Mariam Pera, ADHA
New Resources Available from ADHA This December
CHICAGO, December 5, 2012 — As the leading voice of the dental hygiene profession, ADHA offers many resources for professional development and personal growth, including publications and continuing education courses.
This month’s issue of Access magazine focuses on Education. Dental hygiene is at a crossroads of change, and so are dental hygiene educational programs. This issue explores the future of dental hygiene education and includes features on CODA and commercial support for continuing educational programs.
Got a question about Access? Contact Jean Majeski, managing editor, at JeanM@adha.net.
For more information on Access, click here.
Journal of Dental Hygiene
The fall 2012 issue of the Journal of Dental Hygiene is available online. Click here to view this issue’s table of contents. The Journal is accessible to ADHA members through their membership profile on the ADHA website.
Got a question about the Journal? Contact Josh Snyder, staff editor, at JoshS@adha.net.
For more information on the Journal, click here.
Continuing Education Courses
Our newest CE course, “The Health Literacy Challenge: Strategies for Healthcare Providers,” is available on adha.cdeworld.com. Visit adha.cdeworld.com for ADHA’s quality, peer-reviewed continuing education courses. Click here to read more about ADHA’s partnership with CDEWorld.
About the American Dental Hygienists’ Association
The American Dental Hygienists’ Association (ADHA) is the largest national organization representing the professional interests of more than 150,000 dental hygienists across the country. Dental hygienists are preventive oral health professionals, licensed in dental hygiene, who provide educational, clinical and therapeutic services that support total health through the promotion of optimal oral health. For more information about ADHA, dental hygiene or the link between oral health and general health, visit ADHA at www.adha.org.