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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Crocodile smiles 2

 

Overview

Crocodile smiles 2 is an Indigenous-specific program that aims to improve the oral health of Indigenous children in Cape York and Cairns Health Service Districts. Staff involved with the project have partnered with oral health staff, community members, and other allied health workers to develop a whole-of-population approach to address the poor oral health status of children in these communities. The project provides support, advice, strategies, and resources for Indigenous Health Workers (IHWs) and has raises awareness or the oral health requirements of Indigenous children and families.

Crocodile smiles 2 aims to:

Contacts

Oral Health Unit
GPO Box 48
Brisbane QLD 4001
Ph: (07) 3131 6826
Email: Oral_Health@health.qld.gov.au

Related publications

Luhrs J (2008)

Crocodile smiles part 2 - better oral health in Indigenous communities.

intouch; 25(4): 9-10

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Last updated: 5 July 2010
 
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