|Statement||[prepared by Kathryn A. Atchison and Prathip Phantumvanit].|
|Series||Ageing and health technical report / WHO Centre for Health Development -- v. 3, Ageing and health technical report (World Health Organization. Centre for Health Development) -- v.3.|
|Contributions||Prathip Phantumvanit., World Health Organization. Centre for Health Development.|
|LC Classifications||RK55.A3 A85 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
Following the introductory presentation on global ageing and the core exposé of the relationship between oral health and general health status in ageing societies, 17 presentations covered a variety of multidisciplinary approaches. Discussions followed each session, and overall issues and recommendations were debated on the last day. WHO Centre for Health Development (Kobe, Japan). (). Global review on oral health in ageing societies. Kobe, Japan: WHO Centre for Health Development. GLOBAL REVIEW ON ORAL HEALTH IN AGEING SOCIETIES Chapter 1: Introduction The mouth is a mirror, reflecting the general health and well-being of the individual. Oral health is an integral part of well-being, no less in older adults than in younger people. Overview. This is the report of a meeting convened at the WHO Centre for Health Development in Kobe, Japan, June The objectives of the meeting were to discuss preliminary outcomes of the global state of the science research on the relationship between oral health and general health from a population ageing perspective; to identify appropriate comprehensive and integrated approaches and.
The important link between oral health and healthy ageing was the focus of this year's World Oral Health Forum (WOHF) event held on 5 September during the FDI World Dental Congress in Buenos. World Oral Health Forum panelists Dr Sophie Dartevelle and Prof. Kakuhiro Fukai highlight the importance of prioritizing oral health within the eldercare framework. This year's edition will illustrate the strong link between oral health and healthy ageing through a series of real-life examples of elderly oral healthcare models from Asia, Europe, and South America. Promoting Oral Health in Africa Published in by WHO Regional Office for Africa. This manual aims at the prevention of oral diseases and promotion of good oral health. It emphasizes the fact that improving oral health is an integral part of the essential package of interventions against noncommunicable diseases at the primary health care level. Oral health for an ageing population: the importance of a natural dentition in older adults Article (PDF Available) in International Dental Journal 67(Suppl 1) September with Reads.
2 Global Health and Aging Figure 1. Young Children and Older People as a Percentage of Global Population: Source: United Nations. World Population Prospects: The Revision. Population ageing is poised to become one of the most significant social transformations of the twenty-first century, with implications for nearly all sectors of society, including labour and. Petersen, Poul Erik, Ueda, Hiroshi, WHO Oral Health Programme & WHO Centre for Health Development (Kobe, Japan). (). Oral health in ageing societies: integration of oral health and general health: report of a meeting convened at the WHO Centre for Health Development in Kobe, Japan, June INTRODUCTION. The Global Self-Ratings of Oral Health (GSROH) status is a tool that provides a simple way of assessing self-perception of oral health. It is time- and cost-effective, of proven validity, and may be utilized when a need arises to understand the views and perceptions of individuals and the larger population as regards oral health.[2,3,4] Furthermore, it has been recognized as a.