The Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene (CJDH)

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June 2016, volume 50, No.2

  • Acculturation and oral health behaviours of Japanese immigrants in Vancouver, Canada
  • Examining changes in income-related oral health inequality in Canada
  • The impact of occupation-related musculoskeletal disorders on dental hygienists
  • A journey into the future of dental hygiene and the journal in 2066
  • Graduate dental hygiene education
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Established in 1966, the Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene (CJDH) is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association and is published three times per year: an electronic edition in February and a print edition in June and October. CJDH invites submissions of original research, literature reviews, case studies, and short communications of scientific and professional interest to dental hygienists and other oral health professionals.

CJDH is indexed in biomedical databases—CINAHL, EBSCOhost, ProQuest, Scopus, and Thomson Gale.

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The journal invites submissions on topics of relevance to dental hygiene education, practice, policy, and theory. Manuscripts may be submitted in English or French and should deal with current issues, make a significant contribution to the field of dental hygiene, and advance the scientific basis of practice. To discuss a possible contribution to the journal or to submit a manuscript, please contact the scientific editor at

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Because CJDH is now available online at no charge, we no longer sell subscriptions to the journal.

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For more information about the journal, please contact the Editorial Office by email at or by telephone at 613-224-5515 x135 or 1-800-267-5235 x135.

ISSN 1712-1728 (online)

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