Past winners

 


4th : 2016 / BASEL - SWITZERLAND


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Rebecca M. Barry (USA)

Impact of Operator Positioning on Musculoskeletal Disorders and Work Habits Among Mississippi Dental Hygienists

 

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Juliet Dang (USA)

Identification and characterization of novel human papillomaviruses in oral rinse samples from oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancer patients

 

 

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Sandra Kemper (Bolivia)

Report on the Smiles Forever Foundation:  A Dental Hygiene Education and Service Model for Latin America.

 

 


3rd : 2015 / CAPE TOWN - SOUTH AFRICA


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Dagmar Else Slot 
(Netherlands)

Academisch Centrum Tandheelkunde Amsterdam (ACTA), Holland "The effect of 1% chlorhexidine gel and 0.12% dentifrice gel on plaque accumulation: a 3-day non- brushing model

 

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Mario Rui Araujo
 (Portugal)

An inclusive public dental health project in Portugal

 

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Tjeerd Blom (Netherlands)

 The effect of mouthrinses on oral malodor: a systematic review

 




2nd  : 2010 / Glasgow - Scotland

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Sherry Priebe (Canada)

 Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma and Cultural Risk Habits in Patients at the Oncology Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

 


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Olivia Marchisio ( Italy ) 
Annamaria Genovesi ( Italy )

Operative Protocols and a Case Report in Preventive Dental Care in a Department of Neurorehabilitation for Acquired Cerebral Lesions.

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Maria Fjellström
 (Sweden)

A Modified Cognitive Behavioral Model as a Method to Improve Adherence to Oral Hygiene Instructions: A Pilot Study.

 




1ST : 2007 / TORONTO - CANADA

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Birgitta Söder
 (Sweden) 

Maha Jacob (Sweden)  

Risk for development of atherosclerosis in women with high amount of dental plaque and severe gingival inflammation.

 

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Elina Katsman
 (Canada)

The experience of a Canadian dental hygienist in the Dominican Republic.

 



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Tomomi Nishimura, Chigusa Takahashi, Eri Takahashi
 ( Japan )

Dental hygiene residential care in a 3-year education programme in Japan. Towards dysphagia management based on the dental hygiene process of care.