Index

Index

    Dental Clinics of North America, 2016-10-01, Volume 60, Issue 4, Pages 969-974, Copyright © 2016

    Note: Page numbers of articles titles are in boldface type.

    A

    Alcohol/substance abuse, 800–801

    American Dental Association, 769, 935

    involvement with expertise and advocacy, 932–934

    American Dental Convention, 769

    American Public Health Association, 934–935

    B

    Bisexuals, general health among, 897

    C

    Cancer, collaborative health professionals training in, 802

    collaborative research in, 801–802

    Cardiovascular collaborative models, 794–797

    Children’s Health Insurance Program, 771

    Chronic Care Model, 790–791

    human immunodeficiency virus and, 797–798, 799

    Chronic disease, interdisciplinary collaborative models for, 792–803

    management of, established models of, 790–792

    interprofessional collaborative models in, 789–809

    Medical and Dental Home Model of, 791–792

    model of, 790–791

    oral health care and, 849

    Collaborative practice, policy development fosters, 921–942

    Congenital heart disease, health care in, 796–797

    Congestive heart failure, management of, 797

    Craniofacial team, Dr Herbert Cooper, 772

    D

    Dementia, coordinated approach in, 801

    Dental amalgam, Minamata Convention on Mercury and, 931–932

    Dental care landscape, evolving, 845–846

    Dental care system, new strategies for, 846–849

    Dental expenditures, by income, 846

    Dental responder legislation, 909–913

    federal, 913

    state, 912–913

    Dental responder organizations, 909, 910

    Dental schools, and their curricula, 778

    North American, interprofessional education in, problems and solutions for, 811–824

    Dental services, consumer price index for, 847

    Dentistry, formal specialization in, 772

    Denture fabrication, for medically complex older adult, 883–885

    Diabetes, periodontal disease in, 793

    Diabetes collaborative models, 792–794

    Disease, chronic. See Chronic disease .

    E

    Education, interprofessional. See Interprofessional education .

    Emergency response providers, etymology of, and evolution of interprofessional response teams, 908–909

    interprofessional and colaborative evolution of, 911

    Emergency response teams, immunization capacity of dentists and, 913–914

    interprofessional, evolving role of dental responders on, 907–920

    F

    Federal government programs, clinical practice investments by, 964–965

    partnering with foundations or nonprofits, 953–954

    promoting oral health integration and interprofessional collaboration, 962–965

    role in oral health and primary care, historical perspective on, 952–955

    training and education grant programs, 962–964

    G

    Gay men, general health among, 896–897

    Genetics, 943–949

    current educational practices and, 948

    in health care, interprofessional case study of, 944–948

    interprofessional education and, 780

    oral manifestations of, 944

    role of interprofessional relationhips in care of genetic patients and, 948

    Geriatric medical domains, and oral health, 882

    Geriatric patient care, patient outcomes in, interprofessional collaborative practice improves, 880–881

    Geriatric patient care team, ideal, interprofessional members of, 883, 884

    Gies Report, 769–770

    H

    Harvard School of Dental Medicine Consortium Centers of Excellence in Pain Education goals for opioid prescribing, 829–831

    Health, and oral health, of women, 859

    Health care expenditures, out-of-pocket, 847

    Health care providers, ideal generalizable collaboration of, 889

    Health disparities, addressing of, coordination of care and interprofessional education, 891–906

    Health needs, overall, of women, 858–859

    Health Professionals Educational Assistance Act of 1963, 772

    Health Resources and Services Administration, educational resources for clinicians, academics, and researchers, 961–962

    integration of oral health and primary care by, 960

    Human immunodeficiency virus, Chronic Care Model and, 797–798, 799

    Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome collaborative models, 797–800

    Hypertension, quality of care in, 795–796

    I

    Immunization capacity of dentists, 913

    Institute of Medicine, and oral health and interprofessional practice, 954–955, 956

    Interdisciplinary collaborative addiction education, 800–801

    International Association for Dental Research, as facilitator and science advocate, 934

