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With the changing dental hygiene landscape, roles and practice settings are expanding to include clinical services, health education, health promotion strategies, and interprofessional collaboration for underserved individuals and groups. This new outlook poses challenges to dental programs as instructors seek out new ways to integrate forward thinking throughout their curriculum.
Expert author team, Denise M. Bowen, RDH, MS and Jennifer A. Pieren, RDH, MS share some tips and strategies to help your dental hygiene programs set and achieve new learning-teaching goals.
Article by:Denise M. Bowen, RDH, MSJennifer A. Pieren, RDH, MS
Transitioning from student to the workplace can be a challenge for new graduates. With little experience to gauge the future on, many new graduates treat the workplace similarly to a school environment (looking for guidance from instructors, lack of respect for fellow students, or decreased responsibility for their actions – just to name a few). Consider sharing the following tips with your students to help them succeed in today’s workforce.
Article by: Heather Prendergast, RVT, CVPM, SPHR
There are thousands of articles published in dentistry each year, but despite the plethora of data, there is limited evidence for many day-to-day clinical questions. To help answer these questions, dentists need to improve their critical-thinking and problem-solving skill sets. Co-Editors and Professors of Dentistry, Satheesh Elangovan and Michael G. Newman share strategies for improving the clinical decision-making skills of today's dental student.
White Paper by:Satheesh Elangovan, BDS, DSc, DMScMichael G. Newman, DDS, FACD
The goal of maternity care education has expanded to include the nursing care and interventions that have a long-term effect on the adult health of the newborn infant. This expanded focus can result in the reduction of non-communicable diseases in developed and undeveloped countries and therefore have a positive impact on global health.
Article by: Gloria Leifer, MA, RN, CNE
Mixed methods studies are being conducted by nurses and other health professionals in increasing numbers. A literature search on almost any health-related topic will identify mixed methods studies. This article addresses why these methods being used and the philosophical and practical reasons behind these research designs.
Article by: Jennifer Gray, RN, PhD, FAAN
According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), there are almost 19 million veterans in the United States, along with two million active duty members who will be veterans one day. Public health nurses and others providing care in the community must be aware of the needs, histories, and experiences of this population.
Article by: Mary A. Nies, PhD, RN, FAAN, FAAHBMelanie McEwen, PhD, RN
Leadership is well-documented in the literature and has numerous theories and views about what constitutes leadership and what it is leaders do. Less well-known is followership and what followers do. Authors Patricia Yoder-Wise and Amy Boothe discuss the ideas and strategies for being an effective follower in the nursing profession.
Article by: Amy Boothe, DNP, RNPatricia S. Yoder-Wise, RN, EdD, NEA-BC, ANEF, FAAN