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We are dedicated to providing patient-centered and clinical-based education for the lifelong learning needs of dental practices.
Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, Division of Continuing Education strives to develop educational programs that address different patient populations, dental specialties, advancing technologies, and varied practice settings. We create and coordinate programs that incorporate all types of educational methodologies, quality training, and the highest standards of oral health care by utilizing a comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach. Goals: -To promote and encourage lifelong education for the dental professional beyond graduation and/or certification, by presenting outstanding programs by recognized clinicians and educators who have demonstrated expertise in their respective fields of endeavor -To disseminate new information on advancing technology and procedures, for practical application by the dental professional -To encourage and assist the dental professional to achieve higher levels of skills, knowledge, and competence -To provide continuing education programs that enable participants to provide an improved level of care to their patients and their community Don't forget to also check us out on LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/ke9Owa
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The Boston College School of Theology and Ministry in Brighton, Massachusetts, United States, is the graduate divinity school of Boston College and an ecclesiastical faculty of theology that trains men and women, both lay and religious, for service, especially within the Roman Catholic Church. The school is operated by the Jesuits.HistoryFounded in 1922 as Weston College in the Massachusetts town of Weston, the school was integrated into Boston College in 1959.In 1974, Weston College became independent but coordinated with Boston College under the Boston Theological Institute. In 1975, Weston College was renamed to Weston School of Theology and operated from facilities in Cambridge, Massachusetts in a cooperative arrangement with the Episcopal Divinity School. In 1994, the school was renamed to Weston Jesuit School of Theology.In December 2004, Boston College announced plans to create a School of Theology and Ministry by merging the Institute for Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry and the Weston Jesuit School of Theology. The reaffiliation of Weston Jesuit School of Theology with Boston College took place in 2008, and the school was moved to the Boston College campus in Brighton, Massachusetts, purchased in 2006. These buildings formerly housed the chancery of the Archdiocese of Boston and portions of St. John's Seminary.