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Idaho State University Department of Dental Hygiene goes on the road

2019年11月12日

Bengals Smile for Life - Bringing Oral Health Care to You!

Idaho State University Department of Dental Hygiene goes on the road
学生们 in Idaho State University's dental hygiene program carry equipment in portable cases in preparation for Bengal Smiles for Life, a teledentistry program.

The Idaho Oral Health Program is in the Division of Public Health, within the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare The funding comes from a Health 资源 and 服务 管理 (HRSA) grant.

格兰特的具体目标是:  

• Develop programs or expand oral health services or facilities in dental health professional shortage areas employing the use of teledentistry, and using silver diamine fluoride.

• Promote oral health and other science professions to Idaho youth.

• Conduct a statewide oral health workforce assessment in collaboration with the Idaho State Dental Association, Idaho State Dental Hygienists’ Association, and other partners.

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The benefits of such a program are two-fold. The work provides hands-on training for students while also helping to prevent and stop dental diseases for individuals of all ages.


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The Bengal Smiles for Life grant team includes Freudenthal, project manager Rachelle Williams, Ellen Rogo, JoAnn Gurenlian, Colleen Stephenson, Jessica August, Leciel Bono and Kandis Garland.

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The CliftonStrengths grant team includes Principal Investigator Leciel Bono, August, Gurenlian, Stephenson and Williams.

 

The Department of Dental Hygiene at ISU trains and prepares approximately 32 hygienists per year for careers in the rapidly growing dental hygiene field. For information on the Dental Hygiene Program email Jennifer Sterbentz at kentjen3@isu.edu 或呼叫(208)282-3796。

 

 

 

 

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