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Centre for Research Excellence in Primary Oral health Care

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Centre for Research Excellence in Primary Oral health Care

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  1. Centre for Research Excellence in Primary Oral health Care A/Prof David Brennan Dr Len Crocombe Prof Kaye Roberts-Thomson A/Prof Tony Barnett Prof Linda Slack-Smith A/Prof Erica Bell The research reported in this presentation is a project the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute, which is supported under the Australian Government’s Primary Health Care Research, Evaluation and Development Strategy. The information and opinions contained in it do not necessarily reflect the views or policy of the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute or the Department of Health and Ageing.

  2. Outline of research program Theme 1: Successful aging and oral health • Community based trial: Medical GP assessment of need for dental care. • Incorporating dental professionals into aged care facilities.

  3. Outline of research program Theme 2: Rural oral health • Dental practitioners: Rural work movements • Relationship of dental practitioners to rural primary care networks • Oral health policy: International policy implications for Australia

  4. Outline of research program Theme 3:Indigenous oral health • Why Aboriginal adults who are referred for priority dental care do not take up or complete a course of dental care • Perceptions and beliefs regarding oral health of Aboriginal adults in Perth and key rural centres, Western Australia

  5. Outline of research program Theme 4: The oral health of people with physical & intellectual disabilities. • Community-based Trial: train carers of people with physical and intellectual disabilities then evaluate carers’ knowledge and practices & clinical outcomes for adults with disability

  6. Acknowledgements • We acknowledge the support of our funders the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute. We acknowledge participants and colleagues who support our research in many ways. • The research reported in this presentation is a project of the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute, which is supported under the Australian Government’s Primary Health Care Research, Evaluation and Development Strategy. The information and opinions contained in it do not necessarily reflect the views or policy of the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute or the Department of Health and Ageing.