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Program Highlights: Students will provide direct patient care whichi allows them to transition from an educational clinical setting to a "real-life" practice. Excursions incorporate the history of Navajo Indians, the respect the natives hold for their land and Indian cuisine.
DHYG 4462: Under the guidance of the course coordinator, the dental hygiene intern will experience real life learning at the Navajo Indian Health Care Center, serving the Navajo Native Americans. The intern will become a fully integrated member of that organization. It is the intent of this course to impact the students' understanding of the needs of the undeserved and take an active role in addressing one of their current needs.
DHYG 4468: This course provides the student with the opportunity to design a research protocol fr a selected area of dental hygiene research or
to undertake an in depth exploration of a selected area of dental hygiene practice.
Program Dates: June 10 - 22, 2018
Program Fee: $5,600