Though dental hygiene schools are excellent in teaching many valuable skills, our current academic curriculum doesn’t teach many aspects necessary to succeeding and thriving in the REAL RDH life in general.
Why watch this interview? Because it is informative, and some of these true to life experiences can teach us the most important skills that we will use in our RDH lives, with the highest stakes.
⭐ Join me, Claire Jeong, RDH, MS, and Brandi Evans, RDH as we talk about RDH survival skills one must know!
Meet Brandi Hooker Evans, RDH from Idaho, USA. Brandi acquired her formal education from Idaho State University, most recently, a master’s degree in Health Education.
Brandi has served the Idaho Dental Hygienists’ Association as President as well as her local Portneuf Valley Dental Hygiene Society.
She has enjoyed over a decade as a clinician in private practice. Brandi treasured her time as clinical dental hygiene faculty at Idaho State University and served on the ISU Dental Hygiene Advisory Board. Currently, Brandi owns and operates a consulting and continuing education company and works clinically.
Her enthusiasm for the dental profession is contagious and uplifting. Spend some time with her to add delight and expertise to your career! ⭐
We talked about:
- How to excel as dental hygienists
- Things the new grads should know (from her own experience)
- How she is branching out to consulting and education
Hope you enjoyed it!
⭐ Brandi is bubbly, sparkly, and is a mother of many children. She shares her honest story, of her messing it up, and improving. Because dental hygiene school does not give us enough RDH survival skills!
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