Introduction Many students are now preparing to finish their last year in dental hygiene, which coincides with a particularly important test: the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination (NBDHE).
What does NBDH stand for?
NBDH stands for National Board Dental Hygiene
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Also included are mini-tests that mirror the style of the newly revised National Board Dental Hygiene Examination (NBDHE), and suggested activities.
Edenfield and Hansen (7) examined the relationship between early course average, interim course average and a mock dental hygiene board and the passing rate on the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination.
A statistical analysis of dental hygiene students' grades in online and on-campus courses and performance on the national board dental hygiene exams.
Unfortunately, for me (and other internationally educated dental hygienists) to take the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination, there are a few "hoops and hurdles" to get through in order to gather enough endorsements for submission to the American Dental Association (ADA) and the respective boards of dentistry.
I was disappointed to learn of ADHA's recent resolution supporting the elimination of patients in dental hygiene clinical board examinations for graduates of accredited dental hygiene programs who have successfully completed the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination.