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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

Summary of the oral health of Indigenous Australians now available

Date posted: 23 February 2010

A summary of the oral health of Indigenous Australians is now available on the oral health web resource. The content of the summary focuses on caries and periodontal diseases (including their protective and risk factors), edentulism and barriers to good oral health. The summary presents current data and is written in plain language. The authors of the summary include staff from the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health (ARCPOH) and the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet.

In addition to the summary, other information that can be accessed from the oral health section of the website, includes information on relevant policies and strategies, programs and projects, resources, publications, organisations and workforce.


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Last updated: 3 March 2010
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