Nationwide survey of work environment perceptions and dentists' salaries in community health centers

Bolin, Kenneth A.; Shulman, Jay D.
February 2005
Journal of the American Dental Association (JADA);Feb2005, Vol. 136 Issue 2, p214
Academic Journal
Presents the findings of a nationwide survey of dentists' work environment perceptions and salaries in community health centers in the United States. Community health center (CHC) organization; Intentions to remain in the CHC setting; Years of experience; Freedom to exercise professional judgment; Altruistic motivation; Loan repayments; Administrative time.


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