II Key Findings From the Literature - The Access Statistics
III A Story of Oral Health Access
IV Can Supply of Oral Health Professionals and Community Services Meet Demand?
V The Key Issues
VI What Happens Now? Next Steps in Hamilton and Toronto
- compiled by Alison Stirling, Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse and OHPE team member, from the Review of Dental and Oral Health Needs of Special Populations in Hamilton (Ernest Jodoin, Hamilton District Health Council) and Who has Access? A report of the Toronto Dental Coalition (Lorraine Purdon, Toronto Oral Health Coalition)
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