Sacramento, Calif. – In the January issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association, dental students share their research on how dental schools have adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic. Articles explore the use of teledentistry, the impact of hybrid learning on dental students, the efficacy of virtual didactic delivery for a predoctoral orthodontics course and the impact of community clinical rotations on dental students’ competency in Australia and the U.S.
“California dental schools have adapted during the pandemic, showing flexibility when faced with the changing reality,” said Kerry K. Carney, DDS, editor-in-chief of the CDA Journal. “This issue of the Journal explains how leadership looked into solutions for complex situations and innovated with hybrid models, both for teaching and for care provision.”
Articles in the January issue include:
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