The collection, preparation, and distribution of news and related commentary and feature materials through such media as pamphlets, newsletters, newspapers, magazines, radio, motion pictures, television, and books. While originally applied to the reportage of current events in printed form, specifically newspapers, with the advent of radio and television the use of the term has broadened to include all printed and electronic communication dealing with current affairs.
Content, management, editing, policies, and printing of dental periodicals such as journals, newsletters, tabloids, and bulletins.
The collection, writing, and editing of current interest material on topics related to biomedicine for presentation through the mass media, including newspapers, magazines, radio, or television, usually for a public audience such as health care consumers.
The total of dental diagnostic, preventive, and restorative services provided to meet the needs of a patient (from Illustrated Dictionary of Dentistry, 1982).
Use for articles concerning dental education in general.
Educational institutions for individuals specializing in the field of dentistry.
Individuals enrolled a school of dentistry or a formal educational program in leading to a degree in dentistry.
Localized destruction of the tooth surface initiated by decalcification of the enamel followed by enzymatic lysis of organic structures and leading to cavity formation. If left unchecked, the cavity may penetrate the enamel and dentin and reach the pulp.
Dental care for patients with chronic diseases. These diseases include chronic cardiovascular, endocrinologic, hematologic, immunologic, neoplastic, and renal diseases. The concept does not include dental care for the mentally or physically disabled which is DENTAL CARE FOR DISABLED.
The giving of attention to the special dental needs of children, including the prevention of tooth diseases and instruction in dental hygiene and dental health. The dental care may include the services provided by dental specialists.
Facilities where dental care is provided to patients.
A richly vascularized and innervated connective tissue of mesodermal origin, contained in the central cavity of a tooth and delimited by the dentin, and having formative, nutritive, sensory, and protective functions. (Jablonski, Dictionary of Dentistry, 1992)
Persons trained in an accredited school or dental college and licensed by the state in which they reside to provide dental prophylaxis under the direction of a licensed dentist.
The teaching staff and members of the administrative staff having academic rank in a dental school.
Dental care for the emotionally, mentally, or physically disabled patient. It does not include dental care for the chronically ill ( = DENTAL CARE FOR CHRONICALLY ILL).
A superorder of CEPHALOPODS comprised of squid, cuttlefish, and their relatives. Their distinguishing feature is the modification of their fourth pair of arms into tentacles, resulting in 10 limbs.
A preparation of chicle, sometimes mixed with other plastic substances, sweetened and flavored. It is masticated usually for pleasure as a candy substitute but it sometimes acts as a vehicle for the administration of medication.
Polysaccharide gums from PLANTS.
An alloy used in restorative dentistry that contains mercury, silver, tin, copper, and possibly zinc.
A restoration designed to remain in service for not less than 20 to 30 years, usually made of gold casting, cohesive gold, or amalgam. (Jablonski, Dictionary of Dentistry, 1992)
A papular eruption of unknown etiology that progresses to residual papular erythema and scaling usually confined to the area of the mouth, and almost exclusively occurring in young women. It may also be localized or extend to involve the eyelids and adjacent glabella area of the forehead (periocular dermatitis). (Dorland, 28th ed)
A silver metallic element that exists as a liquid at room temperature. It has the atomic symbol Hg (from hydrargyrum, liquid silver), atomic number 80, and atomic weight 200.59. Mercury is used in many industrial applications and its salts have been employed therapeutically as purgatives, antisyphilitics, disinfectants, and astringents. It can be absorbed through the skin and mucous membranes which leads to MERCURY POISONING. Because of its toxicity, the clinical use of mercury and mercurials is diminishing.
Diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system. This includes disorders of the brain, spinal cord, cranial nerves, peripheral nerves, nerve roots, autonomic nervous system, neuromuscular junction, and muscle.
Publications printed and distributed daily, weekly, or at some other regular and usually short interval, containing news, articles of opinion (as editorials and letters), features, advertising, and announcements of current interest. (Webster's 3d ed)
Instruments or technological means of communication that reach large numbers of people with a common message: press, radio, television, etc.
The means of interchanging or transmitting and receiving information. Historically the media were written: books, journals, newspapers, and other publications; in the modern age the media include, in addition, radio, television, computers, and information networks.
A self-governing state of the Windward Islands in the West Indies, comprising Saint Vincent and the northern islets of the Grenadines. Its capital is Kingstown. It is one of the original homes of the Carib Indians supposed to have been sighted by Columbus in 1498. It was in English hands from 1627 till held by the French 1779-83. Saint Vincent subsequently became a British possession and, with other nearby British territories, was administered by the Governor of the Windward Islands till 1959. It attained a measure of independence in 1969 but achieved full independence as Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in 1979. Saint Vincent was the 4th century Spanish martyr on whose feast day Columbus discovered the island. Grenadines is derived from the Spanish kingdom of Granada. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p1054 & The Europa World Year Book 1993, p2441)
Islands in the Lesser Antilles, within the Leeward Islands. ANTIGUA, BARBUDA, and Redonda, an uninhabited island, constitute the independent state of ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA. The capital is St. Johns.
A chain of islands, cays, and reefs in the West Indies, lying southeast of Florida and north of Cuba. It is an independent state, called also the Commonwealth of the Bahamas or the Bahama Islands. The name likely represents the local name Guanahani, itself of uncertain origin. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p106 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p45)
An independent state in the West Indies. Its capital is Castries. It was probably discovered by Columbus in 1502 and first settled by the English in 1605. Contended for by the French and English in the 17th century, it was regarded as neutral in 1748 but changed hands many times in the wars of the 19th century. It became a self-governing state in association with Great Britain in 1967 and achieved independence in 1979. Columbus named it for the day on which he discovered it, the feast of St. Lucy, a Sicilian virgin martyr. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p1051 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p477)
The collective name for the islands of the Pacific Ocean northeast of Australia, including NEW CALEDONIA; VANUATU; New Hebrides, Solomon Islands, Admiralty Islands, Bismarck Archipelago, FIJI, etc. Melanesia (from the Greek melas, black + nesos, island) is so called from the black color of the natives who are generally considered to be descended originally from the Negroid Papuans and the Polynesians or Malays. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p748 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p344)
A republic consisting of an island group in Melanesia, in the southwest Pacific Ocean. Its capital is Suva. It was discovered by Abel Tasman in 1643 and was visited by Captain Cook in 1774. It was used by escaped convicts from Australia as early as 1804. It was annexed by Great Britain in 1874 but achieved independence in 1970. The name Fiji is of uncertain origin. In its present form it may represent that of Viti, the main island in the group. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p396 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p186)
Days commemorating events. Holidays also include vacation periods.
The religion stemming from the life, teachings, and death of Jesus Christ: the religion that believes in God as the Father Almighty who works redemptively through the Holy Spirit for men's salvation and that affirms Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior who proclaimed to man the gospel of salvation. (From Webster, 3d ed)
The obligations and accountability assumed in carrying out actions or ideas on behalf of others.
Restoration of human functions to the maximum degree possible in a person or persons suffering from disease or injury.
Information centers primarily serving the needs of hospital medical staff and sometimes also providing patient education and other services.
Education of the individual who markedly deviates intellectually, physically, socially, or emotionally from those considered to be normal, thus requiring special instruction.
A cabinet department in the Executive Branch of the United States Government concerned with improving and maintaining farm income and developing and expanding markets for agricultural products. Through inspection and grading services it safeguards and insures standards of quality in food supply and production.
Policies and programs which ensure that DISPLACED PERSONS and chronic illnesses receive the support and SOCIAL SERVICES needed to live in their communities.
Radiographic techniques used in dentistry.
Using an INTERNET based personal journal which may consist of reflections, comments, and often hyperlinks.
A relatively common neoplasm of the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM that arises from arachnoidal cells. The majority are well differentiated vascular tumors which grow slowly and have a low potential to be invasive, although malignant subtypes occur. Meningiomas have a predilection to arise from the parasagittal region, cerebral convexity, sphenoidal ridge, olfactory groove, and SPINAL CANAL. (From DeVita et al., Cancer: Principles and Practice of Oncology, 5th ed, pp2056-7)
Neoplasms of the intracranial components of the central nervous system, including the cerebral hemispheres, basal ganglia, hypothalamus, thalamus, brain stem, and cerebellum. Brain neoplasms are subdivided into primary (originating from brain tissue) and secondary (i.e., metastatic) forms. Primary neoplasms are subdivided into benign and malignant forms. In general, brain tumors may also be classified by age of onset, histologic type, or presenting location in the brain.
Penetrating electromagnetic radiation emitted when the inner orbital electrons of an atom are excited and release radiant energy. X-ray wavelengths range from 1 pm to 10 nm. Hard X-rays are the higher energy, shorter wavelength X-rays. Soft x-rays or Grenz rays are less energetic and longer in wavelength. The short wavelength end of the X-ray spectrum overlaps the GAMMA RAYS wavelength range. The distinction between gamma rays and X-rays is based on their radiation source.

Clinical trials in orthodontics I: demographic details of clinical trials published in three orthodontic journals between 1989 and 1998. (1/8)

AIM: To test the hypothesis that there is insufficient evidence available, from clinical trials, to allow evidence-based decisions to be made on the effectiveness of orthodontic treatment. OBJECTIVES: To identify reports of orthodontic clinical trials and assess their demographic characteristics. DESIGN: A retrospective, observational study. SETTING: The American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, British Journal of Orthodontics, and European Journal Orthodontics. DATA SOURCE: Clinical trials published between 1989 and 1998. METHOD: A hand-search was performed to identify all clinical trials. The journal and year of publication, research method, interventions, and sample size of the trials reported were recorded. RESULTS: One-hundred-and-fifty-five trial reports were identified of which 56 (36.1%) were published from 1989 to 1993 and 99 (69%) from 1994 to 1998. Ninety-nine (69%) reports were published in the AJO-DO, 18 (11.6%) in the BJO and 38 (24.5%) in the EJO. Eighty-five (54.8%) were reports of randomized controlled trials and 70 (45.2%) of controlled clinical trials. The interventions most frequently assessed were bonding materials (21.9%), growth modification treatments (21.3%), and oral hygiene procedures (9.0%). The median sample size was 32 (IQR 19.5, 50). CONCLUSION: There is sufficient evidence available from clinical trials to warrant doing systematic reviews of orthodontic clinical trials to aid decision-making.  (+info)

Clinical trials in orthodontics II: assessment of the quality of reporting of clinical trials published in three orthodontic journals between 1989 and 1998. (2/8)

AIMS: To test the hypothesis that the quality of reporting of orthodontic clinical trials is insufficient to allow readers to assess the validity of the trial. DESIGN: A retrospective observational study. SETTING: The American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics (AJODO), the British Journal of Orthodontics (BJO) and European Journal of Orthodontics (EJO). DATA SOURCE: Clinical trials published between 1989 and 1998. METHOD: A hand search was performed to identify all clinical trials. The concealment of allocation, whether the trial was randomized, double blind, and whether there was a description of withdrawals and dropouts was recorded. RESULTS: One hundred and fifty-five trial reports were identified of which 4 (2.6%) were adequately concealed, 85 (54.8%) were described as being randomized, 10 (6.5%) as double-blind, and 44 (28.4%) gave a description of withdrawals and drop-outs from the trial. The type of randomization was considered appropriate in 78 (50.3%) reports and in 57 (36.8%) reports the level of blinding was considered appropriate. When assessed for the risk of bias in the reported trials,(1) one trial (0.6%) had a low risk of bias, 17 (11%) a moderate risk, and 137 (88.4%) a high risk. CONCLUSIONS: In general the quality of reporting orthodontic clinical trials was insufficient to allow readers to assess the validity of the trials. Reporting of clinical trials could be improved by orthodontic journals adopting the CONSORT statement(2,)(3) to ensure that all relevant information is provided.  (+info)

Changes in the prosthodontic literature 1966 to 2042. (3/8)

PURPOSE: To describe the growth and content of the prosthodontic literature over the last 4 decades, to make a prognosis on its probable development in the coming 4 decades and to discuss changes in the content of the International Journal of Prosthodontics (IJP) from its start in 1988 to 2004. METHODS: MEDLINE was searched for articles on prosthodontics published between 1966 and April 2004. All volumes of IJP were examined with respect to type, subject area and geographic origin of articles. RESULTS: Using the term "prosthodontics," the MEDLINE search produced 66,600 hits. The proportion of clinical studies increased from 1% during the first 10-year period to 13% since 2001. Articles on removable dentures decreased during the period reviewed, whereas those on implant prosthodontics increased. Randomized controlled trials were rare and often of inadequate quality. Literature reviews have become popular, but many do not follow current guidelines for systematic reviews. A marked change in geographic origin of articles in IJP has occurred, with a decrease in material from North America and an increase in that from Europe and Asia. The Internet and open-access publishing will probably have a great impact on the future development of the prosthodontic literature. CONCLUSIONS: Substantial changes have occurred in the prosthodontic literature between 1966 and 2004, and they can be expected to continue with the rapid development of information technology and increased use of the Internet.  (+info)

Critical appraisal and positive outcome bias in case reports published in Brazilian dental journals. (4/8)

The aim of this study was to carry out a critical appraisal to detect the occurrence of publication bias, specifically positive-outcome bias, in Brazilian dental journals. A convenience sample of twenty-eight dental journals published in Brazil between 1994 and 2003 was selected (564 issues containing 5,453 articles). Each article was classified according to methodological design; 1,064 were classified as case reports. A simple random sample of 435 articles comprised the final study sample and was submitted to a critical appraisal by previously trained raters. Although a great part of case reports achieve proper structural aspects, most authors did not consider important aspects that could help the decision making process, such as discussion of alternative approaches, limitation of the performed procedures, lack of long-term clinical follow-up, possible variations in treatment outcome, and failure to discuss limitations of study design. In addition, unanimous reports of successful outcomes of clinical interventions strongly suggest that publication of case reports was influenced by positive outcome bias, which may influence readers' clinical decision making process.  (+info)

A brief history of the publication of Biomedical Journals in Iran between 1901 and 1979. (5/8)

The history of the publication of biomedical journals parallels the development of modern medicine in Iran. Modern medicine was introduced to Iran in the mid-nineteenth century, particularly after the establishment of the Dar al-Fonun School in 1851. The foundation of this collage of higher education was instrumental in further advancement of modern medicine together with the publication of medical textbooks, but the biomedical journals were published later i.e. at the beginning of twentieth century and the first weekly public health periodical was established in 1901. From that point onwards, especially following the inauguration of the Faculty of Medicine of Tehran in 1934, the number and diversity of biomedical journals was gradually increased and their scientific quality was also improved. The present paper explores briefly the history of publication of 105 medical, dental, pharmaceutical, and public health journals from the early twentieth century up to the Islamic Revolution of 1979.  (+info)

