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20ll Oral Health Summit St. Paul, Minnesota Barbara Hann Ayo Adeniyi Merry Jo Thoele Jon Roesler Minnesota Department of Health Oral Health Unit.

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1 20ll Oral Health Summit St. Paul, Minnesota Barbara Hann Ayo Adeniyi Merry Jo Thoele Jon Roesler Minnesota Department of Health Oral Health Unit

2 Minnesota BSS Baseline Data Collection February – May 2010

3 Across Minnesota  Third grade students  40 schools  27 counties  40 school districts  17 weeks  3 pilot sites

4 Basic Screening Survey Locations

5 Collaborators  School Nurses of Minnesota  Minnesota Department of Health –Minnesota Obesity Grant –Oral Health Unit –Maternal and Child Health –Steps and Coordinated School Health  Minnesota Department of Education  Children’s Dental Services  Apple Tree Dental  University of Minnesota  Dental Hygienists of Minnesota  Volunteers

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7 Data Collection Form/ Active Consent  Process had transparency –data was recorded on the lower part of the form so parents could see what was collected –upper part of the form was for parental consent. –consent for both parts of the screening or just one part  Identifying data was left at the school

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9 Keys to success  Communication  Incentives

10 Communication School district superintendents Elementary school principals School health professionals School contact person Parents/Guardians –Intro letter, consent data form, results letter, referral as needed

11 Incentives  For Students: Each student in third grade at each school received a self-closing plastic bag  with a new toothbrush  pedometer  Five-a-Day Activity Book,  brushing and flossing flyer  child and nutrition brochure

12 Incentives  For Schools: The principals, teachers, and school coordinator received  a “thank you” bag with food safety information  nutrition and activity information  cookbook and recipe cards  pencils  fruit and vegetable tracking paper  pedometer Teachers also received posters for the classroom for dental health and nutrition

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14 BSS Basic Screening Survey Association of State & Territorial Dental Directors  Representative Sample of Schools  3 rd Graders Statewide  Non-invasive Oral Health Survey:  Caries, Fillings, & Sealants  Estimate Treatment Urgency

15 The process BSS questionnaire design Getting approval –State of Minn. / MDH –School principals –Parental/guardian consent Pretesting & piloting Logistics –Incentives –Training –Travels Data –Collection –Analysis Report

16 Sample is representative Public schools with 3 rd grade classes Classroom size: 10 or more students Sample frame: 837 schools Simple random sample –Needed 40 schools; over-sampled 50 ASTDD screening protocol used MN2010 3 rd Grade BSS

17 MN2010 BSS Facts Visited 40 schools across Minnesota –Eligible students: 3,054 (2008/09 school enrollment) –Consented: 1,821 –Screened: 1,766 Response rate (active consent): 58% –Ohio 53% (active consent; 2005-2006) –Wisconsin 89% (passive consent; 2007-2008) Participation rate: 97%

18 BSS Data Summary Oral Health VariableEstimate95% C.I.* Dental sealants on molar**64.1%60.0 – 68.2% Caries experience**54.9%50.3 – 59.5% Untreated tooth decay**18.1%14.9 – 21.4% Treated tooth decay47.8%43.1 – 52.4% Treatment Urgency: None81.5%78.3 – 84.8% Treatment Urgency: Early16.8%14.1 – 19.4% Treatment Urgency: Urgent1.7%0.9 – 2.5% *95 percent confidence interval ** Natl. Oral Health Surveillance System Indicators MN2010 3 rd Grade BSS

19 Dental Sealants Percentage of 3rd Grade students with dental sealants on at least one permanent molar tooth

20 MN2010 BSS: Dental Sealants Minnesota 64.1% (#2) U.S. 23.0% High: Vermont 66.1% South Dakota 61.1% North Dakota 52.7% Wisconsin 47.0% Iowa 45.5% Ohio 43.3% Illinois 26.9% Low: South Carolina 20.3%

21 Healthy People 2010: 50% MN2010 3 rd Grade BSS

22 Caries Experience Percentage of 3rd Grade students with history of dental caries (treated or untreated caries) MN2010 3 rd Grade BSS

23 MN2010 BSS: Caries Experience Minnesota: 54.9% (#11) U.S.: 52.0% Low: Connecticut 40.6% Iowa 42.8% Ohio 55.0% Illinois 55.4% North Dakota 55.6% Wisconsin 60.1% South Dakota 65.6% High: Arkansas 72.2%

24 Healthy People 2010: 42.0% MN2010 3 rd Grade BSS

25 Untreated Tooth Decay Percentage of 3rd Grade students with untreated tooth decay MN2010 3 rd Grade BSS

26 Untreated Tooth Decay Minnesota: 18.1% (#4) U.S.: 29.0% Low: Iowa 13.2% North Dakota 16.9% Ohio 25.7% Illinois 30.2% Wisconsin 30.8% South Dakota 32.9% High: Arkansas 42.1% MN2010 3 rd Grade BSS

27 Healthy People 2010: 21.0% MN2010 3 rd Grade BSS

28 Socioeconomic Status School’s Free & Reduced Lunch (FRL) Eligibility Status Proxy for community socioeconomic status

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34 Race & Ethnicity

35 MN2010 3 rd Grade BSS

36 Location: Urban vs. Rural

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38 Gender: Male vs. Female

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40 Conclusion: Mixed findings Overall good preventive strategies & treatment –restorative services and treatment need on par with nation Caries experience higher than national targets –~ 20% attend school with cavities in their mouths Disproportionate burden of oral disease –minority populations –lower income families MN2010 3 rd Grade BSS


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