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Dr. John Flucke is in private practice in Lee’s Summit, Mo. He also serves as technology editor for Dental Products Report magazine and keeps an active blog filled with thoughts and tidbits on the world of technology at blog.denticle.com.
Being the kind of practitioner we all desire to be requires a serious commitment. I remember when I graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City (the date is now rapidly approaching when dinosaurs ruled the Earth), one of my instructors told me my diploma was just a passport to a lifelong commitment of learning.
Deep down inside, we all understand that, and many of us continue to consume as much educational data as our grey matter can assimilate. However, I would like to ratchet that up to another level or approach the educational concept from a bit of a different angle (hey, I’m an obtuse guy after all!). For most of us, when you speak of “dental education,” the concept imparts one of two concepts: either a CE course taken by the doctor and/or team or perhaps patient education, where the doctor and team strive to impart important knowledge and/or concepts to patients in an effort to help them improve their dental or overall health and quality of life. To hear the rest of Dr. Flucke's thoughts,
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