Gender trends in dental leadership and academics: a twenty-two-year observation. (6/8)

The purpose of this study was to examine gender disparities in dental leadership and academics in the United States. Nine journals that represent the dental specialties and high published impact factors were selected to analyze the percentage of female dentists' first and senior authorship for the years 1986, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, and 2008. Data on appointment status and female deanship were collected from the American Dental Association (ADA) survey, and the trends were studied. The proportion of female presidents in ADA-recognized specialty organizations was also calculated. Overall, the increase in first female authorship was not statistically significant, but the increase of last female authorship was statistically significant in a linear trend over the years. The percentage of tenured female faculty members and female deans in U.S. dental schools increased by factors of 1.7 and 9, respectively, during the study period. However, female involvement in professional organizations was limited. Findings from this study indicate that female participation in authorship and leadership has increased over time. Nevertheless, females are still a minority in dental academics and leadership.  (+info)

Systematic reviews of topical fluorides for dental caries: a review of reporting practice. (7/8)


Early dental journalism: a mirror of the development of dentistry as a profession. (8/8)

The rise of dentistry from a mechanical trade to a profession has often been attributed to the so-called "triumvirate" of organization, education, and journal literature. This essay focuses on one part of the triumvirate, examining the role of journals in the growth of dentistry as a profession, from the appearance of the first journal in 1839 to the publication of the Index to Dental Literature in 1921. Rather than discussing the history of individual titles, it identifies some of the broader issues and problems that confronted early dental journalism. The evolution of dental journals from trade house publications to independent scientific literature mirrored the movement toward professional status in dentistry during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  (+info)

