in the TUSDM undergrad clinic. The focus group will take place on site at TUSDM in a private room, and space is limited to 9 participants. The focus group will take approximately 90 minutes to complete. We will be audio recording the discussion for later review and analysis.
The focus group will take place at TUSDM on February 3rd at 430-6pm. If you complete the focus group, you will receive a $15.00 gift card to Target or Shaw’s/Star Market at the end of the session. If you have any questions or are interested in participating, contact co-Investigator Tuvy Phan.
Thank you in advance for your time,
Natalie Hagel, RDH, MS and Tuvy Phan, D18
Dear TUSDM Community,
You are invited to participate in a study being conducted at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine by Principal Investigator Dr. Britta Magnuson. This study aims to evaluate pre-doctoral students’ motivation to pursue post-doctoral education and eventually develop a career in Dental Public Health. We wish to obtain your input through a brief survey.
Your participation is voluntary and there are no foreseeable risks or personal benefits. There is no compensation for participation. No names or identifying information will be collected in this survey. Individual response will be kept confidential and will not be disclosed to any outside parties. You may choose to skip questions or stop participating at any time.
If you participate or do not participate, it will have no effect on your academic standing or your relationship with your professors. All data collected will be stored in a password protected computer. All data will be collected anonymously with no identifiable information collected. This study has been reviewed by the Tufts Medical Center/Tufts University Health Sciences Institutional Review Board (IRB).
The survey should take about approximately 10 minutes to complete.
Thank you in advance for your time,
Isaac Hong (D18)
We have some great materials to engage the community members but we could use a few more! I am looking for some creative volunteers to develop a few more games and community-based activities. If you have a few hours over the next month or two, give me a shout. Also looking for students to check out the literacy level of some of the games we have so that we can make sure they are age-appropriate! Contact Nanc at email@example.com