Technology has tra n s formed how we communicate with each other, and the marketplace is energized by global competition. It is no surprise then that global healthis a more acceptable term now than it was in the past. Issues surrounding health and disease transcend geographic boundaries and, as health pro fessionals, we are responsible fo r exchanging and sharing our own know l e d g e and expertise with others around the world . Unless we consider gender issues in all aspects of oral health, including health professionals´s education, practice, use of services and products by the public, and all the associated resea rch, we will miss real opportunities to advance the quality of ove rall leadership in o ral health. Women, as leaders in many of these issues, can embrace these opportunities for finding new solutions.
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