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Recognize, Address, STOP—Working Together to Prevent Bullying!

Description

During their educational experiences and in practice, dental professionals must collaborate as part of a team. To be successful, individuals must be civil with each other. Unfortunately, incivility and workplace bullying are becoming increasingly evident in educational and workplace environments. Unfamiliarity with incivility, bullying, lateral and horizontal violence, mobbing and microaggression contributes to a serious and escalating problem in the dental professions.

This webinar highlights bullying behaviors, discusses the bullying continuum, demonstrates frequently-encountered examples in dental settings and provides strategies for addressing such behaviors.

Note: This presentation was originally featured at the 2019 ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition.

Learning Objectives:

  • Differentiate between the frequently-encountered negative behaviors that occur in the dental professions, including incivility in the classroom and workplace, bullying, horizontal and lateral violence, mobbing and microaggression.
  • Identify strategies to address bullying behaviors from the viewpoint of the person witnessing the act and the perspective of the recipient of the behavior.
  • Examine a model for ethical decision-making to determine support alternatives for victims and address the behaviors of perpetrators.
CE Information

The American Dental Education Association is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.

An evaluation form is available to participants after the conclusion of the webinar. To earn continuing education (CE) credit for participation in the webinar, the online evaluation must be completed in full by June 19, 2022. After completing the evaluation, webinar participants can print and save the CE Verification Form.

ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.

The American Dental Education Association designates this activity for 1.0 continuing education credit.



All speakers agree that neither they nor members of their immediate family have any financial relationships with commercial entities that may be relevant to their presentation.

Contributors

  • Frederick More, D.D.S., M.S.

    Dr. More, Professor Emeritus at New York University College of Dentistry, is President of the American Society of Dental Ethics, Chairman of the NYU Langone Health Institutional Review Board, and a frequent education contributor at NYU. Dr. More’s teaching has centered on ethics and professionalism as part of the development of professional identity. Civility is a focal area of professional development, as is addressing incivility in professional life. He has collaborated on presentations at ADEA on the hidden curriculum and bullying.

  • Juliette C. Daniels, M.A.

    Prof. Daniels is the Assistant Dean of Student Services and Enrollment Management at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry (UDM SOD). In this role, she is the senior student affairs officer at UDM SOD, responsible for approximately 675 students enrolled in the dental, dental hygiene, and graduate specialty programs. Her interests focus on student affairs assessment and evaluation, first-year student transition and retention, collaboration with academic affairs, developmental co-curricular programming, and college student mental health and wellness. Prof. Daniels’ current research includes an exploration of the prevalence of impostor phenomenon in dental students. She serves as course director for the first-year seminar course for dental students and as an instructor in the dental ethics and professionalism curriculum. In recent years she has presented at several conferences, including the ADEA Annual Session & Exhibition, American College Personnel Association, and the NASPA-Student Affairs Educators regional conference. Prof. Daniels is pursuing a doctorate degree in Educational Leadership with a Higher Education Concentration at Gwynedd Mercy University. She has a master’s degree in Student Affairs Administration from Michigan State University and a bachelor’s degree in Marketing & Business Management from DePaul University.

  • Herminio Perez, D.M.D., M.B.A.

    Dr. Perez received his D.M.D. degree from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Perez is the Director of Student Affairs, Diversity & Inclusion. In addition to his academic and administrative responsibilities, Dr. Perez has several research interests that relate to improving the experience of dental students during their academic years. Dr. Perez has been an active member of ADEA and serves as Councilor of the ADEA Gay-Straight Alliance Section. He is a member of the National Association of Medical Minority Educators and trustee at the Hispanic Dental Association Board of Trustees. He is the Co-principal Investigator of “Creating Awareness in Academic Dentistry,” a project funded by the ADEAGies Foundation.

  • Toni Roucka, D.D.S., M.A.

    Dr. Roucka is a 1990 graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry (UIC COD). After graduation, Dr. Roucka served as a Dental Officer in the U.S. Navy. In 2007, she obtained her master’s degree in Bioethics from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. Since 2016, Dr. Roucka has served as Associate Professor of Restorative Dentistry and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at UIC COD. She is a Fellow of the American College of Dentists, International College of Dentists and the Pierre Fauchard Academy.

June 19, 2019
Wed 12:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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