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Why dentists should take a greater interest in sex and gender
(Nature Publishing Group, 2010)
This brief review highlights the lack of evidence relating to sex and gender differences in oral health as well as the widespread conceptual confusion and conflation that often underlies them. A broader biomedical understanding ...
Perceptions of intimidation and bullying in dental schools: a multi-national study
Objectives: To determine first year dental students' perceptions of intimidation by instructors and bullying by fellow students. Methods: Data were collected through a cross-sectional survey of first year dental students ...
Oral health care workers (OHCW) are exposed to pathogenic microorganisms during dental aerosol-generating procedures. Technologies aimed at the reduction of aerosol, droplets and splatter are essential. This in vivo study ...