September 2016

Volume 33, Issue 3

The teaching of Dental Public Health – 50 years on

Authors: I.G. Chestnutt
doi: 10.1922/CDH_4011-Chestnut04


Abstract: In 1966, James published an article in the British Dental Journal (and reprinted here) which made recommendations on the teaching of dental public health. The following commentary reviews the ideas put forward by James and how these relate to concepts of dental public health in the undergraduate dental curricula of 2016. Key words: public health dentistry, education dental, dental curriculum, history of dentistry

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