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promotion

  1. the means of bringing products to the attention of consumers and persuading them to buy those products. See PROMOTIONAL MIX, ADVERTISING, SALES PROMOTION, MERCHANDIZING, PERSONAL SELLING, PACKAGING, PUBLIC RELATIONS, CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVES.
  2. the elevation of a person to a position of greater authority and responsibility. See ORGANIZATION CHART.
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The london borough of hounslow is seeking to procure a children s oral health promotion service.
Oral health promotion and disease prevention is an emergent need for older adult populations residing both urban and rural communities in the state of Texas.
Does oral health promotion influence the oral hygiene and gingival health of patients undergoing fixed appliance orthodontic treatment?
However, staff indicated that they were not confident in conducting oral health promotion programmes owing to a lack of basic knowledge about oral health.
It participates in all aspects of the oral health promotion programme, including whole school tooth brushing, whole school oral health screening, as well as participating with Fissure Sealant and Fluoride Varnish programmes.
There is a considerable evidence to support the effectiveness of well-conducted school-based oral health promotion interventions worldwide.
11) Nairobi declaration on oral health in Kenya has laid down policies for oral health promotion and integration into primary healthcare programs.
Disease prevention and oral health promotion and maintenance are core activities.
Oral health promotion nurse specialist, Karen Green said: "This was a fantastic achievement for everyone involved and it was wonderful to see so many happy smiles everywhere.
This finding corroborate with studies which observed improvement in several fields after oral health promotion activities targeted to the elderly or denture wearers (MARINO et al.
oral health inequalities can only be reduced in the long term by the use of effective and appropriate oral health promotion policy that addresses underlying causes of oral disease;

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