Korean | English

pISSN : 2287-1705 / eISSN : 2288-2294

2020 KCI Impact Factor : 1.08
Aims & Scope
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Aims and Scope Journal of Korean Society of Dental Hygiene is published using an open access publication model. The aim of Journal of Korean Society of Dental Hygiene is to provide a professional and scientific knowledge in the field of oral health and dental hygiene. The ultimate goal of journal of Korean Society of Dental Hygiene is to develop improving the clinical field and community with evidence-based practices to promote the oral health. The journal welcomes original research, reviews and case reports on dental hygiene theory, practice, education, and administration. About the journal          Journal of Korean Society of Dental Hygiene is the official journal of the Korean Society of Dental Hygiene. Abbreviated title is 'J Korean Soc Dent Hyg'. It was launched in 2000 'J Korean Acad Dental Hygiene Education'. The English title 'The Journal of Korean Society of Dental Hygiene' was changed in 2010(Vol.10, No.3). Journal of Korean Society of Dental Hygiene is a peer-reviewed, research journal devoted to publication of a wide range of research that will inform the practice of dental hygiene. The editors invite creative research papers in dental hygiene theory, practice, education, and administration. This journal is published 6 times per year (February, April, June, August, October, and December). Full texts both in XML and PDF are freely available from http://www.jksdh.or.kr. Open access will be available from 2001 issue (Vol.1, No.1). All manuscripts must be submitted online through the JKSDH e-submission system at http://submission.jksdh.or.kr:8080/admin/login_new.php. Other correspondences can be sent to the Korean Society of Dental Hygiene (Tel: +82-62-950-3845, Fax: +82-62-950-3841, E-mail: oraleducation@hanmail.net). pISSN (Print) 2287-1705 eISSN (Online) 2288-2294
Editor-in-Chief
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Young-Eun Lee

(Daegu Health College)

Citation Index
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  • KCI IF(2yr) : 1.08
  • KCI IF(5yr) : 0.93
  • Centrality Index(3yr) : 1.122
  • Immediacy Index : 0.3068

Current Issue : 2022, Vol.22, No.2

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  • Development and evaluation of problem-based learning module in clinical dental hygiene

    Jin Sun Choi | Soo Myoung Bae | Sun Jung Shin and 2other persons | 2022, 22(2) | pp.81~92 | number of Cited : 0
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    Objectives: The purpose of this study was to evaluate learners’ satisfaction with operating Problem-Based Learning (PBL), competency level for dental hygiene, and learners’ opinions through a reflection journal by developing a PBL class module and applying it to clinical dental hygiene classes. Methods: The subjects of the study were 31 students in the Clinical Dental Hygiene (oral health management for special patients) course in the second semester of the fourth grade. This study was conducted over the first semester from September to December 2020. The developed PBL learning module was applied for the 15 weeks class, and after all PBL classes were over, the overall satisfaction with the class and the change in student competency level was evaluated. Results: The overall satisfaction of learners with PBL was high, and the level of self-competence also increased compared to before class. In addition, the top three topics (Competencies learned through PBL, humanistic and sociological elements learned through PBL, and obstacles in the PBL) were derived through the reflection journal after PBL learning activities. Conclusions: It was confirmed that the PBL learning module developed in this study is a class that enables students to identify problems and solve them integrally and drives the improvement of humanities and sociological competencies.
  • Development of evaluation criteria for dental hygiene intra-school clinical practice operation using CIPP evaluation model

    Mi Hwa Jang | 2022, 22(2) | pp.93~105 | number of Cited : 0
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    Objectives: The purpose of this study was to develop operation management evaluation standards for efficient operation of practical courses conducted on campus and to verify validity and reliability. Methods: The draft evaluation criteria of this study were derived based on the CIPP program evaluation model, in order to verify the validity of the content, the Delphi survey was conducted targeting 30 dental hygiene professors and clinical field dental hygienists who had been in charge of practical education for more than 5 years. Main survey was conducted with 252 professors and clinical field dental hygienists in charge of practical education. Results: Through exploratory factor analysis, a total of 36 questions were confirmed with 7 factors. As a result of verifying the internal consistency of the final evaluation criteria, the degree of internal fit of the items in the entire domain was 0.914. Conclusions: According to the above results, the validity and reliability of the evaluation criteria for evaluating the operation and management of in-school clinical practice were verified to be appropriate, and it is thought that it can be used in follow-up studies related to the operation and management of the practice course in the future.
  • The effects of dietary protein intake and quality on periodontal disease in Korean adults

    황수연 | 박정은 | 2022, 22(2) | pp.107~115 | number of Cited : 0
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    Objectives: This study aimed to examine the effects of dietary protein intake and quality on periodontal disease in Korean adults. Methods: The data used for analysis were obtained from the 7th Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (2016-2018). Data were analyzed using chi-square and t-test. Additionally, multiple logistic regression analysis was performed to assess the association between dietary protein intake and quality and periodontal disease. Statistical significance level was set at <0.05. Results: Multiple logistic regression analysis of dietary protein intake and periodontal disease in the model adjusted for socioeconomic factors showed that were significantly related to the Q1 (odds ratio [OR]: 1.18, 95% confidence interval [CI]: 1.01- 1.39). However, this correlation was not significant in the model in which all variables were corrected. Moreover, analysis of the dietary protein quality and periodontal disease in model 4, which was adjusted for socioeconomic variables, showed that were significantly related to the low score (OR: 1.13, 95% CI: 1.00-1.27). Conclusions: The results showed a significant association between periodontal disease and poor intake and quality of dietary protein in the Korean adult population.
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