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Drive the JCDA OASIS agenda forward

(Please send us your “burning” clinical questions)  In the response box at the end of this message, please submit the most critical questions relating to your everyday practice. Or, call our toll-free line at 1-855-71-OASIS and submit your questions. Our goal is to have JCDA Expert Panellists answer your questions as quickly as possible and share them through JCDA. We welcome a broad range of questions about diagnosis and treatment, in relation to techniques, materials, instruments, devices or therapeutic agents. We encourage you to send us your questions as they arise. Here are a couple of questions of my own ...

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A great way to showcase excellent clinical content

I believe that this blog site can offer JCDA expert panels, Canadian dental schools, specialty organizations, educational academies, and study clubs an exciting new way to showcase excellent clinical content and invite discussion that can help develop this content further. Dr . Richard Price of Dalhousie University is a JCDA editorial consultant and a renowned dental researcher who takes a great interest in researching and teaching about dental curing lights. He has created a 27-minute YouTube video about light curing that should be of interest to most in the dental community. Through blog posts like this, I believe we can answer ...

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Red carpet for specialities at new JCDA blogs site

As a follow-up to earlier communications, this message is to announce the creation of our new JCDA blogs site: www.jcdablogs.ca.  With this new facility, which will be highlighted on the JCDA.ca site, we initially invite each national dental specialty association to communicate with Canadian dentists and others in a new way. Our hope is to facilitate each of the national speciality associations to communicate about new clinical developments that have an impact on the services offered by Canadian specialists, and about clinically-related issues that are important to specialists and which GPs should be aware of. The style will be less ...

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