Impact evaluation of the Alliance for a Caries-Free Future. Demonstrative territory, communa 20 of Cali

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https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.rfo.v33n2a3

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Primary health care, Oral health, Program evaluation, dental caries

Abstract

Introduction: in 2010, the first chapter of the Alliance for a Caries-Free Future was established in Colombia with a group of leaders in dentistry interested in generating contextualized intervention strategies that would allow
integrating the elements of the Health System to guarantee dental caries-free communities with actions aimed at
the early childhood population. The objective was to evaluate the impact of the Alianza project on children under 5
years of age who intervened in Comuna 20 of Cali during the period 2011 to 2018. Methods: based on the RE-AIM
framework coverage, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, maintenance and access, were identified to know the impact of keeping children free from cavitation cavities. Results: 89% of the population under 5 years of age has benefited from educational actions and the application of fluoride varnish, increasing the caries-free population
from 34 to 57%, the project has been maintained thanks to the teaching-service agreement and the intersectoral
workspaces. 54% of the children visited at home have had access to individual care services by a dentist, only 30%
of the initial protocol was maintained under the Family Health strategy. Conclusions: the project has allowed the articulation of actions, resources, and wills for the development of inter-institutional actions in favor of oral health of the early childhood population, in the time evaluated, a significant advance is evidenced in the individual and population indicators with the active and permanent participation of Cali institutions in this alliance.

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Author Biographies

Lina María García-Zapata, Universidad del Valle

PhD en Salud. Magíster en Epidemiología, Universidad del Valle. Profesora asociada, Escuela de Odontología, Universidad del Valle. Grupo de investigación Pacifico Siglo XXI y Curpes.

Gustavo Bergonzoli, Hospital Tomas Uribe Uribe

Coordinador, grupo de investigación Salud, Medicina y Sociedad (SAMESO). Grupo de Gestión del Conocimiento e innovación (GECOI), Hospital Tomas Uribe Uribe, Tuluá Valle del Cauca

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Published

2022-02-15

How to Cite

García-Zapata, L. M., & Bergonzoli, G. (2022). Impact evaluation of the Alliance for a Caries-Free Future. Demonstrative territory, communa 20 of Cali. Revista Facultad De Odontología Universidad De Antioquia, 33(2), 21–30. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.rfo.v33n2a3