TAG: oral disease
A development and validation of a Vietnamese translated version of the OHIP
An investigation of the type of dental problems treated by dentists and the impact that those dental problems have on patients. The Burden of Oral Disease Study was collected from South Australia dentists and their patients using a two-stage sampling approach in 2001-02. Dentists provided data on the oral health status and diagnosis of dental […]
This project aims to determine the burden of oral diseases and disorders for the Australian population, paying particular attention to the quantification of both the mortality and the morbidity components of oral health with the use of revised methodologies for the estimation of prevalence, incidence, duration and disability weights for each of the oral and […]
This project aims to compare the dietary intake of specific nutrients of people with varying numbers of natural teeth and whether chewing ability mediates the relationship between dentition status and nutrient intake. This research is based on a sub-sample drawn from NSAOH. The aims of this ‘nested’ cross-sectional epidemiological study are to compare the dietary […]
This study aims to find what dental services improve health related quality of life. The study will utilise the National Survey of Adult Oral Health (NSAOH) Tasmanian component, and a questionnaire after 12 months.
Professor Slade serves on an expert panel convened by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to develop methods for monitoring periodontal health in the US population through the US Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. CDC has contracted ARCPOH to evaluate validity of six telephone interview questions through the 2004/06 National Survey of […]