    Interprofessional collaborative model(s), facial injuries as risk for partner violence exposure, 869–870

    for intimate partner violence identification/intervention, 861–864

    for oral health providers in community primary care, 870–871

    for oral/overall health during pregnancy, 860–861, 862–864

    future directions in, 872

    in chronic disease management, 789–809

    future direction in, 803

    history of, 789–790

    oral health approach, at Dalhousie University, 866–868

    trauma-informed case approach to, 866, 868

    violence/abuse oral health, 864–870

    Interprofessional collaborative practice, 766

    as oral health paradigm for women, 857–877

    competency domains, 775

    establishing dental education and, 768–770

    establishing interprofessional education for, 773–777

    framework guidelines in women’s oral/overall health, 866

    in women’s health, content areas as significant for, 873–874

    mature dental education and, 770–773

    pre-dental education and, 766–768

    Interprofessional education, 766

    actions to advance health outcomes, 776

    and coordination of care, addressing health disparities via, 891–906

    assessing of competency in, 821

    at University of Washington, 818–819

    clinical requirements of, 812

    at University of Toronto, 812–813

    communication for bridging generations, 779

    dental, accreditation standards for, 834–837

    in advanced graduate programs, 838–839

    postdoctoral, 836–837

    predoctoral, 835

    emergency response and, 779–780

    for acute and chronic pain, dentist managing of, 825–842

    for pain management, and future effects on collaborative practice, 837

    from classroom to clinical environment, case studies at New York University, 814–815

    genetics and, 780

    in North American dental schools, problems and solutions for, 811–824

    interprofessional practice programs, at University of Alabama, 815

    mastering institutional barriers in, at University of Illinois, 815–817

    overcoming discipline-specific biases, at Meharry Medical College, 817–818 overcoming impact of time and attitude, at Western University of Health Sciences, 819–820

    overcoming institutional barriers and making programs sustainable in, 821

    providing relevancy and flexibility in, 820–821

    women’s health and, 779

    Interprofessional education/interprofessional collaborative practice, in health professional schools, 811–812

    with dentistry, 777

    Interprofesssional collaborative model, at Boston Medical Center, 881–883

    Interprofesssional collaborative practice, improves patient outcomes in geriatric patient care, 880–881

    oral health and, 879–890

    L

    Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons. See LGBT people .

    Lesbians, general health among, 897

    LGBT people, dental school diversity and, 899

    gender identity of, 893

    general health among, 896–898

    health care access and use by, 898

    health care disparities among, medical and nursing approaches to, 898–899

    in North America, estimates of, 895–896

    oral health care of, resources for, 901–903

    suggestions for improvement of, 900–901

    sex and gender of, 893

    sexual orientation of, 894–895

    transgender as term for, 894

    M

    Mental health collaborative models, 800–801

    Mercury, dental, in environment, 924, 925

    patient care and economic considerations in, 925

    emissions inventory of, 922–923

    in environment, 922–923

    issues on, warranting global environmental policy development, 922–925

    policy development in oral health and, 926

    use in dental amalgam, 923–924

    Minamata Convention on Mercury, 921, 930–931, 936–937

    dental amalgam and, 931–932

    goals of, publications for understanding, 936

    government policy on oral health specific to, 929–930

    role of dentists in implementing, 936–937

    N

    National Health Security Strategy and Implementation Plan 2015 to 2018, 909

    National Institute of Dental Research, 772

    O

    Older adult patient, oropharyngeal cancer in, 885–889

    Opioid guidelines, interagency, of washington state aency medical directors group, 827, 828

