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ECU School of Dental Medicine earns national award for excellence in social mission
ECU School of Dental Medicine earns national award for excellence in social mission
 
ECU dental students receive white coats, usher in clinical phase of education
ECU dental students receive white coats, usher in clinical phase of education
 
ECU dental school provides oral health care to migrant farmworkers
ECU dental school provides oral health care to migrant farmworkers
 
ECU dental student builds future career on service, compassionate care
ECU dental student builds future career on service, compassionate care
 
ECU event provides dental care to eastern North Carolina veterans in need
ECU event provides dental care to eastern North Carolina veterans in need
 
ECU’s dental school marks 10 years of education, care
ECU’s dental school marks 10 years of education, care
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services today announced a new dental public health training program: Oral Health Training Program for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD).
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services today announced a new dental public health training program: Oral Health Training Program for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (I/DD).
 
ECU dental student earns national scholarship for community service
ECU dental student earns national scholarship for community service
 
ECU dental school provides free care for Hispanic farmworkers
ECU dental school provides free care for Hispanic farmworkers
 
In observance of National Dental Care Awareness Month this month and in its continuing commitment to improving health, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services today released the NC Oral Health Improvement Plan
In observance of National Dental Care Awareness Month this month and in its continuing commitment to improving health, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services today released the NC Oral Health Improvement Plan
 
ECU dental school’s new fund will support oral health care for veterans
ECU dental school’s new fund will support oral health care for veterans
 
ECU dental school alumna creates garden to fight food insecurity
 
Ninety-eight of North Carolina’s 100 counties have now been designated as Dental Health Professional Shortage Areas (Dental HPSAs), according to new data released by Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
Ninety-eight of North Carolina’s 100 counties have now been designated as Dental Health Professional Shortage Areas (Dental HPSAs), according to new data released by Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).
 
ECU dental school brings school-based oral prevention program through Duke Endowment
 
Rural patients could get more access to dental care, as dental hygienists can now treat patients in high-need areas without direct supervision, the N.C. Rules Review Commission decided Thursday, Jan. 16.
Rural patients could get more access to dental care, as dental hygienists can now treat patients in high-need areas without direct supervision, the N.C. Rules Review Commission decided Thursday, Jan. 16.
 
Dental hygienists could gain more freedom to treat patients in rural areas and nursing homes.
 
Faculty, students and residents from the dental school joined forces on Nov. 16 with local organizations to provide free dental care to veterans at no cost to them
Faculty, students and residents from the dental school joined forces on Nov. 16 with local organizations to provide free dental care to veterans at no cost to them
 
As an offensive lineman on East Carolina University’s football team, Travish Hicks was tasked with defending the quarterback—a challenging assignment.
As an offensive lineman on East Carolina University’s football team, Travish Hicks was tasked with defending the quarterback—a challenging assignment.
 
Gov. Cooper Signs Bill Into Law
 
For Lloyd Holland, walking into the East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine's community service learning center in Sylva, N.C., felt like coming home all over again
For Lloyd Holland, walking into the East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine's community service learning center in Sylva, N.C., felt like coming home all over again
 
The national organization representing all U.S. and Canadian dental schools announced last week that a 2019 award for innovation will go to the School of Dental Medicine at East Carolina University
The national organization representing all U.S. and Canadian dental schools announced last week that a 2019 award for innovation will go to the School of Dental Medicine at East Carolina University
 
“I came here to make a living, not a killing,” California native Dr. Patrick Kelley said from the basement workshop of his Graham County dentist office.
“I came here to make a living, not a killing,” California native Dr. Patrick Kelley said from the basement workshop of his Graham County dentist office.
 
The UNC Board of Governors have awarded Dr. Gregory Chadwick, dean of East Carolina University's School of Dental Medicine, with the 2017 Gov. James E. Holshouser Jr. Award for Excellence in Public Service
The UNC Board of Governors have awarded Dr. Gregory Chadwick, dean of East Carolina University's School of Dental Medicine, with the 2017 Gov. James E. Holshouser Jr. Award for Excellence in Public Service
 
If I understand the current law regarding our intelligence agencies ability to legally conduce surveillance, it is broken down into two categories.
If I understand the current law regarding our intelligence agencies ability to legally conduce surveillance, it is broken down into two categories.
 
On January 3, 2017 at about 6:00 PM the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a call reporting a shooting at a residence on Main Street in Pinetown, North Carolina
On January 3, 2017 at about 6:00 PM the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office received a call reporting a shooting at a residence on Main Street in Pinetown, North Carolina
 
On January 3, 2017 at about 6:00 PM Beaufort County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a person shot at residence in Pinetown, North Carolina
On January 3, 2017 at about 6:00 PM Beaufort County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a person shot at residence in Pinetown, North Carolina
 
A $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will enable East Carolina University's School of Dental Medicine to offer more scholarships to economically disadvantaged students over the next four years.
A $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will enable East Carolina University's School of Dental Medicine to offer more scholarships to economically disadvantaged students over the next four years.
 
