Aims of the society

History and Role of the ISDH

The ISDH was established  in 2002. It serves to promote, preserve and protect the oral health of people with disabilities. The Officers of the Society consist of the President, the Immediate Past-President, the President Elect, the Honorary Secretary, the Honorary Membership Secretary and the Honorary Treasurer. The officers and other committee members meet four times per year to manage the business and running of the society and also to organise  a summer conference on a multi-disciplinary topic related to oral heath and disability for the whole dental team.

Members views and involvement in the running of the society are very important to ISDH and we would encourage interested people to apply to be members of the  committee. Elections take place once a year during the month of June      

 

 

 

 

Aims of the Society

  • To promote links with organisations representing people with disabilities.
  • To consult with disability groups to identify their needs and the demands of people with disabilities.
  • To study the barriers relating to the provision of oral healthcare for people with disabilities.
  • To encourage Undergraduate and Postgraduate teaching, and training of the dental team, in the subject of oral health care for people with disabilities.
  • To encourage research in the field of oral healthcare for people with disabilities