    Oral health, and health, of women, 859

    and interprofessional collaborative practice, 879–890

    and primary care, historical perspective on, role of federal programs, 952–955

    integrating of, 951–968

    and systemic health, federal initiatives and, 955–960

    landmark publications and, 955

    for special needs people, 843–845

    for special populations, interprofessional collaboration in improving, 843–855

    geriatric medical domains and, 882

    government policy development, specific to Minamata Convention on Mercury and, 929–930

    policy among several nongovernmental stakeholders, 928–929

    policy development for, definition of, and content of, 926

    policy development in, mercury and, 926

    public policy processes and, 926–928

    Oral health care, and chronic disease management, 849

    improving access to, 957, 958

    moving from volume to value, 848

    Oral health competencies, interprofessional, implementation of, 957, 959

    Oral health core competencies, cross-cutting systems amd, 957, 959

    Oral health/dentistry, significance of, milestones with, 766, 767, 768, 771

    Oropharyngeal cancer, in older adult patient, 885–889

    P

    Pain, acute and chronic, dentist managing of, interprofessional education for, 825–842

    management of, interprofessional education for, movement for, 826–827

    chronic, management of, importance of dentists understanding of, 827–829

    dental, mandatory management of, 829

    management education innovations, interprofessional, Boston-based institutions development of, dental, 829–832

    in pharmacy, 834

    in psychology, 833–834

    medical, 832

    nursing, 832–833

    Patient-centered care, barber pole as early sign for, 765–787

    Patient-Centered Medical-Dental Home model, 792, 798

    Periodontal disease, in diabetes, 793

    Pre-dental education, interprofessional collaborative practice and, 766–768

    Pregnancy, oral/overall health during, interprofessional collaborative model for, 860–861, 862–864

    S

    Schizophrenia/psychosis, coordinated approach in, 801

    Special needs people, oral disease in, prevention and early intervention in, 850–852

    oral health for, 843–845

    increasing population and, 844

    Special populations, oral health for, interprofessional collaboration in improving, 843–855

    Special Project of National Significance Oral Health Initiative, 799

    Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration, 800

    Surgeon General’s report, 772–773

    T

    Telehealth technologies, 849

    Transgender persons, general health among, 897–898

    Triple Aim, 773, 774

    U

    US Oral Health Workforce in the Coming Decade , 953, 954

    V

    Vaccination pandemic immunization mass response exercise, 914, 915

    Violence and abuse, lifetime exposure to, consequences of, 867

    Virtual Dental Home system, 849–850

    W

    Water fluoridation, community-level, 771

    Women, interprofessional collaborative practice, as oral health paradigm for, 857–877

    overall health needs of, 858–859

    Women’s health, interprofessional collaborative practice in, content areas as significant for, 873–874

