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Roger E. Alexander

Professor

Baylor College of Dentistry

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Baylor College of Dentistry

3302 Gaston

Dallas, Texas,75246

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Director for Undergraduate Surgical Education, the Coordinator

American Heart Association BLS Training Center


Professor, Baylor College of Dentistry

The Texas A&


Affiliations

Texas A&M Health Science Center

Professor Emeritus


American and International College of Dentists

Fellow


Education

Marquette University School of Dentistry


DDS


Web References(13 Total References)


Dentists Know the Drill of Life

suicideandmentalhealthassociationinternational.org [cached]

The report refutes a long-held perception that suicide is a risk of the profession, according to the study's author, Dr. Roger E. Alexander of Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas.
"The media portrays dentists and other health professionals as being at risk for suicide," Alexander said. Most numbers dealing with this are old and not relevant today, Alexander said, because the profession has changed from strictly white-male to one that encompasses an influx of women and immigrants. The dental suicide myth was traced by Alexander to a 1933 study and was broached and repeated in the 1960s, when several articles noted that dentists, attorneys and/or physicians had 2½ to 5½ times the overall suicide rate of other white-collar workers.


blog.dentalcomfortzone.com

"Since 1933, both the public and professional media have repeatedly portrayed dentists as being suicide prone," said Roger E. Alexander, D.D.S., professor, Baylor College of Dentistry, The Texas A&M University System Health Science Center, Dallas.


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ROGER ALEXANDER, DDSROGER ALEXANDER, DDS Biography Dr. Alexander teaches oral and maxillofacial surgery and pharmacology at the Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas.He is a nationally recognized lecturer and has published numerous articles, including many for The Journal of the American Dental Association.Affiliation ROGER ALEXANDER, DDSROGER ALEXANDER, DDSDr.Alexander teaches oral and maxillofacial surgery and pharmacology at the Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas.He is a nationally recognize (more ... )


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Speaker(s) : ROGER ALEXANDER, DDS ROGER ALEXANDER, DDSROGER ALEXANDER, DDS Biography Dr. Alexander teaches oral and maxillofacial surgery and pharmacology at the Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas.He is a nationally recognized lecturer and has published numerous articles, including many for The Journal of the American Dental Association.Affiliation Dr. Alexander's program will explore issues specific to treating this group of patients, tackling needs, refuting myths and discussing the latest treatment protocols.


The Star of the South Dental Meeting - 2006

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In this evidence-based discussion, Dr. Alexander will advise you on why you should consider buying an AED and he will provide guidance on what features to look for, what pitfalls to avoid, and which AEDs CPR Instructors like most.Dr. Roger Alexander Roger E. Alexander, D.D.S., is a Tenured Professor in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Pharmacology at Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas.He serves as Director for Undergraduate Surgical Education, the Coordinator for the American Heart Association BLS Training Center, and Director for CPR Training.


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