It won Best Overall Winner in the Dental and Oral Health section of the Medical Futures Innovation Awards.
What does OHS stand for?
OHS stands for Oral Health Section (various organizations)
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- Ontario Health Survey
- Ontario Historical Society (Canada)
- Opelousas High School (Louisana)
- Open Heart Surgery
- Open Here Stupid
- Open Hyperdocument System
- Open Hypermedia System
- Operator Head Space
- Optimal Health Systems
- Oracle HTTP Server
- Orange High School
- Orchard Hills Basketball League (Milford, CT)
- Order Handling System
- Order of the Holy Sepulchre (Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, an order of knighthood of the Catholic church)
- Oregon Historical Society (Portland, OR)
- Orem High School
- Orestimba High School
- Organ Historical Society
- Ornamental Horticultural Society
- Orofino High School (Idaho)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It was named best overall winner in the dental and oral health section of the Medical Futures Innovation Awards.
In April, the Oral Health Section sent letters to about 30 members of the Minnesota State Legislature in support of a two-year, community college-based training program to be taught by dentists.
APHA Oral Health Section Chair Howard Pollick, MPH, attended the San Diego council hearing to advocate on the issue and answer questions.
The comments, prepared by APHA's Oral Health Section at the request of the Association, were provided in response to a request from an American Dental Hygienists' Association task force that is working to develop a curricular framework in support of advanced dental hygiene practitioners.
Keeping with the Annual Meeting theme of "Politics, Policy and Public Health," the Oral Health Section will sponsor "How Can We Make Oral Health a Much Higher National Priority: Power, Policies and Politics," session 3425, at 4:30 p.