Thank you for engaging with the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences. As a friend and supporter of this faculty you will help create scholarships for our students, support groundbreaking research, and build important partnerships and support community engagement.
Our pride in our graduates and in their lives spent improving the health and well-being of others is matched by our desire to maintain strong connections with all who have passed through our doors.
We are grateful for the many ways in which our alumni, donors, friends and the community support the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences.
We recognise partnerships and collaborations are an integral facet of our development and a major strength of the school.
The Melbourne Dental School hosts a number of unique programs of community and scientific interest, including the Dental Mentoring Program.
Joining the dots: A dental Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural safety curriculum
Without cultural safety there is no clinical safety and the inextricably linked elements of clinical and cultural safety are critical to ensuring peoples’ health, self-determination and well-being.
Commissioned by the Australian Council of Dental Schools, the Dental Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Safety Curriculum has been developed to inform the educational preparation of Australia’s dental practitioners.
Four prestigious dental schools have joined forces to each bring their world-leading expertise to the collaboration and will work together to enhance professional practice in dentistry. This is an exciting program of engaging content, practical case studies, hands-on training, and clinical insights from a range of experts.
COVID and Dentistry
Fortnightly updates about COVID and Dentistry
Early Childhood Caries: Challenges & Opportunities
The Melbourne Dental School is pleased to invite you to the launch of The Division of Population Health, Cariology & Oral Health Seminar Series.
Early childhood caries remains one of the highest causes of preventable hospitalisation of young children, with major impact on the child, their family and community. The seminar will be streamed live with an interactive platform for online discussion.