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Effectiveness of an oral health education seminar for paediatric and family medicine residents.

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Summary of "Effectiveness of an oral health education seminar for paediatric and family medicine residents."

To assess the immediate effect of a 60-minute oral health educational seminar for paediatric and family medicine residents in improving their knowledge, attitude, likelihoodtowards incorporating oral health preventive practice in their current practices to well-child visits, and confidence in identifying and referring patients with dental trauma.

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Name: European journal of paediatric dentistry : official journal of European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry
ISSN: 1591-996X
Pages: 221-225

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