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  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE I. PERSONAL DATA Name: Harold S. Goodman Address: Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School University of Maryland 666 W. Baltimore Street, Room 3-E-09 Baltimore, Maryland 21201-1586 Office telephone number: 410-706-7970 Office facsimile number: 410-706-3028 Electronic mail address: hsg001@dental.umaryland.edu Date of Birth: April 3, 1950 Birthplace: New York City, New York II. EDUCATION 1989-1990 Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School University of Maryland, Baltimore Baltimore, Maryland Certificate: Geriatric Dentistry 1987-1988 University of Michigan School of Public Health Ann Arbor, Michigan Certificate: Residency in Dental Public Health 1985-1986 The Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health Baltimore, Maryland Degree: Masters of Public Health 1972-1975 College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Newark, New Jersey Degree: Doctor of Medical Dentistry 1968-1972 Rutgers University New Brunswick, New Jersey Degree: Bachelor of Arts III. EXPERIENCES IN HIGHER EDUCATION 1
  2. 2. 2002 - Present Associate Professor Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland 2001 – Present Associate Member Graduate Faculty University of Maryland Graduate School Baltimore, Maryland 1989 – 2003 Clinical Assistant Professor Department of Oral Health Care Delivery Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School University of Maryland Baltimore, Maryland 1992 – 1997 Visiting Instructor Dental Public Health Program University of Michigan School of Public Health Ann Arbor, Michigan 1988 - 1989 Part-time Faculty Charles Stewart Mott Community College Dental Hygiene Program Flint, Michigan A. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES – GRADUATE/POST-GRADUATE 2003 – Present Thesis Committee Membership Master of Science (Dental Hygiene) Ms. Marion Manski Graduate School University of Maryland, Baltimore 2002 – Present Director Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2002 – Present Clinical Faculty Clinical Pedodontics - PEDS 589A and PEDS 589C Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2002 – Present Lecturer (Pediatric Dentistry) Pediatric Dentistry - PEDS 578A and PEDS 578C Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School III. EXPERIENCES IN HIGHER EDUCATION (continued) A. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES – GRADUATE/POST-GRADUATE (continued) 2
  3. 3. 2002 – Present Advisor Humanities Seminars Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 1992 – 1997 Visiting Lecturer (Oral Health Program Administration) Dental Public Health Program University of Michigan School of Public Health B. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES – UNDERGRADUATE 2003 – Present Course Director Pediatric Dentistry - PEDS 538 Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2003 - Present Lecturer (Public Health and Prevention) Pediatric Dentistry - PEDS 538 Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2003 – Present Lecturer (Oral Health in Children) Nonprescription Medications - PHMY 596 University of Maryland School of Pharmacy 2002 – Present Clinical Faculty Pediatric Dentistry Clinic - PEDS 538 and PEDS 548 Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2002 – Present Clinical Faculty Pediatric Dentistry - PEDS 522 Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2002 – Present Discussion Leader Ethics year 1 - DCJS 512 Conjoint Sciences Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2002 – Present Discussion Leader Ethics year 3, DCJS 538 Conjoint Sciences Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School III. EXPERIENCES IN HIGHER EDUCATION (continued) B. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES – UNDERGRADUATE (continued) 3
  4. 4. 2002 – Present Lecturer (Epidemiology and Dental Caries Prevention) Conjoint Sciences II, DCJS 521 Conjoint Sciences Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2003 Clinical Faculty Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery - DSUR 522 Department of Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2003 Advisory Committee Membership Senior Dental Student Project Stephen Delgado Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 1989 – 1996 Lecturer (Dental Public Health; Dementia in the Elderly) Department of Oral Health Care Delivery - OHCD 518 Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 1989 – 1991 Lecturer (Oral Health Issues and the Elderly) Dental Hygiene Program - DHYG 323 Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 1988 Course Director Dental Public Health Dental Hygiene Program Charles Stewart Mott Community College 1988 Lecturer (Dental Public Health) Dental Hygiene Program Charles Stewart Mott Community College C. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES – CONTINUING EDUCATION 2002 – Present “Prevention against Neglect and Abuse through Dental Awareness” Pediatric Clerks Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2002 - Present “Oral Health Disparities in Maryland” Maryland Dent-Care Loan Assistance Repayment Dentists Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School III. EXPERIENCES IN HIGHER EDUCATION (continued) C. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES – CONTINUING EDUCATION (continued) 4