    World Dental Federation, 935–936

    World Federation of Public Health Associations, 934–935

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    Index Dental Clinics of North America, 2016-10-01, Volume 60, Issue 4, Pages 969-974, Copyright © 2016 Note: Page numbers of articles titles are in boldface type. A Alcohol/substance abuse, 800–801 American Dental Association, 769, 935 involvement with expertise and advocacy, 932–934 American Dental Convention, 769 American Public Health Association, 934–935 B Bisexuals, general health among, 897 C Cancer, collaborative health professionals training in, 802 collaborative research in, 801–802 Cardiovascular collaborative models, 794–797 Children's Health Insurance Program, 771 Chronic Care Model, 790–791 human immunodeficiency virus and, 797–798, 799 Chronic disease, interdisciplinary collaborative models for, 792–803 management of, established models of, 790–792 interprofessional collaborative models in, 789–809 Medical and Dental Home Model of, 791–792 model of, 790–791 oral health care and, 849 Collaborative practice, policy development fosters, 921–942 Congenital heart disease, health care in, 796–797 Congestive heart failure, management of, 797 Craniofacial team, Dr Herbert Cooper, 772 D Dementia, coordinated approach in, 801 Dental amalgam, Minamata Convention on Mercury and, 931–932 Dental care landscape, evolving, 845–846 Dental care system, new strategies for, 846–849 Dental expenditures, by income, 846 Dental responder legislation, 909–913 federal, 913 state, 912–913 Dental responder organizations, 909, 910 Dental schools, and their curricula, 778 North American, interprofessional education in, problems and solutions for, 811–824 Dental services, consumer price index for, 847 Dentistry, formal specialization in, 772 Denture fabrication, for medically complex older adult, 883–885 Diabetes, periodontal disease in, 793 Diabetes collaborative models, 792–794 Disease, chronic. See Chronic disease . E Education, interprofessional. See Interprofessional education . Emergency response providers, etymology of, and evolution of interprofessional response teams, 908–909 interprofessional and colaborative evolution of, 911 Emergency response teams, immunization capacity of dentists and, 913–914 interprofessional, evolving role of dental responders on, 907–920 F Federal government programs, clinical practice investments by, 964–965 partnering with foundations or nonprofits, 953–954 promoting oral health integration and interprofessional collaboration, 962–965 role in oral health and primary care, historical perspective on, 952–955 training and education grant programs, 962–964 G Gay men, general health among, 896–897 Genetics, 943–949 current educational practices and, 948 in health care, interprofessional case study of, 944–948 interprofessional education and, 780 oral manifestations of, 944 role of interprofessional relationhips in care of genetic patients and, 948 Geriatric medical domains, and oral health, 882 Geriatric patient care, patient outcomes in, interprofessional collaborative practice improves, 880–881 Geriatric patient care team, ideal, interprofessional members of, 883, 884 Gies Report, 769–770 H Harvard School of Dental Medicine Consortium Centers of Excellence in Pain Education goals for opioid prescribing, 829–831 Health, and oral health, of women, 859 Health care expenditures, out-of-pocket, 847 Health care providers, ideal generalizable collaboration of, 889 Health disparities, addressing of, coordination of care and interprofessional education, 891–906 Health needs, overall, of women, 858–859 Health Professionals Educational Assistance Act of 1963, 772 Health Resources and Services Administration, educational resources for clinicians, academics, and researchers, 961–962 integration of oral health and primary care by, 960 Human immunodeficiency virus, Chronic Care Model and, 797–798, 799 Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome collaborative models, 797–800 Hypertension, quality of care in, 795–796 I Immunization capacity of dentists, 913 Institute of Medicine, and oral health and interprofessional practice, 954–955, 956 Interdisciplinary collaborative addiction education, 800–801 International Association for Dental Research, as facilitator and science advocate, 934 Interprofessional collaborative model(s), facial injuries as risk for partner violence exposure, 869–870 for intimate partner violence identification/intervention, 861–864 for oral health providers in community primary care, 870–871 for oral/overall health during pregnancy, 860–861, 862–864 future directions in, 872 in chronic disease management, 789–809 future direction in, 803 history of, 789–790 oral health approach, at Dalhousie University, 866–868 trauma-informed case approach to, 866, 868 violence/abuse oral health, 864–870 Interprofessional collaborative practice, 766 as oral health paradigm for women, 857–877 competency domains, 775 establishing dental education and, 768–770 establishing interprofessional education for, 773–777 framework guidelines in women's oral/overall health, 866 in women's health, content areas as significant for, 873–874 mature dental education and, 770–773 pre-dental education and, 766–768 Interprofessional education, 766 actions to advance health outcomes, 776 and coordination of care, addressing health disparities via, 891–906 assessing of competency in, 821 at University of Washington, 818–819 clinical requirements of, 812 at University of Toronto, 812–813 communication for bridging generations, 779 dental, accreditation standards for, 834–837 