ASDE Board and General Membership Meeting
at American Dental Education Association – Annual Session
The annual Membership meeting and semiannual ASDE Board of Directors Meeting are combined this year. Any member of ASDE or ADEA member is invited to attend the meeting.
Sunday, March 18, 2018 1-2PM
Orlando, FL Gaylord Resort and Convention Center, room TBA
Exposing the Hidden Curriculum—Creating a New Conversation
American Dental Education Association Annual Session
The “hidden curriculum” is a set of values and beliefs that are a powerful factor in the education and moral environment of an educational institution. It involves the culture—values, behaviors and ethical decision-making that are exhibited and embodied in the academic setting by all stakeholders. Best practices will be presented with a focus on promoting modeling of professional and ethical behavior in the academic environment by students, faculty, administration and staff. Presenters: Frederick More, Toni Roucka, Maya Ardon, M.A., Austin Le, M.Sc., Karen Homsi
- Describe the impact that the hidden curriculum has on the educational experience.
- Develop strategies to engage others in conversation to address hidden curriculum issues locally.
- Appreciate the student perspective on the hidden curriculum and how it affects alumni relations.
Sunday March 18, 2018 2-3:30PM
[note: attendees must register for the ADEA Annual Session to attend this course.]
Orlando, FL Gaylord Resort and Convention Center
ADEA Special Interest Group Professional, Ethical and Legal Issues in Dentistry Business meeting
ASDE members are encouraged to attend this meeting. On the agenda for this SIG is a proposal to enlarge the scope of the SIG including a more visible component of ethics and professionalism. Presenter: Pamela Zarkowski, SIG President-elect
Saturday, March 17, 2018 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Orlando, FL – Gaylord Resort and Convention Center
Through the Professionalism Lens: Seeing Vision 2030
This program is not sponsored by ASDE, but the topic area may be of interest to ASDE members. Presenters: Pamela Zarkowski, Lisa Itaya, Lillian Obucina, Michael Webb.
Sunday, March 18, 2018 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Orlando, FL – Gaylord Resort and Convention Center
Professionalism: A Core Value
ACD Annual Session – October 2017
This four hour course, presented by Larry Garetto and Phyllis Beemsterboer, will explore professionalism, how is it distinguished from ethics, and its basis as an essential attribute of professional life.
As a result of this course, the participant will be able to:
- Define professionalism and distinguish it from ethics
- Describe the basis of professionalism as a distinct value of health care providers
- Discuss the knowledge, skills and values that encompass the ideology of professionalism
- Analyze and discuss cases that demonstrate the integration of professionalism in health care practice
Wednesday, October 18, 2017 – Register with ACD
Atlanta, GA at the American College of Dentists’ Annual Session
Revisiting Professional Promises 2006 – Ethics of Access to Care
ADEA Annual Session
Summary: In 2006 a meeting was held to address Professional Promises: Hopes Gaps and Access to Oral Health Care. Key stakeholders were invited that represented education, public health, health and dental industry, organized dentistry and dental hygiene and ethics-based organizations. Ten years later it is important to revisit the themes discussed in 2006 and determine where we are as a profession. The panelists presented information based on three themes: evidence-based information outlining what the data says concerning access to care, professional and ethical issues related to social justice and oral health care including inadequate financial resources, and proposed solutions including direct access to care.
Panelists included: Pamela Zarkowski, Professor, University of Detroit Mercy, Kamyar Nasseh, Health Economist at the American Dental Association, Ralph Fuccilo, Senior Advisor, DentaQuest, and Frank Catalanotto, Professor, Department of community Dentistry and Behavioral Science at the University of Florida.
Monday March 20, 2017 in Long Beach, CA
American Society for Dental Ethics General Membership Meeting
American Dental Education Association (ADEA) Annual Session
Monday March 20, 2017, Long Beach, CA
Leadership and Ethics – Pillars of Professionalism in Dentistry
American College of Dentists Annual Session
Presented by Pam Zarkowski and Phyllis Beemsterboer, this 7 hour course will explore the basics of leadership and leadership ethics for dentists as it relates to leader-follower relations, power sharing and responsibility.
October 19, 2016 in Denver, CO
11th International Dental Ethics and Law Congress
Topics: The ethical and legal notions of professionalism and independence in the dental setting.
Venue: Westin Hotel and ADA Headquarters. The congress center is on Michigan Avenue
For additional info visit www.ideals.ac, or email to: email@example.com.
Supporting organizations include: ASDE, ACD, ADA
- Professionalism: Independence in global oral health
- 150th Anniversary – ADA Principles of Ethics and Code of Conduct
August 4th – 6th, 2016
Chicago, Illinois USA