Simply injecting more federal funding into treating dental disease is not the solution to reduce patient waiting lists. A Griffith University report has called for better education on oral health so that people assume more responsibility for their own oral health.
More than 50 Gold Coast high school students took time out from their holidays last week to attend the ConocoPhillips Science Experience 2013 at Griffith and found themselves working alongside leading Griffith staff members from the schools of medical science, dentistry and oral health, pharmacy, engineering and coastal management.
Gold Coast student Lee Shaw, is feeling pretty satisfied with his final year of school as he celebrates receiving an OP1. Lee of Saint Stephens College in Upper Coomera, is one of about 600 Queensland students to receive the top Overall Position (OP) in the state. “Yes, I am very pleased with my OP and […]