Dr. Hartnett Presents the Keynote for the Launch of the Australian Network for Integrating Oral Health (NIOH)

OHNEP Program Director Dr. Erin Hartnett had the honor of inaugurating the launch of the Australian Network for the Integration of Oral Health (NIOH) at the 2nd Asia Pacific Conference on Integrated Care in Melbourne, Australia on November 12. Dr.

OHNEP Awarded 2019 Edge Runner by the Academy!

OHNEP is excited to announce our designation as a 2019 Edge Runner from the American Academy of Nursing! This initiative recognizes those individuals and organizations who are leaders in designing models of care and interventions to improve healthcare cost and access.

Check out OHNEP's Fall 2019 Newsletter!

This quarter's newsletter highlights OHNEP achievements and projects from the Summer and Fall, as well as exciting new partnerships and publications! You can check out the newsletter here.


New Article from our Oral Health Champions

Oral health champions Shannon Munro, PhD, APRN, BC, FNP and Dian Baker, PhD, APRN, BC, PNP, published their article "Integrating Oral Health Care Into Patient Management To Prevent Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia: A Team Approach" in the July 2019 issue of the Journal of the Michigan Dental Association.The article focuses on the imp

Register!: Webinar "Interdisciplinary Approaches For Improved Oral Health: Release Of A White Paper From The AAPHD Council On Practice"

This Tuesday June 25 at 12pm EST, the DentaQuest Partnership and the American Association of Public Health Dentistry (AAPDH) will be hosting the webinar "Interdisciplinary Approaches for Improved Oral Health: Release of a white paper from the AAPHD Council on Practice." This webinar will introduce a new white paper on interdisciplinary approache

Check out these eLearning Modules from the Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Preceptor Development Program

The Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Preceptor Development Program (PC-NP-PDP) at NYU's Rory Meyers College of Nursing has developed a series of eLearning Modules as part of their mission to enhance Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes (KSA) of NP preceptors.

Survey Findings Show Midwives to be Clinical Champions in Oral Health Care

May 3, 2019, New York, NY — Serving on the front lines of health care for women during pregnancy and across their life span, a midwife may very well be the first to identify an oral health condition or disease, even before the dentist. A new national survey reveals midwives are well-positioned to meet this challenge.

New Blog Post at our page All 4 Oral Health!

The current opioid crisis is a major public health concern that has piqued the interest of health researchers across all health professions. Opioids are often prescribed by dentists and oral surgeons for post-op pain relief, and these medications are only meant to be used for a short period of time.