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Impact of COVID-19 on different teaching methods

Chapter by: Lee, Ellen; Wang, Aspen; Roh, Jungwon; Liang, Yun Shi; Lee, Tae Joon
in: Clinical & Educational Scholarship Showcase by
[New York NY : NYU College of Dentistry. NYU Academy of Distinguished Educators], 2021
pp. ?-?
ISBN:
CID: 4819892

Dental Team Careers

Lee, Ellen; Chin, Brian; Lee, Jun Suk; Choi, WonSun; Lee, Tae Joon; Roh, Jungwon; Liang, Yun Shi; Wang, Aspen
ORIGINAL:0015326
ISSN: n/a
CID: 5027692

Artificial Intelligence in Dentistry and Dental Education

Lee, Ellen; Chin, Brian; Roh, Jungwon; Liang, Yun Shi; Wang, Aspen; Lee, Tae Joon
ORIGINAL:0015327
ISSN: n/a
CID: 5027702

Comparison Of Changes In Dental Job Market From 2007-2012 And 2013-2018 Using A Classified Advertising Index

Lee, Ellen; Chin, Brian; Choi, WonSun; Lee, Jun Suk; Lee, Tae Joon
ORIGINAL:0014733
ISSN: n/a
CID: 4551472

Choosing dental specialty career by assessing competitiveness of dental speciality

Lee, Ellen; Chin, Brian; Lam, Lawrence; Choi, WonSun; Lee, Jun Suk
ORIGINAL:0014650
ISSN: n/a
CID: 4473652

Student preferences in career paths using match, job and income data

Lee, Ellen; Chin, Brian; Chen, Anthony Kar Ki; Chen, Gia; Choi, WonSun; Lam, Lawrence
ORIGINAL:0014645
ISSN: n/a
CID: 4458322

Dental Students' Preferences in Career Paths Using Match, Job, and Income Data [Meeting Abstract]

Lee, Ellen; Chin, Brian; Wolff, Mark S; Chen, Anthony Kar Ki; Chen, Gia
ORIGINAL:0012476
ISSN: 1930-7837
CID: 2934132

Prospective Career Paths for Dental Students

Lee, Ellen; Chin, Brian; Babu, Alvin; Rodriguez-Cardenas, Maria P; Chen, Gia; Chen, Anthony Kar Ki; Hershkowitz, David
Dental school graduates have a choice of a variety of career paths after graduation. Besides private practice students can work in research, hospital care, and academia. The goal of dental students is not only to be competent clinicians, but also to be able to delineate the different career pathways beyond dental school. Our aim is to provide a framework for dental students to use so that they can explore variousopportunities after dental school. We have formulated a template that consists of a series of questions that show different alternatives that in turn will help students decide their path beyond graduation. Thisframework will provide dental students with an organized tool to weigh the pros and cons of where to establish themselves and it will expose them to different career paths after graduation
ORIGINAL:0012568
ISSN: n/a
CID: 3355722

Student Preferences in Career Paths Using Match, Job, Income Data

Chapter by: Lee, Ellen; Chin, Brian; Wolff, Mark; Chen, Anthony Kar Ki; Chen, Gia
in: RSE : Research Scholarship Expo by
[S.l. : NYU College of Dentistry], 2018
pp. 052-052
ISBN: n/a
CID: 3157032

Dental Students Assessment of the Theory and Practice that is Presented in General Dentistry Simulation I

Lee, Ellen; Lin, Kevin; Hershkowitz, David
This article aims to find out how the dental students at New York University College of Dentistry (NYU CD) evaluate the balance between the amount of theory taught and practice time allotted in cavity preparation presented in General Dentistry Simulation I so that recommendations to improve the curriculum can be formulated. An IRB approved anonymous six-question survey questionnaire was distributed to the dental students in the second (D2), year at NYUCD over a 3 year period. The questionnaire consisted of scaled responses so as to gain insight into the undergraduate opinion and their perception of whether the amount of theory and practice of cavity preparation presen ted in General Dentistry Simulation I was sufficient. Overall, the majority of the dental students felt that there was enough theory and practice for cavity preparation. Each succeeding second year students wanted more practice time
ORIGINAL:0012988
ISSN: n/a
CID: 3355742