About the Centre
The Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health is Australia's pre-eminent population oral health research body undertaking dental research and provides a broad range of dental and oral health statistics for Australia.
ARCPOH was established at The University of Adelaide in 2001 to undertake research and research training in population oral health that is internationally recognised to be of the highest quality.
The Centre aims to:
- continue and extend the research program and associated research training that is currently undertaken in Adelaide and with colleagues elsewhere in Australia and overseas
- extend and strengthen collaborative relationships with researchers in Australia and overseas, bringing distinguished and stimulating visitors to Adelaide and generally through ongoing interaction, fostering synergies that will increase the Centre's scholarly output
- attract postgraduate research students of the highest potential
- increase and diversify the financial support for the Centre's research including necessary infrastructure
ARCPOH's stakeholders, in addition to the University, include government agencies, dental organisations, and private corporations. Part of the Adelaide Dental School, the Centre is involved with the academic and research areas of Social and Preventive Dentistry, Oral Epidemiology and Geriatric Dentistry.