National Oral Health Plan 2004–2013
Healthy Mouths Healthy Lives
Healthy Mouths Healthy Lives: Australia’s National Oral Health Plan 2004–2013 has been prepared by the National Advisory Committee on Oral Health (NACOH), established by the Australian Health Ministers’ Conference in August 2001, and comprising representatives from the Commonwealth, State and Territory governments, professional and consumer groups, and academic and educational bodies.
Healthy Mouths Healthy Lives builds on the work of the AHMAC Steering Committee for National Planning for Oral Health, which released Oral health of Australians: National planning for oral health improvement: Final report in 2001.
It also draws substantially on the work documented in National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander oral health workshop: Workshop report and action plan, released in 2003 by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing.
Working papers prepared by the Centre for the Monitoring Group
- Key Process and Outcome Performance Indicators Baseline report circa 2002
- Key Process and Outcome Performance Indicators First follow-up report 2002-2005
- Key Process and Outcome Performance Indicators Second follow-up report 2002-2008
Workshop on Monitoring of Australia’s National Oral Health Plan
17–18 September 2009, Adelaide