CJDH

CJDH

Abbreviation for Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene.
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Approved by the CJDH editorial board on 9 April 2014; revised 19 January 2015
I would like to acknowledge their efforts and to recognize their contributions by introducing the CJDH editorial board members, old and new, to you.
She has been active in the profession through her involvement with the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association's research advisory committee and as a member of the CJDH editorial board since 2008; the National Dental Hygiene Certification Board as an item writer and reviewer; and the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada as a site surveyor.
His desire to be part of the CJDH editorial board stems from his passion to advocate for dental hygiene research and to increase the profession's awareness of and proficiency for qualitative inquiry.
The Mexican Secretariat of Health, CDH, and CJDH will use the results of this survey to demonstrate the need for stricter policies prohibiting the sale of tobacco to minors and to intensity enforcement and retailer education.
Please note that manuscripts submitted to CJDH should be the original work of the author(s) and should not be under review or previously published by another body in any written or electronic form.
CJDH, like most biomedical and scientific journals, uses the Vancouver citation style for references, which was established by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors in 1978.
The CJDH is published 6 times per year; the IFDH and JDH are published 4 times per year.