  5. 5. 2002 - Present “Prevention against Neglect and Abuse through Dental Awareness” Maryland Dent-Care Loan Assistance Repayment Dentists Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2002 – Present “Dental Public Health Issues in Maryland and US” Pediatric Dental Fellows Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School Department 2003 “Oral Health Disparities for Children in Maryland” Maryland General Assembly Legislators and Staff Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2003 “Access to Oral Health Care Services for U.S. and Maryland Children” Dental School Faculty and Students Program in Pediatric Dentistry Department of Health Promotion and Policy Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2002 “Oral Health Disparities in Maryland Children” Maryland Chapter of American College of Dentists Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School 2002 “Prevention against Neglect and Abuse through Dental Awareness” Maryland Student Dental Association Baltimore College of Dental Surgery Dental School IV. EXPERIENCE OTHER THAN IN HIGHER EDUCATION 1996.2001 Director, Office of Oral Health (State Dental Health Officer) Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Baltimore, Maryland Responsibilities: Program administration and development Oversee statewide dental budget and programs Provide and seek available funding for oral health programs Develop legislative initiatives Assist communities and dental practices to comply with federal/state regulations Promote and monitor community water fluoridation program 5
  6. 6. IV. EXPERIENCE OTHER THAN IN HIGHER EDUCATION (continued) Accomplishments: Increased Office of Oral Health programmatic budget and personnel from $60,000 and 1FTE in 1996 to $1.6M and 4 FTE in 2001; Helped increase state Medicaid dental budget from $2.7M in 1998 to $40M in 2001; Increased number of Maryland counties providing oral health care services from 10 in 1996 to 23 in 2001 through oral health grants; Instituted and administered the Oral Health Advisory Committee; Helped develop successful legislation targeting Medicaid dental programs and establishing statewide oral cancer prevention initiative, and a Maryland Dent-Care Loan Assistance Repayment Program; Developed statewide oral cancer prevention program that received a national award from the American Dental Association; Development of Health education materials and resource guide for the public; Sponsorship of statewide conferences (Tobacco Prevention, Oral Health Care for Maryland Kids Dental Summit for Kids and Oral Health Congress); Develop and institute Best Practices demonstration projects and pilot projects to increase access to dental care; Fund Separate Statewide Dental Needs Assessments of Schoolchildren (Fall 2000) and Head Start Children (Spring 2000); Obtained CDC oral health grants; Successful community water fluoridation efforts in 10 communities including the first winning efforts in Western Maryland in 50 years. 1992 – 1996 Director, Dental Public Health Residency and Staff Dentist Veterans Administration Medical Center Perry Point, Maryland Responsibilities: Direct dental public health residency experience encompassing dental public health and geriatric research, administrative, educational, and clinical care activities. Staff dentist Independent researcher and educator 1990 – 1992 Chief, Division of Dental Health Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Baltimore, Maryland Responsibilities: Oversee state and county dental programs for underserved populations Liaison between the State and private/public agencies on oral 6
  7. 7. health issues IV. EXPERIENCE OTHER THAN IN HIGHER EDUCATION (continued) 1988 – 1989 Dental Examiner National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey III (NHANES III) National Institute of Dental Research Bethesda, Maryland Responsibilities: Dental examiner on cross-sectional survey of the United States population Project dental consultant with the National Institute of Dental Research and the National Center for Health Statistics 1977 – 1987 Dental Director Albuquerque Family Health Center Albuquerque, New Mexico Responsibilities: Administrative and clinical dental director of a six-clinic neighborhood family health center serving an indigent and underserved urban population Full-time clinical dental practitioner Planned, developed, implemented and administered programs Developed and coordinated clinic policies, budgets, procedures and grant applications. 1977 Staff Dentist State of New Mexico Dental Programs Santa Fe, New Mexico Responsibilities: Provided primary dental treatment and education to underserved populations in a dental mobile van unit Reported to the state dental director 1975 – 1977 Dentist/Dental Administrator Volunteer in Service to America (VISTA) Program Estancia, New Mexico Responsibilities: Planned, developed, implemented and administered a dental practice for a rural and/or indigent population Full time clinical dental practitioner V. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES A. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 1978 – Present American Dental Association 1985 – Present American Association of Public Health Dentistry 1986 – Present American Public Health Association 7
