Orofacial pain education in dentistry: A path to improving patient care and reducing the population burden of chronic pain

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Orofacial pain education in dentistry : A path to improving patient care and reducing the population burden of chronic pain. / Costa, Yuri M.; De Koninck, Beatrice P.; Elsaraj, Sherif M.; Exposto, Fernando G.; Herrero Babiloni, Alberto; Kapos, Flavia P.; Sharma, Sonia; Shimada, Akiko.

I: Journal of Dental Education, Bind 85, Nr. 3, 03.2021, s. 349-358.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisReviewForskningpeer review

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Costa, YM, De Koninck, BP, Elsaraj, SM, Exposto, FG, Herrero Babiloni, A, Kapos, FP, Sharma, S & Shimada, A 2021, 'Orofacial pain education in dentistry: A path to improving patient care and reducing the population burden of chronic pain', Journal of Dental Education, bind 85, nr. 3, s. 349-358. https://doi.org/10.1002/jdd.12461

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Costa, Y. M., De Koninck, B. P., Elsaraj, S. M., Exposto, F. G., Herrero Babiloni, A., Kapos, F. P., Sharma, S., & Shimada, A. (2021). Orofacial pain education in dentistry: A path to improving patient care and reducing the population burden of chronic pain. Journal of Dental Education, 85(3), 349-358. https://doi.org/10.1002/jdd.12461

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Costa YM, De Koninck BP, Elsaraj SM, Exposto FG, Herrero Babiloni A, Kapos FP, Sharma S, Shimada A. 2021. Orofacial pain education in dentistry: A path to improving patient care and reducing the population burden of chronic pain. Journal of Dental Education. 85(3):349-358. https://doi.org/10.1002/jdd.12461

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Costa YM, De Koninck BP, Elsaraj SM, Exposto FG, Herrero Babiloni A, Kapos FP o.a. Orofacial pain education in dentistry: A path to improving patient care and reducing the population burden of chronic pain. Journal of Dental Education. 2021 mar;85(3):349-358. https://doi.org/10.1002/jdd.12461

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Costa, Yuri M. ; De Koninck, Beatrice P. ; Elsaraj, Sherif M. ; Exposto, Fernando G. ; Herrero Babiloni, Alberto ; Kapos, Flavia P. ; Sharma, Sonia ; Shimada, Akiko. / Orofacial pain education in dentistry : A path to improving patient care and reducing the population burden of chronic pain. I: Journal of Dental Education. 2021 ; Bind 85, Nr. 3. s. 349-358.

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abstract = "Dentists stand in an optimal position to prevent and manage patients suffering from chronic orofacial pain (OFP) disorders, such as temporomandibular disorders, burning mouth syndrome, trigeminal neuralgia, persistent idiopathic dentoalveolar pain, among others. However, there are consistent reports highlighting a lack of knowledge and confidence in diagnosing and treating OFP among dental students, recent graduates, and trained dentists, which leads to misdiagnosis, unnecessary costs, delay in appropriate care and possible harm to patients. Education in OFP is necessary to improve the quality of general dental care and reduce individual and societal burden of chronic pain through prevention and improved quality of life for OFP patients. Our aims are to emphasize the goals of OFP education, to identify barriers for its implementation, and to suggest possible avenues to improve OFP education in general, postgraduate, and continuing dental education levels, including proposed minimum OFP competencies for all dentists. Moreover, patient perspectives are also incorporated, including a testimony from a person with OFP. General dentists, OFP experts, educators, researchers, patients, and policy makers need to combine efforts in order to successfully address the urgent need for quality OFP education.",
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