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Sucharita Nanjappa

Sucharita Nanjappa Sucharita Nanjappa
BDS, MSc, PhD, Lecturer in Dental Public Health
Dental Health Services Research Unit, 9th Floor
Dundee Dental Hospital and School
Park Place, Dundee, Scotland DD1 4HN


Sucharita Nanjappa graduated in dentistry (BDS) from the University of Mangalore, India. She completed an MSc in Dental Public Health from the University of London and was invited to stay on to do a Ph.D., which was awarded by the University of London in 2012.

During her post-doctoral appointment as a Research Fellow with the Dental Health Services Research Unit, University of Dundee, she worked with service designers to develop a communication toolkit (Chatterbox) to facilitate communication between socially excluded families and community dental health support workers.

Sucharita was appointed Lecturer in Dental Public Health in November 2014.

Research Interest

CHATTERBOX service evaluation: Evaluation of the CHATTERBOX intervention, an evidence-based communication tool based around improving communication and building relationships through interactive storyboarding.

Childsmile @ HIC Online Survey: A web based survey to evaluate the extent to which the current Childsmile @ HIC database meets the needs of programme users.

DAPER III: A field trial to identify parents’ dental-related concerns and assess if a tailored intervention (CHATTERBOX) by Dental Health Support Workers (DHSWs) would enable parents to access dental care for their child.


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