Published on in Vol 11 , No 8 (2022) :August

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/38386, first published .
The Pragmatic Return to Effective Dental Infection Control Through Triage and Testing (PREDICT) Study: Protocol for a Prospective Clinical Study in the National Dental Practice–Based Research Network

The Pragmatic Return to Effective Dental Infection Control Through Triage and Testing (PREDICT) Study: Protocol for a Prospective Clinical Study in the National Dental Practice–Based Research Network

The Pragmatic Return to Effective Dental Infection Control Through Triage and Testing (PREDICT) Study: Protocol for a Prospective Clinical Study in the National Dental Practice–Based Research Network

Janine Fredericks-Younger 1 , DMD ;   Daniel H Fine 1 , DMD ;   Gayathri Subramanian 1 , PhD, DMD ;   Modupe O Coker 1 , BDS, MPH, PhD ;   Cyril Meyerowitz 2 , MS, DDS ;   Patricia Ragusa 2 , BFA ;   Veerasathpurush Allareddy 3 , BDS, PhD ;   Mary Ann McBurnie 4 , PhD ;   Ellen Funkhouser 5 , Dr PH ;   Maria Laura Gennaro 6 , MSc, MD ;   Cecile A Feldman 1 , MBA, DMD

1 School of Dental Medicine , Rutgers University , Newark , NJ , US

2 Eastman Institute for Oral Health , University of Rochester , Rochester , NY , US

3 Department of Orthodontics , College of Dentistry , University of Illinois at Chicago , Chicago , IL , US

4 Center for Health Research , Kaiser Permanente Northwest , Portland , OR , US

5 Department of Medicine , University of Alabama , Birmingham , AL , US

6 Public Health Research Institute , New Jersey Medical School , Rutgers University , Newark , NJ , US

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