CJDH Research Award
The Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene (CJDH) Research Award celebrates outstanding scholarship and the important role of Canadian dental hygiene research in building the knowledge base and guiding the practice of the dental hygiene profession. This annual award is given in two categories: the best original research article and the best literature review published in the journal in the previous volume year. All eligible articles are evaluated by a panel of three experts selected by the journal’s scientific editor. The winning authors and articles are announced formally in the October issue of CJDH, and the awards are presented at the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association’s biennial national conference.
The winners of the 2022 CJDH Research Award for best original research article are Iris Lin, Denise M Laronde, Lewei Zhang, Miriam P Rosin, Ilena Yim, and Leigha D Rock for their article, “Basement membrane degeneration is common in lichenoid mucositis with dysplasia,” published in the February 2021 issue of the journal (Can J Dent Hyg 2021;55:9–16).
The winners of the 2022 CJDH Research Award for best literature review are Kelsey Henneberry, Shannon Hilland, and S Kimberly Haslam for their article, “Are dental hygienists at risk for noise-induced hearing loss? A literature review,” published in the June 2021 issue of the journal (Can J Dent Hyg 2021;55:110–119).
Past CJDH Research Award winners
- Best original research article—2021: Feng I, Brondani M, Bedos C, Donnelly L. Access to oral health care for people living with HIV/AIDS attending a community-based program. Can J Dent Hyg. 2020;54:7–15.
- Best literature review—2021: La Chimea T, Kanji Z, Schmitz S. Assessment of clinical competence in competency-based education. Can J Dent Hyg. 2020;54:83–91.
- Best original research article — 2020: Sunell S, Laronde DM, Kanji Z. Graduating dental hygiene students’ attainment of the CDHA baccalaureate competencies: Students’ self-ratings. Can J Dent Hyg. 2019;53(2):100–109.
- Best literature review—2020: Haslam K, Doucette H, Hachey S, MacCallum T, Zwicker D, Smith Brillant M, Gilbert R. YouTube videos as health decision aids for the public: An integrative review. Can J Dent Hyg. 2019;53(1):53–66.
- Best original research article — 2019: Thawer S, Shi C, Weijs C, McLaren L. Exploring reported dental hygiene practice adaptations in response to water fluoridation status. Can J Dent Hyg. 2018;52(2):110–21.
- Best literature review — 2019: Belinski DE, Kanji Z. Intersections between clinical dental hygiene education and perceived practice barriers . Can J Dent Hyg. 2018;52(2):132–39.
- Best original research article — 2018: Asadoorian J, Botbyl D, Goulding MJ. Ultrasonic instrumentation instruction in Canadian dental hygiene programs: Perspectives of program directors on curricular elements. Can J Dent Hyg. 2017;51(1):7–15.
- Best literature review — 2018: VanMalsen J, Compton SM. Effectiveness of early pediatric dental homes: A scoping review . Can J Dent Hyg. 2017;51(1):23–29.
- Best original research article — 2017: Farmer J, McLeod L, Siddiqi A, Ravaghi V, Quiñonez C. Examining changes in income-related oral health inequality in Canada: A population-level perspective. Can J Dent Hyg. 2016;50(2):65–71.
- Best literature review — 2017: Morris JE, Kanji Z. Exploring how the quality of the client-dental hygienist relationship affects client compliance. Can J Dent Hyg. 2016;50(1):15–22.
- Best original research article — 2016: Sunell S, Asadoorian J, Gadbury-Amyot CC, Biggar HC. Competencies for Canadian baccalaureate dental hygiene education: A Delphi study, Part 2.Can J Dent Hyg . 2015;49(3):101–114.
- Best literature review — 2016: Cavin EL. Culturally safe oral health care for Aboriginal peoples in Canada.Can J Dent Hyg. 2015;49(1):21–28.
- Best original research article — 2015: Schroth RJ, Wilson A, Prowse S, Edwards JM, Gojda J, Sarson J, Harms L, Hai-Santiago K, Moffatt MEK. Looking back to move forward: Understanding service provider, parent, and caregiver views on early childhood oral health promotion in Manitoba, Canada.Can J Dent Hyg. 2014;48(3):99‒108.
- Best literature review — 2015: Khan A, Laronde DM. Waterpipe smoking: A “healthy” alternative to cigarettes or a health hazard in disguise?Can J Dent Hyg. 2014;48(1):27‒33.
- CJDH Outstanding Research Award 2013: Susanne Sunell, Rae McFarlane, and Heather C Biggar
- CJDH Outstanding Research Award 2012: Joanna Asadoorian
- CJDH Outstanding Research Award 2011: Laura Dempster
- CJDH Outstanding Research Award 2010: Zul Kanji, Susanne Sunell, Geertje Boschma, Pauline Imai, and Bonnie J. Craig