Ann Arbor, MI — January 19, 2015 — The University of Michigan School of Dentistry topped the nation’s dental schools last year in the number of articles that were published in academic dentistry’s premier publication, the Journal of Dental Education.
Ten articles were authored and co-authored by a total of 31 U-M faculty, residents, dental students and staff. Topics and the months each article appeared in JDE were:
- Educating Dental Students About Diet-Related Behavior Change (January)
- Community-Based Dental Education and Dentists’ Attitudes and Behavior Concerning Patients from Underserved Populations (January)
- Why Integrating Research and Scholarship into Dental Education Matters (March)
- Recruiting Underrepresented Minority and Low-Income High School Students into Dentistry While Educating Dental and Dental Hygiene Students About Academic Careers (March)
- Providing Care for Underserved Patients: Endodontic Residents, Faculty Members, and Endodontists Educational Experiences and Professional Attitudes and Behavior (May)
- Dentists' Leadership-Related Educational Experiences, Attitudes and Past and Current Behavior (June)
- Dental Students and Faculty Members’ Attitudes Toward Care for Underserved Patients and Community Service: Do Community-Based Dental Education and Voluntary Service-Learning Matter? (August)
- Nursing and Dental Students and Pediatric Dentistry Residents Responses to Experiences with Interprofessional Education (September)
- Students' Perceptions of a Standardized Patient Instructor Conflict Resolution Program (October)
- Costs of Health IT: Beginning to Understand the Financial Impact of a Dental School EHR (Electronic Health Record) (November)
The Journal of Dental Education, a peer-reviewed monthly journal of the American Dental Education Association, has published the results of educational and scientific research in dental, allied dental, and advanced dental education since 1936.