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Dr. ZZ – Sarawak, Malaysia
Thank you for the great presentation! God bless!
Thank you all
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Thank you all for your input and info. I’d love to be able to collaborate somehow
More.researches are required but they are mitigated in countries like Nigeria cos.of.lack of funds.there is little people can do with personal funds to facilitate studies
Indeed and agree “cease this moment “. Thank you for this webinar ?
Agree. Research in relation to the role of oral health in overall health and wellbeing (mental health in particular) is if fundamental importance. This can then feed into advocacy.
Great presentation !!!
Interprofessional education and Interprofessional collaboration will go a long way in reaching our oral health goals this decade.
Best wishes and warm regards,
Thank You FDI
Great session and discussion as well ! Thanks a lot FDI.
How do we know the resolutions developed can be monitored and we are in the right path?
Thanks for presentation.
lets be honest – national dental associations are in a conflict of interest as they see themselves as representing DENTISTS, not prevention, communities, OH strategies etc
Thank you Dr. Seeberger. In Spain for example, national dental orgs are fragmented so advocacy through them is difficult
If people don’t listen to use should we engaged designers and comms experts to design powerful regular campaigns and Govs financing those?
El tema es sumamente interesante y con muchos puntos de vista por revisar y abordar, la estrategia parece bien y cómo incorporar a cada país Saludos desde la CDMX México
There is a need to change our focus from teeth to general health and the relationship between oral health and general health. What do the panelists feel? Thks for very good presentations.
What public policies are required to build oral health prevention strategies focused on behaviors instead of actions? considering that many NCDs (Tobacco, Diabetes, etc) are interrelated
each other, thus eventually include non dental professionals to help to control. Thanks
How can we go about building capacity among nondental professionals in an effort to integrate oral health as part of NCDs?
Great presentation. In terms of community engagements, can Nina share experiences of working around the influence of large multinational companies who produce high sugar products on political leadership to ensure no legislation can be enacted to control the use of their products by the population.
What and how can we help reinstate the oral health care in Afghanistan?
Global strategy needs translating to a national level by empowering the workforce focusing on prevention-dental hygienists. Could adding prescription rights help?
How do you expect to give the best quality services when the cost of material & equipment is skyrocketing specially in developing countries
Dr Manu Mathur
Thank you for the presentation. I would like to ask how best can we try and solve the issue of more dental practitioners being interested in working in urban areas vs rural. I currently work in rural Zimbabwe and I would appreciate some ideas to address the human resource challenge.
How can a dentist become an advocate or join support groups on NCD in his community
How to address oral health disparities among huge Indian population with financial constraints
Hello everyone , Dr Oduyemi from Nigeria. Are there any programs for developing countries like mine
It looks as if empowering the workforce of dental hygienists and therapist are actually key in taking action towards a global strategy. What steps are being taken in that respect so far?
Thank you for the presentations.
How we could integrate better the role of oral health policies in tobacco control policies?
Is it the lack of research in indian context on impact of oral health on quality of life deferring in execution of oral health policy in India
Great session. Happy to see how the contribution of @NCDAlliance since Sharjah 2017 has beeen very useful
Thank you for the presentations
Also The WHO Resolution is Very Important but it is Not a Solution. The Implementation Depends from the Economic Strength of the Country. How To Include Oral HC within the Universal HC With No Money in Gov. Budget??
How can conservative and complacent DENTAL ASSOCIATIONS be encouraged to become more proactive in order to realize oral health for all?
How can one access financial support on oral health research in association with NCDs
What advocacies of the NCD can be easily adapted by Dental Councils in southeast asian countries like the Philippines?
Following the COVID-19 since March 2020, school oral health service all over the world has been suspended or reduced in capacity. How should we approach or embark paradigm shift in delivering oral health children to our school children in addition to strengthened oral health promotion? Thank you.
Slow Oral health integration in Africa is a major concern,what’s FDI and WHO strategy to promote oral health in this continent esp on intervention at government level.The rural urban ratio of oral health personnel is something to look into
From Prof. Bedros Yavru-Sakuk
Why it took So Long for such Resolution?Why Only Now That WHO is Considering Seriously Oral Health and the Burden of Oral Disease Worldwide as Important Part of NCDs and General Health at Large ?
How can a dentist from his private clinic, participate in the program of oral health resulotion?
What startegies are you going to implement regarding tobacco and alco hol control in your country ?..Thank you and stay safe everyone…
Oral Diseases as well remains unintegrated in the NCD Category. What do you remains as the biggest hindrance to this issue?
Hi! From North Borneo Malaysia
Thank you for the webinar
How do you suggest developing and underdeveloped countries catch up with industrialized countries in terms of making DENTAL SERVICES accessible to all? I was a Migrant Worker in the UAE for 12 years and I’ve seen the disparity of accessing quality oral care amongst the diverse population.
Greetings from Tanzania, Dr Msafiri kabulwa
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Magnifico seminario. Dr Rogelio Álvarez Marín. Sevilla. España.
Greetings from Mauritius. ACF.
Hello from India?
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Hello from Abu Dhabi, Dr. Shaikh
Greetings from Sarawak, Malaysia
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Hello from Malaysia
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Hope a great session. Hugs from Chile
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Hello From Yerevan-Armenia
Prof. Bedros Tavru-Sakuk
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Hello everyone. Nk Obi from Nigeria (SMILE TRAIN)
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