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Written specifically for dental hygienists, this comprehensive textbook covers concepts, issues, techniques, and methods related to dental public health. It focuses on the assessment of factors that affect oral health of populations and the development of policy in response to a population's needs. It also provides information regarding the active promotion of oral health maintenance. This text is unique in that it applies the Dental Hygiene Process of Care - a globally accepted, foundational concept in clinical care for dental hygienists - to the subject of dental public health, lending it greater relevance and familiarity to dental hygiene students. In addition, the text is based on the American Association of Dental Educators' Competencies for Dental Hygienists. A chapter on National Board Preparation, including Board-style review questions, prepares students for the national exam. Review questions and learning activities are also incorporated into each chapter.
Table of Contents
|Introduction To Dental Public Health|
|History and Principles of Dental Public Health||p. 2|
|Trends in Dental Public Health||p. 15|
|Global Perspectives in Oral Health Care||p. 31|
|Professional Opportunities in Dental Public Health||p. 40|
|Program Planning and Evaluation|
|Effective Community Programs||p. 68|
|Planning for Community Programs||p. 81|
|Program Evaluation||p. 95|
|Health Promotion and Oral Health Education|
|Oral Health Promotion||p. 108|
|Community Oral Health Education||p. 131|
|Developing Educational Materials||p. 151|
|Epidemiology And Research|
|Concepts in Epidemiology||p. 178|
|Applying Epidemiology in Public Health Practice: Oral Health Surveillance||p. 192|
|Oral Disease Patterns in the United States||p. 204|
|Scientific Communication||p. 249|
|Ethics and The Law In Public Health Practice|
|Ethical Principles||p. 266|
|Legal Principles||p. 288|
|National Board Success|
|National Board Success||p. 310|
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