  8. 8. V. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (continued) A. MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS (continued) 1989 – Present Maryland State Dental Association 1990 – Present Academy of General Dentistry (Maryland Chapter) 1990 – Present Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors 1994 – Present American Association for Cancer Education 2000 – Present Association of Clinicians for the Underserved 2000 - Present Maryland Public Health Association 2003 – Present Maryland Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (Affiliate Member) B-1. PROGRAM PARTICIPATION – STATE, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL 2004 Goodman HS, Vargas CM, Shenkin JD, Horowitz AM, Lin J. Maryland general and pediatric dentists’ attitudes regarding tobacco use prevention and cessation in their child and adolescent patients. American Public Health Association scientific session, Washington, DC. 2003 Macek MD, Wagner ML, Goodman HS. Oral health care utilization of Maryland school children, 2000-2001. American Association of Dental Research annual scientific session, San Antonio, TX. 2002 Goodman HS. Maryland oral cancer prevention program. National Oral Health Conference, Danvers, MA. 2002 Canto MT, Horowitz AM, Goodman HS. Oral cancer training for Maryland health professionals. National Oral Health Conference, Danvers, MA. 2001 Goodman HS. The benefits of developing a state oral health plan. Building Healthy Communities, States and a Nation through Partnerships: HP2010 Meeting, Washington, DC. 2001 Rossetti JR, Goodman HS. The value of dental summits in promoting an oral health agenda at the state level. MCH Federal/State Partnership National Meeting, Washington, DC. 2000 Goodman HS, Horowitz AM, Drury TF, Canto MF. Achieving the HP 2010 oral cancer objectives: Maryland’s state model. American Public Health Association, Boston, MA. 2000 Canto MF, Horowitz AM, Drury TF, Goodman HS. Maryland family physicians’ knowledge of oral cancer. American Public Health Association, Boston, MA. 1998 Goodman HS. Working with prevention research centers: a state perspective. American Public Health Association scientific session, Washington, D.C. 8
  9. 9. 1998 Canto MT, Horowitz AM, Goodman HS, Watson MR, Fedele DJ. Coronal and V. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (continued) B-1. PROGRAM PARTICIPATION – STATE, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL (continued) root caries among outpatient veterans. American Public Health Association scientific session, Washington, D.C. 1998 Goodman HS, Horowitz AM, Drury TF, Yellowitz JA. Assessing patients tobacco and alcohol use: a survey of Maryland dentists. American Public Health Association scientific session, Washington, D.C. 1998 Yellowitz JA, Horowitz AM, Goodman HS, Drury TF. A survey of US dentists’ knowledge of oral cancer. International Association of Dental Research annual scientific meeting, Nice, France. 1998 Horowitz AM, Goodman HS, Yellowitz JA, Drury TF. Dentists’ practices regarding oral cancer prevention and early detection. International Association of Dental Research annual scientific meeting, Nice, France. 1998 Canto MT, Horowitz AM, Goodman HS, Watson MR, Fedele DJ. Veterans oral cancer knowledge, risky behaviors and dental services utilization. International Association of Dental Research annual scientific meeting, Nice, France. 1997 Canto MT, Goodman HS, Horowitz AM, Watson MR, Doherty J. Educational and behavioral diagnoses of Latino youths in relation to oral cancer, tobacco and alcohol. American Association of Public Health Dentistry scientific session, Washington, D.C. 1997 Canto MT, Goodman HS, Horowitz AM, Watson MR. Hispanic youths’ knowledge about oral cancer and practices associated with tobacco and alcohol. Sixth Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved and Cancer. Washington, D.C. 1997 Canto MT, Goodman HS, Horowitz AM, Watson MR. Hispanic youths’ knowledge of oral cancer risk factors. International Association of Dental Research annual scientific meeting, Orlando, FL. 1997 Horowitz AM, Goodman HS,Yellowitz JA, Moon HS. Knowledge and behaviors concerning oral cancer among Maryland adults. International Association of Dental Research annual scientific meeting, Orlando, FL. 1997 Yellowitz JA, Horowitz AM, Goodman HS, Farooq NS. Dentists’ knowledge, opinions, and practices related to oral cancer: a pilot survey. International Association of Dental Research annual scientific meeting, Orlando, FL. 1996 Canto MT, Goodman HS, Horowitz AH, Watson, MR, Doherty J, Duran-Medina C. A qualitative approach to assess Hispanic/Latino youths knowledge, opinions, and practices concerning tobacco, alcohol and oral cancer. American Association of Public Health Dentistry scientific session, Orlando, FL. 1996 Yellowitz JA, Goodman HS, Garber KA, Horowitz AM, Farooq N. Oral 9
