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  • University of Kentucky | Medical Center
    in Dentistry Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Orofacial Pain Orthodontics Pediatric Dentistry Periodontology College of Health Sciences College of Health Sciences Athletic Training Clinical Leadership and Management Clinical Nutrition Clinical Reproductive Sciences Communication Sciences and Disorders Medical Laboratory Science Physical Therapy Physician Assistant Studies Radiation Sciences Rehabilitation Sciences Ph D Program College of Medicine College of Medicine Anatomy and Neurobiology Anesthesiology Pain Management Center Behavioral Science Radiology Emergency Medicine Family and Community Medicine Internal Medicine Molecular and Biomedical Pharmacology Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry Microbiology Immunology and Molecular Genetics Neurology Neurosurgery Obstetrics Gynecology Ophthalmology Visual Sciences Orthopaedic Surgery Sports Medicine Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Pediatrics Kentucky Children s Hospital Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physiology Psychiatry Radiation Medicine Surgery Graduate Center for Nutritional Sciences Graduate Center for Toxicology Cardiovascular Research Center Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Research Center College of Nursing College of Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing B S N Registered Nurse Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program R N B S N Second Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing Option Post B S N D N P Option Post B S N Ph D Option Post Master of Science in Nursing Clinical Scholars Certificate Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Ph

    Original URL path: http://www.mc.uky.edu/ (2012-11-29)
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  • UK College of Dentistry
    Services Outreach Programs Public Education Voluntary Services Speaker s Bureau Alumni Association Alumni Association College Schedule of Events for Alumni Alumni Address Change Form Practice Opportunites Printable Transcript Request Form Perspectives Magazine Continuing Education Research Research Center for Oral Health Research Giving Giving Why Give to the College College of Dentistry Campaign Gift Opportunities Ways of Giving Contact Us Celebrating 50 Years Click logo for information about our anniversary Send

    Original URL path: http://www.mc.uky.edu/Dentistry/ (2012-11-29)
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  • College of Health Sciences
    studies and physical therapy or to pursue other healthcare careers The program offers a novel interprofessional education with a broad exposure to healthcare practices policies and management It is taught by faculty with expertise from the various healthcare colleges See more Alumni Spotlight Joseph Meadors is a graduate of the UK College of Health Sciences Physician Assistant Studies program After receiving his Bachelor of Science from UK in 1996 he went on to earn a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Nebraska After working in private practice from 1996 to 2007 Joseph joined the UK Department of Surgery Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery where he has worked ever since See more Meet Interim Dean Stewart Dr Sharon Stewart currently serves as the Interim Dean for the College of Health Sciences Dr Stewart joined the faculty of the College of Health Sciences in 1991 She has served as Associate Dean of Academic Affairs since 2005 She received her BA in 1971 and her Master s degree in Audiology and Speech Sciences in 1972 both from Purdue University In 1986 she came to the University of Kentucky and received her Doctorate of Education focusing on Special Education Personnel Preparation Learning and Behavior Disorders I am gratified and proud to be the College of Health Sciences Interim Dean said Dr Stewart This college is my academic home I worked as a clinical supervisor in the Communication Disorders Division for several years in the 1970 s when it was still in the College of Education After serving in clinical practice for about 15 years completing my doctorate in learning disabilities in 1986 and serving on the faculty at Morehead State for several years I returned to the Communication Disorders Division in 1991 I have been here since that time and have been