Abstract in Portuguese:. Resumo Este estudo avaliou o protocolo de aplicação (convencional/ER e autocondicionante/SE) e o grau de umidade da dentina (úmida e seca) sobre a resistência de união à microtração (μTBS) e a citotoxicidade transdentinária do sistema adesivo ScotchbondTM Universal (SU). Os valores de μTBS e o modo de fratura foram registrados 24 h após aplicação do sistema adesivo e restauração com resina composta pela técnica incremental. Para avaliação da citotoxicidade transdentinária, células odontoblastóides MDPC-23 foram semeadas na face pulpar de discos de dentina (0,4 mm de espessura) adaptados a câmaras pulpares artificiais (n = 8). O sistema adesivo foi aplicado na superfície oclusal, seguido de incubação por 24 h. A viabilidade e morfologia celular foram avaliadas pelo teste de Alamar Blue e MEV, respectivamente. Adper Single Bond 2 e Clearfil SE Bond foram utilizados como controle positivo do protocolo de aplicação ER e SE, respectivamente. Nenhum ...
MAFFRA, Carlos Eduardo Secco; SIROLLI, Marcelo; CAVALCANTI, Marília Cabral; et al. Effect of different doses of synthetic parathyroid hormone (1-34) on bone around implants: a preclinical rat model. Brazilian Dental Journal, Riberao Preto, Fundacao Odontologica de Ribeirao Preto, v. 30, n. 1, p. 43-46, 2019. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1590/0103-6440201902199 ...
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Journalism in South and Central America is a great way to kick-start your career as a journalist! Not only will you have the chance to take in the sights and sounds of the country, but youll be working with a local newspaper on a journalism internship during your gap year in South and Central America. International journalism is a fantastic way to learn about and experience the world of journalism and all that it involves. Journalism is notorious for requiring hard-work and dedication, and our journalism projects in South and Central America are ideal for you if you want to start on the road to your dream job.. Our journalism projects in South and Central America are suited for gap years, career breaks, or volunteering abroad and allow you the chance to immerse yourself in the exotic culture of your host country. Whichever form of journalism you want to go into, begin your dream career whilst soaking up a whole new culture when you volunteer in South and Central America. Give journalism a go ...
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The Journalism Research & Education Section invites submissions for its open sessions at the IAMCR that will be held in Braga (Portugal) 2010 from July 18-22. The overall conference theme is Communication and Citizenship. Rethinking Crisis and Change.. Making this connection between Journalism and Citizenship not only helps citizens all over the world to enhance their level of engagement, but also satisfies a global news-hungry appetite as a sound investment in better policy-making and a core element of good governance. The Journalism Research & Education Section invites papers within the general theme to promote conduct and dissemination of research into all facets of journalism research and journalism education.. The Journalism Research & Education Section covers five main themes ...
The public journalism movement emerged after the 1988 U.S. presidential election as a countermeasure against eroding trust in the news media and widespread public disillusionment with politics and civic affairs. Jay Rosen, a journalism professor at New York University, was one of its earliest proponents. From 1993 to 1997, he directed the Project on Public Life and the Press, funded by the Knight Foundation and housed at NYU. More recently, he runs the PressThink ( weblog. Former Wichita Eagle ( editor Davis Buzz Merritt steered his newspaper in a public journalism direction and wrote Public Journalism and Public Life, published in 1995. Academics and others who have written about the topic include Ted Glasser [3] (, Philip Meyer ( & his students (, Arthur ...
These geo-centric ventures, which are attempting to replace or supplement newspapers as the providers of local news and information, do fulfill the second prime principle of community journalism: Focus.. Focus is foremost. Bayosphere lacked focus, the same ailment eating away at newspapers. The thin-slicing of media into smaller and smaller segments that technology-enabled individuals can now readily reassemble into me-media forms is killing all forms of mass media. Journalism is general - for all newspapers that are not the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal or USA Today - must become more focused, more topical and more local. Citizen journalism provides newspapers and other organizations with an opportunity to do that, either by topic (sports, tech) or geography (hyperlocal). But, because media has become personal, both traditional and new forms of journalism are going to need more personality in order to compete for the attention of public already over-stimulated by all forms of digital ...
The American Society of News Editors (ASNE) is pleased to sponsor the publication of the Principals Guide to Scholastic Journalism through the ASNE Youth Journalism Initiative. Supporting the development of strong student journalism programs at the secondary school level has never been more important.. The onset of the digital age forever changed the way all of us interact with news. More data is produced in a single second than can possibly be consumed in a lifetime. A students ability to use critical thinking to analyze the credibility of news reports and information sources and to differentiate among facts, opinions and assertions are essential 21st century skills. Scholastic journalism programs help students learn these news literacy skills while providing a valuable service to their school community.. Student publications foster community and encourage public debate on issues that matter to students. ASNE encourages students to aspire to journalistic excellence and the highest ...
The documentary is part of the Change Makers Project, now in its fourth year, which has already broken new ground in multicultural reporting - winning the Australian student publication of the year in 2014 and the Queensland Multicultural Award for journalism and communication in 2015.. The Change Makers Project is a participatory, transmedia, hyperlocal journalism project that uses non-traditional newsgathering techniques to tell the true stories, Dr Downman said.. These techniques have been designed to empower the community and to allow them greater control in the way their stories are told.. UQs journalism students spend six months enacting relational journalism, where they take their time getting to know the high school students.. These relationships develop slowly and are cemented over a diverse range of activities at school and its through these relationships that authentic stories emerge.. The project is also the subject of new book to be published by Routledge. The Disruption ...
Release: Dec. 6, 2002. UI journalism students win national awards for feature writing. Two University of Iowa students have won national awards for collegiate journalism in a feature writing competition sponsored by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation.. Chao Xiong, a senior from Des Moines, placed 10th and won a $500 scholarship for his article, A Little Diversity on the Prairie, which was published July 28 in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, where he was a reporting intern in summer 2002. The story focused on the Hmong people in Walnut Grove, a town of 700 in southwestern Minnesota. The UI School of Journalism and Mass Communication in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will receive a $500 matching grant for Xiongs effort. Last month, Xiong was named 2002 Reporter of the Year by the Associated Collegiate Press, an organization that promotes excellence in college journalism.. Lauren Smiley, a sophomore, from Marion, placed 15th with her story Giving Sight for Sore Eyes, which was ...
Tali Woodward is the deputy editor at The Trace, a nonprofit newsroom covering gun violence. She has taught courses on interviewing, reporting, and business changes in journalism. For six years, Woodward was the director of the Master of Arts program overseeing the curriculum and managing the thesis process. Before coming to the Journalism School as a Master of Arts student, she worked for The San Francisco Bay Guardian, where she wrote investigative pieces about health care and politics and won awards for long-form writing. She has also written for magazines including Newsweek, New York, Sierra and National Geographic. Woodward earned a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley and a M.A. in science journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.. ...
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What I Do Now. I work at the New York Times. My official title is Live Interactive Video Editor. What that means is that I am the point person determining what interactive content will be live-streamed (and how) across NYT Facebook pages and other off-site platforms. I also often produce, coordinate, and shoot in studio and field streams.. Favorite Classes, Professors and Assignments at NYU Journalism. I enjoyed the journalism program once I got into my broadcast journalism classes. At that point, I quickly realized visual storytelling is my wheelhouse and Ive pursued it ever since. My favorite class was Television Newscast with Nancy Han. She was also a great professor who I kept in contact with even after graduating.. Most Rewarding Aspect of Being a journalism student at NYU. The most rewarding aspect was that I wasnt forgotten after graduation. I maintained a great relationship with Sylvan Solloway and have even been asked to come back to speak to students. I love feeling like more ...
A total of 19 papers submitted by Missouri journalism faculty, students and alumni received top awards.. The annual paper competition attracted 1,792 submissions from some of the top educators and students in journalism and mass communication from around the world. Of this number, 878, or 49 percent, were accepted for presentation at the conference.. Also at the convention Dean Mills, dean, accepted a plaque on behalf of the School for its role in the founding of AEJMC. And the Newspaper and Online News Division named Brian S. Brooks, associate dean, its Educator of the Year for 2012 during its annual business meeting.. Several Missouri journalism faculty members were elected to leadership positions. Amanda Hinnant is the new vice head of the Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk Division, Ryan Thomas is the newsletter editor for the Media Ethics Division, and Yong Volz is the new secretary/newsletter editor for the History Division. Tim Vos was appointed to chair an ad hoc ...
The Media School at the University of Indiana Bloomington is hosting the High School Journalism Institute (HSJI) for all students excited and ready to learn new skills or sharpen existing talents, and some will begin preparing their own schools publications and media projects for the coming school year.. The High School Journalism Institute offers workshops covering a wide array of journalism topics. These workshops offer hands-on experiences and tutorials.. Workshops include:. ...
2021 marks 100 years since The University of Queensland (UQ) first began teaching journalism. The first program of its kind in Australia, UQ journalism has produced outstanding graduates who have helped to shape the national media landscape. To celebrate this significant milestone the School of Communication and Arts will be celebrating the rich history of UQ journalism throughout 2021. This page invites you to join the celebration of this important milestone in Australias history.. ...
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The Japanese media environment is in a way richer than other countries, but at the same time it is structured inside a peculiar ecosystem. Part of it continues to gaze at world trends, and survives by trial and error within its niche, but sometimes a trial produces some unique characteristics because of this isolated media ecosystem. In Japan, the word journalism is usually limited to journalistic activity strongly related to public welfare and quite often journalists will simply call themselves writers. Interestingly this research has shown that sometimes those involved in Internet-based new media proclaim their activity as the real journalism. This chapter sets out an overview of the Japanese media, then a description of how the traditional media are trying to fit into the new age, and finally how the upcoming Internet media is starting up and changing journalism.. The media landscape in Japan. Traditional media such as newspapers, television and radio in Japan have been gradually ...
Although theres been good discussion about how to refine it, these questions dont generally involve whether its necessary to adapt in some smart, not-transitory way to the digital era, said Steve Coll, the dean at Columbia. Theyre really more about how do you execute the 10-month curriculum the best way, given that youre adapting to the digital era. Theres nobody standing in front of the train and saying, No, we must go back.. That sort of unanimity was endorsed in Above and Beyond: Looking at the Future of Journalism Education, a detailed report released in February by the Knight Foundation. Among its conclusions was that J-schools have been sluggish and shortsighted. Today, currency-the capacity to identify and master emerging market trends and media technologies and to integrate them quickly into journalistic work-is as critical to credible journalism education as command of Associated Press style and the inverted pyramid used to be, according to the report.. One prominent ...
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New York Film Academy (NYFA): First, can you tell us a bit about yourself, where youre from, and what brought you to New York Film Academy?. Clyde Gunter (CG): Im a 27-year-old multimedia journalist with a strong interest in producing content in the documentary format. I was born and raised in Southern Virginia. At the age of 19, I enlisted in the United States Navy where I served five years of active duty, working in operations intelligence and planning and tactics. My first three years were served in Nagasaki, Japan, and my final two years were spent in sunny San Diego, California. While enlisted, I developed an interest in still photography which led me to want to study the art form. However, because freelance photography didnt seem financially viable, I decided to explore another interest of mine, video journalism, which led me to the Broadcast Journalism program at New York Film Academy. NYFA: What inspired you to study both Documentary Filmmaking and Broadcast Journalism?. CG: I was ...
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I have had the good fortune to win the 2021 Japan National Press Club Award. This award is one of the most prestigious prizes in the Japanese journalism community. When I found my name posted on the JNPC website alongside those of past star laureates, such as Yoichi Funabashi, Hiroko Kuniya, Mikio Haruna and Yoshihisa Komori, I felt a sense of solemn humility and became determined to devote the rest of my life to journalism in Japan. The reason for the award is many years of leading and contributing to Japanese international journalism. Actually, for more than 30 years I have covered interna...
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All journalism is advocacy journalism. No matter how its presented, every report by every reporter advances someones point of view. The advocacy can be hidden, as it is in the monotone narration of a news anchor for a big network like CBS or NBC ... Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone
The term typesetting is used today when the appearance of a magazine, pamphlet, website page or newspaper is improved using various fonts, colors, type sizes, lines and photo placement. Typesetting, however, was a physical process of placing metal type by hand one line at a time. When I got into journalism in 1973 as a freshman in high school (Yes, Jennifer Retter, respected reporter and Ninja Journalism contributor, humans did walk the Earth back then), typesetting was already modern with a big machine called a Linotype. In journalism class, we typed our stories on a typewriter and made corrections and notations on the sheets of paper for the typesetter at the print shop. Such notations were to bold a word, enlarge headlines, make paragraph indentions and any corrections because there were no font selections and no spell checker on a typewriter ...
This institutional certificate allows Journalism and Mass Media students to develop skills and cross-training in the areas, providing opportunities for greater employability and professional development. To complete, Mass Media majors or minors are required to take 3 Journalism courses; English majors with a Journalism emphasis must take 3 Mass Media courses.. ...
November 15, 2009. They work or hail from 24 countries across the five major continents. They investigate and write news reports, create documentary films and viral videos, and among them are up-and-coming pioneers of Internet journalism. Many of them do that through multiple forms of media. They hush the imposed silences from above and make the voices from below heard. They are aged 18 to 65, from diverse economic, social, political and demographic backgrounds. And each ones experiences are compelling and unique.. The Class of 2010 of the Narco News School of Authentic Journalism that will convene next February on the Yucatán Peninsula of México humbles me. There is no way that in these brief introductions I give each of them below that I can do any single one of them justice. All I can do is give you a small glimpse at their skills, their passions, their commitment to authentic journalism and social justice; a taste of what youll be getting back from them, again and again, not just in ...
APA. Seward, Z. (2009, Mar. 27). A bet on the next news ecosystem: NYT plans modest cuts to lucrative Escapes section & Sunday magazine. Nieman Journalism Lab. Retrieved April 1, 2020, from Chicago. Seward, Zachary M.. A bet on the next news ecosystem: NYT plans modest cuts to lucrative Escapes section & Sunday magazine. Nieman Journalism Lab. Last modified March 27, 2009. Accessed April 1, 2020. Wikipedia. {{cite ...
APA. Doctor, K. (2010, Jun. 15). What does the shift from editor-as-gatekeeper to a collective pursuit mean for the news industry?. Nieman Journalism Lab. Retrieved August 15, 2020, from Chicago. Doctor, Ken. What does the shift from editor-as-gatekeeper to a collective pursuit mean for the news industry?. Nieman Journalism Lab. Last modified June 15, 2010. Accessed August 15, 2020. Wikipedia. {{cite ...
Ill be holding a special Taster Day on June 11 for anyone interested in studying journalism at postgraduate level - specifically data journalism (which includes a part time PGCert option for those already working in the industry) and multiplatform journalism (full time only). In the morning (10am-12.30pm), I will be running a taster of the…
EBU Director General Noel Curran delivers the BBC Lecture at the Prix Italia - 16 June 2021. Id like to consider today the challenges to the survival of professional journalism. But rather than adopt a fatalistic approach, Id also like to talk a little about what actions I believe can be taken for it to not just survive but also thrive. Ive always been passionate about journalism. Not naïve but passionate. Even as a young investigative reporter in Dublin years ago I was aware of the responsibility journalists carry. The implications of mistakes. The destruction of peoples lives and reputations if we get careless or worse irresponsible.. But my experiences also introduced me to the enormous public good that journalism can achieve. The imparting of knowledge and perspective. The holding to account of those who abuse their positions of power. The transformative impact on peoples lives.. Many events in my career brought this home to me but there are two, in particular, I would like to share ...
(Read part 1 here and part 2 here) The third student to catch the data journalism bug was Andy Brightwell. Through his earlier reporting on swimming pool facilities in Birmingham, Andy had developed an interest in the issue, and wanted to use data journalism techniques to dig further. The result was a standalone site -…
Last updated: 18 April 2011 - added statistical NLP book link]. There is something extraordinarily rich in the intersection of computer science and journalism. It feels like theres a nascent field in the making, tied to the rise of the internet. The last few years have seen calls for a new class of programmer journalist and the birth of a community of hacks and hackers. Meanwhile, several schools are now offering joint degrees. But well need more than competent programmers in newsrooms. What are the key problems of computational journalism? What other fields can we draw upon for ideas and theory? For that matter, what is it?. Id like to propose a working definition of computational journalism as the application of computer science to the problems of public information, knowledge, and belief, by practitioners who see their mission as outside of both commerce and government. This includes the journalistic mainstay of reporting - because information not published is information not known - ...
