HABIT: Health visitors delivering Advice in Britain on Infant Toothbrushing – an early-phase feasibility study of a complex oral health intervention

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References: Giles E, Wray F, Eskyte I, et alHABIT: Health visitors delivering Advice in Britain on Infant Toothbrushing – an early-phase feasibility study of a complex oral health interventionBMJ Open 2022;12:e059665. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-059665

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Giles, E., Wray, F., Eskyte, I., Gray-Burrows, K. A., Owen, J., Bhatti, A., Zoltie, T., McEachan, R., Marshman, Z., Pavitt, S., West, R. M., & Day, P. F.

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