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Anti-Racism Reading Group’s September Read:

Join in on Zoom on Friday, September 10th at noon to 1pm EST to discuss What is Race?

  • This month’s reading explores the meaning of race. It is a quick read written comic book style.
  • Register here.

New Resource: Textbook: Dental Benefits and Practice Management: A Guide for Successful Practices

As described by the publisher, Wiley, “a practical tool that helps you manage your office in tune with the realities of modern dental practice. Written by both dentists and insurance industry professionals.”

Virtual Workshops:

Virtual workshops are free, open to the entire Tufts community, and held via Zoom. To facilitate the informal nature of workshops and create a welcoming environment for those who prefer not to be recorded, please note that they are not recorded. Click on the link to read full descriptions and register.

Resource Highlight: Dental Board, Licensure, and Post-Grad Exam Review
Find a convenient list of Library provided supplementary study aids for boards, licensure, and post-grad exams.

Dental Librarian Office Hours in September

Throughout the month of September, Amanda Nevius, Hirsh library staff, will be hosting office hours on Zoom by appointment.

  • Tuesdays 4:00 through 5:00
  • Wednesdays 4:00 through 5:00
  • Thursdays 12:30 to 1:30

Book a time here (click on “Schedule Appointment.”)

Don’t forget you can also always email Amanda Nevius ( as well. 

Featured Article:

Each newsletter Hirsh Library’s staff will draw out one dentistry/oral health related recent publication that they think will be of interest to the TUSDM community.

Macdonald ME. It’s time to make dental education ‘grief literate’ [published online ahead of print, 2021 Jul 26]. J Dent Educ. 2021;10.1002/jdd.12753. doi:10.1002/jdd.12753

Suggested Leisure Reading and Library Sponsored Leisure Activities:

Each Hirsh newsletter will highlight a suggested leisure reading available to the Tufts community. They will also highlight any leisure activities sponsored by the library going on this month.

  • Reading: Lewis, A. (2017). What my last man did.
    A collection of 10 short stories that may be read as standalones but also together tell the story of one family across multiple generations.