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Articles from The Dental Assistant (September 1, 2009)

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2008-2009 Emergency LAP Funds Nebraska Dental Assistants Association received $3,000. Rodriguez, Rosana 1094
2009 ADAA conference rules. 1042
2009 LAP Fund Applications California: requested $3,000, the BOT approved $3,000. Rodriguez, Rosana 418
ADAA Annual Session schedule. Calendar 565
Aloha! All Dental Assistants to the 85th ADAA Annual Session. Spadaro, Stephen Brief article 322
Conference services. Directory 305
Conference support. List 409
Demographics for the decade. McDonough, Doug Statistical data 1626
Editor's desk. Trota, Michi Brief article 300
Hawaii DENTAC conducts humanitarian dental missions to remote locations: soldiers from the USA Dental Activity provide dental treatment and education to citizens of remote locations while on humanitarian missions. Eavey, Mark E. 1221
Highlights of dental assisting education. 1881
Iowa: requested $3,000, the BOT approved $1,200. Rodriguez, Rosana Brief article 187
Looking towards the future: incoming President Angela M. Swatts considers the challenges that lie ahead. Swatts, Angela M. Viewpoint essay 504
Managing cultural differences in the dental office: maintaining an open and accessible practice for all patients. Finkbeiner, Betty Ladley 1679
Minnesota: requested $3,000, the BOT approved $3,000. Rodriguez, Rosana 1706
Networking within your professional association: making your membership work for you. Kaweckyj, Natalie 1559
Patient perceptions: the dental staff's influence on patient satisfaction: how dental staff can earn patient trust and loyalty. Sheffield, Timothy J. 782
Proposed amendments to bylaws. 1587
Session event descriptions. Calendar 773
Thanks for a wonderful year! President Stephen E. Spadaro bids a fond farewell as his tenure comes to a close. Spadaro, Stephen E. Viewpoint essay 454
The American Dental Assistants Association Foundation. Brief article 153
Treating the special needs patient with a sensory disability: hearing impairment: exploring alternate methods of communicating with patients. Jaccarino, Janet 2651

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