CJDH

CJDH

Abbreviation for Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene.
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Of course, there are many other journals that should also be searched for specific topics of interest besides CJDH. We are, however, very proud to say that CJDH, the official journal of CDHA, is one of only a small handful of peer-reviewed dental hygiene journals in the world.
The Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene (CJDH) is evolving with the times.
I would like to acknowledge their efforts and to recognize their contributions by introducing the CJDH editorial board members, old and new, to you.
To assess the illegal sale of cigarettes to minors in other regions of Mexico and on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, during January--February 1999 the General Directorate of Epidemiology in Mexico, the Chihuahua State Department of Health Services (CDH), the Ciudad Juarez Department of Health (CJDH), the Texas Department of Health (TDH), and the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDH) surveyed cigarette outlets in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico; El Paso, Texas; and Las Cruces, New Mexico.
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.
Correspondence: Dr Salme Lavigne, CJDH Scientific Editor: scientificeditor@cdha.ca
The Canadian Journal of Denial Hygiene (CJDH) is a quarterly peer-reviewed publication of the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association.
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.
The 3 peer-reviewed, scientific research journals in dental hygiene are the Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene (CJDH), the International Journal of Dental Hygiene (IJDH), and the Journal of Dental Hygiene (JDH).
Salme Lavigne, CJDH Scientific Editor; scientificeditor@cdha.ca
Approved by the CJDH editorial board on 9 April 2014; revised 19 January 2015
As a bonus for most CJDH readers, this chapter was written by a Canadian: Don Brunette, PhD, from the University of British Columbia.