The Northwest Oral Health Network Meeting - Oral Health in Action (NW231206A)

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Presentation slides George KitsarasPresentation Yvonne Dailey

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SubjectOral Health
DescriptionThis webinar will provide an overview of oral health behaviour change and Dental Public Health in action.
Additional information

Registration from 12.45pm

An MS Teams invitation will be sent no later than Tuesday 5th December, please check your spam/junk emails.


Please log in from 12:45 to ensure you are ready for the session to begin promptly at 1pm

This session is aimed at those working in oral health promotion and education.

This course is free of charge to members of The North West Oral Health Network.

To become a member of the Network please contact Cecilia Jaques on 01257 245409 or via email at 

VenueMS Teams, Webinar  View details
Date & timeWednesday 6 December 2023, 13:00 to 15:00
LecturersDr Yvonne Dailey & Dr George Kitsaras  View details
Target audience

Recommended to all

Development outcomeC
Course styleLecture
Core topic Not a core topic
Catering None
CPD hours2:00
CostNo charge

Dental Public Health in action- Influence to Integrate

To describe how oral health can be integrated within system strategies for improving general health

Oral health behaviour change

To increase awareness on the importance of behavioural science


Dental Public Health in action- Influence to Integrate


  • describe the current NW regional structures for reducing health inequalities and NHS prevention programmes
  • provide an overview of NHS CORE 20 plus 5 programme
  • provide an overview of the NW regional dental public health function

Oral health behaviour change

To consider behaviour change, the importance of social environment and key considerations for practice

Learning outcomes

Dental Public Health in action- Influence to Integrate

Delegates will be able to 

  • identify the current NW programmes for prevention and reducing health inequalities
  • describe how the dental public health programmes support wider systems to reduce oral health inequalities
  • recognise the importance of CORE 20plus 5 for improving oral health

Oral health behaviour change

Delegates will be able to identify key behavioural science theories/techniques.