in advanced graduate programs, 838–839 postdoctoral, 836–837 predoctoral, 835 emergency response and, 779–780 for acute and chronic pain, dentist managing of, 825–842 for pain management, and future effects on collaborative practice, 837 from classroom to clinical environment, case studies at New York University, 814–815 genetics and, 780 in North American dental schools, problems and solutions for, 811–824 interprofessional practice programs, at University of Alabama, 815 mastering institutional barriers in, at University of Illinois, 815–817 overcoming discipline-specific biases, at Meharry Medical College, 817–818 overcoming impact of time and attitude, at Western University of Health Sciences, 819–820 overcoming institutional barriers and making programs sustainable in, 821 providing relevancy and flexibility in, 820–821 women's health and, 779 Interprofessional education/interprofessional collaborative practice, in health professional schools, 811–812 with dentistry, 777 Interprofesssional collaborative model, at Boston Medical Center, 881–883 Interprofesssional collaborative practice, improves patient outcomes in geriatric patient care, 880–881 oral health and, 879–890 L Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons. See LGBT people . Lesbians, general health among, 897 LGBT people, dental school diversity and, 899 gender identity of, 893 general health among, 896–898 health care access and use by, 898 health care disparities among, medical and nursing approaches to, 898–899 in North America, estimates of, 895–896 oral health care of, resources for, 901–903 suggestions for improvement of, 900–901 sex and gender of, 893 sexual orientation of, 894–895 transgender as term for, 894 M Mental health collaborative models, 800–801 Mercury, dental, in environment, 924, 925 patient care and economic considerations in, 925 emissions inventory of, 922–923 in environment, 922–923 issues on, warranting global environmental policy development, 922–925 policy development in oral health and, 926 use in dental amalgam, 923–924 Minamata Convention on Mercury, 921, 930–931, 936–937 dental amalgam and, 931–932 goals of, publications for understanding, 936 government policy on oral health specific to, 929–930 role of dentists in implementing, 936–937 N National Health Security Strategy and Implementation Plan 2015 to 2018, 909 National Institute of Dental Research, 772 O Older adult patient, oropharyngeal cancer in, 885–889 Opioid guidelines, interagency, of washington state aency medical directors group, 827, 828 Oral health, and health, of women, 859 and interprofessional collaborative practice, 879–890 and primary care, historical perspective on, role of federal programs, 952–955 integrating of, 951–968 and systemic health, federal initiatives and, 955–960 landmark publications and, 955 for special needs people, 843–845 for special populations, interprofessional collaboration in improving, 843–855 geriatric medical domains and, 882 government policy development, specific to Minamata Convention on Mercury and, 929–930 policy among several nongovernmental stakeholders, 928–929 policy development for, definition of, and content of, 926 policy development in, mercury and, 926 public policy processes and, 926–928 Oral health care, and chronic disease management, 849 improving access to, 957, 958 moving from volume to value, 848 Oral health competencies, interprofessional, implementation of, 957, 959 Oral health core competencies, cross-cutting systems amd, 957, 959 Oral health/dentistry, significance of, milestones with, 766, 767, 768, 771 Oropharyngeal cancer, in older adult patient, 885–889 P Pain, acute and chronic, dentist managing of, interprofessional education for, 825–842 management of, interprofessional education for, movement for, 826–827 chronic, management of, importance of dentists understanding of, 827–829 dental, mandatory management of, 829 management education innovations, interprofessional, Boston-based institutions development of, dental, 829–832 in pharmacy, 834 in psychology, 833–834 medical, 832 nursing, 832–833 Patient-centered care, barber pole as early sign for, 765–787 Patient-Centered Medical-Dental Home model, 792, 798 Periodontal disease, in diabetes, 793 Pre-dental education, interprofessional collaborative practice and, 766–768 Pregnancy, oral/overall health during, interprofessional collaborative model for, 860–861, 862–864 S Schizophrenia/psychosis, coordinated approach in, 801 Special needs people, oral disease in, prevention and early intervention in, 850–852 oral health for, 843–845 increasing population and, 844 Special populations, oral health for, interprofessional collaboration in improving, 843–855 Special Project of National Significance Oral Health Initiative, 799 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration, 800 Surgeon General's report, 772–773 T Telehealth technologies, 849 Transgender persons, general health among, 897–898 Triple Aim, 773, 774 U US Oral Health Workforce in the Coming Decade , 953, 954 V Vaccination pandemic immunization mass response exercise, 914, 915 Violence and abuse, lifetime exposure to, consequences of, 867 Virtual Dental Home system, 849–850 W Water fluoridation, community-level, 771 Women, interprofessional collaborative practice, as oral health paradigm for, 857–877 overall health needs of, 858–859 Women's health, interprofessional collaborative practice in, content areas as significant for, 873–874 World Dental Federation, 935–936 World Federation of Public Health Associations, 934–935

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