The Scottish Needs Assessment Programme (SNAP) was started in 1991 as a self-help group of public health medicine consultants to undertake the production of needs assessment, develop methodology and share their findings across Scotland.

The SNAP programme did not include oral health until 1993.

In 2008 the group was restructured with a formal link to the National Dental Advisory Group and renamed the Scottish Dental Needs Assessment Programme (SDNAP).

SDNAP reports can be found below under documents


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