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New White Paper from the DentaQuest Partnership

The DentaQuest Partnership has launched an exciting new White Paper, "A Three Domain Framework to Innovating Oral Health Care." Oral health leaders, including OHNEP Directors Dr. Judith Haber and Dr. Erin Hartnett, contributed their primary care perspective to the new White Paper.

 

What's Hot? The Connection Between Nutrition and Oral Health in Older Adults

The latest Gerontological Society of America (GSA) newsletter, "What's Hot" examines the “Interrelationships between Nutrition and Oral Health in Older Adults”.

OHNEP Director Dr. Judith Haber receives 2020 NYU Alumni Changemaker Award!

We are thrilled to announce that OHNEP Executive Director Dr. Judith Haber was named an NYU Alumni Changemaker! Dr. Haber is recognized for her visionary accomplishments that help build a better world.

New Article on HPV-Positive Oropharyngeal Cancers from ONS Voice

This article from the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Voice describes rising rates of HPV-positive oropharyngeal cancers (OPC) among middle-aged men in the U.S. and how to educate patients on management of late effects from OPC.

New Article: Entrustable Professional Activities in Oral Health for Primary Care Providers

A new article from the Journal of Dental Education reports important interprofessional findings from, Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) in Oral Health for Primary Care Providers Based on a Scoping Review. In a related Commentary, OHNEP Executive Director Dr.

OHNEP Celebrates Florence Nightingale's 200th Birthday!!

 

2020 is the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, and today is Florence Nightingale's 200th Birthday! Now more than ever, nurses and healthcare workers on the front lines need our support. We thank those who have been working tirelessly to protect us and our families, and who have been healing and saving lives nonstop.

New Article! No Longer "Business as Usual"

The coronovirus (COVID-19) global pandemic has caused dental practices across the U.S. to close, changing business as usual to business as "unusual". The entirety of the healthcare workforce - physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses and more - are stretched thin during this public health crisis.

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