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Survey Findings Show Midwives to be Clinical Champions in Oral Health Care

May 3, 2019, New York, NY — Serving on the front lines of health care for women during pregnancy and across their life span, a midwife may very well be the first to identify an oral health condition or disease, even before the dentist. A new national survey reveals midwives are well-positioned to meet this challenge.

New Article: Developing an Interprofessional Oral Health Education System That Meets the Needs of Older Adults

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Check out a new article from the April 2019 issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association co-authored by Dr.

Register for Upcoming Webinar Presented by OHNEP's Judith Haber & Erin Hartnett

Tune into our upcoming webinar "The Impact of Nurses On Oral Health Across the Lifespan" streaming on the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) website on Wednesday March 13, 2019 at 2pm ET.

 

New publication just in time for Nurse Practitioners Week

Check out our latest publication featured in this month's volume from the Journal of the American Association for Nurse Pracitioners: "Integrating Oral Health Curricula Into Nurse Practitioner Graduate Programs: Results Of A US Survey."This article celebrates nurse practitioners as vital members of the primary care workforce, an

OHNEP Awardees Published in MedEdPORTAL

OHNEP Curriculum Innovation Award Receipents, Dr. Cameron Jeter, Assistant Professor at the University of Texas, Houston School of Dentistry, and Dr.

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