Dental Pipeline Program: Phase I Results

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  • 1. Dental Pipeline Program: Phase I Results Howard Bailit, DMD, PhD Presentation at UCSF Dental Public Health Seminar, October 14, 2008
  • 2. Goal and Objectives
    • Goal – Reduce Access Disparities
    • Objectives
      • Spend 60 days in community clinics
      • Increase cultural competency
      • Recruit more underrepresented minority students
  • 3. Project Organization
    • Co-Directors
    • Funders
      • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
      • The California Endowment
      • The W. K. Kellogg Foundation
    • National Program Office
    • National Advisory Committee
  • 4. Schools
    • Connecticut
    • Boston
    • North Carolina
    • Ohio State
    • Illinois
    • Howard
    • Washington
    • Temple
    • West Virginia
    • Meharry
    • U. C. San Francisco
    • U. C. Los Angeles
    • U. Southern Cal.
    • U. Pacific
    • Loma Linda
  • 5. Community-Based Education: Rationale
      • Patient-Centered Delivery Systems
      • Senior Student/Residents More Productive
  • 6. Community Clinic Operations
    • Faculty Practice - Supervise 1-2 Students
    • Students Average 6-8 Patients per Day
    • Longer Rotations Better Experience
    • Students Receive Credit for Services
  • 7. Community Sites
    • Great Demand for Students/Residents
    • Mostly Clinics
    4 Schools/Nursing Homes 10 Practices 16 Other 2 Army/Prisons 17 Hospitals 50% Clinics
  • 8. Outcomes, 2007 Days in Community Schools N=14
  • 9. Outcomes, 2007
    • More Underserved Treated
    • Valuable Educational Experience
    • More Graduates in Community Clinics
  • 10. Cultural Competency
    • Cultural Competency Courses
      • Students, Residents, Faculty, Staff
    • Early Clinical Exposure Community
    • Core Social/Behavioral Courses
  • 11. Underrepresented Minority Students: Rationale
    • Increase Access to Minority Populations
    • Address Past Discrimination
    • Improve Understanding All Students
  • 12. Pipeline School Baseline, 2001 Schools Mean = 5.1% Percent URM Freshman Students (Excludes Howard, Meharry)
  • 13. Strategy: Programs Elements
    • URM Recruitment Material
    • Post-Baccalaureate
    • Summer Enrichment
    • Preprofessional Health Advisors
    • “Whole File Review”
    • Feeder College Management
  • 14. Outcomes, 2007 Mean = 11.3% Percent URM in Freshman Class (Excludes Howard, Meharry) N Schools 2002 2007
  • 15. Conclusions
    • Reduced Access Disparities
    • Improved Dental Education
    • Gained Stakeholder Support
    • Identified Major Challenges
  • 16. Wall of Heroes