Dr. Jack Dillenberg visited Denver in mid-August to attend the 2017 Annual Carries Management by Risk Assessment (CAMBRA) meeting. During the meeting, he moderated a panel discussion and continued to be impressed by the successes of CAMBRA in managing and reducing tooth decay. While there, he also saw the eclipse.
After returning to Jerome, Jack and Jamie hosted area friends and neighbors to celebrate living in Jerome.
The week began with Dr. Jack Dillenberg participating on the Shils Entrepreneurial Fund Board conference call to help identify this year’s awardees. He also participated in the Social Mission Metrics Advisory Committee meeting chaired by Dr. Fitzhugh Mullan. The advisory group based at George Washington University is continuing to develop a survey instrument to measure service mission activities at health professions universities.
The week culminated with Dr. Jack Dillenberg returning to the Mesa Rotary Club as their featured luncheon speaker. He was reminded that he spoke to this group 15 years ago during the start of ASDOH’s existence. En route to Jerome, Dr. Jack Dillenberg joined other CAMBRA conference speakers on a call to discuss this year’s annual CAMBRA meeting which will be held in Denver on August 20-22.
"The most difficult glue to find is the one to repair broken trust." Dr. Jack Dillenberg