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Sacramento, Calif. – The December 2021 issue of the Journal of the California Dental Association takes a unique look at how oral health organizations play a critical role in health literacy and health equity. Articles provide a multilevel view of organizational health literacy and explore the impact on oral health of legal requirements to provide language access services to people with limited English proficiency. An overview of a collaboration between UCLA and Sesame Street to improve children’s health is also presented.
“This Journal issue offers rich perspectives on the intersection of health literacy, health equity and oral health, along with concrete action steps and useful resources our readers can use to effect change in their practices and organizations,” said Kerry K. Carney, DDS, editor-in-chief of the CDA Journal.
Articles in this issue include:
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About the California Dental Association
The California Dental Association is the nonprofit organization representing organized dentistry in California. Founded in 1870, CDA is committed to the success of our members in service to their patients and the public. CDA also contributes to the oral health of Californians through various comprehensive programs and advocacy. CDA’s membership consists of more than 27,000 dentists, making it the largest constituent of the American Dental Association. For more information, visit cda.org.
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