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What does NDHA stand for?

NDHA stands for Nebraska Dental Hygienists' Association


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Meyers, RDH, MS Nebraska Dental Hygienists' Association Nevada Dental Hygienists' Association * Beth Decker Nicely, RDH North Dakota Dental Hygienists' Association Oklahoma Dental Hygienists' Assoication Kathleen O'Neill-Smith, RDH Tennessee Dental Hygienists' Association Beth Truett Konnetta Putman-Sparks, RDH, MA Quad Cities Dental Hygienists' Association (IA) Sacramento Valley Dental Hygiene Society (CA) Deborah Ann Schultz, RDH Kristen L.
Mattson, RDH Denise Marie McFadden Montana Dental Hygienists' Association Montgomery Bucks Dental Hygienists' Association (PA) Nebraska Dental Hygienists' Association Karen L Neiner, RDH, MBA New Haven Dental Hygiene Society (CT) New Mexico Dental Hygienists' Association North Suburban Dental Hygiene Society (IL) Northern (UT) Northwest Dental Hygienists' Association (OH) Debra November-Rider, RDH Old Dominion University Student Chapter Omaha Nebraska Dental Hygiene Society Orange County Dental Hygiene Society (CA) Oregon Dental Hygienists' Association Jackie S.
Jennifer Vega Lamb RDH, MPH Cynthia Carlson, RDH, BS, is past president and delegate of the Nebraska Dental Hygienists' Association.
Cynthia Carlson, RDH, BS, past president and delegate of the Nebraska Dental Hygienists' Association, is currently legislative co-chair.
Both the Nebraska Dental Hygienists' Association and the Nebraska Dental Assistants' Association agree that a scope of practice needs to be established in statute for dental assistants, and that regulators alone should not determine "education, preparation, and training for dental assistants.
The Nebraska Dental Hygienists' Association consistently opposed the proposed rules but advocated for accredited education and credentialing for dental assistants prior to the delegation of expanded duties.