dental licensure


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dental li·cen·sure

(dentăl līsĕns-shŭr)
Legal credential signifying the right to practice dentistry.
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However, it is interesting to note that more dental students are considering the 1 year Advanced Education in General Dentistry programs as a pathway to dental licensure.
A survey of deans and ADEA activities on dental licensure issues.
Board-to-board consistency in initial dental licensure examinations.
No, portfolios assessments should not be used in in dental licensure.
Yes, portfolio assessments can be used successfully in dental licensure.
An Institute of Medicine study recommended that the American Association of Dental Schools (AADS) work closely with the AADE and state and regional boards to resolve licensure issues of validity and reliability in dental licensure examinations.
Littleton PA: Implications of PGY-1 to the present entry-level dental licensure system, J Dent Educ 1992;56:254-257.