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Dental Therapy – A Policy for Undoing Institutional Racism - Shared screen with speaker view
Logan Mills
17:50
can hear great!
Laura (Hale) Brannon
19:24
Please add your questions to the Q&A box. Thanks!
Lee Che LEONG
21:27
Would closed captions be possible? Thanks!
Melissa Ough (Community Catalyst)
22:37
Hi Lee - Yes, I will add the captions. Thanks!
Lee Che LEONG
23:22
Thanks Melissa! (My first name is Lee Che -- both parts)
Marcy Bowers
24:05
Whose traditional land are you on today? native-land.ca
Jen Dangremond
24:56
Thank you for including the land acknowledgement.
Marcy Bowers
25:03
Learn more about the Washington Dental Access Campaign at https://www.wadentalaccess.com/join-us
Marcy Bowers
25:54
Sign up for individual updates in WA at https://p2a.co/v5lcUFl
Melissa Ough (Community Catalyst)
26:43
Lee Che - Thanks for asking for the captions! Is it showing up for you?
Lee Che LEONG
27:23
@Melissa, captions are on! Thanks!
Melissa Ough (Community Catalyst)
27:33
great. enjoy the webinar!
Melissa Ough (Community Catalyst)
28:33
Hi Jake - I see your hand is raised. Can I help you with something?
Mark Schoenbaum
31:44
Wahpekute Dakota
Frank catalanotto
34:58
Warm, moving and thoughtful introduction from Valerie.
Laura (Hale) Brannon
36:14
DHAT stands for Dental Health Aide Therapist, which is what dental therapists are formally titled in the Community Health Aide Program (CHAP), the federal program dental therapists can work under in tribal communities
Darryl Davis
42:49
Hi all I'd like to introduce our Dentalthon program. It's a 30 day teledentistry school based oral health literacy and assessment program. https://www.loom.com/share/6749b0b0c4d1406bb7bfd259fc977f3a?sharedAppSource=personal_library
Darryl Davis
50:12
Happy to send you more information about the Dentalthon. Please reach out to me at ddavis@rockridgemobile.com thank you. Darryl
Laura (Hale) Brannon
52:11
Thanks, Darryl!
Allen Hindin
01:02:06
It is almost 20 years, since The ADA House of Delegates, at which the ANTHC intention to send sight DHAT candidates to Otago became known. I watched the beginning of its angry and deep seated opposition stir delegates to a frenzy.
Jen Dangremond
01:02:30
I really appreciate the two year program model. It’s what we wanted in Az but wound up, like many states, with a dental hygiene degree requirement and a dental therapy train program completion. When we talk about health equity, we need to see how those multiple degree requirements are not exactly examples of health equity.
Laura (Hale) Brannon
01:05:12
This is the 10 year study of dental therapists in an AK community that Tera mentioned: http://faculty.washington.edu/dchi/files/DHATFinalReport.pdf
Allen Hindin
01:10:41
Degrees have become the tools, by which organized dentistry and hygiene have been able to deter community members from pursuing dental therapist education. When a baccalaureate and two additional years, along with an RDH become requirements, the dream of what is possible withers and too often dies. I would love to see DHATs available to FQHCs, in "The Lower '48," so that the
Frank catalanotto
01:12:56
I assume you will send out a link to the recording in the near future. Thanks, frank
Judith Crocker-Corbin
01:14:08
Area Health Education Centers {AHECs} in some portions of the US have missions of creating early awareness of health occupations, growing our own providers and support of existing providers.