A bill instructing dentists to ignore some new state rules on sedation raised red flags in committee with Sen. Floyd McKissick, D-Durham, though supporters of the the bill said the problem was a lack of clarity in the rules
A bill instructing dentists to ignore some new state rules on sedation raised red flags in committee with Sen. Floyd McKissick, D-Durham, though supporters of the the bill said the problem was a lack of clarity in the rules
 
East Carolina University's School of Dental Medicine hosted an inaugural charity event March 18-19 designed to reach adults in the greatest need of oral health care
East Carolina University's School of Dental Medicine hosted an inaugural charity event March 18-19 designed to reach adults in the greatest need of oral health care
 
The East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine earned some national recognition this week as the American Dental Association President spent two days on campus.
The East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine earned some national recognition this week as the American Dental Association President spent two days on campus.
 
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments today...
 
This week Carolina Journal reported on an important ruling against an occupational license in Texas. State leaders should take note.
This week Carolina Journal reported on an important ruling against an occupational license in Texas. State leaders should take note.
 
An East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine clinic is now treating local patients experiencing oral emergencies.
An East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine clinic is now treating local patients experiencing oral emergencies.
 
Students and residents representing three of East Carolina University's health sciences programs recently participated in the university's first interprofessional virtual patient case.
Students and residents representing three of East Carolina University's health sciences programs recently participated in the university's first interprofessional virtual patient case.
 
A U.S. Supreme Court decision that many opponents of restrictive occupational licensing rules saw as a victory for small-scale entrepreneurs may wind up being a setback, as the General Assembly's Program Evaluation Division wants to create an Occupational Licensing Commission to supervise...
A U.S. Supreme Court decision that many opponents of restrictive occupational licensing rules saw as a victory for small-scale entrepreneurs may wind up being a setback, as the General Assembly's Program Evaluation Division wants to create an Occupational Licensing Commission to supervise...
 
During the progressive era, federal antitrust enforcement agencies were known as "trustbusters." They were usually depicted as righteous warriors courageously fighting to rescue helpless ordinary citizens from the machinations of rich and powerful monopolists. In reality, federal trust busting...
During the progressive era, federal antitrust enforcement agencies were known as "trustbusters." They were usually depicted as righteous warriors courageously fighting to rescue helpless ordinary citizens from the machinations of rich and powerful monopolists. In reality, federal trust busting...
 
Potentially "tragic" results could occur because the professional board that regulates the state's dentists issues sedation permits before it inspects dental facilities, and does not conduct compliance checks to ensure dentists can deliver anesthesia safely and respond to medical emergencies...
Potentially "tragic" results could occur because the professional board that regulates the state's dentists issues sedation permits before it inspects dental facilities, and does not conduct compliance checks to ensure dentists can deliver anesthesia safely and respond to medical emergencies...
 
My colleague Jon Sanders has already commented on last week's Supreme Court decision in North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners v. Federal Trade Commission. As Jon suggests, this is a good result in many ways — the bad guys lost, and the good guys will eventually benefit. It is...
My colleague Jon Sanders has already commented on last week's Supreme Court decision in North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners v. Federal Trade Commission. As Jon suggests, this is a good result in many ways — the bad guys lost, and the good guys will eventually benefit. It is...
 
North Carolina is one of the more aggressive states in the nation in licensing occupations. This is a significant impediment to freedom in a state that once boasted, and ought to be able to again, of being "First in Freedom."
North Carolina is one of the more aggressive states in the nation in licensing occupations. This is a significant impediment to freedom in a state that once boasted, and ought to be able to again, of being "First in Freedom."
 
The obvious problem with the cause often identified as "states' rights" is that it has sometimes been used to defend odious practices such as slavery and segregation. There's an even more basic problem, however, and it lies in the wording of the phrase itself. Governments can have...
The obvious problem with the cause often identified as "states' rights" is that it has sometimes been used to defend odious practices such as slavery and segregation. There's an even more basic problem, however, and it lies in the wording of the phrase itself. Governments can have...
 
North Carolina is one of the more aggressive states in the nation in licensing occupations. This is a significant impediment to freedom in a state that once boasted, and ought to be able to again, of being "First in Freedom."
North Carolina is one of the more aggressive states in the nation in licensing occupations. This is a significant impediment to freedom in a state that once boasted, and ought to be able to again, of being "First in Freedom."
 
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