Assessment of Routine Oral Screening Programs for New Prisoners (DepiDent)
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In 2018, 10 detention centers in France will start organisational programs to improve the quality of screening of oral diseases, relatively to French recommendations, among new prisoners in France. Our study aims 1) to assess the prevalence and nosology of oral diseases ; 2) to describe the care pathway of participants during their stay in the detention center where they were included ; 3) to assess the cost of care per patient, from a societal perspective, using a top-down method.
Description of the oral problems of people entering detention [ Time Frame: 1 day ]
Description of the oral problems of people entering detention : Any oral disease at inclusion (prevalence study)
Secondary Outcome Measures :
attending to consultations [ Time Frame: The collection of data will end at the discharge of the participant, or at 6 months after inclusion. ]
attending to consultations : The rate of attended visits is defined as the number of visits attended by the patient, divided by the number of scheduled visits, during the prison stay of the participant.
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