  10. 10. Cancer knowledge, opinions and practices of three elderly ethnic groups in Baltimore. International Association of Dental Research annual scientific meeting, San Francisco, CA. V. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (continued) B-1. PROGRAM PARTICIPATION – STATE, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL (continued) 1995 Ahluwalia K, Yellowitz JA, Horowitz AH, Goodman HS. Oral cancer examination and assessment in medical school curricula. American Association of Public Health Dentistry scientific session, Las Vegas, NV. 1995 Yellowitz JA, Goodman HS, Garber KA, Ferreira LR. Oral cancer: knowledge, opinions, and practices of a geriatric population. International Association of Dental Research annual scientific meeting, San Antonio, TX. 1994 Yellowitz JA, Goodman HS. Oral cancer: what we know and where are we going. American Public Health Association scientific session, Washington, D.C. 1994 Yellowitz JA, Goodman HS. Oral cancer perspectives of practitioners, the public and dental schools. International Society for Oral Oncology Annual Meeting: Cancer Therapies for the 21st Century, Washington, D.C. 1994 Yellowitz JA, Goodman HS. Physicians' and dentists' perspective on oral cancer and the elderly. International Association of Dental Research annual scientific meeting, Seattle, WA. 1993 DePaola LG, Goodman HS. Chairside intermediate soft denture liner. International College of Prosthodontists scientific session, Switzerland. 1990 Madarang A, Criado-Hedreen Z, Goodman H, Wertheimer D, Hooper F. Cognitive status assessment prior to obtaining informed consent in an elderly population. American Geriatric Society scientific session, Chicago, ILL. B-2. PROGRAM PARTICIPATION – LOCAL (2002 – 2003) 2003 Goodman HS. Oral health for children. St. Mary’s County Health Department School Nurse Program, Leonardtown, MD. 2003 Goodman HS. Attitudes of general and pediatric dentists towards tobacco interventions for children and adolescents in Maryland. University of Maryland Statewide Health Network through the Maryland Cigarette Restitution Funds, Baltimore, MD. 2003 Goodman HS. Status of oral health in Maryland children. Maryland School-based Health Center Program: School Health Interdisciplinary Conference, Ellicott City, MD. 2003 Goodman HS. Oral cancer prevention. Virginia Dental Division, Virginia Department of Health, Richmond, VA. 2003 Goodman HS. Training and career counseling in the National Health Service Corps: University of Maryland Dental School Experience. National Health Service Corps annual meeting, Vienna, VA. 2003 Goodman HS. Lack of access to dental care for US and Maryland children. 10
  11. 11. Region III Head Start Program, Philadelphia, PA. 2003 Goodman HS. Use of fluoride in the prevention of caries in orthodontic patients. V. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (continued) B-2. PROGRAM PARTICIPATION – LOCAL (continued) Howard County Community College Expanded Function Orthodontic Assistant course, Columbia, MD. 2003 Goodman HS. The Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program. Maryland HealthChoice managed care organizations, Glen Burnie, MD. 2002 Goodman HS. Oral health disparities in children. Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD. 2002 Goodman HS. Prevention against neglect and abuse through dental awareness. Eastern Shore Dental Society, Salisbury, MD. 2002 Goodman HS. Maryland oral cancer prevention program. National Institutes of Health Grand Rounds, Bethesda, MD. 2002 Goodman HS. Oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancer prevention: framework for the future. Maryland State Cancer Council annual meeting, Baltimore, MD. 2002 Goodman HS. Status of oral health in Maryland children. Maryland School-based Health Center Technical Assistance Program, Hagerstown, MD. 2002 Goodman HS. Status of oral health in Maryland. Cecil County Union Hospital Medical Grand Rounds, Elkton, MD. Prior to 2002 Goodman HS. Annual presentations to numerous local organizations, agencies, study clubs and dental societies in the following topics: Dental Public Health Issues in Maryland Fluoride: Issues in Pediatric Health HIV Disease, Infection Control and Regulatory Compliance in the Dental Office School Oral Health Issues Oral Health and Head Start Oral Health in Maryland: Children in Crisis Oral Health Training and Education for the School Teacher Media Appearances 2001 – Present Goodman HS. Yearly radio appearance on Radio One health show to discuss pediatric dental and public oral health issues. Baltimore, MD. 2002 Goodman HS. Represented the University of Maryland Dental School to appear on TV Channel 13 to discuss dental access issues for children. Baltimore, MD. 2002 Goodman HS. Represented the University of Maryland Dental School to appear on Howard County TV cable access program to discuss access to dental care services for children. Columbia, MD. 11
  12. 12. 2000 Goodman HS. TV appearance on a Maryland Public Television program, Newsnight Maryland, to discuss oral health in Maryland. Baltimore, MD. V. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES (continued) B-2. PROGRAM PARTICIPATION – LOCAL Media Appearances (continued) 2000 Goodman HS. TV appearance on a Maryland Public Television program, Newsnight Maryland, to discuss community water fluoridation in Maryland. Baltimore, MD. 2000 Goodman HS. Two TV appearances on Open Wide - A Look at Dentistry, Fox Channel 45, to discuss various oral health issues. Baltimore, MD. 1999 Goodman HS. TV appearance on a Maryland Public Television program, Newsnight Maryland, to discuss community water fluoridation in Maryland. Baltimore, MD. C. PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE 1988 – Present Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners 1977 – Present State of New Mexico Board of Dentistry D. OTHER 2003 – Present Publication Reviewer Journal of Public Health Dentistry 2002 – Present Grant Reviewer Member of Ad Hoc Objective Review Panel for the Center for Maternal and Child Oral Health Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau. 2003 Grant Reviewer National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the National Institutes of Dental and Craniofacial Research's (NIDCR). Special Review Group - Translational Research in Dental Practice-Based Tobacco Control Interventions. Bethesda, MD: June 2003. 1997 - 2001 Grant Reviewer Department of Veterans Affairs Grants 1993 Grant Reviewer National Institutes of Health, National Center for Nursing Research. Special Review Group - Research on Clinical Care in Nursing Homes. VI. SERVICE ACTIVITIES AND COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 12
