Global Oral Health
Module

New Ways of Thinking, New Ways of Working

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Why Global Oral Health Module?

 

Partnerships and common responses lie at the heart of global oral health:

  • To prepare and respond, oral health professionals will need to play an active role in developing partnerships and common responses, and coordinating action at all levels, sites and settings, and across all sectors.

 

Global oral health global oral health, new ways of thinking and new ways of working : 

 

  • Aims to build and strengthen the capacity of oral health professionals to engage in decision -making at global, regional, national and local levels

  • Sets out core knowledge domains for global oral health, and introduce participants to key thematic areas, as well as emerging issues

  • Will create a learning environment for educators and students from around the world to learn with and from each other

  • Will support the implementation of WHO Global Oral Health Programme Global Oral Health Action Plan (2022 ), and FDI World Dental Federation Vision 2030

International Resource Person

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He is currently based at Dept of Oral Diagnostics,
Digital Health & Health Services Research at
The Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Dr Julian Fisher

Key Roles

Policy advisor and analyst with focused expertise in global oral health,
health workforce education, social and environmental determinants of health,
nd health in all policy approaches,.

 

Approved WHO Health in All Policies Trainer, and member of Global Health
in All Policies Network

 

Expert/resource person, UNEP Global Mercury Partnership

 

UNESCO consultant for policy background paper 'Lifelong Learning and Health Systems;
policy implications