The Joint Commission on National Dental Examinations (JCNDE) in collaboration with the ADA's Department of Testing Services have recorded webinars covering information on the newest exams.
The Integrated National Board Dental Examination (INBDE)
Listen to a recording of the webinar below, which was held Wednesday, April 7, or download and view the INBDE Update (PDF) slide presentation.
INBDE Webinar Recording
The Dental Licensure Objective Structured Clinical Examination (DLOSCE)
The JCNDE and the Department of Testing Services provide a full update on this new and exciting examination program, and the research evidence that supports its use for licensure purposes in fulfillment of boards’ clinical examination requirement. The DLOSCE webinar recording from April 14 is available below.
DLOSCE Webinar Recording
Presentation on the National Board Examinations:
The Joint Commission presents updated information on the National Dental Board Examinations at the American Dental Education Association (ADEA) Annual Meetings. The most recent Power Point Presentations can be downloaded below. They include, but are not limited to topics such as trends in examination volume and candidate performance as well as updates on the NBDE Part II, the NBDHE and the Integrated National Board Dental Examination (INBDE).
The presentation below highlights the various JCNDE examinations, details information on the INBDE and provides test administration updates.
Download the following presentation and find updates on the national board dental examinations, the purpose of the National Dental Examiner's Advisory Forum (NDEAF) and information on the JCNDE and its activities.
The following presentation to the State Dental Board Forum (SDBF) provides an overview of the JCNDE's strategic initiatives, including updates on the INBDE, the DLOSCE and the JCNDE's response to COVID-19.
The presentation below provides information on the cost of cheating and is focused on these objectives: (1) What Constitutes Fraud and Cheating; (2) Potential Long-Term Consequences and (3) Understanding the Appeals Process