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What I Learned about Myself in Dental School [Podcast]

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Dr. Erinne Kennedy offers insights on her brand of work-life balance, and how mentoring helped her along the way. She also describes how she dealt with burnout, and what she learned inside and outside the four walls of dental school.

This is episode three of Beyond the Mouth, an ongoing podcast series in which Dr. Betsy Shapiro of the American Dental Association (ADA) chats with a diverse group of people who can help with the non-clinical challenges dentists experience every day.

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Dr. Erinne Kennedy, DMD, MPH

Erinne Kennedy graduated from Nova Southeastern College of Dental Medicine in 2015. She completed a 1-year general practice residency (GPR) at a Veterans Administration hospital in Baltimore, MD in 2016, and her dental public health (DPH) residency at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HSDM) in 2018. She is currently the inaugural student in the MMSc in Dental Education program at HSDM, graduating in May 2019. She serves at a local community health center in Boston, MA. Contact Erinne at