September 2020

Volume 37, Issue 3

Editorial: The Spanish Society of Epidemiology and Oral Public Health

Authors: Carmen Trullols Verónica Ausina
doi: 10.1922/CDH_Sept20editorial02

Abstract

In 2019 the Sociedad Española de Epidemiología y Salud Pública Oral (SESPO, The Spanish Society of Epidemiology and Oral Public Health) approached BASCD and EADPH about using Community Dental Health as their official journal. Very pleasant discussions between all parties mean that henceforth, SESPO will translate the abstracts of all papers published in Community Dental Health so that they may be placed on our website. The SESPO website will link to the translated abstracts. As well as promoting access to members of SESPO, we hope that this link will promote stronger links between workers in dental public health across Europe more generally. As well as that, the translations will make Community Dental Health accessible in one of the most spoken languages worldwide.

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