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Sophie Doméjean, Stéphanie Léger, Marie Maltrait, Ivar Espelid, Anne B Tveit, Stéphanie Tubert-Jeannin
A survey conducted in 2002 among French general dental practitioners (GPs) showed variations between treatment decisions and a tendency towards early restorative intervention for caries. The aims of the present questionnaire survey were to investigate, among a random sample of 2,000 French GPs, the management decisions for occlusal lesions in 2012 and to compare the results to those obtained in 2002. The response rate was 41.9%. The majority of the respondents (60.7%) would postpone their restorative decisions until the lesion was in the dentin, based on clinical and radiographic examinations...
2015: Caries Research
G Schaller, P Fournier
A Delphi technique was used to determine priorities for mental health prevention in Geneva. The study comprised two rounds of postal questionnaires targeted at 58 participants concerned and/or interested by mental health through their association or their work. From the responses given in the first round mental health problems were listed, essentially health problems (65%) and service problems (11%) and less frequently resources problems (< 1%). Consensus produced in the second round indicated that 3 problems were priorities for the development of preventive measures: depression, alcohol abuse, maltraitance and sexual abuse...
June 1998: Santé Publique: Revue Multidisciplinaire Pour la Recherche et L'action
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