Pediatric dentists disciple to say appropriation in residency programs

Pediatric dentist Deya Sanchez spent an typical day in Mar saying patients in a UCLA Venice Dental Center in Venice. Less than a day later, she was roving to Washington, D.C., to remonstrate legislators to say appropriation for pediatric dentistry programs like a one she’s in during UCLA.

She binds both these responsibilities as a member of a Community Health and Advocacy Training-Pediatric Dentistry program, a federally saved residency module by a UCLA School of Dentistry.

Most dentistry residency programs usually learn residents to “fill and drill,” Sanchez said. But a CHAT-PD module integrates the dentists into communities

Article source: http://www.dailybruin.com/index.php/article/2011/03/pediatric_dentists_advocate_to_maintain_funding_in_residency_programs

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