We’re excited to share that our new podcast series, Anecdotal Evidence, has launched!
Anecdotal Evidence is a public health-oriented podcast inviting leaders in oral health and public health to share their stories. Focusing on topics like evidence-based practice,
leadership, cultural responsiveness, mentorship, and collaboration, our conversations with national leaders invite bold and innovative responses to emerging public health trends.
On our inaugural episode, I talked with Dr. Georges Benjamin and Dr. Catherine Hayes about their views on leadership in public health. My favorite part of our discussion was the emphasis on quality and diversity in leadership as necessary components of effective public health leadership. Dr. Benjamin shared his strategies for managing a large national organization like the American Public Health Association while striving for multidirectional leadership. Dr. Hayes, a noted national leadership coach, shared her experience with guiding dental students to make and achieve leadership goals, underscoring the need for leadership training as an integral part of dental education.
Check out the teaser below to get a preview of the podcast:
Post authored by:
Annaliese Cothron, MS | Program Director
The American Institute of Dental Public Health