Journal of Dental Education
The Journal of Dental Education (JDE) is a distinguished monthly journal published by the American Dental Education Association. Since 1936, the JDE has provided coverage of the wide variety of scientific and educational research involved in dental and allied dental education. It is particularly influential as the premier publication for academic dentistry,covering topics ranging from the impact on oral health research of recent findings in such areas as genetics and the brain, to innovative testing methodologies, to curriculum reform, to systematic reviews of clinical trials regarding oral, dental, and craniofacial diseases and disorders. The JDE is one of only a few scholarly journals that are publishing the most important work being done in dental education and research today.
All ADEA members have free online access to the complete content of the JDE (including search capability). Members who wish to receive the journal in print pay just $80 per year for a subscription.
Access the JDE Online
Please follow these one-time steps to activate:
1. Log in as an ADEA member.
2. Follow any link from the ADEA website to www.jdentaled.org, where you will access a subscription activation form.
3. Complete the form as indicated.
4. Choose a password.
The JDE Online will remember you the next time you log on. Once setup has been completed, you may also log on at the JDE Online using the username and password you selected during activation.
Add a subscription to the print edition of JDE to your ADEA membership
(You will be prompted to sign in before you are directed to the order form.)
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JDE Online Bonus: Access to 1,000+ journals
The JDE is online through HighWire Press. HighWire hosts more than 1,000 other journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, the Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA), and the Journal of Dental Research (JDR).
A significant bonus to being an ADEA member and JDE reader is what's known as "Inter-Journal Toll-Free Citation Linking." You may find an article in the JDE and want to pursue the references. If the cited articles are from journals hosted on High Wire, you can read the full text even if you are not a subscriber, provided you follow citation links from the JDE.
The converse is also true. Other journals on HighWire are linked with the JDE. So someone reading the New England Journal of Medicine or the Journal of the American Dental Association, for example, would have direct access toJDE articles cited in those journals.