West Shores chapter of Quill & Scroll, an international journalism honor organization, is currently leading the campus in a celebration of Scholastic Journalism Week, which is dedicated to promote journalism and the First Amendment with emphasis on Americas press and expression freedoms. Junior Yasmeen Elsawaf, president of Quill & Scroll says various activities have been...
Journalism Ethics Goes to the Movies, a one-hour-and-50 minute video compilation for IJPC Associates members created to supplement the book edited by Howard Good.(Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, MD, 2008). Good is a professor of journalism at SUNY New Paltz. He was a pioneering author of a series of books on the image of the journalist in films and novels including Outcasts: The Image of Journalists in Contemporary Films; Girl Reporter: Gender, Journalism, and the Movies; The Drunken Journalist: The Biography of a Film Stereotype, and Acquainted With the Night: The Image of Journalists in American Fiction, 1890 -1930. Hes also written books on media ethics and public education. The IJPC Video follows Journalism Ethics Goes to the Movies chapter by chapter. The books 12 chapters explore issues that should concern anyone who aspires to a career in journalism, works in journalism or relies on journalism for daily information. The contributors do their exploring at the movies where sportswriters, ...
Exactly six years ago today, Dataharvest opened a pre-conference meeting of a large group of data trainers from across Europe - pioneers, who had the skills and the overview to not just do data journalism but also teach it to others.. Nice to be reminded as we are just putting the finishing touches to what will be the one of largest gatherings about data journalism training in Europe so far: The annual teachers conference in the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA), this year on data journalism, planned and organized in collaboration between EJTA and Arena/Dataharvest.. It is futile to try to put a starting date to data journalism or data journalism training. The Dataharvest conference grew out of a group of journalists, collecting data on EU farm subsidies since 2009. Across the world, journalists to a larger degree began to find, download, and analyse data around 15 years ago, and Computer-Assisted Reporting developed into data journalism. It was a new skill, and no-one knew how ...
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Missouri is the recognized leader for graduate study in journalism and strategic communication. More than 2,500 people have earned a journalism masters degree from Missouri since the first recipient in 1921.. Our journalism graduates are taking leadership positions at The New York Times and Washington Post; overseeing multiplatform news operations at major broadcast networks and cable stations such as CNN and NBC; spearheading global public relations and advertising plans for Ketchum, Fleishman-Hillard, BBDO, Ogilvy and others; writing articles and taking photographs for major magazines such as National Geographic; conducting major research studies; and so much more.. Missouri journalism masters graduates are quickly identified as fast-trackers, those individuals who clearly demonstrate the leadership qualities that are critical to an organizations success. You can join this elite group when you study journalism at Missouri.. If you desire to pursue a journalism doctoral degree, the ...
SPJs Journalism Education Committee is launching an initiative to strengthen Americas scholastic journalism programs, and were asking SPJ members to get involved by becoming mentors. Student journalists - and their teachers - need your expertise! Heres the call:. The J-Education Committee Needs Your Help. The Journalism Education Committee is creating a database of experts among SPJs membership, and we need your participation.. According to research in the committees new publication, Still Captive? History, Law and the Teaching of High School Journalism, many high school journalism programs report they receive very little help, if any, from local professionals or area universities.. SPJ has the ability to correct this. Share your professional expertise with a new generation of student journalists by hosting web-based video conferences, offering phone conversations with local school teachers and volunteering to be a classroom guest.. The Journalism Education Database will provide an ...
Purpose: The aim of the study is to reflect the perceived professional identities of female journalists in relation to investigative journalism and how much the legislative restrictions by the state change their perceived possibilities to produce journalism according to their ideals. Theory: Findings are discussed with the theory of social capital by Pierre Bourdieu. In The Forms of Capital (1986), Bourdieu introduces the accumulation of different forms of capital, such as social and cultural capital. Method: The study in hand is based on empirical research and its chosen approach is the concept of social capital by Pierre Bourdieu. Empirical research has been conducted by document collecting, interviewing, and participant observation. The data consists of six semi-structured interviews of educated female journalists. On top of empirical data, publications by the Media Council of Tanzania were collected and analyzed: Press freedom violations register (2016), Compendium of analyzes of media ...
J200 is the Schools intensive foundational course in the essentials of journalism. It is a first-semester requirement for all Journalism students. In faculty-led small sections, concentrating on deadline work for live publication, students learn and practice a wide array of reporting, writing and story presentation skills. Each section is organized around either a geographical community (Oakland and Richmond) or a subject specialty. ...
Humboldt State University. Student media makers, newspaper and yearbook staffs, journalism teachers and student media advisers, please join us for High School Media Day 2020 and the 3rd Annual Northern California Jackie Award ceremony. The event is open to all middle/junior and high school teachers and students in Northern California - even if your school doesnt have student media or a yearbook.. Weve planned plenty of hands-on activities for beginners, seasoned scholastic journalists and those interested in media literacy. The day also provides a chance to network with students, advisers and HSU professors, to win fun prizes and to be honored for your hard work at the HSU Jackies - our award ceremony for high school student publications.. Food, door prizes & swag for all!. Register here for this free afternoon. If you preregister with a pic, we can make you a spiffy HSU Journalism Press Pass with your name and photo.. Student participants can choose from several hands-on workshops led by ...
To encourage those who are teaching scholastic journalism or advising student publications without an adequate background to increase their knowledge of journalism and to provide a model for their continuing education ...
पदव्युत्तर वृत्तपत्रविद्या पदविका (Post graduate Diploma in Journalism) is a post graduate part time Diploma course which is offered only in Marathi. This self-financed course is run in collaboration with Pune Union of Working Journalists. It aims at training journalists for Marathi print media. However it also offers basic introduction to Broadcast and Web Journalism, as well as Advertising and Public Relations ...
MA Fashion Journalism is a well-established course that has been designed for graduates/professionals who wish to explore the changing face of fashion journalism, whether that be from an academic, consumer or entrepreneurial perspective. The course offers a proactive approach to the rapidly changing global landscape that challenges the role of the fashion media and examines how, as a practitioner, you can successfully disseminate an editorial message within it. In the light of globalisation and numerous ongoing controversies surrounding the fashion industry, the course examines a number of sociological and ethical issues that are emerging for journalists and content creators. Students are encouraged to challenge the current fashion system and develop disruptive editorial strategies that could potentially have both social and politically active outcomes. Focusing on both the written word and the curated fashion image, the course teaches expertise in both commercial content creation and ...
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The Tow-Knight Center serves as a catalyst for journalism innovation and sustainability by running education programs, events, and communities.. Since 2010, our Entrepreneurial Journalism programs have helped more than 130 aspiring journalism entrepreneurs from around the world develop new media ventures, including, Skillcrush, NK News, and How India Lives.. We launched the News Integrity Initiative to advance news literacy and increase trust in journalism. NII later refocused its work on improving diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) practices in the news business. While NII no longer exists as a stand-alone entity, its work on DEI continues as part of other programs at the Newmark J-School.. Two-thirds of the 24 graduates of our first-in-the-nation Engagement Journalism M.A. program were working full-time in news within six months of earning their degrees, at organizations such as ProPublicas Documenting Hate project and The Tylt.. Through our Communities of Practice program, ...
And with these acquisitions, similar stories have in fact broken out regarding billionaire ownership, influence, and power in journalism. For example, the Las Vegas Review Journal came into ownership of Sheldon Adelson, another billionaire and the CEO of Las Vegas Sands Casino, less than two years ago. And questions to journalistic independence came to light quickly.. Adelson may have compelled the newspaper to cover the presiding judge in a lawsuit against his casino, even before his acquisition of the newspaper was completed. After the sale, a Politico investigation outlined further questions to journalistic independence, citing for example a review process for articles about Adelson, a columnist resigning under claims later confirmed by an editor that he was prevented from writing about Adelson, and firing an editor known for her critiques of Adelsons influence. And right now there is a parallel developing story on outside corporate influence and backlash in journalism as well. The LA Times ...
A report in 2006 by the Sutton Trust [PDF at this link] showed that more than half of editorial posts at leading national newspapers had been educated at private schools, that is to say, middle class. As middle-class senior editors tend to appoint others like themselves, birds of a different, less privileged feather cannot find a way into the flock.. The Milburn report also pointed out that qualification inflation is a barrier towards equal social opportunities. If once an academic degree or an MA were considered desirable for a career in journalism, some people, such as Press Gazettes Dominic Ponsford, believe it is not the case any more as theoretical courses often do not provide the practical skills needed in a real newsroom.. Degrees do not come cheap. Whereas a full-time MA at City University will set back an aspiring journalist by £8,000, a number of institutions offer NCTJ-accredited courses of much shorter length.. The Brighton Journalist Works, for instance, offers a 10-week ...
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We're pleased to report that some Chicago area high school students are thinking about studying journalism in college and are among those testing the waters. We learned about the experiences of one student, Angelica LaVito, whose application to a journalism program we supported. And we asked her to take a bow on Trib Nation and write a post for us.
The Masters in Journalism - Media Innovation program trains journalists in skills like videography, data journalism, web development, and entrepreneurship.
Actor James Franco is teaming with nonprofit Honored to highlight the work of Palo Alto High School journalism teacher Esther Wojcicki. Wojcicki, the mother of YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki and 23andMe founder Anne Wojcicki, has built a beloved journalism program at Palo Alto High and Franco has taught at the school with her.. Media: Courtesy The MY HERO Project ...
Natasha Gardner writes and edits long-form journalism and multimedia projects for 5280. Gardner has been honored with two National Magazine Award nominations (for Direct Fail and Low on O2, which was co-written with Lindsey B. Koehler), a Knight-Risser Prize for Western Environmental Journalism for Dry Times, (co-written with Patrick Doyle) and a City and Regional Magazine Award in civic journalism for her reporting on Denvers police department. Her investigation of Colorados foster care system (Unwanted) received multiple honors, including a prestigious Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society of Professional Journalists. Gardner regularly appears on Colorado Public Television to discuss her work and current affairs. She was a Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma Ochberg Fellow in 2011. Before settling in Colorado, she worked in book publishing in New York. She has a BA from Smith College and holds a masters degree in journalism from the University of Colorado. She lives in Denver ...
Entries are now being accepted for the 2021 Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism, the nations top investigative business journalism contest.. The annual awards contest, named in honor of renowned investigative business journalists Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele, celebrates the best in investigative business journalism each year. It is sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State Universitys Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.. Gold, silver and bronze winners receive cash awards of $2,500, $1,500 and $500, respectively.. Last year, Luanda Leaks by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), Frontline, Expresso, The New York Times and 33 other media partners took the Gold Award. Drawing on leaked records, the investigation centered on Isabel dos Santos, Africas wealthiest woman, who built a reputation on the false claim that she made her fortune through business ...
On a more serious note, for me, blogging is the equivalent of a journal, albeit a public journal, not a private one. When I was a kid, I used to routinely write ideas, observations, and other sundry thoughts in a spiral notebook. Now I can inflict these ideas on unsuspecting denizens of the Internet, and they can return fire in the comments.. Erm, lost the seriousness there….. Like I said, this blog is journalism (as opposed to modern news reporting) in the old-school sense of the word: slivers of the world according to the Mad Biologist. What this blog is not is an appendage to my career. I am not using this as an alternative media platform or as a form of professionally publishing ideas. Nor am I using it as a way to flood the space with ideas Im trying to promote in my professional career under my real name: its not part of a larger marketing-public relations scheme involving public speaking, book tours, op-eds, webcasts, and TV interviews. Most importantly, I am not using the blog to ...
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Marlisse Silver Sweeney is a freelance journalist and non-practicing lawyer in Vancouver. She graduated from Columbias Graduate School of Journalism in 2013, and her writing has appeared in Salon, The Daily Beast, American Lawyer, and other print and online publications across North America. ...
The mass media are changing more rapidly now than at any time in the past century, and this course gives a context to those changes and provides an overview of what citizens need to know for understanding the role of the mass media in their public lives. Students explore the structure of media organizations; the professional and ethical values of journalists; the needs, desires, and influences of culture on media consumers; and the impact of evolving media technologies on public discourse. This includes critical analysis of the relationship of journalism and society and their effect on democracy, as well as the psychological, political, economic, and cultural values of citizens. 3 hours lecture. This is an approved Writing Course. This is an approved General Education course. (021263) ...
U.S. sports operations have been described as newsroom toy departments, at least partly because of their deviation from journalistic norms. Recently, however, more attention has focused on issues of ethics and professionalism; the failure of sports journalists to adequately cover steroid use in Major League Baseball has also directed critical attention to their roles and motives. This study, through a telephone survey of journalists in U.S. newsrooms, examines sports reporters practices, beliefs, and attitudes in regard to ethics and professionalism and how their ethics and practice relate. Results indicate that reporters attitudes toward issues such as voting in polls, taking free tickets, gambling, and becoming friends with sources are related to their views of public-service or investigative journalism. In addition, friendships with sources are linked to values stereotypically associated with sports as a toy-department occupation. These results suggest that adherence to ethical standards ...
This one-year Masters degree offers an intensive, practice-focused multimedia program. Youll develop a range of core skills and techniques centered on digital visual media including photography, video, data visualization, and social media. Youll also be trained in fundamental journalism practice and theory to ensure your creative skills are industry-ready and underpinned by sound professional practice. From the very first term, youll work on real assignments, during the second term youll develop chosen specialisms alongside your storytelling skills and produce a live project with a major media organization. In the third and final term, youll fine-tune skills via a 14-week self-directed assignment that should serve as a portfolio to launch or elevate your chosen career path. Alongside practice, students also gain a critical understanding of contemporary trends in the new media economy ...
Having set up a timeline dedicated to reporting on the sweeping job cuts affecting both senior and junior journalists alike, a trend is emerging for laid-off staff to use blogs, Twitter and other online sites and tools to capture their redundancy.. Reports such as Martin Gees set of Flickr images from his last day at the San Jose Mercury give a highly individual picture of how these cuts are being felt on a personal level beyond the redundancy figures and prediction stats.. In the summer, the Columbia Journalism Review started its Parting Thoughts series, posting responses from journalists leaving the industry or facing redundancy.. At the Gannett Blog, former Gannett editor Jim Hopkins crowdsourced a blogpost of lay-offs by the publisher, listed by newspaper area - at time of writing redundancies at 72 of Gannetts 85 US titles affected by the companys latest round of job cuts were accounted for in Hopkins post.. In an open blog post last week, Ryan Carson, co-founder of web application ...
Knight Science Journalism Fellowship program at MIT offerd for journalists specialized in science, health, technology and environment reporting.
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Liz Szabo (@LizSzabo) is now an enterprise reporter focusing on acute care and end-of-life issues for Kaiser Health News. She spent 12 years as a health writer at USA Today. The Cost of Not Caring has also been honored with a National Headliner Award, an Association of Health Care Journalists award for health policy reporting, and the James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism from Hunter College. Before joining USA Today, her investigation of dangerous doctors for The (Norfolk, Va.) Virginian-Pilot won two National Press Club awards and led Virginia lawmakers to tighten state laws for disciplining physicians. She has more than 50,000 Twitter followers. This years Cohn Prize entries were judged by Ben Patrusky, CASWs executive director emeritus; Joann Rodgers, a freelance writer and author, a CASW past president and current board member, and instructor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; and Cristine Russell, CASWs immediate past president and a current board ...
The Endocrine Society is calling for nominations for the 10th annual Award for Excellence in Science and Medical Journalism. The award recognizes outstanding reporting that enhances public understanding of health issues pertaining to the field of endocrinology.
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Ive turned into some sort of celebrity, observed Justin Trudeau in a front-page story in the Saturday, February 3, 2001, edition of The Globe and Mail. But Im not, he then pleaded. Im not.. Having arrived fairly recently at the pinnacle of Canadian not-celebrity-the Globe cover photo depicted the young man on a snowy crest of a British Columbian peak-the eldest son of the late prime minister Pierre Trudeau clearly enjoys one of the perks of being someone who merits media attention simply for being (like Everest) there. From the platform of his recent and indisputable national fame-which was confirmed by the 29-year-old private-school teachers showstopping live-television eulogy for his father-he can dismiss being famous.. Personally, Im not relishing being in the limelight, said the young man in the Globes Saturday Essay, but who nevertheless appeared on the front page, posed with studied casualness against a stirring Pacific coast backdrop of mountain and sky. After noting a ...
