The Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health (ARCPOH) undertakes research and research training in population oral health, internationally recognised to be of the highest quality.

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We are leaders in population oral health research. Learn more about our achievements and how we have established our internationally recognised reputation for excellence. 

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Centre highlights

ARCPOH committed to faciliting Australian anti-racist dental health system

The Indigenous Oral Health Unit has been successful in obtaining nearly $1M in MRFF funding for a project that will bring together Community partners & dental stakeholders from across the country to develop the evidence required for structural changes that foster an anti-racist dental health system.

Australia’s next child oral health survey

ARCPOH is partnering with the Commonwealth Department of Health, State/Territory Health Departments and Dental Services, Australian Dental Association and Colgate Oral Care to deliver national-level evidence on child oral health and dental service delivery. 

Nationwide trial for improving Indigenous youth oral health

The Indigenous Oral Health Unit, led by Director Joanne Hedges, was successful in obtaining a $3.2M MRFF-funded grant for a nationwide intervention that will work to improve the life journeys of young Indigenous Peoples and reduce the impact of dental caries.

National Dental Telephone Interview Survey (NDTIS) Findings

Findings from the National Dental Telephone Interview Survey (NDTIS) 2021 are now available with two reports released - Child Oral Health and Dental Visiting in Australia and Adult Oral Health and Access to Dental Care in Australia.