President's Letter

President's Letter

in Steven P. Perlman DDS MSCD, Articles, President's Letter

To the Membership and Board of AADMD,

Thank you all for the honor of allowing me to serve as your president. I have been most fortunate to have longstanding friendships with many of you and look forward with enthusiasm to working together and meeting our new members.

Since our annual meeting in Arizona, we have produced two important policy statements for which we should be extremely proud.

President's Letter

in Henry Hood DMD, Articles, President's Letter

May, 20, 2009

President's Letter

in Henry Hood DMD, Articles, June 2008, President's Letter

At our upcoming meeting in Mashantucket, Connecticut, it will be my distinct honor to assume the responsibilities of the Presidency of the American Academy of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry, to serve, and serve with the many friends and colleagues in this organization that I so respect and admire.

President’s Letter

in Rick Rader MD, Articles, President's Letter, Volume 3 Issue 2

Even in its short history the legacy of the AADMD’s presidents has become formidable. First, Dr. Phil May brought us out of the shadows, and then Dr. Sandy Fenton provided the discipline and grooming that helped distinguish us from a rogue band of loose cannons (that’s not to say that the early guerilla days didn’t serve us well).

President's Letter

in Rick Rader MD, Articles, Fever, President's Letter, Sir William Osler, Volume 3 Issue 1

Sir William Osler, the great guru of both medical practice and medical education in the latter part of the 19th century spent a lot of time pondering fevers. “Humanity has but three great enemies; Fever, famine and war; of these by far the greatest, by far the most terrible, is fever.”

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