1 edition of Oral health status of high risk adolescents in North York found in the catalog.
Oral health status of high risk adolescents in North York
1994 by Community Dental Health Services Research Unit : a joint project of the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto and the Community of Dental Services Division, North York Public Health Dept. in [Toronto?] .
Written in English
|Statement||Martha Clarke ... [et al.].|
|Series||Health measurement and epidemiology report -- no. 8|
Suggested articles Citations A systematic review of the relationship between acculturation and diet among Latinos in the United States: implications for future research. Though oral hygiene is part of personal hygiene practices, oral hygiene is at the greatest risk of neglect by children, adolescents and adults when faced with multiple life issues [ 20 ]. This study also highlights the need to improve the oral hygiene practice of SIYP. The effect of nursing or rampant caries on height, body weight and head circumference. J Dent Res ; 72 1 Language is considered the strongest single predictor of acculturation [ 8 - 10 ] while proportion of life lived in the US and generational status afford an assessment of the level of exposure to U.
Health effects of tobacco use: global estimates and projections. Acculturation and orofacial pain among Hispanic adults. Self-perceived oral health status, psychological well-being, and life satisfaction in an older adult population. The data were analyzed using SPSS Forms are geared toward specific age ranges birth through age 3, birth through age 5, and ages 6 and over and users oral health professionals and non-oral-health professionals.
Basic services and health promotion activities should be made available to the immigrant population. This framework identifies four distinct acculturation strategies assimilation, separation, integration, and marginalization that are helpful in understanding how individuals adapt to a new culture. Oral health status of Canadianborn and immigrant adolescents in North York, Ontario. The highest CPI score for each sextant was recorded from six index teeth they were 16, 11, 26, 36, 31 and The objectives of this survey were to determine oral health indicators. Up to 50 students were randomly selected using systematic sampling from each of the selected schools owing to the limited resources and avoidance of inordinate disturbance of classes.
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Marginalization Entails those individuals who are both excluded either voluntarily or by force from their culture of origin as well as from the dominant culture [ 6 ]. In Hispanic adults with orofacial pain, those who were English-speaking or with high nativity suffered less from the pain and its complications [ 14 ].
The explanatory variables were good or poor water collection and storage, handwashing, sanitation and waste disposal practices. The oral health attitudes score was calculated for each subject and the mean score was 6. Correspodence to: Dr. Effects of Acculturation and socioeconomic status on obesity and diabetes in Mexican-americans.
Health services research and temporomandibular pain. Conclusion Understanding and characterizing the process of cultural change is essential to the conduct of relevant oral health intervention. National findings: American Psychol. Regarding oral health knowledge, all subjects had high knowledge scores with a mean score of Medicaid program has not been able to fill the gap in providing dental care to poor children and that fewer than 1 in 5 Medicaid-covered children received a single dental visit in a recent year-long period.
Results were standardized by age by using the age distribution of the total population participating in the YRBS. The association of immigration and acculturation attributes with oral health among immigrants in New York City.
Two cards with identification numbers were given to the first ten seeds in these cluster areas after they had been interviewed to recruit friends or peers, which some SIYP accomplished.
Therefore, negative binomial regression was introduced to model the count data with overdispersion that is, the variance is greater then the mean [ 1617 ].
Examples are given of how oral tissues may signal the presence of disease, disease progression, or exposure to risk factors, and how oral cells and fluids, such as saliva, are increasingly being used as diagnostic tools.
The report emphasizes the importance of building partnerships to enhance education, service and research and to eliminate barriers to care.
Acculturation and Oral health The impacts of acculturation on oral health receive attention only in recent years. More than two thirds of them Risk indicators and risk markers for periodontal disease experience in older adults living independently in Ontario, Canada.
Lagos, in Lagos State, where the study participants were recruited, is a cosmopolitan city. The responses to the questions ranged from four to seven alternatives. A pilot was then conducted to test the questions for ease of understanding and language clarity. Results A total of study participants were recruited.
Overall, acculturation to unhealthy lifestyles is an important explanation of the elevated risk of many chronic diseases, such as obesity, hypertension, coronary heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, among ethnic minorities in the United States [ 2 ]. These four acculturation strategies are identified by where individuals fall within the two dimensions of the model [ 6 ].
Allukian M Jr. The emerging science on adolescent boundary-pushing debunks some old saws and shows us useful directions to point our energy.
David Satcher, notes that in the past 50 years great progress has been made in understanding the most common oral diseases, dental caries and periodontal disease. Dental caries was detected visually at the cavitation level and early caries was not recorded. Oral health status of Canadianborn and immigrant adolescents in North York, Ontario.
Herenia P. Leopoldo J. Lawrence is assistant professor, discipline of community dentistry, faculty of dentistry, University of Toronto.Oral Health Statistics National Data1,2,3,4,5,6 • Tooth decay is the single most common chronic childhood disease - 5 times more common than asthma, 4 times more common than early childhood obesity, and 20 times more common than.
literature addressing the dental health status of adolescents suggests that this is a population at risk. Adolescence is a period of physical, emotional, psychological and social change with unique characteristics that can impact on oral health status.
Among these are the emergence of independent behaviours such as changes in dietary habits. Using interviews and clinical examinations, this study measured the oral health status and treatment needs of a convenience sample of disadvantaged adolescents aged 14 and older in North York.
Jun 22, · This book is a gift to the future of any struggling adolescent lucky enough to meet a professional who has read it."--Chris Iveson, therapist and co-founder, BRIEF, London, United Kingdom "Intervening with high-risk adolescents and their families is 5/5(2).
The Oral Health of Disadvantaged Adolescents in North York, Ontario Disadvantaged youth such as the homeless, the unemployed or recent immigrants are thought to be at high risk for dental problems, but data to support this hypothesis are rare.
Data Notes: a Oral Health Survey of Third Grade Children The New York State Department of Health (DOH) has entered into a collaborative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to establish a surveillance system for monitoring oral health status, risk .