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A pilot improvement project in hospital-based oral healthcare : improving caries risk assessment documentation. / Keightley, A. J.; Lucey, S. M.; Leitch, J.; Lloyd, R. C.; Campbell, C.

In: British Dental Journal, Vol. 212, No. 2, 01.2012, p. 1-5.

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Keightley, AJ, Lucey, SM, Leitch, J, Lloyd, RC & Campbell, C 2012, 'A pilot improvement project in hospital-based oral healthcare: improving caries risk assessment documentation' British Dental Journal, vol 212, no. 2, pp. 1-5., 10.1038/sj.bdj.2012.49

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Keightley, A. J., Lucey, S. M., Leitch, J., Lloyd, R. C., & Campbell, C. (2012). A pilot improvement project in hospital-based oral healthcare: improving caries risk assessment documentation. British Dental Journal, 212(2), 1-5. 10.1038/sj.bdj.2012.49

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Keightley AJ, Lucey SM, Leitch J, Lloyd RC, Campbell C. A pilot improvement project in hospital-based oral healthcare: improving caries risk assessment documentation. British Dental Journal. 2012 Jan;212(2):1-5. Available from: 10.1038/sj.bdj.2012.49

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Keightley, A. J.; Lucey, S. M.; Leitch, J.; Lloyd, R. C.; Campbell, C. / A pilot improvement project in hospital-based oral healthcare : improving caries risk assessment documentation.

In: British Dental Journal, Vol. 212, No. 2, 01.2012, p. 1-5.

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author = "Keightley, {A. J.} and Lucey, {S. M.} and J. Leitch and Lloyd, {R. C.} and C. Campbell",
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T1 - A pilot improvement project in hospital-based oral healthcare

T2 - improving caries risk assessment documentation

A1 - Keightley,A. J.

A1 - Lucey,S. M.

A1 - Leitch,J.

A1 - Lloyd,R. C.

A1 - Campbell,C.

AU - Keightley,A. J.

AU - Lucey,S. M.

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AU - Lloyd,R. C.

AU - Campbell,C.

PY - 2012/1

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N2 - <p>Objective To evaluate the impact of a continuous improvement project to improve completion of a caries risk assessment (CRA) and to assess its impact on delivery of dental caries prevention. Design Single centre clinical improvement project. Setting A paediatric dental department within a UK dental hospital over the course of 2008-2009. Subjects (materials) and methods Continuous monitoring of documentation of a CRA was instigated and results fed back to clinicians. Tools were developed to structure the process of CRA. After six months of intervention, a comparison of preventive care to a pre-intervention sample was undertaken. Main outcome measures The main outcome measure was completion of a CRA. Comparison was also made with pre-intervention data on levels of preventive care received. Results Over the 12 month project the mean rate of CRA completion improved from 30% over the first 6 months to 73% in the second 6 months. Compared to the pre-intervention sample, all items of the caries prevention package had improved, with delivery of toothpaste strength advice (16% vs 60%, p = 0.001) and diet advice (32% vs 70%, p = 0.004) improving significantly. Conclusion By targeting and improving CRA completion the quality of preventive care delivered has also significantly improved.</p>

AB - <p>Objective To evaluate the impact of a continuous improvement project to improve completion of a caries risk assessment (CRA) and to assess its impact on delivery of dental caries prevention. Design Single centre clinical improvement project. Setting A paediatric dental department within a UK dental hospital over the course of 2008-2009. Subjects (materials) and methods Continuous monitoring of documentation of a CRA was instigated and results fed back to clinicians. Tools were developed to structure the process of CRA. After six months of intervention, a comparison of preventive care to a pre-intervention sample was undertaken. Main outcome measures The main outcome measure was completion of a CRA. Comparison was also made with pre-intervention data on levels of preventive care received. Results Over the 12 month project the mean rate of CRA completion improved from 30% over the first 6 months to 73% in the second 6 months. Compared to the pre-intervention sample, all items of the caries prevention package had improved, with delivery of toothpaste strength advice (16% vs 60%, p = 0.001) and diet advice (32% vs 70%, p = 0.004) improving significantly. Conclusion By targeting and improving CRA completion the quality of preventive care delivered has also significantly improved.</p>

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