    Original URL path: http://www.mc.uky.edu/HealthSciences/ (2012-11-29)
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  • University of Kentucky College of Medicine
    medical student George Goshua a second year medical student was recently awarded first place at Cureus Fall 2012 International Poster Competition His poster titled Review of Assessment Tools Utilized Worldwide in the Evaluation of Surgical Trainees A Focus on Non Technical Skills was awarded in the category of Quality Improvement Cureus is a new medical research journal based in Palo Alto California founded by Dr John Adler professor of neurosurgery at Stanford Medical School To view the poster click here To view the poster abstract click here Special Assistant to the Dean for Educational Development The UK College of Medicine is pleased to The UK College of Medicine is pleased to announce that Dr H David Wilson has agreed to serve as Special Assistant to the Dean for Educational Development effective October 1 2012 In this role Dr Wilson will help develop a blended curriculum combining both electronic and face to face learning Welcome Class of 2016 The UK College of Medicine Class of 2016 The UK College of Medicine Class of 2016 2295 applied 419 applicants were interviewed and 118 were accepted 87 are Kentuckians 51 are from rural and Appalachian counties 41 are women William R Willard Dean s Recognition Award The 2012 Academic Convocation and Awards The 2012 Academic Convocation and Awards Day was held on October 3 and is the annual presentation of awards to students and faculty for outstanding achievement in academics service research and teaching during the previous year Convocation included the Munich Memorial Lecture featuring Dean Frederick de Beer Dr Carl Leukefeld professor of Behavioral Science was presented the William R Willard Dean s Recognition Award for significant and longstanding dedication and devotion to medical education To view a complete list of award recipients click here To view photos from this event visit

    Original URL path: http://www.mc.uky.edu/Medicine/ (2012-11-29)
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  • College of Dentistry > Students > General Practice Residency in Dentistry
    postgraduate program Dental School transcript Dental Class Ranking National Board Scores Part I must be passed successfully before applying to the program National Board Scores Part II must be completed before applicant is eligible to start the program 3 letters of recommendation to include one from the Dean of your Dental School Awards or distinctions dates Research and or teaching experience List professional licenses states in which you are licensed Relevant work experience Current curriculum Vitae Current email address Selection Profile This Program Gives Selection Preference to YES NO New Graduates X Private practice experience X Graduate from own dental school X Residents of Kentucky X Salary stipend 2009 2010 First year 46 348 Second year 47 845 subject to annual change Percent of Resident s Time Spent Didactic Experience 10 Clinical Experience 85 90 Research 0 5 Postdoctoral Program In General Practice Dentistry Accreditation The combined 52 week UK VA General Practice Residency in Dentistry is accredited by the Commission of Dental Accreditation The Commission is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the United States Department of Education The Commission on Dental Accreditation can be contacted at 312 440 4653 or 211 East Chicago Avenue Chicago IL 60611 Program Description The residency is designed to extend the graduate s capability to perform all phases of general dentistry in either private practice or hospital settings Patients of all ages are treated with special emphasis on the medically compromised Residents participate in general dentistry oral surgery anesthesia and emergency medicine rotations Didactic and clinical experiences are available in the various dental specialties as well as in intravenous sedation and comprehensive pain control The program starts the first day of July Nine residents are typically enrolled Program Goals The primary goals of this advance education program are to prepare qualified dentists to 1 Have knowledge and understanding of all aspects of contemporary general dentistry 2 Have clinical skills and experience sufficient to assure excellence of care and health supervision for general dental patients regardless of medical or dental problems 3 Have the knowledge and skills to perform dentistry in a hospital setting 4 Have the knowledge and skill to request and interpret consults form other healthcare professionals regarding patients under their care 5 Have the knowledge and skills to manage patients under conscious sedation oral inhalation and intravenous 6 Have the knowledge and skill to manage dental trauma and to know when and how to make an appropriate referral to specialists 7 Maintain a cost effective program 8 To understand all ramifications of the challenges that dentistry and other health sciences face in the future 9 Be socially sensitive and to be an objective resource to the community of dentists and other health care providers 10 Produce graduates that are pleased and satisfied with their education These goals and objectives met through continuous formal and informal faculty resident and staff interactions feedback and undated core didactic clinical aspects of the program Rotations Off site rotations are available including those in Oral and