  13. 13. A. UNIVERSITY-WIDE ACTIVITIES 2003 – Present Advancement Committee VI. SERVICE ACTIVITIES AND COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS A. UNIVERSITY-WIDE ACTIVITIES 2002 – Present Director, Department of Pediatric Dentistry Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program 2002 – Present Faculty Council 2002 – Present Infection Control and Biosafety Committee 2002 – 2003 Department Representative, Advanced Cardiac Life Support Program B. STATE AND NATIONAL SERVICE ACTIVITY 2002 – Present Maryland Medicaid Advisory Committee - Maryland dentistry representative 2002 – Present Maryland Oral Cavity and Oropharyngeal Cancer Prevention Committee 2001 – 1990 Chesapeake Health Education Program - Board of Trustees 2000 Moderator State Oral Cancer Programs. Annual scientific session of the National Oral Health Conference, Chicago, ILL. 1999 Chair, Local Arrangements - Annual scientific session of the National Oral Health Conference, Crystal City, VA. 1998 – Present Maryland Oral Health Advisory Committee - Facilitator - Established, developed and instituted Committee 1995 – 1999 Journal of Public Health Dentistry - Editorial Board 1994 – Present Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners Committees - Member, Bloodborne Pathogens Committee (2002 – Present) - Member, OSHA Expert Review Panel (1994 – Present) 1993 – 1996 Chairman, OHSA Bloodborne Pathogens Committee Department of Veterans Affairs, VAMC Perry Point 1993 – 1997 Department of Veterans Affairs Homeless 13
  14. 14. Veterans Dental Program 1993 Moderator Healthy Mothers, Health Babies Coalition. Partnerships in Oral Health. Annual meeting, Crystal City, VA. 1991 – 1992 Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies VI. SERVICE ACTIVITIES AND COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS (continued) B. STATE AND NATIONAL SERVICE ACTIVITY (continued) - National Chairperson 1990 – Present Academy of General Dentistry (Maryland Chapter) - Legislative Chairman (1993-1995) 1990 – Present Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors - Chair, State Program Evaluation Committee (1996 – Present) - President-elect (2000-2001) - Executive Committee (1998-2001) 1989 – Present Maryland State Dental Association - Chair, Amalgam Best Management Practices Taskforce (2003 – Present) - Legislative Affairs Committee (1990 – Present) - Editor, Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association (1995 – 1998) - Communications/Public Relations Committee (1992 – 1998) - Ad Hoc Committee on AIDS (1996) C. LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES 2003 Principal Dentistry Advocate HB 237 - Dentistry – Licensure Requirements – Pediatric Specialist - Waives educational requirements for dental licensure in Maryland for applicants who do not hold a dental degree from an institution/country recognized by the Dental Board - Assists the Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program in recruitment and retention of Fellows 2003 Legislation Co-Writer and Advocate HB 40 – State Operating Budget language - Assures that $7.5M of State budget be used to increase dental restorative reimbursement rates paid to dentists to increase access to oral health care services. 2000 Legislation Co-Writer and Principal Legislative Advocate SB 791/HB 1184 – Oral Health Programs – Reducing Oral Cancer Mortality - Established statewide Oral Cancer Prevention Program 14
  15. 15. encompassing education, training, screening and evaluation. 2000 Legislation Co-Writer and Principal Legislative Advocate SB 519/HB543- Education - Maryland Dent-Care Program - Established the Maryland Dent-Care Loan Assistance Repayment Program (~$100,000 for 3 years) for 1998 Legislation Co-Writer and Principal Legislative Advocate SB 590 – Medical Assistance and Other State Programs – VI. SERVICE ACTIVITIES AND COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS (continued) C. LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES Dental Services - Requires the state health department to set utilization targets over a 5-year plan for Medicaid dental services. - Mandates dental services for pregnant women. - Requires statewide oral health surveys every 5 years. - Established the Oral Health Advisory Committee VII. HONORS 2003 Fellow, American College of Dentists 2002 Community Preventive Dentistry Meritorious Award: Maryland State Model of Oral Cancer Prevention and Early Detection American Dental Association Council on Access, Prevention and Interprofessional Relations and Johnson and Johnson Oral Health Products. 2002 Certificate of Appreciation Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. 2002 Special Recognition Award Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors. 2001 Leadership Award Maryland Health Care Foundation. 2001 Certificate of Appreciation Maryland State Dental Association. 1999 Award of Merit Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners. 1995 Who’s Who in Dentistry: 1994-95. VIII. PUBLICATIONS, PATENTS, AND OTHER CREATIVE EFFORTS 15
