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People Gottschalk, Jack
Catalog Number RL520
Object Name Videodisc, Digital
Summary This DVD is volume 49 in a series called Outstanding Leaders in Dentistry, which explores leadership of people who have significantly contributed to dentistry. This is an interview with Jack W. Gottschalk, who talks about his life and career in dentistry. He is best known for being America's most distinguished dental historian actively involved in the founding of The National Museum of Dentistry in 1996 in Baltimore, Maryland, the home of the first dental school in the United States. In general practice in Cincinnatti, Ohio for over 35 years, he served extensively in organized dentistry in Cincinnati, in Ohio, and at the national level. The interview was conducted on May 12, 2000 and republished on DVD around 2006.
Runtime- 1:15:07
Title A Conversation with Jack W. Gottschalk
Author International College of Dentists
Related Websites CLICK link below to view video:

International College of Dentists: Chronicles of Outstanding Leaders in Dentistry No 49 Dr. Jack W. Gottschalk -VIEW HERE

International College of Dentists; Leaders in Dentistry
Medical Subject Headings Biography [V01.175]
Biography [V02.170]
Biography [V02.530.150]
Dentistry [E06]  +
Dentistry [H02.163]
Dentists [N02.360.330]  +
History [K01.400]
Societies [N03.540.828]
Societies, Dental [N03.540.828.506]
Ohio [Z01.107.567.875.075.512]
Ohio [Z01.107.567.875.350.540]
Ohio [Z01.107.567.875.510.540]
Museums [K01.400.152.552]
Library of Congress Subject Headings Associations
Conversation
Dentistry
History
Interviews
Interviewing
People associated with health & safety
Museums
Published Date 2000
Physical Description A white DVD with black writing, the image is of the ICD symbol