Can Noncognitive Components of Admissions Data Predict Dental Student Performance and Postdoctoral Program Placement?
I am incredibly thankful to my mentors in dental academia and for the opportunity to explore dentistry from the clinical, academic, and research perspectives.
CLICK HERE to read the published article on the latest issue of the Journal of Dental Education.
© 2018 Mirissa D. Price: A Dental Student, A Writer, A Journey to Share.
One of the standards of dental ethics is patient self-determination. By providing patients with the opportunity for voluntary, informed consent or refusal, dentists can empower patients to take charge of their treatment choices.
After being in the dental clinic as a pre-doctoral student, my eyes opened to the possibility:
- What if this informed consent process were made easier – for patients and providers?
- What if the information weren’t so … dare I say, boring, and possibly even confusing?
- What if quality of process and experience were both taken into consideration in a re-haul of this tedious routine?
So I took to the Huffington Post with a dental practice management article of a research-base. If informed consent is something that interests you, be sure to FOLLOW THIS LINK and take a look.
© 2017 Mirissa D. Price: A Dental Student, A Writer, A Journey to Share.