Paper: A Consensus-Based Set of Measures for Oral Health Care

The ADVOCATE team published a paper in the Journal of Dental Research titled A Consensus-Based Set of Measures for Oral Health Care

This study aimed to establish measures of oral health for transparent and explicit reporting of routine data to facilitate more patient-centered and prevention-oriented oral health care. To accomplish this, an intermediate objective was to develop a comprehensive list of topics that a range of stakeholders would perceive as valid, important, and relevant for describing oral health and oral health care.

Read the abstract and full article here:

Baadoudi, F., Trescher, A., Duijster, D., Maskrey, N., Gabel, F., Van der Heijden, G. J., & Listl, S. (2017). A Consensus-Based Set of Measures for Oral Health Care. J Dent Res, 96(8) 881–887. doi:10.1177/0022034517702331