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by Bonnie Zavon |
Wednesday, April 17, 2013

The American Dental Hygienists' Association (ADHA) is pleased to announce that the Journal of Dental Hygiene (JDH) has launched on the HighWire Open Platform.

The Journal of Dental Hygiene is the premier, peer-reviewed scientific research publication for dental hygienists. Starting in 2013, as part of the transition to HighWire, JDH will begin publishing six issues per year. http://jdh.adha.org

"Our members have asked for a more connected Journal experience. They need to be able to read the latest dental hygiene research anytime, anywhere. And with HighWire, we have found just that," said Josh Snyder, ADHA Staff Editor. "HighWire offers us a stable, always-on service, allowing our members to better utilize JDH online. Working with the HighWire team on this project has been a great experience for me; the transition went smoothly, and I am really excited to share this with all of our members."

"We look forward to sharing our long standing record of innovations and insights in online publishing with the ADHA, so that they can continue to serve their readers," said Tom Rump, HighWire's Managing Director. "The versatility and flexibility of the HighWire Open Platform will be instrumental in allowing the ASHA to achieve their goals."

About American Dental Hygienists' Association (ADHA)
The ADHA believes in helping dental hygienists achieve their full potential as they seek to improve the public's oral health. The Journal of Dental Hygiene is the premier, peer-reviewed scientific research publication for dental hygienists. In each issue, ADHA members will find articles that help them stay up-to-date on the latest research and make evidence-based treatment decisions. http://jdh.adha.org

About HighWire Press
At the forefront of strategic scholarly publishing, HighWire Press provides the latest in digital content development and hosting solutions to the scholarly community through its ground-breaking HighWire Open Platform. A division of the Stanford University Libraries, HighWire partners with influential societies university presses, and other independent publishers, sharing ideas and innovations in publishing, and producing definitive online versions of high-impact, peer-reviewed journals, books, reference works, and other scholarly content. Since its inception in 1995, HighWire has embodied a commitment to helping publishers disseminate their content to the widest possible audience, provided superior innovation, integration and insights to advance and facilitate the research communication process from within the scholarly community to meet the ever-changing needs of today's online and mobile readers.  highwire.stanford.edu  |  Twitter: @highwirepress

 

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