How Dentistry Should Approach its Problems argues that reflective ethics by itself appears unable to exact change; for change to occur, dentistry also needs a broad-based display of enlightened, and ethically-driven but action-oriented professionalism. (1 credit hour)

Learning Objectives

After completing the course, participants will be able to:

  • Distinguish between professionalism and ethics
  • Describe the political and social context of America at the “founding” of dentistry in the United States
  • Discuss means for reestablishing connectedness between dentistry and its major partners

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How Dentistry Should Approach its problems