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Joint Committee on Health and Children: report on the orthodontic service in Ireland
|Title: ||Joint Committee on Health and Children: report on the orthodontic service in Ireland|
|Issue Date: ||Feb-2002 |
|Description: ||The Joint Committee on Health and Children was established in November 1997. As part of
its work programme for 2001 and 2002, the Joint Committee decided to examine the issue of
the orthodontic service in Ireland. This has included an examination of current policy and
practices, educational and training requirements and public concerns about the severe delays
in the provision of services.
During the period November 2001 to January 2002, the Committee held a series of public
meetings and heard evidence from a number of invited groups, organisations and individuals.
In January 2002, the Joint Committee appointed Mr. John Kissane to assist it in reviewing the
written and oral presentations received and to assist in the preparation of a draft report. The draft
report was considered by the Joint Committee at its meeting on 21st February 2002. The report,
as amended, was agreed.|
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