Habib Battah is an investigative journalist and founder of the news site Battah has covered Lebanon and the Middle East for over 15 years and teaches journalism and media studies at the American University of Beirut. He is a contributor to Monocle, The Guardian, BBC World, Al Jazeera and others, a former fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University and two-time recipient of the Samir Kassir Press Freedom Award. Battahs investigative work was recently recognized for outstanding local reporting by the Columbia University Oakes Award for Environmental Reporting. Battah earned a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin and an M.A. in Near East Studies and Journalism from New York University ...
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Businessman Mikhail Khodorkovsky-founded Open Russia, a nationwide community platform focusing on issues such as independent media, political education and the rule of law in Russia, awarded its journalism prizes at an event held at the House of the Blackheads in Tallinn on Wednesday.
West Virginians are suffering through an obesity epidemic with some of the nations worst statistics when it comes to obesity, diabetes, heart attacks and high blood pressure, among other chronic diseases.. This particular epidemic raged with little public awareness or broader policy action, in part because the topic was sometimes considered too impolite to discuss. That has changed, thanks to West Virginias leading newspaper, freelance journalist Kate Long, The California Endowment and the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.. Long is a 2011 grant recipient of the Dennis A. Hunt Fund for Health Journalism, a project of USC Annenbergs California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships. On Dec. 4-5, she joined dozens of distinguished journalists and representatives from some of the leading foundations that fund journalism and community health for a USC Annenberg conference on Expanding Coverage: News and Information to Enhance Community Health.. Speaking as part of a ...
Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Subharti Institute of journalism and Mass Communication is aesthetically designed with Spaciously built lecture-rooms-cum-demonstration rooms, fully equipped editing and new releasing studio, library and modern software, and ample opportunities for overall development of its budding professional student The Institute manages Modern computer lab P-IV networking system, 24 hours Internet LAN (Local Area Network) facility with 100% power backup ...
Personally, I think this is all very much an open question. I certainly dont envy Lord Leveson in his deliberations on how best to improve the standards and veracity of journalism. I certainly hate the idea of anyone being denied a voice or a platform - if thats even possible any more with the option of self-publishing online. Publish and be damned, etc. But can we really continue to allow some journalists to manipulate and distort the facts for their own purpose unchecked, particularly with subjects such as climate change? As the famous saying goes: Youre entitled to your own views, but not to your own facts. ...
Contact: Rennie Sloan, [email protected], 404-420-5129. Due to some confusion caused by The Carter Center listing April 13 as the deadline last year on its website, we will leave the window open for applications until April 13, 2016 at 11:59 pm EDT. Letters of recommendation are still due April 20, 2016. We apologize for the confusion this may have caused.. ATLANTA...Applications from U.S. residents are now being accepted for six one-year journalism fellowships with the Carter Centers Mental Health Program. These fellowships aim to enhance public understanding of mental health issues and reduce stigma and discrimination against people with mental illnesses through balanced and accurate reporting. The deadline for applications is April 6, 2016, and the fellowship recipients will be announced July 11, 2016, on the Centers website, The 2016-2017 fellowship year begins in September 2016.. For nearly two decades, Carter Center fellows have accurately and ...
Heidi Wigdahl is a multimedia journalist at KARE 11 in Minneapolis. She started her career at KTTC in Rochester, Minnesota before heading south to work at WBIR in Knoxville, Tennessee. Heidi has always been a solo video journalist and she enjoys every part of crafting a story. She has received three regional Emmys for Best Video Journalist. Her work has also been recognized by the Edward R. Murrow Awards, the National Press Photographers Association, the Midwest Broadcast Journalists Associations Eric Sevareid Awards and the East Tennessee Society of Professional Journalists. In 2015, the Tennessee Associated Press named her Best TV Reporter. Heidi graduated from DePaul University where the College of Communication named her Journalism Student of the Year. She has been able to cover many noteworthy events but reporting on Kitten Bowl V during the Minnesota Super Bowl remains a career highlight. Besides her work as a general assignment reporter, Heidi features local businesses every week as ...
Hungary should withdraw a state journalism award given to a TV presenter whose station was fined in 2011 for making derogatory remarks about Gypsies and Jews, Israels ambassador said Monday.Ambassador ...
Find API in Seville, Spain: Spanish Language and Humanities at World Journalism Institute (WJI Times Observer), along with other Study Abroad in Asheville, North Carolina.
Aimee Moore, a 28-year-old woman from Stratford, Ontario, walks on to the stage of the Dr. Phil show in January 2008. Just before Moore came onstage, the crowd was shown a long tape of what a day in her life is like. In the tape they saw Moore gagging and vomiting into a garbage can, poking and prodding at her nearly naked, emaciated body, and weeping in a hotel bed as she describes her daily binge-purge routine.. Dr. Phil McGraw asks Moore how many times she hadthrown up that day. About 40, she says quietly. Youve purged 40 times today? McGraw looks at his watch. And…were not to noon yet.. Conversations about dieting and weight loss surround us in the media. But Moores tale, and others like hers, is not a success story about weight loss and willpower. It is a narrative about eating disorders, a serious mental illness. They affect an average of 3.5 percent of Canadian women between the ages of 15 and 25, and have the highest mortality rate of all mental illnesses-between 10 and 20 ...
The Illusion called medical journalism: the deep secret by Jon Rappoport November 17, 2016 (To read about Jons mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) ---Some of the greatest illusions are sitting out in the open. They are bypassed for two reasons. People refuse to believe they are illusions, despite the abundant evidence; and the professionals…
Which brings me on to the question of condemning or condoning. I make no secret of the fact that, quite apart from my journalism, my political sympathies lie with the anti-cuts movement. But more than anything else, since I arrived at Millbank on the tenth of November just in time to see the windows kicked in, I have wanted to understand the nature of the political changes taking place in this country. This is why I have taken care to record and speak out about any instances of deliberate violence against police I happen to have seen. Its also the reason Ive resisted the temptation to become member of any political party or anarchist group: its easy to reel off propaganda (especially if ones style has a sliiiiight tendency to drift towards bombast) but far more difficult really to anatomise a movement and a generation and a nation in traumatic flux. ...
The awards program went global last year, thanks to a doubling of the endowment by The Kavli Foundation, and two awards were established in each of eight categories: a Gold Award ($5,000) and Silver Award ($3,500). There were entries this year from 54 countries - up from 44 last year - and the 2016 winners include journalists from China, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.. The science journalism awards have been administered by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) since their inception in 1945. Independent panels of science journalists select the winners.. Bosse Lindquist and his colleagues at the Swedish public broadcaster, SVT, won the Gold Award for in-depth television reporting for a three-part documentary on Paolo Macchiarini, an Italian surgeon on the staff of the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm. He had gained worldwide attention for his work on synthetic tracheas, or windpipes, for human transplantation. But the documentary showed how ...
Habib Battah is an investigative journalist and founder of the news site Battah has covered Lebanon and the Middle East for over 15 years and teaches journalism and media studies at the American University of Beirut. He is a contributor to Monocle, The Guardian, BBC World, Al Jazeera and others, a former fellow at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University and two-time recipient of the Samir Kassir Press Freedom Award. Battahs investigative work was recently recognized for outstanding local reporting by the Columbia University Oakes Award for Environmental Reporting. Battah earned a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Texas at Austin and an M.A. in Near East Studies and Journalism from New York University ...
The six, chosen from JMSC Associate Professor Thomas Abrahams Reporting Health and Medicine class, comprised Nancy Dai Yue, Sophia Xu, Emma Jia, Nicky Ng, Qian Xu and Shirley Yan.. Topics of discussion at the Hong Kong Child Safety Conference on February 11 ranged from violence and bullying, alcohol and substance abuse, cyber bullying, suicide, traffic injuries, domestic injuries and sports injuries.. Xu said it was a good opportunity to hone her reporting on deadline.. We had to finish the story half an hour after the session - so it was really newsroom-style speed and I gained a lot confidence from this challenge, she said.. Dai also found the experience valuable. Journalism is always about simplifying complicated ideas and telling them to the audience in an effective way, Dai said.. I had to constantly keep up with the speakers, extract the main points from their speeches and write the ideas in a simple but precise way so that people who were not present at my session could understand ...
Izzy: Is that all he does? Sit and smoke in front of a computer? What about that guitar that Rolling Stone mentioned, the one that he jokes that the narco-banker sued him for? Does he play well? Does he sing? What does he sing? Does he write songs? What? One of his friends told you hes a popular club performer, and thats how they met? Did you ask her what he sings? Does he sing in Spanish or English? Heh. No wonder he doesnt like journalists. What musician does? Did you talk to his old friend Pete Seeger, or any of his rock and roll pals? You make him seem so one-dimensional here. I hear hes a chess player, too. Is he any good? Hasnt he also read at the St. Marks Poetry Project? The guy obviously has a life outside of journalism. Maybe you dont, I dont know. But he clearly does! I cant believe you missed that! You say you stayed at his house when you werent at that expensive hotel, right? He was nice to you, wasnt he? He gave you the benefit of the doubt? He answered every question of ...
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David is co-director of the China Media Project, and editor of the projects website. He is the author of Dragons in Diamond Village (Penguin), a book of reportage about urbanisation and social activism in China, and co-editor of Investigative Journalism in China (HKU Press). His writings have appeared in the New York Times, the Far Eastern Economic Review, the Wall Street Journal, Index on Censorship, the South China Morning Post and others. He received a Human Rights Press Award in 2007 for an explanatory feature about Chinas Internet censorship guidelines. David is a producer of Chinese independent films through his Hong Kong production company, Lantern Films. He has a Masters degree from Northwestern Universitys Medill School of Journalism. Mr. Bandurski is an honorary lecturer at the Journalism & Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong.. ...
For services to Parliamentary journalism. Beryl Alexandra Duckworth. For Political and Public Service in the North West of ... Paul Anthony Bramley, Professor of Dental Surgery, University of Sheffield. James William Alexander Burnet (Alastair Burnet). ... For services to journalism and broadcasting. Lawrence Byford, CBE, QPM, HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary. John Robert Cater, ...
"DDS/DMD Doctor of Dental Surgery/Doctor of Dental Medicine Schools/Programs in the United States of America". ... "About the School of Journalism - our school". Retrieved July 10, 2014. "About Us - SOMAS". Archived from the original on July ... Stony Brook is also one of two public schools in New York to have a medical school and a dental school, the other being ... It is home to the School of Dental Medicine, the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (SoMAS), the Cody Center for Autism ...
... he joined a roster of journalism notables as winner of the Damon Runyon Award for Outstanding Contributions to Journalism. His ... "Rick Reilly's Complete Dental Records". Slate. Reilly, R. Excuse Me for Asking. Sports Illustrated archive, retrieved March 8, ... "Denver Press Club's Damon Runyon Award for contributions in the field of journalism". Denver Press Club. Archived from the ... He is especially harsh on dental flossing. He described Tiger Woods's 2002 victory at Augusta as suspenseful as flossing, ...
Head, Division of Child Dental Health, University of Bristol. For services to the use of IT in the Dental Profession and to ... For services to Journalism and to humanitarian causes. Gerald Acher. Senior Partner, KPMG London Office and Vice Chairman, ... Dental Practitioner, West Yorkshire. For services to Children's Dental Health, especially for Ethnic Minorities. Joseph Edward ... For services to Journalism. Hossain Rezaei. Managing Director, Pride Valley Foods. For services to the Ethnic and speciality ...
Rohilkhand Institute of Dental Sciences. Rohilkhand College of Nursing. Rohilkhand School of Nursing. Rohilkhand College of ... Rohilkhand College of Humanities and Journalism. The university occupies a campus of about 44.5 acres. It has academic, ... Animation Journalism and Mass Communication Management Commerce Psychology Sociology English Hindi "NAIK CLEARED EIGHT BILLS". ...
Amnesty International viewed the reasons for Martha's imprisonment as being her journalism and her supports for Oromo rights. ... Martha obtained a meeting with her children by faking the need for dental treatment. Organisations including PEN America ... Apart from her lifelong involvement in journalism and writing, Martha became active in PEN Canada and Amnesty International, ...
Examples include journalism school, business school, medical schools, pharmacy schools (Pharm.D.), and dental schools. A common ...
The Southern California State Dental Association accused Brady of misinforming his readers on specific dental ailments. An 80 ... American Journalism 14 (3-4): 530-538. Anonymous. (March 19, 1972). "Dr. Brady, Writer". Democrat and Chronicle. p. 24 ... Time and again leading medical and dental journals have called attention to Brady's inaccuracies and proved them to be such, ... Journal of the American Dental Association 33: 623-624. J. C. A. H. (1946). Brady-Bunk or Debunk?. Journal of the Southern ...
Her mother was a dental assistant and her father was an electronic technician. After her service in the Israeli Defense Forces ... She is the first independent journalist, not backed by a media organization, who was accepted to the Israeli Journalism and ...
She was admitted to the Higher University of San Andrés and graduated with the title of dental surgeon. She also studied law, ... Paredes was the first vice president of the Pro-School Committee of Journalism, founded on 2 September 1957. She was a member, ... politics, journalism, library science, and craft design. Paredes was the first president of the University Women's Union (Unión ...
Dental Assisting; Dental Hygiene; Medical Laboratory; Nursing - BScN; Paramedic; Personal Support Worker; Pharmacy Technician; ... 5 million grant from the federal government the building was turned into a state of the art journalism school; the first of its ... Journalism; Music Theatre Performance; Tourism and Travel Skilled Trades Chef; Culinary Management; Electrical Techniques; ...
Born in Paris, after medical studies and graduating as a dental surgeon, Samuel chose to devote himself to classical music ... journalism. He was a regular contributor to various newspapers of the daily press (Paris-Presse, from 1961 to 1970; Le Matin de ...
President, General Dental Council. For services to the dental profession. Helena Shovelton. For services to the Citizens Advice ... For services to Broadcast Journalism. Hugh Shuter Platt, TD For services to Post Graduate Medical Education. Bishop Wilton ... For services to Dental Training. Geoffrey Rutson Verb. For services to the community in Ilkley, West Yorkshire. Valerie Enid, ... For services to the dental profession and to surgery. (Chichester, West Sussex) Graham Peter Arthur Winyard. Director, Health ...
Esther Wilkins, rock star of dental hygiene, dies". Dunn, P. M. (2007). "Arvo Ylppö (1887-1992): pioneer of ... A. Norman Guthkelch fought injustice to the end". Center For Health Journalism. Retrieved 2016-08-09. Draper, Philip; John ... September 7, 2017, Home/News on website of Harvard School of Dental Medicine, accessed September 8, 2017 Luttner, Sue (2016-08- ...
... graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism in 1986. Capus began his journalism career in radio and print, working at ... His mother is a teacher's aide; his father is a district manager for a dental supply company. He graduated from William Tennent ... 2004 Gerald Loeb Award for Television Short Form business journalism for "The Jobless Recovery" "Steve Capus Joins CBS News as ... Capus also brings his extensive management and award-winning journalism experience to the CBS Evening News as Executive ...
For services to Journalism and to public life in Scotland. The Honourable Rocco Forte, Chairman and Chief Executive, Forte plc ... Professor Martin Bobrow, Prince Philip Professor of Paediatric Research, United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy's and St ... For services to Journalism and to the Newspaper Industry. James Graham Park. For political service. Derek Pooley, Chief ... For services to Journalism and to the community in Barnsley. Malcolm Stuart Boshier, Gypsy Liaison Officer, Swale Borough ...
The journalism division, now part of the School of Journalism and Media, is one of the oldest in the country, opening as part ... In 2013, the School of Dentistry and the School of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education merged to create the School of ... In 1991, it became one of the first to teach journalism undergraduate degrees, with a strong emphasis on practical work. ... Design and Fashion Business Community Health and Midwifery Dentistry Engineering Journalism, Media and Performance (Now called ...
Then her father objected to journalism and insisted on her studying medicine. For the winter semester she went to Berlin. She ... She had enough capital to take over her father's dental cabinet in Recklinghausen, a small town in Westfalia. Ingeborg made her ...
For services to Journalism. (Downpatrick, Down) John Winston Draper. For services to Young People and to the Rotary Movement in ... Belfast) William Ronald Allen, For services to Dentistry and to the British Dental Association. (Braintree, Essex) Mrs Doris ... For services to Journalism. (Brighton, Sussex) Professor Dugald Cameron, Lately Director, Glasgow School of Art. For services ... For services to Journalism. (Hillingdon, Middlesex) Timothy Leonard Spall, Actor. For services to Drama. (London, W1P) Hugh ...
She was a Knight Science Journalism Fellow from 2009 to 2010, and she received the Gies Award from the American Dental ...
He got his start in journalism early; as a young boy of 8 or 9, he made a newspaper for his family, with cheeky headlines such ... got his start in magic by performing tricks to entertain children when he would go to schools to teach them about proper dental ... Dubbed the "Dean of New York Journalism", Pressman's numerous awards include a Peabody and 11 Emmys, and he was considered a ... McFadden, Robert D. (June 23, 2017). "Gabe Pressman, a Dean of New York Journalism, Dies at 93". The New York Times. Retrieved ...
Broadcast journalism New Yorkers in journalism Carter, Bill (February 20, 2003). "After 27 Years, Pauley Plans to Leave NBC in ... dental and behavioral health. There are 15 centers, most on the east side of Indianapolis where Pauley grew up. ... "Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism". Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Retrieved ... Pauley is the recipient of multiple[vague] Emmy Awards as well as the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism. From ...