  16. 16. A. PUBLICATIONS Manuscripts Accepted for Publication (accepted in 2003 - 2004) Macek MD, Wagner ML, Goodman HS, Manz MC, Marrazzo ID. Dental visits and access to care: survey of the oral health status of Maryland school children, 2000-2001. Journal of the American Dental Association. VIII. PUBLICATIONS, PATENTS, AND OTHER CREATIVE EFFORTS (continued) A. PUBLICATIONS - Published Manuscripts 2005 Goodman HS, Manski MC, Williams JN, Manski RJ. An analysis of preventive dental visits by provider type, 1996. Journal of the American Dental Association 2005;136:221-228. 2005 Vargas CM, Macek MD, Goodman H, Wagner ML. Dental pain in school children in Maryland, 2000-2001. Journal of Public Health Dentistry 2005;65:3-6. 2004 Macek MD, Wagner ML, Goodman HS, Manz MC, Marrazzo ID. Survey of oral health status of Maryland school children, 2000-2001. Pediatric Dentistry 2004; 26:329-336. 2004 Goodman HS, Macek MD, Wagner ML, Manz MC, Marrazzo ID. Self- reported awareness of unrestored dental caries: survey of the oral health status of Maryland school children, 2000-2001. Pediatric Dentistry 2004;26:369-375. 2004 Dunston BC, DePaola LG, Goodman HS. Oral manifestations of pediatric HIV infection. NUMEDX 2004;6(1): 82-83,92. 2004 Manski RJ, Goodman HS, Reid BC, Macek MD. Dental insurance visits and expenditures among older adults. American Journal of Public Health 2004;94(5):759-764. 2003 Goodman HS. The Maryland Oral Health Advisory Committee: an assessment of its utility and value to the citizens of Maryland. Baltimore, MD:Office of Oral Health, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. 2003 Goodman HS, DePaola LG, Alqueza-Vernon MB. A review of fluoride varnish efficacy and use in dental practice. American Dental Institute Journal of Continuing Education 2003;81(2):2-10. 2003 Gibson G, Rosenheck R, Tullner JB, Grimes RM, Seibyl CL, Rivera- Torres A, Goodman HS, Nunn ME. A national survey of the oral health status of homeless veterans. Journal of Public Health Dentistry 2003;63:30-37. 16
  17. 17. 2002 Goodman HS, DePaola LG. The use of fluoride in modern dental practice: history, mechanism, efficacy and safety. American Dental Institute Journal of Continuing Education 2002;79(3):5-22. 2002 Strassler HE, Goodman HS. A durable flowable composite resin for preventive resin restorations. Dentistry Today 2002;21(10):116-121. (non-peer reviewed) 2002 Canto MT, Horowitz AM, Drury TF, Goodman HS. Maryland family physicians' knowledge, opinions and practices about oral cancer. Oral Oncology 2002 Jul;38:416-24. 2002 Strassler HE, Goodman HS. Restoring posterior teeth using an innovative self-priming etchant/adhesive system with a low-shrinkage hybrid composite resin. Restorative Quarterly 2002;5(2):3-8. (non-peer reviewed) PUBLICATIONS, PATENTS, AND OTHER CREATIVE EFFORTS (continued) A. PUBLICATIONS (continued) 2001 Goodman HS. Comments: The John W. Knutson Distinguished Service Award in dental public health – 2000 recipient Alice M. Horowitz. Journal of Public Health Dentistry 2001;61:179-180. 2000 Goodman HS. Response to Edelstein: access to dental care from the state perspective. Journal of Public Health Dentistry 2000;60:230-232. 2000 Yellowitz JA, Horowitz AM, Drury TF, Goodman HS. Survey of US dentists’ VIII. knowledge and opinions about oral pharyngeal cancer. Journal of the American Dental Association 2000;131:653-666. 2000 Horowitz AM, Drury TF, Goodman HS, Yellowitz JA. Oral pharyngeal cancer prevention and early detection: dentists’ opinions and practices. Journal of the American Dental Association 2000;131:453-462. 1998 Horowitz AM, Moon HS, Goodman HS, Yellowitz JA. Maryland adults’ knowledge of oral cancer and having oral cancer examinations. Journal of Public Health Dentistry 1998;58:281-287. 1998 Canto MT, Horowitz AM, Goodman HS, Watson MR, Cohen LA, Fedele DJ. Maryland veterans’ knowledge of risk factors for and signs of oral cancers and their use of dental services. Gerodontology 1998;15(2):79-86. 1998 Canto MT, Goodman HS, Horowitz AM. Latino youths’ knowledge of oral cancer and use of tobacco and alcohol. American Journal of Health Behavior 1998;22(6):411-420. 1998 Ahluwalia KP, Yellowitz JA, Horowitz AM, Goodman HS. An assessment of oral cancer prevention curricula in US medical schools. Journal of Cancer Education 1998;13:90-95. 1998 Yellowitz JA, Horowitz AM, Goodman HS, Farooq NS, Canto MT. Dentists’ knowledge, opinions and practices regarding oral cancer: a pilot survey. 17
  18. 18. Journal of the American Dental Association 1998;129:579-583. 1997 Yellowitz JA, Goodman HS, Farooq NS. Knowledge, opinions, and practices related to oral cancer: results of three elderly racial groups. Spec Care Dent 1997;17:100-104. 1996 Horowitz AM, Goodman HS, Yellowitz JA, Nourjah PA. The need for health promotion in oral cancer prevention and early detection. Journal of Public Health Dentistry 1996;56:319-330. 1995 Yellowitz JA, Goodman HS, Horowitz AH, Al-Tannir MA. Assessment of alcohol and tobacco use in dental schools' health history forms. Journal of Dental Education 1995;59:1091-1096. 1995 Goodman HS, Yellowitz JA, Horowitz AH. Oral cancer prevention: the role of family practitioners. Archives of Family Medicine 1995;4:628-636. VIII. PUBLICATIONS, PATENTS, AND OTHER CREATIVE EFFORTS (continued) A. PUBLICATIONS (continued) 1995 Yellowitz JA, Goodman HS. Physicians' and dentists' oral cancer knowledge, opinions and practice. Journal of the American Dental Association 1995;126:53-60. 