Delivering effective oral health messages to parents: smear, supervise, and spit

Deborah Hall, Laura Hall

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    High levels of tooth decay in young children is a major public health concern, especially as oral diseases are largely preventable. Deborah Hall and Laura Hall outline the ways health visitors can actively engage with parents to promote good oral health messages
    Original languageEnglish
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    JournalJournal of Family Health
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2016

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    Mouth Diseases
    Community Health Nurses
    Oral Health
    Tooth
    Public Health
    Parents

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    Delivering effective oral health messages to parents: smear, supervise, and spit. / Hall, Deborah; Hall, Laura.

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