The New Journalism of Glasnost. William Heinemann, 1990. Three stories. The New Soviet Journalism: The Best of Soviet Weekly ... Recently, Vitali wrote and presented a 30-minute BBC Radio 4 programme "The Life of Dental Losses", first broadcast on the 16th ... In the West, Vitaliev has won several literary and journalistic awards, including The Royal Melbourne Show Journalism Award ( ... CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link) "The Life of Dental Losses". BBC Radio 4. Retrieved 28 September 2020. "2014 TABBIE ...
There are two government Medical Colleges, two private Engineering Colleges, one private Dental College and three Law colleges ... Journalism & Mass Communication, etc. are being run in constituent/affiliated colleges. ...
The AAC develops activities such as theatre, cinema, radio and television broadcast, music, choral singing, journalism or ... offers all levels of academic degrees in Medicine and Dental Medicine. Faculty of Humanities (Faculdade de Letras da ... Journalism and Tourism, Leisure and Heritage. Faculty of Sciences & Technology (Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da ...
Jonathan Curiel, journalist; lived in Lahore from 1993 to 1994, teaching journalism at the University of the Punjab as a ... Debra Lobo, educator and missionary; vice-principal of Jinnah Medical and Dental College. Ralph Randles Stewart, professor and ... literature and journalism, military or intelligence, music, politics, religion, science and technology, and social work. To be ...
MGM is a chain of engineering, medical, nursing, management, dental, physiotherapy, science, journalism, and fine arts schools ...
Dental assisting Emergency Medical Services Practical Nursing Radiologic Technology Respiratory Care Surgical Technology ... and English Communications English Art Theatre Journalism Speech Business Business Administration Education Elementary ... History Political Science Psychology Sociology Social Work Criminal Justice Pre-Law Health Science Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Dental ...
He served in the Canadian army in World War II as a dental technician and returned to Grand Manan, where he became a teacher of ... since that early beginning in journalism has been made easier by my intimate acquaintance with the typewriter". ...
Medicaid Dental Centers Investigation The duPont Jury also announced four finalists for their exemplary broadcast journalism: ... It is the most well-respected journalism-only award for broadcast journalism; starting in 2009, it began accepting digital ... All winners are listed on the website of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Fulton Lewis Jr. KGEI Radio, ... Since 1968 they have been administered by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York City, and are ...
... includes teaching, research, exacting applied work (e.g. in medical schools and dental schools), and social ... Examples of providers of professional higher education may include graduate colleges of architecture, business, journalism, law ...
On July 1, MassHealth began covering dental care and other benefits, and began enrolling children between 200% and 300% of the ... "Columbia Journalism Review. Retrieved 2013-12-19.. *^ "My plan for Massachusetts health insurance reform".. ... He vetoed provisions providing dental benefits to poor residents on the Medicaid program, and providing health coverage to ... coverage for children of low income parents and restores MassHealth benefits like dental care and eyeglasses. The legislation ...
Dental. *International Affairs. *Journalism. *Law. *Medicine. *Nursing. *Professional Studies. *Public Health. *Social Work ...
"Columbia Journalism Review. Archived from the original on August 4, 2009.. *^ Baldwin, Tom (November 1, 2007). "Rudy Giuliani ... Canada's Medicare system and most of the UK's NHS general practitioner and dental services, which are systems where health care ... dental services; outpatient drugs and dressings; deliberately self-inflicted injuries; infertility; cosmetic treatment; ...
" Retrieved May 29, 2015.. *^ "Warrington builds facility in Sunrise, Florida" (PDF). [permanent ... College of Journalism and Communications. 1925 College of Design Construction and Planning. 1925 ...
The 110,000 square feet (10,000 m2) inpatient hospital also has an outpatient clinic, dental clinic, and a surgery suite. The ... and has worked to recruit Native American students into journalism through its foundation, as well as to establish Indian ... studies in journalism schools.[97]. Connie Smith started the Lakota Country Times, a weekly newspaper which she owns. It is the ...
For service to journalism. Ronald James Michell. For service to the wool industry. Joseph Monro. For public service. Dr. John ... Ann Marlene Round, Dental Hygienist, Brighton. Eileen Dora Hamley-Rowan, Secretary, East Sheen and Barnes Branch, Royal ... For services to journalism in Italy and to Anglo-Italian relations. Elizabeth Park Ogilvie, First Secretary and Consul, HM ... For service to journalism. Stanley Sidney Charles Blanks. For service to the Royal Life-Saving Society of Australia. Frank ...
Shivakumar, K. M.; Vidya, S. K.; Chandu, G. N. (2009). "Dental caries vaccine". Indian Journal of Dental Research. 20 (1): 99- ... "New Science Journalism. Retrieved June 16, 2013.. *^ Keller, D. M. (April 22, 2013). "Alzheimer's Vaccine Shows Efficacy ...
... "journalism" Maddox states, "is a way of creating a sense of community among people who would otherwise be isolated from each ... British Dental Journal. *British Journal of Cancer. *Cell Research. *European Journal of Human Genetics ...
Condoms, dental dams, glovesEdit. Barriers, such as condoms, dental dams, and medical gloves can prevent contact with body ... Safe sex as a form of STI risk reduction appeared in journalism as early as 1984, in the British publication 'The Intelligencer ... Dental dams can be used to cover the vulva or anus when engaging in cunnilingus or anilingus, respectively, for safer sex ... A dental dam (originally used in dentistry) is a sheet of latex used for protection when engaging in oral sex. It is typically ...
"Chinese Robot Installed Dental Implant Without Human Help". Time.. *^, Andrew Zaleski, special to (September 6, 2017 ... The Society of Chinese Scientific Journalism presides over the Society of Chinese Technical Communication, China's first ... as well as the first country in the world to perform an automated dental implant. It is the largest and fastest-growing ...
Television personality Bill O'Reilly studied journalism at the university in the 1970s and was a columnist for the student ... Boston University offers bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctorates, and medical, dental, and law degrees through its ... In Washington, D.C., BU has internship, journalism and management programs. Students study in the University's building on ... The College of Communication journalism and communication programs are highly ranked nationally with its film program ranked ...
For services to Medical and Dental Education.. *Penny Roberts - Founder and Chair of Governors, St Luke's CofE School, ... For services to Pharmaceutical Journalism.. *Elizabeth Rosemary Skelcher - Lately Assistant Director of Economic Development, ... For services to the Dental Profession in the UK and Abroad.. *Steven Barry Greenwood - Special Chief Inspector, British ... Nigel Peter Hunt - Head of Orthodontic Department, Eastman Dental Institute, University College London. For services to ...
For example, he used dh or d to represent the voiced dental fricative /ð/ (English th in this) and tz or z to represent the ... journalism, literature, and science in Finland, along with Swedish. ... It has been reinforced by the spelling 'ts' for the dental fricative [θː], used earlier in some western dialects. The spelling ... Two examples are the voiced dental fricative found in the Rauma dialect, and the Eastern exessive case. ...
The university has a dental and medical clinic that serves the local community. ... Multimedia Journalism (Periodismo Multimedios). *Musical Production and Sound (Producción Musical y Sonido) ...
070 News media, journalism & publishing *070 News media, journalism, and publishing. *071 Newspapers in North America ... 611.3 Gastrointestinal (dental anatomy). *611.6 Genitourinary (genital system). *611.7 Musculoskeletal (seed coat) ...
After graduating high school, Farmer enrolled at the University of Washington, initially majoring in journalism.[13] She worked ... she underwent dental surgery to fix a gap in her front teeth, and spent long hours screen-testing and training on the Paramount ...
Kumar, Nagendra (1971). Journalism in Bihar: A Supplement to Bihar State Gazette. Government of Bihar, Gazetteers Branch. p. 28 ... Jamui and a dental college at Rahui in Nalanda district is under construction. There are also plans on constructing a cancer ... It was started in 1872 by Madan Mohan Bhatta, a Marathi Brahman who settled in Bihar Sharif.[140] Hindi journalism in Bihar, ... Urdu journalism and poetry has a glorious past in Bihar. Many poets belong to Bihar, such as Shaad Azimabadi, Kaif Azimabadi, ...
Medicine, Ayurveda and Dental Sciences. Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development[edit]. The Institute of ... journalism & mass communication, among others. The university's engineering institute was designated as an Indian Institute of ...
Many national journalists and columnists in Canada have gotten their start in writing journalism at The Martlet and it ... The society's services include the Grad House Restaurant, health and dental plan, funding for grad student events, and reduced- ...
... journalism and international public affairs, journalism and law, journalism and business, and journalism and religion. The ... journalism. .columbia. .edu. The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism is the journalism school of Columbia ... "Columbia Journalism School - School of Journalism". Retrieved 29 January 2018.. ... "Columbia Journalism School: History". Columbia University. 2016. Retrieved Aug 2, 2017.. *^ "Dart Center for Journalism and ...
"Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. 59 (1). Retrieved 7 April 2015.. *^ Andrea Shalal (May 7, 2018), German official ... British Dental Journal. *British Journal of Cancer. *Cell Research. *European Journal of Human Genetics ...
Nieman Journalism Lab. "The Huffington Post". Encyclo: an encyclopedia of the future of news. Retrieved April 1, 2012.. ... Harold Katz on dental health, Suzie Heumann on sex, Diane Ravitch on education, Frances Beinecke and Phil Radford on climate ... "Nieman Foundation for Journalism. Retrieved December 24, 2013.. *^ Lucia Moses, "HuffPost Takes More Control of Destiny With ... "2012 Journalism Pulitzer Winners". The New York Times. April 16, 2012. Retrieved April 17, 2012.. ...
... dental clinic. Rajesh stated that two days before the murders, he had reprimanded Thadarai for making an incorrect dental cast ... The critics argued that the alleged tabloid journalism by an overzealous media, along with the police's missteps, had " ... Rajesh Talwar taught at the ITS Dental College from 8:45 am to 3:30 pm and then attended patients at the Hauz Khas clinic until ... In addition, Rajesh taught at the ITS dental college in Greater Noida. Anita and Praful Durrani, another dentist couple and ...
Nieman Foundation for Journalism. *Ukrainian Research Institute. *Villa I Tatti. *W. E. B. Du Bois Institute ...
This allowed patients to remain sedated during operations ranging from dental extraction to amputation.[9] "A patient has been ... "A history of journalistic integrity, superb reporting and protecting the public: The George Polk Awards in Journalism". LIU ...
He introduced library science to Pakistan by instituting the Faculty of Journalism and Library Science at the university. He ... Karachi Medical Dental College. *Offers MS in Surgery and MD in Medicine ... Nasib Akhtar; Riazul Islam; Inamur Rahman (October 1978). "A History of the University of Karachi". Department of Journalism, ...
Nieman Foundation for Journalism. *Ukrainian Research Institute. *Villa I Tatti. *W. E. B. Du Bois Institute ...
GAPSA serves students in the Carlson School of Management, the Dental School, the Graduate School, the Law School, the Medical ... School of Journalism and Mass Communication *Law School. *College of Liberal Arts ...
... to replace the worst part of the dental exam. ... Support our journalism. Learn more about Friends of the ... dental probing is a critical part of any dental exam and necessary to detect gum disesase, which can destroy mouth tissue and ... Could a mouthful of squid ink replace painful dental probes for gum disease?. Health Sep 10, 2017 1:39 PM EST Its one of the ... The field of ultrasound dental diagnosis got a boost early on from NASA when the agency was trying to find medical uses for the ...
Can you pitch in with a tax-deductible donation or a subscription to our award-winning magazine to support our journalism? ... Shes a dental therapist- something like a nurse practitioner for teeth. Twice as fast to train as a dental surgeon and half as ... The nations first dental therapists started working in Alaskan tribal areas in 2005-and the ADA and the Alaska Dental Society ... Its Incredibly Hard to Get Dental Care in Rural America. Dental therapists could help-but many professional dentists are ...
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The need for low-cost dental care in western Nevada County continues to grow, and Chapa De Indian Health Program Inc. has ... Support Local Journalism. Readers around Grass Valley and Nevada County make The Unions work possible. Your financial ... "Were inundated with patients," said Cathy Murchison, the clinics dental coordinator. "Well eventually have two dental ... The dental clinic also takes cash and has a sliding pay scale for low-income people who qualify, Murchison said. The clinic ...
... a dental office and two new buildings are on the agenda for todays meeting of the Grass Valley Development Review Committee. ... Support Local Journalism. Readers around Grass Valley and Nevada County make The Unions work possible. Your financial ... A new sign, a dental office and two new buildings are on the agenda for todays meeting of the Grass Valley Development Review ... Brent Daggett will apply for a 1,215-square-foot addition and to remodel a 1,570-square-foot space to accommodate a dental ...
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This entry was posted in Children, International health journalism, Oral health, Social determinants and tagged dental, ... This entry was posted in Health journalism, Health policy, International health journalism, Member news, Tools and tagged ... This entry was posted in Health journalism, International health journalism and tagged context, global, international, ... Health journalism around the world. Journalists around the globe are welcome in AHCJ. Although based in the United States, the ...
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Center for Excellence in Health Care Journalism , Better coverage. Better health.. Menu. Skip to content ... Tag Archives: dental A look into dentists under pressure to overtreat by their chains Leave a reply ... Dental patients in need of costly procedures may turn to medical credit cards to pay for the services. But these cards, which ... This entry was posted in Oral health, Patient safety and tagged antibiotics, dental, dentists, emergency, opioids, overuse on ...
"Oral disease and untreated dental problems rob you of both.". The Joint Center report, which drew on a range of statistics from ... More than half of African American men have untreated dental problems, putting them at greater risk than all other Americans of ... They included developing federal, state and local standards for accessing dental care for at-risk populations; loan repayment ... Williams started the Believe in Me Foundation, which helps needy people pay for dental care. ...
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  • Hospital dental hygienists are threatening to down tools, claiming they are not being offered proper protection against the new coronavirus. (
  • He said: "This is performed mainly by the dental hygienists and can cause droplets to be expelled from the patients' mouth, putting the hygienist at risk if the patient is COVID positive. (
  • Dental Hygienists. (
  • O2 Dental Group's experienced hygienists take a gentle approach to cleanings and a genuine interest in your overall health, helping to identify illnesses that may have an impact on your teeth and gums while keeping an eye out for potential issues like oral cancer and cavities. (
  • The Liberal plan will cover preventive care, such as cleanings and fluoride treatments by dental hygienists, as well as fillings and extractions by dentists, the Liberal source said. (
  • Examines how dental therapists and hygienist-therapists, licensed to provide primary care to underserved patients, and dental hygienists would affect private practices' capacity, productivity, and revenues under three scenarios. (
  • Over 80 percent of dentists work in a small business setting where they lead a team of dental hygienists and dental assistants as well as manage their own business. (
  • Annie Sadvar, dental hygienist for Northwest Colorado Health, has seen the consequences of poor dental health even in the smallest of children. (
  • Australian journalists who have written stories about oral health over the course of 2017-2018 are invited to send in an application to be considered for the ADA's Excellence in Dental Journalism Awards. (
  • A June 2017 newsletter published by the Oregon Dental Association (where a dental health therapist pilot program is underway) says, "Proponents often casually remark that this will allow dentists to provide 'more complex services. (
  • But a 2014 review by the state's Department of Health and Board of Dentistry indicates that more Medicaid patients receive treatment in areas surrounding clinics that employ dental therapists. (
  • Starting off as a collection of dental professionals in 1997 and starting an official clinic in 2005, NWCDC offers preventative, restorative and surgical dentistry to Moffat, Routt, Rio Blanco, Jackson and Grand counties. (
  • The primary objectives of the Australian Dental Association (ABN 95 174 118 424) are to encourage the improvement of the oral and general health of the public, promote the ethics, art and science of dentistry and support members to provide safe, high quality professional oral care. (
  • Additions to the Discussion of Professional Journalism Versus Supply-House Journalism in Dentistry. (
  • Independent Journalism Versus Trade Journalism in Dentistry. (
  • A spate of patients came through Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, which found the children had two things in common: They had all been treated at the Jonesboro office of Dentistry for Children, part of a corporate-owned dental chain. (
  • The only effort to hold Dentistry for Children accountable is through civil litigation against the dentists, the company itself and the parent company, Atlanta-based D4C Dental Brands . (
  • Dr. Huggins dedicated the latter part of his life to a cause he had no inkling existed when he attended Dental school at the University of Nebraska and practiced dentistry in Colorado Springs, Colorado. (
  • It displays an intriguing enzyme-like property whereby the catalytic activity is dramatically enhanced at acidic pH but is 'switched off' at neutral pH conditions," says Koo, professor in Penn Dental Medicine's Department of Orthodontics and in the divisions of Pediatric Dentistry and Community Oral Health. (
  • The paper's lead author Yuan Liu, a doctor of science in dentistry student in Koo's lab, was also recognized for this work as one of two winners of the American Association for Dental Research's Hatton Competition Award earlier this year. (
  • Table 2.1 summarizes key dates in dentistry and dental education with an emphasis on developments before 1970. (
  • Dr. Matthew Messina, the dental clinic director at The Ohio State Upper Arlington Dentistry, said that while dentists had anecdotal stories about an increase in tooth troubles during the pandemic, having the survey data allows them to get a better sense of what's going on around the country. (
  • The center provides professional training for dentists along with operation of a high-end dental laboratory, and Reid teaches classes in reconstructive dentistry and other professional subjects at the center. (
  • The institute offers Bachelor in Dental Surgery degree course in Community Dentistry, Conservative Dentistry Department, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Department, Oral Medicine & Radiology Department, Oral Pathology, Orthodontics, Pediatric Dentistry Department, Periodontics and Prosthodontics. (
  • In 2016-2020, 85 percent of Loyola's dental school applicants with a committee letter matriculated into a school of dentistry. (
  • Clinical fields of dentistry include general dentistry, endodontics, which focuses on diseases and injuries affecting dental nerves, oral surgery, and orthodontics, which treats problems related to irregular tooth development. (
  • Based in Ameerpet in the north-western part of Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh, Indian Dental Academy is a dental training school offering certified dental courses in dental implants, orthodontics, endodontics, cosmetic dentistry and prosthetic dentistry, as well as a wide range of short term dental courses. (