1994 Al-Tannir M, Goodman HS. Chlorhexidine and its use in special populations. Special Care in Dentistry 1994;14:116-122. 1994 Goodman HS, Carpenter RD, Cox MR. Sterilization of dental instruments and devices: An update. American Journal of Infection Control 1994;22:90-94. 1994 Levinson P, Goodman H, Greenbaum J. VA dental services and reform: a roundtable discussion. VA Practitioner 1994;11(5):47-52. (non-peer reviewed) 1994 Tullner JB, Goodman HS, Carpenter RD, Damelio K. The dental needs of homeless Veterans. VA Practitioner 1994;11(1):41-44. (non-peer reviewed) 1993 DePaola LG, Ward MA, Grace EG, Goodman HS, Cohen LA. Compliance of Maryland dentists with recommended infection control practices. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1993(4);36:15-17. 1993 Goodman HS. Primary health care as part of health care reform (letter). Journal of the American Medical Association 1993;270:2433. 1993 Carpenter RD, Yellowitz JA, Goodman HS. Oral cancer mortality in Maryland. Maryland Medical Journal 1993;42(11):1105-1109. 1993 Cox MR, Goodman HS, Carpenter RD. Environmental considerations. Dental Economics 1993;83(9):83-85. (non-peer reviewed) 1993 DePaola LG, Ward MA, Grace EG, Goodman HS, Cohen LA. Dental office compliance evaluation for the OSHA bloodborne pathogens standard and hazard communication program. Journal of the American Dental 18
  19. 19. Association1993:124(8):61-65. 1993 Goodman HS, Ickrath M, Niessen LC. The integration of primary dental care services in the care and management of Alzheimers' disease patients and caregivers. Journal of the American Dental Association 1993;124(5):75-80. 1993 Cox MR, Carpenter RD, Goodman HS. A clinical method to determine the effectiveness of dental handpiece sterilization. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1993 Spring;36:26-29. 1992 Goodman HS, Ward MA, DePaola LG. Dental office recordkeeping requirements under the MOSH/OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1992 Spring;35:17-19. 1991 Goodman HS. Managing dental care for the elderly. California Dental Institute 1991;38:11-19. VIII. PUBLICATIONS, PATENTS, AND OTHER CREATIVE EFFORTS (continued) A. PUBLICATIONS (continued) 1990 Goodman HS. Aging and oral health policy in Maryland. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1990 Summer;33:17-21. 1990 Goodman HS, Weyant RJ. Dental health personnel planning. Journal of Public Health Dentistry 1990 Winter;50:48-63. Published Textbook Chapters 2004 Goodman HS, Horowitz AM. Oral cancer (chapter). The Maryland Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan: Our call to action 2004-2008. Baltimore, MD: Maryland State Council on Cancer Control, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. 2003 Macek MD, Goodman HS. Dental public health programs. In: Harris NO, Garcia-Gadoy F, eds. Primary preventive dentistry, 6th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ:Pearson Prentice Hall, 2004: 467-500. 1999 Cohen LA, Goodman HS. Dental public health programs. In: Harris NO, Garcia- Gadoy F, eds. Primary preventive dentistry, 5th ed. Stamford,CT:Appleton & Lange, 1999: 423-453. 1995 Cohen LA, Goodman HS. Dental public health programs. In: Harris NO, Christen AG, eds. Primary preventive dentistry, 4th ed. Norwalk,CT:Appleton & Lange, 1995: 413-445. Published Instructional Media 2002 Goodman HS. Pediatric HIV and AIDS: Oral Health Considerations (CD-ROM). In: DePaola LG, ed. Dental Management of the Patient With HIV/AIDS:Current Concepts: 2002. PA and Mid-Atlantic AIDS Education and Training Center. 1996 Blase M, Goodman H, Schroko G, Truman L, Tullner J, Watkins K, Zeller G. Dental clinical care issues: HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, hepatitis B and C 19
  20. 20. (professional continuing education correspondence course). Department of Veterans Affairs, St. Louis National Media Development Employee Education System, Washington Education Center Employee Education System. Published Editorials 1997 Goodman HS. The man from Carroll County - and proud of it: Dr. E. Duston Mersinger, 1997-1998 MSDA President. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1997;40(4):157-159. 1996 Goodman HS. Thomas E. Daley, DDS, MS: 1996-97 MSDA President. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1996;39(3):111-113. 1996 Goodman HS. Swimming upstream. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1996;39(1):7-9. 1995 Goodman HS. The right man at the right time: Dr. Stanley E. Block. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1995;38(4):151-153. VIII. PUBLICATIONS, PATENTS, AND OTHER CREATIVE EFFORTS (continued) Published Editorials 1995 Goodman HS. Days of future past. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1995;38(3):107-110. 1995 Goodman HS. Unsung hero. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1995;38(2):51-52. 1995 Goodman HS. The Maryland Medical Assistance Dental Program: an unhealthy condition and prognosis. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1995;38(1):7-9. 1993 Ward MA, Goodman HS. Introduction - private and public partnerships for success: leading Maryland in providing a safe dental workplace. Journal of the Maryland State Dental Association 1993(4);36:14-15. B. GRANTS AND CONTRACTS Title: Research Grant: Tobacco Attitudes of Dental Hygienists Source: Maryland State Health Network Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2004-2005 (12 months) Amount: $50,000 Title: Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program Source: Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2004-2005 (12 months) Amount: $35,000 Title: Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program Source: Maryland Physician’s Care (MCO) Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2004-2005 (12 months) Amount: $23,000 Title: Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program Source: Doral Dental Service of Maryland 20
