This module has been designed specifically for distance learning and will help students develop advanced skills in knowledge acquisition, I.T, clinical photography and communication. Students will:
- Develop advanced skills in critically appraising peer reviewed dental literature providing them with a sound foundation for evidence-based clinical practice.
- Develop advanced skills in patient assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning to form a solid foundation for predictable, high quality restorative care.
- Students will carry out a programme of structured practical exercises relating to dental, periodontal and endodontic anatomy to inform restorative procedures (simulation & clinical) in subsequent modules.
Some content will also be delivered at two face-to-face residential courses and will provide teaching and/or practical simulation experience in the following subject areas:
- Treatment planning
- Clinical photography
- Direst restorative techniques
Module Attendance Required
Distance learning. Two one-week residential courses.
Year 1: October-January
- Clinical photography exercise 20%
Presentation of clinical and radiographic images
- S.W.O.T analysis 20%
Reflective presentation on current/baseline clinical practice (PowerPoint presentation - Residential course. module 2 Unit 5)
- Patient information document 20%
Design and development of a practice newsletter
- Critical appraisal of a peer reviewed paper 20%
- Practical dental anatomy exercises 20%
Practical dental anatomy essay
Drawing exercises (Posterior teeth/Anterior teeth / Endodontics / Occlusion /Periodontal anatomy)
Wax carvings (Using models of 8 posterior teeth)
Academics involved in the delivery of this module
Stand Alone Course
This module is not available as a stand alone course.
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