    Original URL path: http://www.mc.uky.edu/Dentistry/students/genprac/ (2012-11-29)
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  • College of Dentistry > Students > Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
    the Veterans Administrative Hospital in Lexington and the University of Kentucky Children s Hospital The program is approved by the Commission on Dental Accreditation for three residents per year Dental students spend two weeks of their third and fourth years primarily on the fifth floor of the College of Dentistry During this time they interact with faculty and residents in training and see multiple patients As a part of this experience medical assessment of the compromised patient is reinforced and they are allowed to manage routine dentoalveolar surgical patients Additionally dental students participate in some of the teaching activities of the residency program Residents in the six year integrated combined medical degree program of oral and maxillofacial surgery interact with dental students and with the other postgraduate programs in the College of Dentistry The first 15 months of training is spent on the oral and maxillofacial surgery service gaining experience in inpatient and outpatient surgery The next 26 months are spent in medical school followed by a year of general surgery rotations The final 12 months are spent at chief resident level in OMFS The Chief Resident is responsible for the daily operations of the service management of all patients and is intricately involved with most operative procedures Residents are responsible for Maxillofacial Trauma call every third night rotating with the Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery and Plastic and reconstructive Surgery services The service manages all bony and soft tissue injuries to the head and neck region on these nights Residents are also responsible for taking call the remaining nights for direct referrals to the OMFS service from within the Chandler Medical Center as well as from hospitals throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky The division chief and residency director is Dr Larry Cunningham Dr Joseph Van Sickels is the Assistant

    Original URL path: http://www.mc.uky.edu/Dentistry/students/oms/ (2012-11-29)
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  • College of Dentistry > Students > Orofacial Pain
    Pain Center The Orofacial Pain Center at the University of Kentucky was founded in 1977 for the purpose of helping patients suffering with various temporomandibular disorders Since that time it has expanded into a multi disciplinary center for the management of complex orofacial pain problems including temporomandibular disorders Patients are routinely evaluated by dentists clinical psychologists and physical therapists Medical and dental specialists are called upon regularly to assist in the diagnosis and management of complex pain problems In 1997 the University of Kentucky Orofacial Pain Master s Degree Program was nationally accredited by the Post Graduate Education Committee of the American Academy of Orofacial Pain The Kentucky Program was the first to achieve this national accreditation Accreditation for the Advanced Education Program in Orofacial Pain Successful The Orofacial Pain Program has become one of the first of three orofacial pain programs in the nation to be accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation After a successful site visit in March of 2011 the accreditation became official in October of 2011 The Orofacial Pain Center Facility The Orofacial Pain Center is located on the fifth floor of the College of Dentistry The College of Dentistry is located in one wing of the A B Chandler Medical Center on the University of Kentucky campus in Lexington Kentucky The facility is made up of a private patient reception and waiting room with an adjacent secretarial office The treatment area consists of six private dental cubicles and a private clinical psychology room An additional room is used for clinical research There are also private consultation rooms a residents office with multiple computers connected to e mail and the Internet and a dental laboratory Medical Center Library The holdings of the Medical Center Library are quite extensive The card catalog can be accessed online

    Original URL path: http://www.mc.uky.edu/Dentistry/students/ofp/ (2012-11-29)
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  • College of Dentistry > Students > Orthodontics
    added so we suggest that you visit this site periodically If the information you are seeking is not available at this site please call our office at 859 323 5371 Our Orthodontic Graduate Program is a thirty four month graduate level curriculum upon the successful completion of which the student receives a Master of Science M S degree and a Certificate to practice orthodontics The overall program goal is to improve the dental health of the citizens of Kentucky by providing the highest quality orthodontic care The program also seeks to advance the specialty of orthodontics by educating knowledgeable skilled clinicians and by conducting research Objectives to meet these goals are to 1 Provide the opportunity for selected dentists to become orthodontists by increasing their knowledge in the specialty 2 Through a rigorous didactic curriculum prepare program graduates to enter an academic or private practice career 3 Require graduate students to conduct an independent research project and defend the thesis 4 Prepare publishable manuscript from such thesis for submission to a refereed journal 5 Provide the students with a rich and thorough clinical experience through active participation in an attending based graduate orthodontic clinic 6 Through a healthy assignment of active patients provide the students with a diverse experience in the orthodontic diagnosis and treatment of many different expressions of malocclusion including but not limited to the categories outlined by the ABO 7 Provide students with the opportunity to provide orthodontic treatment of patients of all appropriate stages of development including early mixed and adult dentition 8 Provide students with the opportunity to be involved in special patient management experiences including cleft lip and palate craniofacial anomaly multidisciplinary involvement and other special circumstances 9 Require students to actively participate as teaching assistants in three pre doctoral orthodontic courses in their

    Original URL path: http://www.mc.uky.edu/Dentistry/students/ortho/ (2012-11-29)
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