The 2013 National Oral Health Conference (NOHC) will focus on topics related to scientific research, community-based interventions, workforce issues, epidemiology of oral diseases, oral health disparities, oral health policy, oral health promotion and program evaluation.
NOHC)will offer scientific sessions in a variety of formats including large plenary sessions, smaller concurrent panel and oral sessions, posters, pre-conference workshops and symposia, and roundtable luncheons. Sessions will focus
on issues and topics relevant to research, policy, education, community-based care, highlighting how all these areas of public health integrate toward achieving “optimal oral health” for the nation’s population.
This conference is designed for dentists, dental hygienists, health researchers, dental/health educators, legislators, public health officials, Medicaid/CHIP dental program staff or consultants, state/territorial dental directors, county/city/local dental directors, community health center personnel, students, federally-employed dental personnel, as well as dental manufacturers/distributors and dental insurance companies–in short, anyone interested in collaborating to improve the oral health of the public.
Please click here for the conference brochure and agenda.