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News for September 2019
ADEE representation at AMEE 2019 Vienna
ADEE President and President Elect of the ADEE, accompanied by the Secretary General (Cristina Manzanares) and Executive members Barry Quinne and Rui Amaral Mendes attended the AMEE Congress which took place in Vienna in August 2019.
At the general assembly of the Association for Dental Education in Europe held in Berlin, Germany on Friday 23rd August 2018 the ADEE Executive Committee presented the annual activity report (for the period 01.01.18 to 31.12.18) to the membership.
You can read the report here or by visiting the ADEE publications page.
ADEE Excellence in Dental Education Mature Career Award 2019 Presented to Dr Peter Fine UCL
At the ADEE Awards Celebration Evening in Berlin German on Thursday 22nd August 2019 the 2019 ADEE Mature Career Educator award was presented to Dr Peter D Fine PhD Principal Teaching Fellow, UCL Eastman Dental Institute, London United Kingdom.
ADEE Oral B Inter Professional Educator Award 2019
At the ADEE Awards Celebration Evening in Berlin German on Thursday 22nd August 2019 the 2019 ADEE Oral B Inter professional Educator award was presented to Ms Clare Mcilwaine from Peninsula Dental School, University of Plymouth. Clare is the first non dentist to receive this award from ADEE in recognition of considerable work in the creation and delivery of an IPE focused curriculum the BSc Dental Therapy and Hygiene (DTH) at Peninsula Dental School where All teaching, learning and assessment are shared within the Scope of Practice of a DTH and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) student. In awarding Clare
ADEE GSK Advancement of Dentistry in Society Scholarship for second year
The ADEE GSK Advancement of Dentistry in Society Scholarship was introduced in 2018 to assist in enabling dental schools to embed the concept of dentistry in society as a core competence of graduating dentists and a key element of the dental undergraduate curriculum. It is hoped that this will in turn enable greater graduate consciousness of the importance of such topics as defined within the Dentistry in Society Domain of the Graduating European Dentist.