Involve diverse partnering agencies, organizations, associations, and individuals to collaborate in partnerships.
(Potential partners should include a cross-section of the community, such as technical staff; program managers; and leaders from business, media, religious, civic, philanthropic, community, and political realms.)
Community partners should be actively involved in ? aspects of determining and prioritizing the critical issues.
It is crucial to analyze the situation and determine the priority of oral health problems to be addressed in the future.
The community partners must reach a consensus about short- and long-term solutions to address the identified oral health problems
Establish a plan to communicate and disseminate the findings.
Partners present the findings from the data collection and analysis and share information about the overall assessment quest.
Findings should be publicized and distributed widely to various community members with the use of diverse channels of communication such as public forums, new conferences, publications, electronic media, and social media.
Components of a report may include a statement of purpose, materials and methods used, results, a discussion, conclusions, a summary, and an abstract.