▼Training Course in Dental Education
1988 – present (the contents were partially changed with the name change in 2003)
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In developing countries, oral diseases normally proliferate rapidly due to social and economical development, and at the same time there is usually a shortage of human resources to meet the needs of dental treatment and no sufficient response. Japan has also experienced this type of increase in oral diseases and lack of human resources due to economical development but has made improvements regarding these issues and been brought to international attention. Under these circumstances, it is the duty of Japan to respond to the urgent and basic demands made by developing countries because Japan has accumulated a wealth of knowledge of dental treatment, maintained a high technical level, and assumed a highly significant role in terms of international contributions.
(Dentistry education and training)
Making tentative plans regarding the dental system in accordance with the situation of each country by acquiring basic knowledge, learning basic techniques, and using the latest dental technology in dental clinics through lectures, practical training, and study tours, etc.
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Implemented by the Faculty of Dental Science