0 Credits DENTISTRY 3

Aims/Description: This unit will introduce students to additional theory, protocols and skills required to work safely and provide treatment to a broader range of patients including paediatric patients, and in a broader range of clinical environments including primary care. Students will be introduced to additional oral diseases and disorders to enable them to recognise their clinical presentation and take appropriate action. Students will also be introduced to further diagnostic and management skills, including dental radiography, so they may begin to formulate appropriate strategies for patients. In addition, students will begin to consolidate their understanding of the legal, ethical and professional obligations. Please refer to the department for details of learning and teaching hours.

Restrictions on availability: EMPTY

Staff Contact: BINGHAM EMMA T
Teaching Methods: Topics will be introduced and understanding and attitudes will be developed through lectures, seminars, tutorials and independent study (LO1-LO13). Skills will be acquired and developed and knowledge and understanding will be deepened through supervised clinical activity. (LO1-LO13).
Assessment: Formal Exam

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Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK