A global perspective of oral health : international health organizations, dental care delivery systems, and oral health goals for the year 2000
Oberweis, Julia A.
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This project is designed to enhance interest in oral health globally. Three international aspects of oral health will be explored. International health organizations involved in the promotion and improvement of oral health globally are described. Dental care delivery systems of countries in various stages of socioeconomic and political development are discussed. The countries examined are China, Japan, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and Venezuela. The “Global Goals for Oral Health in the Year 2000” shared by the World Health Organization and the Federation Dentaire Internationale are presented.
Thesis (M.Sc.)--Boston University, Henry M. Goldman School of Graduate Dentistry, 1991 (Dental Public Health).ix, 115 leaves : ill., mapsIncludes bibliographical references: (leaves 108-115).
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