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On this Sunday, November 30 there will be a residency fair at the Greater NY Meeting at the Javits Center. 9 am to noon

Many programs from the northeast will be there. It is a chance to learn about many programs in one spot. All class levels are invited.

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After the fair there will be a seminar presented:

Special Care Dentistry and American Academy of Oral Medicine
Seminar at the Greater New York Meeting
Section Program - Hospital Dentistry/Special Care Dentistry and Oral Medicine.
TODAY: Sunday, November 30 ---- 1--4 PM at the Jacob Javits Center
"Integrating a Special Needs Program in a Training/Residency Program.”

Presenters:
Dr. Fred Ferguson, Acting Chair, Department of Children's Dentistry,
Director DCDD Program, Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine,
Dr. Debra Cinotti, Clinical Director DCDD Program,.
Stony Brook University School of Dental Medicine,
The goals of the presentation would be to:
• Provide an overview of the obstacles to oral health and care for this group.
• Provide the recent challenges to develop education in the care and management of this group.
• Present the "Standards of Care of the DCDD Program" as a model for replication for hospital dental programs in this domain.
 

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I would like to thank all the programs and students who came to the Greater New York Meeting Residency Fair. There were over 20 programs from distant places including Puerto Rico and Denver.

Over 200 students came to visit the exhibits.

And this is despite the bad weather.

The Event will be the Sunday (after Thanksgiving) at the Greater NY Meeting again next year. Drs. Wasserman and Podell are in charge.

After the Fair, Special Care Dentistry/Hospital Dentistry and the Academy of Oral Medicine had a special presentation be Drs. Ferguson and Cinotti of Stony Brook on dentistry for the special needs patient
 
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