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Oral Health Advisory Panel

The Oral Health advisory Panel released the report titled 'Oral Health and General Health in Australia' in July 2015. This covers topics such as tooth decay in the life stages, gum disease and oral health and self esteem.

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The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)

AIHW (2011). Oral health Practitioners in Australian 2006:Link to external website Research report series no. 49. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. [DEN 201]

AIHW (2011). Oral health Practitioner Labour Force Projections, 2006–2025: Research report series no. 52. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. [DEN 209]

AIHW (2011). Dental Decay among Australian Children:Link to external website Research report series no. 53. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. [DEN 210]

AIHW (2011). Changes in Child Toothbrushing Over TimeLink to external website : Research report series no. 54. Canberra: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. [DEN 211]

AIHW (2011). Visits Supplied in Dental Practice in AustraliaLink to external website : Research report series no. 55. Canberra, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. [DEN 212]

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has released a  report on 17th March 2009 - Geographic variation in oral health and use of dental services in the Australian population 2004-06 - AIHW catalogue number (DEN 188).

There is a media releaseLink to external website and reportLink to external website .

Willis, A. and Maguire, A., Oral Health Support for Adults with Diabetes Mellitus, Project Completion Report, September 2010.

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Royal Flying Doctor Service

In September 2015 the RFDS published a report titled "Closing the Gap: disparities in oral health access and outcomes in major cities and remote and rural Australia". This report outlines the disparity in oral health and oral health services between regional/remote and metropolitan areas.

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Irish Oral Health Services Guideline Initiative

The Irish Oral Health Services Guidelines InitiativeLink to external website aims to provide evidence based guidelines for those involved in planning dental services. The guidelines are currently available in the following topics:

  • Strategies to prevent dental caries in children and Adolescents
  • Topical fluorides and 
  • Pit and fissure sealants

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Oral Health Promotion Clearinghouse Unit
Address

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Adelaide Dental School 
Level 9, Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences building 
The University of Adelaide
SA 5005 AUSTRALIA

Contact

T: +61 8 8313 3291 
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