HABIT (Health visitors delivering Advice in Britain on Infant Toothbrushing): a qualitative exploration of the acceptability of a complex oral health intervention

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References: Bhatti A, Wray F, EskytÄ— I, Gray-Burrows KA, Owen J, Giles E, et al. HABIT (Health visitors delivering Advice in Britain on Infant Toothbrushing): a qualitative exploration of the acceptability of a complex oral health intervention. BMC Primary Care. 2022;23(1):55

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Amrit Bhatti, Faye Wray, Ieva EskytÄ—, Kara A Gray-Burrows, Jenny Owen, Erin Giles, Timothy Zoltie, Victoria Smith, Sue Pavitt, Robert West, Rosemary RC McEachan, Zoe Marshman & Peter F Day

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