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Ohashi Tamie

オオハシ タミエ | Ohashi Tamie
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Homepage URL  (1): http://scw.asahi-u.ac.jp/~eisei/index.html
Research field  (7): Community dentistry ,  Healthcare management, medical sociology ,  Hygiene and public health (non-laboratory) ,  Hygiene and public health (laboratory) ,  Hygiene and public health (non-laboratory) ,  Hygiene and public health (laboratory) ,  Healthcare management, medical sociology
Research keywords  (6): environmrntal effect ,  health behavior ,  prevention of gum desease ,  fluoride ,  dental caries prevention ,  teeth
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (5):
  • The risk study of dental caries and poeiodontal disease for high school students
  • Dust exposure during tooth grinding for dental stuff
  • Study on CPITN
  • Caries prevention by fluoride mouthrinsing in school dental health program
  • Effect of Ammonium Fluoride on the caries like lesion formation
Papers (5):
MISC (5):
Works (1):
  • Cariostatic effect at 20 years old on school children participated in topical fluoride application program for 6 years.
Education (2):
  • - 1987 Asahi University School of Dentistry Dept. of Dentistry
  • - 1987 Asahi University Faculty of Dentistry
Professional career (1):
  • D.D.S.,Ph.D. (Asahi University)
Committee career (4):
  • 2001 - THE GIFU DENTAL SOCIETY councillor
  • 2001 - Japanese Society for Dental Health, Department of Tokai Area councillor
  • 2001 - Japanese Society of Dental Practice Administration director
  • 2001 - Japanese Society for Dental Health councillor
Association Membership(s) (7):
Japanese Society of Public Health ,  THE JAPANESE SOCIETY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN ECOLOGY ,  THE GIFU DENTAL SOCIETY ,  Tokai Society for School Health ,  Department of Tokai Area ,  Japanese Society of Dental Practice Administration ,  Japanese Society for Dental Health
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