Putting the Mouth Back into the Body

18 and 19 November, 2016

An multidisciplinary health conference hosted by North Richmond Community Health. Register for 2018’s conference today.

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Professor Joerg Eberhard

The Chair of Lifespan Oral Health at the University of Sydney speaks about the relationship between general health and oral health in his keynote address.

Dr Meng-Wong Taing

Pharmacist Dr Meng-Wong Taing speaks about how pharmacists can support their community’s oral health.

Nadine Laschko

North Richmond Community Health Dietitian explains how nutrition can impact oral health, and the opportunities available to provide more holistic care.

Lulu Xu

Oral health educator Lulu Xu speaks about the links between diabetes and oral health, and North Richmond Community Health’s unique model of care.

Dr John Furler

North Richmond Community Health GP Dr John Furler speaks about encorporating oral health into general practice.

Jane Martin

Jane Martin from the Obesity Policy Coalition speaks at Putting the Mouth Back into the Body about how the sugar industry is affecting our health – and what we can do to regain control.

Dr Martin Hall

Dr Martin Hall delivers the final presentation at Putting the Mouth Back into the Body, a multidisciplinary health conference hosted by North Richmond Community Health.

The Hon Mary-Anne Thomas MP

The Hon. Mary-Anne Thomas opens Putting the Mouth Back into the Body, speaking about oral health as a class marker and the importance of community health.

Roger Lindenmeyer

Diabetes Educator Roger Lindenmeyer explains the link between diabetes and oral health, detailing North Richmond Community Health’s unique holistic model.

Lisa Gibbs

Associate Professor Lisa Gibbs from the University of Melbourne talks about encorporating research into public health, for better community outcomes.

Joan Meyers-Braun

Maternal and Child Health nurse Joan Meyers-Braun speaks at Putting the Mouth Back into the Body about how to deliver the best care to mothers and infants.

Assoc Professor Christine Rodda

Associate Professor Christine Rodda of Western Health discusses the link between oral health and diabetes, and shares her knowledge on how to care for young adults.

Ana Tilman

The University of Melbourne’s Jack Brockhoff Foundation awards the inaugural Elizabeth Waters Memorial Travel Scholarship to Ms Ana Tilman, a dental nurse from East Timor.

Assoc Prof Matthew Hopcraft

Just how big is the impact of sugar on health? The Dentist and former Masterchef contestant explains.