Prof James Nazroo discusses health and social inequalities in later life at the International Centre for Oral Health Inequalities Research and Policy (ICOHIRP) Launch Conference.
Prof Watt discusses US & English national oral health surveys on the BMJ Talk Medicine
Yusuf, H., Tsakos, G., Ntouva, A., Murphy, M., Porter, J., Newton, T., Watt, R.G. (2015). Differences by age and sex in general dental practitioners' knowledge, attitudes and behaviours in delivering prevention. BRITISH DENTAL JOURNAL, 219 (6), 264-265. doi:10.1038/sj.bdj.2015.725
The International Centre for Oral Health Inequalities Research & Policy (ICOHIRP) have published the Social inequalities in oral health: evidence to action Monograph. Available to download on-line.
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