The Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene (CJDH)
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February 2017, volume 51, No.1
- Ultrasonic instrumentation instruction in Canadian dental hygiene programs
- Re-exposure rates of digital intraoral images taken by undergraduate dental hygiene students
- Effectiveness of early pediatric dental homes
- Therapeutic oral rinsing, Part 2
- Interprofessional education and collaborative practice
- Celebrating dental hygiene research and Canada’s 150th birthday!
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 in English or French on topics of relevance to dental hygiene education, practice, policy, and theory. To discuss a possible contribution to the journal or to submit a manuscript, please contact the scientific editor at
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ISSN 1712-1728 (online)
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CJDH 50th Anniversary
In 1966, the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association decided to launch a national journal as a means of cross-country communication and knowledge sharing. The following year, The Canadian Dental Hygienist/L’hygiéniste dentaire du Canada became the official title of the journal. Since then, the journal has undergone two more name changes (to Probe in 1986 and to Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene/Journal canadien de l’hygiène dentaire in 2004), several modifications to its publication frequency, and shifts
in its mandate. Yet one element has remained constant over the past 50 years: the journal has always sought to advance the profession by showcasing the expertise of dental hygienists to the world.