E77: Joss Harding - Importance of Evidence Based Oral Care and Management
Education and Workforce Development Series Part 24
Naman Julka-Anderson and Jo McNamara catch up with Joss Harding as part of the Education and Workforce Development Series (Part 24).
Discussion about Joss’ role as a dental hygienist, importance of evidence based oral hygiene and supporting people living with and beyond cancer.
To use this podcast as CPD, look at these reflection points:
1) reflect on your personal oral hygiene
2) consider what oral hygiene support and management is available in your department to people living with and beyond cancer.
3) consider how you could improve the awareness of good oral hygiene with your family and friends.
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Links from podcast:
UK Oral Management in Cancer Care Group (UKOMiC) oral care guidance and support: http://ukomic.com/documents/UKOMiC-Guidance-3rd-Edition.pdf
UK Medicines Information guide for dental practitioners caring with people living with and beyond cancer: https://www.sps.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/UKMi_QA_Cancer-in-dental-patients_update-Nov-2019.pdf
Office for health improvement and disparities delivering better oral health: evidenced based toolkit for prevention:
Chapter 10 - Stephan Curve: https://www.oxfordreference.com/display/10.1093/oi/authority.20110803100531178;jsessionid=235F683823F8A47EECD178F4A76F5E72
Oral management of oncology patients requiring radiotherapy, chemotherapy and/or bone marrow transportation:
British Society of Peridontology and Implant Dentistry gun health for a better life:
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