TAG: oral health service
This project aims to measure job satisfaction among clinical dentists in Australia so as to identify issues that may influence recruitment and retention of dentists in active clinical practice. Measures of job satisfaction among dentists may help to ameliorate issues impacting on recruitment and retention of dentists in active clinical practice since job satisfaction may […]
Specifically looking at influences of career choice, motivating factors and determining similarities/differences of these factors with BDS/BOH undergraduates.
SOPS is an ADRF funded project which aims to investigate the proportion of patients who receive privately subsidized care (also known as pro bono publico or unreimbursed care) and the value of that care. The data will be collected by mailed questionnaire from private general dentists and will include information on dentist, practice and patient […]
This study measures factors associated with choice of treatment among undergraduates in order to compare timing of treatment choice knowledge with dentists.
NDTIS is a computer-assisted telephone survey of a random sample of the Australian population 5 years and over. The purpose of NDTIS is to collect basic features of oral health and dental care within the Australian population, provide information on the broader parameters of dental health and access to services, monitor the extent of social inequalities […]