  • Far too many children in our community have less than optimal oral health because of lack of access to proper dental care. (
  • Good oral hygiene habits and regular visits to a dental provider are vital to maintaining healthy teeth and gums. (
  • The program performs dental work for people in five counties, including Moffat and Routt, with 1,222 Moffat County residents receiving oral health services in 2012. (
  • Programs offered for oral health include Child Health Plan Plus , Medicaid and Old Age Pension Dental Assistance Program for Colorado , for which the Dental Coalition can provide additional information. (
  • The mission of maintaining good oral health for all ages is one the Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition (NWCDC) continues to strive toward, even as the battle continues to stay on an uphill course. (
  • More than half of African American men have untreated dental problems, putting them at greater risk than all other Americans of contracting maladies that lead to tooth decay, gum disease and oral cancer, according to a report released yesterday by the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies' Health Policy Institute. (
  • Oral disease and untreated dental problems rob you of both. (
  • Chemical Studies of the Relations of Oral Microorganisms to Dental Caries. (
  • At present, the sugar industry is influencing dental research, oral health policy, and professional organisations through its well developed corporate strategies. (
  • Combine a diet high in sugar with poor oral hygiene habits and dental cavities, or caries, will likely result. (
  • Enhance the capacity of academic dental institutions to conduct oral health-related research. (
  • Research and develop strategies to improve the role of academic dental institutions in ensuring access to oral health care for all, especially the underserved. (
  • Dentists offer preventive dental services, such as screenings, and educate patients on dietary choices that impact oral health. (
  • Much of what the dental industry supports and encourages consumers to purchase and use "to improve oral health" actually poses numerous threats to our dental health. (
  • Oral Health Colorado, a dental coalition, was recently awarded a grant to give children sealants through a new in-school initiative. (
  • I was thinking about this metric when I read a new study about oral health, titled "Dental Utilization for Communities Served by Dental Therapists in Alaska's Yukon Kuskokwim Delta: Findings from an Observational Quantitative Study. (
  • Dental health therapy gave access to oral health to villages that had gone without. (
  • The clinic recently received almost 1,200 patients from the now-defunct Grass Valley Children's Dental Clinic, which had provided services on Fridays for the past three years. (
  • To meet the mounting patient load, Chapa De will remodel its dental clinic on East Main Street in Grass Valley and add three chairs, Murchison said Monday. (
  • Dr. Kyle Adams, who stayed on from the children's dental clinic, is there on Fridays. (
  • The clinic accepts Medi-Cal and dental insurance patients who are allowed to get their care where they want. (
  • The dental clinic also takes cash and has a sliding pay scale for low-income people who qualify, Murchison said. (
  • Sierra Nevada Children's Services hosted the Grass Valley Children's Dental Clinic in Dr. Sean Avera's Grass Valley office for low-income patients from May 2004 until a few weeks ago. (
  • The ridge clinic continues to see its own dental patients, said Wendy Barnhart, director of operations. (
  • Dental staff who have concerns about a patient will let him or her know about behavioral health support at the clinic and offer the option to meet with a specialist. (
  • Northwest Colorado Health provides dental services at its main clinic at 745 Russell St. and its Dental Clinic at 485 Yampa Ave. For more information or to make an appointment, call 970-824-8000. (
  • The People's Health Clinic is set to host its annual Children's Dental Health Day event on March 30 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m, according to the clinic's website. (
  • Irving School, 1125 S. Cuyler, is pleased to announce that the Children's Clinic of Oak Park is offering a free dental clinic to all Irving elementary students from grade K-fifth. (
  • The dentists from The Children's Clinic will come to Irving School with portable dental equipment to provide these services during the school day from March 21-23. (
  • MusiCares, the Detroit Jazz Festival and Smile Programs will be providing a dental clinic offering dental screenings, teeth cleaning, and x-rays to uninsured music professionals in need between 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Saturday September 1 at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center. (
  • gets ready for a free exam through Kids First Dental , a mobile clinic. (
  • The Aberdeen Clinic will be paid more than £500,000 to assess and treat dental patients over the next six months. (
  • It was the start of a first-come-first-served, four-day medical, dental and vision clinic in the Coliseum. (
  • The head of the Community Health Care Clinic said six months into operations of the new dental clinic they are only scratching the surface of filling the need for tooth care for low-income people in the Twin Cities. (
  • The dental division of the clinic opened in February with donations of equipment from retiring Doctors Foehr and Nayak. (
  • Community Health Care Clinic Director Mike Romagnoli said they have now served 160 dental patients with 600 visits. (
  • Romagnoli said the clinic is also starting a cooperative venture with Heartland Community College to provide dental assistant students with clinical experience. (
  • Dental therapists could help-but many professional dentists are fighting them. (
  • A reporting team's in-depth investigation into a growing dental chain offers a troubling chronicle of dentists under pressure to meet revenue targets and patient allegations of overtreatment. (
  • There's currently a low threshold for dentists to order dental X-rays, says Dr. Keith Black, director of the Maxine Dunitz Neurosurgical Institute at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, who was not involved in the study. (
  • Medicaid provides dental insurance to all children who are eligible for the program, but many rural children grow up without dental care because adults don't take advantage of the benefit and many if not most rural dentists don't accept Medicaid patients, citing low reimbursement rates. (
  • He was the golden boy of the America Dental Association or ADA, the trade association that represents dentists, giving presentations throughout the country and teaching about blood chemistries, which he held a post doctorate degree in from the University of Colorado. (
  • New data from dentists around the country indicates a spike in dental conditions like grinding, chipped or cracked teeth, and cavities. (
  • Dr. Donald Reid of Tahoe Dental Artistry says he's marketing the newly developed dental appliance to dentists and their patients around the world. (
  • The BiteFX animation explains the complexities of bad bite - in dental terms, "occlusion" - in a way that patients can understand, and dentists around the country have been signing up in droves for the service that's priced at $100 to $197 a month. (
  • Dentists examine patients, take dental and medical histories, treat dental problems, and prescribe medications. (
  • Dentists educate the public on health and serve on dental advisory boards and committees. (
  • After a case in Oklahoma broke this week of a dentist potentially exposing his patients to infectious diseases, Gainesville dental experts urge patients to take note of how their dentists sanitize instruments. (
  • Charmaine Godwin, who teaches in Santa Fe College's dental program, said it shouldn't be difficult for dentists to keep their tools sterile. (
  • CHICAGO - Two long-awaited, government-funded studies found no evidence that dental fillings containing mercury can cause IQ-lowering brain damage or other neurological problems in children.Children with such fillings were no more likely than other youngsters to suffer such problems, the researchers found.Some experts found the findings powerfully reassuring. (
  • We didn't see any indications of harm to these kids," said Dr. Timothy DeRouen, a University of Washington professor of biostatistics and dental public health sciences, who led a study of 507 children, ages 8 to 10, in Portugal to determine if mercury fillings had any neurological effects. (
  • It turned out that dental amalgam fillings, which contain 50% mercury, did leak. (
  • Missouri State alumni Randall Moore ('02, media production ) and Brandon Kerr ('03, electronic arts ) will be on campus Feb. 6 to screen Moore's documentary "Evidence of Harm," exposing the dangers of mercury dental fillings. (
  • According to the film, 120 million Americans currently have amalgam, or "silver," dental fillings that contain mercury, a potentially toxic heavy metal. (
  • Moore wanted to document the hazards of dental amalgam fillings after finding that mercury, a known neurotoxin, is causally connected to the onset of Alzheimer's disease. (
  • His father had recently been diagnosed with the devastating illness, and Moore set out to show that these dental fillings produce the largest source of mercury in the general population, putting patients, staff and the global environment at risk. (
  • Judy J. Owens of Kentucky writes for the Daily Yonder , "Lack of dental care, common among low-income and Medicaid-eligible adults and children, often results in severe or persistent pain, inability to eat, swollen faces, and increased susceptibility to other medical conditions. (
  • While Arkansas has seen one of the greatest drops in the rate of uninsured people nationwide since the expansion of Medicaid through the Affordable Care Act, dental benefits have not significantly changed. (
  • Medicaid pays about $500 a year for dental work for beneficiaries. (
  • It's estimated that children who receive Medicaid and have a visit to the dentist before the age of one spend 40 percent less on dental repair over the course of a lifetime. (
  • In 2009, cash-strapped California eliminated dental and vision care from its MediCal program, the state's name for the federal-state Medicaid program for the indigent and those with disabilities. (
  • In 2019, over 20 kids were able to get much needed dental care thanks to this truly wonderful program created in partnership with All Kids Dental and Vail Valley Charitable Fund's Eagle County Smiles Program. (
  • New Findings in Studies of the Validity of Marshall s "Salivary Factor" as a Means of Diagnosis of Dental Caries. (
  • Further Remarks on the Validity of Marshall s "Salivary Factor" for the Biochemical Determination of Susceptibility to, or Immunity from, Dental Caries. (
  • Koo was recently awarded the William H. Bowen Research in Dental Caries Award at the International Association for Dental Research in London, one of the highest awards bestowed by the organization, for his consistent and innovative record of developing novel ways to treat caries. (
  • That resulted in tooth decay reaching epidemic levels: About 70 percent of children under 14 had dental caries (a bacteria process that causes decay), and more than 90 percent of adolescents showed the disease. (
  • The services provided are dental exams, cleanings, and application of sealants. (
  • For instance, the research encouraged the wider use of fluoride and sealants in dental hygiene. (
  • She noted, "The state also cut $3 million from programs that provided protective dental sealants for low-income children in schools. (
  • f dental sealants, clear plastic coatings that fill in crevices in molars. (
  • Downtown consists of a post office, railroad tracks, a few storefronts, and a dentist's office called Main Street Dental Care. (
  • And untreated dental problems tax our health care system. (
  • Under an innovative program in Minnesota, about 60 dental therapists fill in where care is scarce. (
  • The ADA says it's worried about patient safety, but John Powers, the owner of Main Street Dental Care, suggests the real reason is fear of competition. (
  • Dental organizations say, 'We're concerned about our patients and their care,'" he told me. (
  • The ADA still maintains there's no evidence that dental therapists are helping to fix Minnesota's shortage of care. (
  • The need for low-cost dental care in western Nevada County continues to grow, and Chapa De Indian Health Program Inc. has stepped forward to meet the large demand. (
  • We made a big impact reducing cavities and we will continue to educate (children) about dental care," Bruce said. (
  • Stressing preventative care and education, it strives to provide dental health care, instead of disease care, with a focus on thorough exams as well as overall teeth and gum health. (
  • As a pediatric dental practice in the Vail Valley, we see many kids with extensive dental needs who don't have the financial means to get the care they need. (
  • Last year, All Kids Dental Pediatrics and Orthodontics received a referral for a 3-year-old girl in need of care. (
  • But, there is another preventative tool we may not typically associate with dental care that can dramatically affect dental health. (
  • Some patients who have had very little dental care may have anxiety or fear of dental procedures, or may cope with self-esteem issues stemming from dental problems. (
  • Dental care, like any medical service, is a good opportunity to gauge a patient's emotional well-being. (
  • Continue to seek dental care as often as possible even if you use prostheses like dentures. (
  • For those in Moffat, Routt, Rio Blanco, Jackson or Grand County seeking assistance in affordable dental care, contact the Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition at 970-824-8000 or at [email protected] to see if you are eligible for the sliding scale fee. (
  • Pearcey said kids covered under Child Health Plan Plus - available to children of Colorado residents with income below 250 percent of the poverty level - might be in danger of maxing out their yearly benefits at dental offices that don't use the sliding scale before getting the full care they need. (
  • Satcher described the disproportionate burden of untreated disease borne by millions of poor, minority and elderly Americans, the shortage of providers in many communities, the disconnect between dental care and the wider health care system. (
  • Williams started the Believe in Me Foundation, which helps needy people pay for dental care. (
  • Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday, Mar. 19, 2020 announced new restrictions today on non-urgent medical and dental procedures so the state can make sure Washington health care workers have enough protective equipment to wear as they work the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. (
  • The survey of 39 patients who went to their GP with a dental problem found that people are turning to doctors because of the availability of appointments compared with dental care. (
  • H enrik Overgaard-Nielsen, chairman of general dental practice at the British Dental Association, said: 'Ministers need to end the hostile environment many patients face, and ensure all those who need our care can access it. (
  • Dental patients face growing barriers, from higher charges to longer journeys, where even those entitled to free care face the ever-present threat of fines for misclaiming. (
  • Willingness and ability to pay for dental care also appeared to be a factor, the authors found, as they concluded: 'Accessible public-facing information on where to seek care for dental problems is required, and general practice teams should be able to signpost patients who present with dental problems, if appropriate. (
  • Dr Steve Mowle, honorary treasurer of the Royal College of GPs, said: 'While GPs are trained to deal with a multitude of health concerns, we are not trained to treat dental problems - these are best left to the care of a professional dentist or, if required, urgent care services. (
  • Early care is seen as the best form of prevention of poor dental health. (
  • Ontario's working poor would get basic dental care under a $45 million-a-year program to be promised by the Liberal government, the Toronto Star has learned. (
  • Currently, there is no public dental care for the working poor, who are among the roughly one-half of Canadians who do not have dental coverage. (
  • Details on when the taxpayer-funded dental care would start and what income levels would qualify have not been worked out yet. (
  • The Ontario Dental Association says tooth decay is an infectious disease much like any other and should be treated as such, but dental care is not included in the Canada Health Act. (
  • Decades-old documents have surfaced showing that the powerful U.S. sugar industry skewed the government's medical research on dental care-and ultimately what officials recommended for American diets. (
  • For one, the sugar industry had a strong presence in the subcommittee that developed the very research priorities that later guided dental care policies. (
  • If you are having issues with tooth clenching or grinding, Messina said that dental care providers can also talk to their patents about different strategies to reduce stress and relax their jaw muscles. (
  • And he says many families don't model to their kids how to care for their teeth by brushing and flossing, what he calls creating a "dental home. (
  • Northwest Colorado Health provides low-cost dental care in Steamboat Springs, Oak Creek and Craig. (
  • Last week, about 3,400 people thronged Sacramento's Cal Expo for a chance to get dental surgery, eye care -- including free glasses - and routine medical checkups. (
  • About 1,000 children per year were receiving free dental care through the program, which is stopping operation because of funding cuts. (
  • Thanks for making us conscious about children dental care. (
  • Alaska Dental Health Aide Therapist Bonnie Johnson is part of a new wave of front-line dental professionals who are dramatically improving the way dental care is delivered. (
  • Dental health therapy hits the very best metric when it comes to any health care reform. (
  • The McLean County Health Department runs a dental care program for low-income children. (
  • Romagnoli said there are strong links between chronic disease and dental care and to ordinary infections and other health outcomes are getting better as a result of the new dental program. (
  • Romagnoli said many patients have not had dental care for a couple decades and it takes numbing medication and four visits to clean their teeth enough to get enough plaque off to be ready for six-month checkups. (
  • Romanogli said they hope other health outcomes will improve as dental care gets better. (
  • Dog breath and stinky studies: Do pets need to be knocked out for dental care? (
  • Most professional veterinary organizations recommend anesthesia to ensure thorough dental care for pet dogs and cats. (
  • Although the 15 students admitted they had signed a disclosure form in which Kaplan made it clear its dental assistant program was not approved by the Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA), according to the students, Kaplan counselors (recruiters) told them not to worry and assured them the dental assistance program would soon be accredited. (
  • I met people who had pulled out their own teeth and others who had lost loved ones to dental abscesses. (
  • More than 1 in 3 low-income adults avoid smiling because they're ashamed of their teeth, according to a Harris Poll survey conducted on behalf of the American Dental Association in 2015. (
  • She's a dental therapist- something like a nurse practitioner for teeth. (
  • Twice as fast to train as a dental surgeon and half as expensive to employ , dental therapists handle a range of common procedures: drilling and filling teeth, placing crowns, performing some extractions. (
  • Also, teeth will be lost ahead of time, if no proper dental hygiene is maintained. (
  • Dental checkups for children 12 years old and younger (including a dental exam, teeth cleaning, and x-ray) are just $79. (
  • I included a chapter on sugar and dental disease in my 2015 book, Soda Politics: Taking on Big Soda (and Winning) , because billions of people have decayed teeth and other dental problems that could have been kept intact by dental hygiene, fluoride treatment, or-consuming less sugar or sugary drinks. (
  • But his initial focus is existing clients of BiteFX, the animation that helps dental patients understand why they're having headaches or grinding their teeth. (
  • The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth two times a day. (
  • The second report, a joint investigation by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, said the WHO's global immunization guidelines were based in part on the advice of three experts who received direct financial compensation from the two leading manufacturers of antiviral drugs used against the virus, Roche and GlaxoSmithKline, each of which received a windfall of profits from the pandemic declaration. (
  • Australian journalists are reminded that applications for the Australian Dental Association (ADA) Excellence in Dental Journalism 2018 Awards are closing soon. (
