- Fausto Mendes, University of São Paulo
- Mike V Morgan, The University of Melbourne
- Peter Robinson, University of Sheffield
- Anton Sculean, Universität Bern
- Hidenobu Senpuku, National Institute of Infectious Diseases
- Magdalena Morawska, BioMed Central
As childhood caries in pre-school refugee children are high, a better understanding of the refugee experience and cross-cultural communication should become the basis for an improved service and access to dental care for this vulnerable group.
Translating knowledge into action is never easy; in order to improve public knowledge on periodontal disease in developing countries, researchers reach for mass media and cartoons.
As cost of education rise, educational debt starts to play a major role in affecting career choices of dental students, potentially pushing them towards going into private practice immediately after graduation rather than pursuing further specialization.
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