  21. 21. Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2004-2005 (12 months) Amount: $5,000 Title: Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program Source: Helix Health, Inc Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2004-2005 (12 months) Amount: $5,000 Title: Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program Source: Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2003-2004 (12 months) Amount: $20,000 VIII. PUBLICATIONS, PATENTS, AND OTHER CREATIVE EFFORTS (continued) B. GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (continued) Title: Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program Source: Maryland Physician’s Care (MCO) Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2003-2004 (12 months) Amount: $23,000 Title: Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program Source: Amerigroup Charitable Foundation Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2003-2004 (12 months) Amount: $10,000 Title: Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program Source: Doral Dental Service of Maryland Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2003-2004 (12 months) Amount: $5,000 Title: Oral Health Program Services Grant Source: Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2003-2004 (12 months) Amount: $44,000 Title: Oral Health Consultative Duties Grant Source: Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2003-2004 (12 months) Amount: $5,500 Title: Pediatric Dental Fellowship Program Source: Helix Health, Inc Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2003-2004 (12 months) Amount: $4,000 21
  22. 22. Title: Oral Health Advisory Committee Historical Report Source: Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2002-2003 (12 months) Amount: $9,900 Title: Research Grant: Tobacco Attitudes of General and Pediatric Dentists Source: Maryland State Health Network Role: Principal Investigator Period: 2002-2003 (12 months) Amount: $62,000 VIII. PUBLICATIONS, PATENTS, AND OTHER CREATIVE EFFORTS (continued) B. GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (continued) Title: Analysis of Existing Oral Health Data in Maryland Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Role: Principal Investigator Period: 1998-1999 (12 months) Amount: $40,000 Title: Physicians’ and Dentists’ Oral Cancer Knowledge and Behavior Source: University of Maryland at Baltimore Minority Oral Health Research Center Role: Co-Principal Investigator Period: 1993-1994 (12 months) Amount: $15,000 Title: Assessment and Continuing Education Program Source: Geriatrics and Gerontology Education and Research (GGEAR) Program Role: Co-Principal Investigator Period: 1992-1993 (12 months) Amount: $10,000 Research Activities 2002 Co-principal investigator in Health Resources and Services Administration grant proposal “Maryland’s Center for Leadership in Training in Pediatric Dentistry with Department of Pediatric Dentistry faculty - unfunded 2000 Participated in NIH P50 grant proposal “Center to Reduce Preschool Child Oral Health Disparities” with Dental School faculty - unfunded 2000 Co-principal investigator in Health Care Financing Administration grant proposal “Caries Intervention in Head Start Children” with Department of Pediatric Dentistry faculty - unfunded 1999 Helped develop research protocol with faculty from Departments of Pediatric Dentistry for 2000 Maryland Head Start Survey - unfunded 1999 Participated in Health Resources and Services Administration grant proposal entitled “Pediatric Dentistry Training Grant” with Department of 22
  23. 23. Pediatric Dentistry faculty - unfunded 1999 Participated in grant proposal initiative to Health Resources and Services Administration entitled “Pain Free in 2003: the Governor’s Initiative for Increasing Dental Access for HealthChoice/MCHIP Children” with Department of Pediatric Dentistry faculty - unfunded 1998-1999 Helped develop research protocol with faculty from Departments of Pediatric Dentistry and Oral Health Care Delivery for 2000 Maryland State Schoolchildren Oral Health Survey. 1994 – 1995 Helped develop research protocol with faculty from Department of Pediatric Dentistry for 1995 Maryland State Schoolchildren Oral Health Survey. VIII. PUBLICATIONS, PATENTS, AND OTHER CREATIVE EFFORTS (continued) Research Activities in Progress 2003 In process of applying (principal investigator) for NIH RO1 grant in response to RFA # DE-04-005 entitled “State Models for Oral Cancer Prevention and Early Detection – Phase II” due in December 2003. STATEMENT TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I certify that this curriculum vitae is a current and accurate statement of my professional record. _____________________ Signature _____________________ Date 23

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