Module 7: Dissemination of Rural Oral Health Resources and Promising Practices
Sharing program results is important for building and maintaining relationships with project partners and funders. It is also important for gaining
local support and buy-in from the community. Rural oral health programs disseminate their projects in different
ways — from participating in meetings at regional and national conferences to crafting annual reports and
issue briefs. Programs report results to interested parties including county public health departments, county
commissioners, state government staff, and other regional and local entities.
For more on how to share your program's results, see Disseminating Best Practices in the Rural
Community Health Toolkit.
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