All One Body: Creating Optimal Health Outcomes
Conference proceedings and related resources
Tools for Integration Panel
Oral Health tools for the Non-Dental Provider, Dr Timothy Oh
Oral Health Curriculum & Resources for Non-Dental Health
Smiles For Life: A National Oral Health Curriculum (3rd edition)
For primary care clinicians (including physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, students, and other clinicians) there are seven online modules dealing with oral health for all age groups.
For educators there are resources that can be incorporated into an academic setting curriculum.
American Academy of Pediatrics - Oral Health Practice Tools
Bright Futures Toolbox: Health Professionals & Human Services Providers
Bright Futures is a national disease-prevention and health-promotion initiative. The link provided here is for health professionals; another link is available that is designed for children, adolescents & their families.
MouthHealthy - American Dental Association
The ADA has gathered sample presentations, career resources & oral health curriculum that can be used by any health professional or educator with schools or other groups which serve children.
Health Professional's Guide to Pediatric Oral Health Management
Consists of a series of seven modules designed to assist health professionals in managing the oral health of infants and young children.
Open Wide: Oral Health Training for Health Professionals
Curriculum consists of a series of four modules designed to help health and early childhood professionals working in community settings (for example, Head Start, home visiting, and WIC staff) promote oral health in the course of promoting general health for infants, children, and their families.
Oral Health Fact Sheets for Medical Professionals
Fourteen fact sheets addressing special needs patients ranging from those with anxiety to cerebral palsy are provided as a resource for medical professionals. The fact sheets contain oral manifestations & considerations as well as oral side effects of commonly prescribed medications for the condition.
Special Care: An Oral Health Professional's Guide to Serving Young Children with Special Health Care Needs.
This series of five modules is designed to provide oral health professionals with information to help ensure that young children with special health care needs have access to health promotion and disease prevention services that address their unique oral health needs in a comprehensive, family-centered, and community-based manner.
Oral Health Nursing Education & Practice (OHNEP)
The OHNEP website serves as the knowledge center for faculty development, competency development, and best practices in oral health across the lifespan. It provides oral health nursing education and practice resources for nurses and other health professionals.
Caring For Smiles - A Guide for Carers (reprinted 2012)
Caring for Smiles is a training guide for oral health professionals to deliver training to staff caring for dependent older persons in healthcare establishments.
Northeast Delta Dental has an on line Medical Dental Integration Tool Kit
- Campaign for Dental Health
- Kids Oral Health Partnership
- From the First Tooth
- Maine Data and Reports
- Maine Community Projects
- National Data and Reports
- Oral Health Manuals and Other Resources
- Educational Opportunities
- Oral Health & Diabetes Citations
- Oral Health and Eating Disorders. Presentation by Mary Orear to MDAC March 2011
- Maine Eating Disorder Teams March 2011
Community Water Fluoridation; Healthy and Safe
- Maine Towns with Community Water Fluoridation
- Water Fluoridation: 5 Reasons Why Your Water Should Have Fluoride
- Community Water Fluoridation Facts ( Maine)
- The Manufacture of Fluoride Chemicals
- Campaign for Dental Health