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!
On October 1st, Alisha Anand (D18) and DeAndra Jones (D18) represented the Tufts American Association of Pediatric Dentistry in Fall River, MA. The students helped table at a health fair hosted by Fall River community churches by speaking to families about healthy beverage choices and playing a jeopardy game to promote oral health.
Hop on Dental Central throughout the month of August to play weekly trivia!
Every Monday, the winner for the previous week’s trivia question will be announced and a new question for the week will be posted.
All answers can be found on Dental Central, so start exploring!
One lucky D21 will win a PRIZE each week!
Week 2 Winner: Congratulations to Emerly Hsu!
This week’s question:
Who can paint a painting, give out toothbrushes for outreach programs, deepen your understanding of health disparities in Chinatown, and tell you your Saturn return? And in which department can you find this person? (This one is a challenge! Two of these hints can be found on DC and will bring you to the answer.)
Please submit your answer to email@example.com.
On Wednesday, September 13th there will be a U.S. Air Force Luncheon session providing information regarding AF scholarships and opportunities. The lunch will take place in the 7th floor Becker Boardroom.
Colonel Michael Cunningham will be coming straight from the Pentagon with one of our AF Tufts alumni, Dr. Yuehang Su (D16).
The Air Force provides amazing opportunities to enrich your experience as a dentist, as well as provide Health Professional Scholarships which you may be interested in as far as reducing your debt. One thing every new dental graduate is lacking is experience. The Air Force would give you the experience, be it in a GPR, AEGD or just practicing dentistry without being concerned about overhead, personnel support, insurances etc. You would be a much more viable candidate for a civilian position after practicing AF dentistry. Being an Air Force veteran himself (as an enlisted man, general dentist and endodontist), Dr. Charles Rankin can testify what a great opportunity the USAF has presented to him. So if you’re curious in what the Air Force may be able to offer you, please send an email to Charles.firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions and to be put on the guest list for the luncheon.
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.”