  • The full-service family practice near the Moore County Airport traffic circle is the fourth location for O2 Dental Group, founded in 2018 by husband and wife team Dr. Olu Oyegunwa and Dr. Lydia Oyegunwa (known as Dr. O and Dr. Lydia). (
  • But instead of turning to an obvious solution-having people eat less sugar-the government was swayed by industry interests that pushed alternative methods, such as ways to break up dental plaque and vaccines for fighting tooth decay, according to more than 300 internal industry documents, including old letters and meeting minutes. (
  • All Kids Dental Pediatrics and Orthodontics and Eagle County Smiles have partnered together to help these great kids. (
  • Dr. Megan Rohman is a pediatric dentist with All Kids Dental Pediatrics and Orthodontics. (
  • The American Dental Association, which spends more than $2 million a year on lobbying, has fought them tirelessly. (
  • From a scientific point of view, it gives us the confidence that these findings are not equivocal and the similarity suggests that the results are real," said Dushanka Kleinman, the institute's deputy director.An American Dental Association official said the studies offer convincing confirmation of what previous studies have said. (
  • My impression is that people get more dental X-rays more frequently than the American Dental Association says,' Claus said. (
  • In response to the study announcement, the American Dental Association also mentioned the study's reliance on individuals' memories. (
  • New data from the American Dental Association Health Policy Institute indicates that there has been an rise in stress-related dental conditions, like tooth grinding and cracking, during the coronavirus pandemic . (
  • Data from the American Dental Association Health Policy Institute shows a spike in multiple tooth conditions. (
  • Additionally, candidates must be members of the American Dental Association or an equivalent foreign organization if applicable. (
  • This article includes information from and the American Dental Association. (
  • The American Dental Association (ADA) spends a lot of money to get their foot into the door of politics, throwing the U.S. government millions of dollars to influence legislation. (
  • But the American Dental Association is opposed to the concept and lobbies against the idea. (
  • If you're familiar with the issues with fluoride in our drinking water, you can likely guess that there's a strong link between the government and the dental industry. (
  • Not only have they previously co-authored an SBM post on fluoride, their partnership has recently expanded into other areas of science journalism. (
  • An NHS Grampian spokeswoman said: ​"We have a significant number of people awaiting dental extractions, following a referral from their own dentist. (
  • Scientific achievement within the recognized dental specialties. (
  • Down the hall from the full waiting room, bent over her dental chair, Brandi Tweeter had a full roster of patients. (
  • We're inundated with patients," said Cathy Murchison, the clinic's dental coordinator. (
  • Lilia Luna and her team of behavioral health specialists are available to help medical and dental patients at Northwest Colorado Health. (
  • They are available to help medical and dental patients work through emotional issues hindering their ability to manage or improve their health. (
  • Patients who choose to meet with a behavioral health specialist can often do so during their dental appointment. (
  • All dental patients complete a health questionnaire that screens for depression. (
  • Dental patients in need of costly procedures may turn to medical credit cards to pay for the services. (
  • She said patients who tested positive for COVID-19 would not be given a dental appointment to protect the staff. (
  • The meningioma patients had more than a two-fold increased likelihood of having ever experienced a dental X-ray test called a bitewing exam. (
  • G Ps see 380,00 patients a year with dental problems, a study has found, as ministers are urged to end the 'hostile environment' to accessing a dentist in the UK. (
  • Supporting the ADEAGies Foundation ® provides an opportunity for donors to make an impact across dental education, and to benefit patients, for generations to come. (
  • The Labour member said: "However the decision to place a contract of this kind with a private provider for basic dental services in Grampian will cause a good deal of concerns to patients. (
  • With early morning, evening and weekend hours, a $99 exam for new patients, Invisalign starting at just $100 a month and the option of having services performed under mild sedation, O2 Dental Group of Southern Pines is on a mission to eliminate barriers from achieving a smile patients of all ages can be proud of. (
  • O2 Dental offers a full slate of services for patients of all ages. (
  • Even a pamphlet intended for diabetic dental patients didn't suggest cutting back on sugar. (
  • The new digs will house the school's dental clinics and educational facilities, which serve about 10,000 patients and 500 students, respectively. (
  • TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. - A Truckee dentist who developed software animations to help patients understand the effects of bad bite has taken a big second step - the launch of a finely crafted dental appliance to help solve the problem. (
  • Our innovative training meets the specific needs of all dental professionals, enabling them to return to their office with high levels confidence so they can start treating patients immediately. (
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  • Dr. Arezou Goshtasbi, a dentist who directs the dental hygiene program at Concorde Career College in Garden Grove, Ca., says for now, dental probing is a critical part of any dental exam and necessary to detect gum disesase, which can destroy mouth tissue and lead to tooth loss. (
  • Dentist Molly Smith performs a check-up on 11-year-old Diana Mendoza at the offices of the Northwest Colorado Dental Coalition. (
  • What was being sold instead was an overpriced vocational dental program that would have ameliorated the need for a student to work in a dentist office as an entry-level dentist assistant, or DA1, for 3,000 hours - essentially two years - to become qualified as dental assistant 2s. (
  • Many children grow up in homes where the adults do not have regular dental treatment, and so the children are not taken to the dentist," writes Owens. (
  • The Liberal dental plan promise follows a series of stories in the Star earlier this year on the hardships faced by people who cannot afford to see a dentist, such as Oakville convenience store owner Moses Han. (
  • Rutherford County, N.C., Native Comes Back Home to Practice Dr. Ashley Lowery, a dentist in Spindale, N.C., could have earned prerequisites for dental school most anywhere, but Gardner-Webb University offered her something other schools didn't. (
  • Dental health therapy takes half the time it takes to train a dentist. (
  • The event also includes free dental and vision screenings, fun and active games, flu shots, blood pressure checks, and information on a variety of health services and conditions. (
  • This year there will be dental and vision screenings and flu shots (while supplies last), The District hasn't forgotten the adults--they can have their cholesterol and blood pressure checked. (
  • We'll eventually have two dental clinics in Grass Valley. (
  • Loyola's extensive interaction with Baltimore community affords you an unique opportunity to engage in various settings: dental clinics, hospitals, and research laboratories. (
  • Regular visits to a dental provider can start as soon as a child's first tooth appears but no later than their first birthday. (
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  • The new study, published in the British Journal of General Practice, warned that GP appointments for dental problems are 'often not an effective or efficient use of resources", with the result being that pressure is "piled on overstretched GPs who are simply unequipped to help. (
  • As dental science and technology have advanced, instruction in dental practice has become more sophisticated both in substance and in method. (
  • Despite convergence in many areas, differences in opinion about dental practice and education persist. (
  • The question of who should assess dental practice and education-and in what fashion-has provoked controversy for more than a century. (
  • The practice is often more about spreadsheets than algorithms, so I'll suggest that not all data journalism is "computational," in the same way that a novel written on a word processor isn't "computational. (
  • The Nieman Journalism Lab's interview with Guardian Data Blog editor Simon Rogers remains a solid introduction to (one kind of) contemporary practice. (
  • Indian Dental Academy will help you to take your practice to a higher level. (
  • The Swinomish Indian Tribal Community in Washington trained a dental therapist in 2015, and last month a new, Alaska-trained dental therapist began her practice for the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw. (
  • The nation's first dental therapists started working in Alaskan tribal areas in 2005-and the ADA and the Alaska Dental Society soon sued (unsuccessfully) to stop them. (
  • Three years later, Ann Lynch, a freshman Minnesota state senator, introduced a bill to allow dental therapists in her state. (
  • Since then, Maine and Vermont have passed laws allowing dental therapists, and 11 other states are considering them, as are more tribal groups. (
  • In 2003, six students traveled to New Zealand for a two-year training program to become "dental health therapists. (
  • This is not the program that I signed up for," North Carolina Kaplan student Jaclin Mack told WSOC North Carolina Eyewitness News Channel 9 about the for-profit Kaplan College Dental Program. (
  • The investigation started when 15 student whistleblowers from Kaplan's dental assistant program, many of them in tears, approached Eyewitness News and told one consistent story - Kaplan recruiters had signed them up for an 18- month dental assistant program, promising the program was about to be nationally accredited - but the promise was never realized. (
  • Student Tiffany Nesbitt and 14 other women told Eyewitness News the same story: Kaplan College - and the "highly refined sales pitch" used by recruiters - had misled them to encourage them to enroll in a 12-month, $18,000 dental assistant program. (
  • A dental student from a British Army family plotted a terror attack in the UK after learning his jihadi brother had been killed in Syria on the news. (
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  • The competition for dental news, for the information you need, for your story, will intensify in a seemingly limitless online marketplace you can access, and leave, in a click and not in a narrowing market delivering printed information on paper. (
  • Craig Palmer, the ADA News Washington Editor whose familiar and frequent byline has introduced your stories in these pages and on, capped a 55-year career in daily journalism with his retirement from the Association Aug. 31. (
  • Jennifer Ortiz '15 Writes and Edits Content for News Radio Station in Washington, D.C. By Chelsea Sydnor '18 Intern for Communications A Gardner-Webb University alumna has found a way to combine her lifelong love of reading and writing into a career in journalism. (
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  • Patricia Dean worked for 18 years in the news production and programming departments at three network-owned television stations in Chicago before spending 16 years teaching broadcast journalism at Northwestern University. (
  • Electa Draper is the health writer for The Denver Post and has covered every news beat in a 22-year journalism career at three newspapers. (
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  • I'm halting elective surgeries and dental services that require the use of medical protective equipment. (
  • Helping low-income families with dental services is the next step in our plan to fight poverty,' the source told the Star last night, acknowledging the pledge is smaller than the NDP's but is 'a step in the right direction. (
  • The College of Dental Surgeons of BC on Monday "strongly recommended" that all elective and non-essential dental services be suspended immediately. (
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  • In 2007, Cristin Kearns was a general manager at Kaiser Permanente, where she ran a large group of dental practices. (
  • To succeed, this young discipline will need to draw heavily from social science, computer science, public communications, cognitive psychology and other fields, as well as the traditional values and practices of the journalism profession. (
  • It's easy to get lax on supervising children's dental routines, but parents who stay vigilant will help their children avoid painful and potentially costly dental complications. (
  • In a paper published Thursday in the Journal of Dental Research, Jokerst and colleagues describe a non-invasive method to measure pocket depth using high-resolution photoacoustic ultrasound, which uses a short burst of light from a laser to create acoustical pressure waves. (
  • Early accomplishments include being the first organization to continuing education, organizing and incorporating the American Association of Dental Editors, and essentially saving the Journal of Dental Research during the Depression. (
  • The students were talking about the Kaplan dental assistant program that was shut down on January 13, 2012 - with little media coverage - in Charlotte, North Carolina. (
  • It seems that the facts the channel's investigation discovered show that the dental assistant program was never accredited, even though students say they were misled by recruiters into believing it would be. (
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  • He described Tiger Woods's 2002 victory at Augusta as suspenseful as flossing, riding Lance Armstrong's team car about as boring as flossing sharks, would rather floss crocodiles than go skydiving, and stated John Elway's perfect endorsement product would be Johnson & Johnson dental floss. (
  • Also, any children with autism would have been eliminated from the study, as would other children with prior neurological disorders.The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research funded the studies. (
  • But there's still significant doubt about the existence of any direct relationship between meningioma and dental X-rays, and dental professionals were quick to call for more research, saying the study was less than perfect. (
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  • Corporate members of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) include Unilever and Mondelēz International, one of the world's largest snack companies, whose products include cookies, chocolate, and confectionery. (
  • Nonetheless, as the dental research community comes to terms with its neglect of sugars intake, these relationships with industry are ripe for scrutiny. (
  • I had a full-time job-research journalism wasn't part of my job. (
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  • Dental insurance is great for those who are already in good shape, because it's going to pay for your preventative visits. (
  • I've written previously about Kearns' discovery of links between sugar trade associations and dental professional organizations]. (
  • Dental pain is the number one excuse for public school absences. (
  • In addition to the dental school in San Francisco, the University of the Pacific has a law school in Sacramento and headquarters in Stockton. (
  • Loyola's successful dental school applicant majors have also included business administration and interdisciplinary biology and psychology majors. (
  • She has a bachelor's degree in biology and a master's in journalism. (
  • This impacts all hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, along with all dental, orthodontic and endodontic offices in Washington. (
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  • Our doctor did the exam and discovered that she had a lot of serious dental work that needed immediate attention. (
  • As a pre-dental student, you gain an understanding of your future profession through classes, dental shadowing and internships as well as community service and leadership. (
  • Commercial toothpastes primarily use toxic substances as a means to "clean your mouth," as the ingredients in regular toothpastes can cause enamel damage, dental flourosis, stomach ailments, skin rashes, and more. (
  • When I started this gig, print was king, journalism a romantic adventure heady in an aroma of post-Watergate perfume and Wikipedia 23 years from Internet launch. (
  • Thus endeth 55 years of daily journalism. (
  • One of the most demanding aspects of your pre-dental studies is the expectation of consistently high academic achievement across disciplines and class years. (
  • As we see from our statistical literacy project with the American Statistical Association, there is an eagerness to interrogate and hold data accountable in journalism that barely existed five, let alone ten or twenty years ago. (
  • The group has provided dental treatment for kids in rural areas for 14 years with a mobile unit. (
  • Two years ago we discussed the TicTocStop, a dental appliance that the inventors assured us would help mitigate the symptoms of Tourette Syndrome. (
  • CHARLESTOWN, R.I. (AP) - A second patient has come forward to accuse a Rhode Island dental assistant of sexually assaulting them while they were under anesthesia, police said. (
  • The second person is a 28-year-old man who alleges he was assaulted at Arrowhead Dental Associates in Charlestown in April while under anesthesia for a dental procedure. (
  • While everyone should have fun this Halloween, the Australian Dental Association (ADA) is saying keep things in moderation when it comes to sugary treats. (
  • Your child's dental history starts with their first tooth, so get them checked out as soon as possible. (
  • Diagnostic ultrasound is used everywhere in the body except for dental tissues," said Mark Hinders, a professor of applied science at the College of William and Mary who has been developing techniques for dental ultrasound for more than two decades. (
  • Transient bacteremia (bacteria in the bloodstream) is common after dental procedures, but it rarely causes a problem. (
  • Dental training, co-curricular and sports environment as a result whereof its scholars have been winning laurels in all the fields of their evolvements like examinations, conferences & sports tournaments organized by the University and Dental Colleges located in & outside Punjab. (
  • Evidence of Harm" chronicles the lives of three ordinary people who became reluctant health advocates after suffering from the devastating effects of hazardous mercury vapors during routine dental procedures. (
  • Kaplan dental assistant student Trisha Bone was even more frank, telling the WSOC team: "I bought intentions, and I can't get a job. (
  • They were told they could get the dental assistant 2 diploma through Kaplan. (
  • At the event, uninsured children ages 17 and younger who attend will receive a free dental check-up. (
  • In a rural state such as Kentucky, for example, dental decay is the No. 1 infectious disease in children. (
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  • Paul Anthony Bramley, Professor of Dental Surgery, University of Sheffield. (
  • More than a million Americans a year show up at hospital emergency rooms with nontraumatic dental problems-costing more than $1 billion annually. (
  • The Joint Center report, which drew on a range of statistics from the federal government and other sources, said 51 percent of African American men have untreated dental problems, compared with 28 percent of white men. (
  • Some Problems of Dental Education and How They Are Being Solved. (
  • What are the key problems of computational journalism? (
  • I'd like to propose a working definition of computational journalism as the application of computer science to the problems of public information, knowledge, and belief, by practitioners who see their mission as outside of both commerce and government. (
  • Basic health problems like anemia, scabies, lice and dental disease are rampant. (
  • A digest of events, trends, issues, ideas and journalism from and about rural America, by the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues , based at the University of Kentucky. (
  • The two met at the University of North Carolina, and quickly bonded over the desire to bring modern, convenient and affordable dental service to families of all backgrounds. (
  • Medical and Dental Academic staff members of AUS employed by the University of Otago have voted to reject the salary offer made by their employer. (
  • we should be shipping tons of dental equipment to Iran for free. (
  • The organizers of a dental conference that's blamed for a "significant" number of new coronavirus transmissions say they had consulted with health officials prior to the event and were given a green light to proceed. (
  • Organizers of the event - the British Columbia Dental Association and the Pacific Dental Conference - have been blamed for holding the conference during the fast-moving novel coronavirus situation in B.C. (