A toolkit to support commissioning of supervised tooth brushing programmes in early years settings and schools.
Improving oral health: a toolkit to support commissioning of supervised toothbrushing programmes in early years and school settings
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This toolkit is for commissioners and providers of supervised tooth brushing programmes in England.
In 2014, both NICE and PHE published documents that reviewed the evidence of effectiveness of oral health improvement programmes. They both recommended commissioning targeted supervised toothbrushing in early years’ settings. Read Improving oral health: an evidence-informed toolkit for local authorities.
Many local authorities in England already commission such programmes. This toolkit will help commissioners, public health teams and providers make sure their programmes are evidence-based and safe, and have clear accountability and reporting arrangements.
Published: 6 December 2016
From: Public Health England