December 2012

Volume 29, Issue 4

Dental Public Health in Action - Maintaining a survey programme during structural change

Authors: D. Tabari
doi: 10.1922/CDH_3012Tabari03

Abstract

To be effective dental public health practitioners often have to work in partnership with other agencies and use their skills of persuasion to bring about positive influences to improve oral health. This paper reports an instance where these competencies were successfully applied to bring about synergistic results. Key words: health surveys, questionnaires, epidemiologic methods, schools, refusal to participate

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