Tutorial: Oral Public Health

Category: Tutorial Dates - Other

Date: September 19th 2019 10:00am until 4:30pm

Location: Potter room Coaver Club Matford Lane Exeter Devon EX2 4PS

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These tutorials are open to Public Health Specialty Registrars on the South West Public Health Training Programme only.

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VenuePotter Room, Coaver Club, Exeter 


Time: 1000 - 1630 





1010 - 1015 

Introduction: Sam Hayward 

1015 - 1145 

Session 1Reena Patel, Dental Public Health Specialty Registrar, Public Health England 

  • Oral health and general health and wellbeing 

  • Commissioning streams 

  • Oral health promotion   

  • Signposting to data / resources 

1145 - 1200 


1200 – 1315 

Session 2 

Reena PatelDental Public Health Specialty Registrar Public Health England 


Zoë Allen, Academic Clinical Fellow and Specialty Registrar 

in Dental Public Health 


  • Overview of current dental public health projects in South West 

1315 – 1400 


1400 - 1500 

Business meeting

1500 - 1515 


1515 - 1630 

Session 3: Emily Hutt, Health Promotion Manager, Somerset County Council   

  • Oral health quiz 

  • Local authority oral health data  

  • Strategy/action plan in developmentlocal networks and scrutiny 

  • Key work streams 


Suggested learning outcomes 

5.1 Influence or build healthy public policies across agencies, demonstrating an awareness of different social, cultural and religious perspectives that may influence health. 

5.2 Be an advocate for public health principles and action to improve the health of the population or subgroup. 

5.3 Influence community actions, by working with and empowering communities using participatory, engagement or asset-based approaches. 

5.4 Develop a strategy that applies theoretical models of change in order to enable individuals to improve their health. 

5.5 Influence local services to be health promoting. 

5.6 Influence the planning, commissioning and evaluation of specific health improvement programmes and preventative services. 


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