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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Crocodile smiles 2

 

Overview

Crocodile smiles 2 was a program that aimed to improve the oral health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Cape York and Cairns Health Service Districts in Queensland. Through a partnership between oral health staff, community members, Indigenous Health Workers and other allied health workers, a whole-of-population approach was developed to address the poor oral health status of children in these communities.

The program aimed 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: 13 April 2016
 
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