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Changing Patterns Of Oral Health And Disease

Changing Patterns Of Oral Health And Disease

Changing Patterns Of Oral Health And Disease

Paul Batchelor
Paul Batchelor
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 06 Jun 2018
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Last updated: 05 Dec 2019

Reference: 189597

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Description

This session covers the evolving pattern of oral health and diseases within the UK population. We will examine how these have changed over the years, the variation within society of oral disease and non-clinical measures of oral health.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe how oral health and diseases have changed
• Describe the variation within society of oral disease
• Identify non-clinical measures of oral health
Paul Batchelor

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Paul Batchelor
on behalf of Health Education England

Paul qualified in 1980 from Liverpool University and worked within both the CDS and GDS for several years, during which time he obtained an MCDH from Birmingham and his DDPH. He then moved to London and worked in various academic posts at the Royal London, where he completed his PhD, King’s College London, and UCL. During this time he was awarded an FFGDP. He also holds an FDS and FPHM.

Paul has worked in various capacities for a number of organisations within dentistry including the BDA, the Department of Health, the DPB, the FGDP, the Scottish NHS Executive, and the WHO, as well as several national governments. He has also assisted a number of other bodies on dental matters including the Consumers Association, the Office of Fair Trading and the National Audit Office, and acted as the Advisor to the Health Select Committee on NHS dentistry. He was appointed President of the British Association for the Study of Community Dentistry in April 2004 and currently is the course director of the leadership and management programme in dentistry as well as national research co-ordinator for the Faculty.

Paul is also part of the Module Editorial Team at e-Den, and is co-Module Editor for Module 1 Patient Assessment, and Module 12 Management and Leadership.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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