Pre-requisites: Yes. BDS or equivalent and at least 2 years experience in general dentistry
RSD 101, 102, 104, 106, 108
Co-requisites: RSD6301, RSD6501
The candidate will attend consultant clinics and case based discussion seminars which will develop competency in the skills required for Restorative Dentistry practice with an emphasis on the development of a multidisciplinary treatment strategy specific to the needs and expectations of an individual patient. The candidate will be competent at effectively communicating these treatment strategies to the patient and colleagues in primary or secondary care who may be required to execute them.
Restrictions on availability:
||Professor Gareth Griffiths
||Lectures, Tutorials, Independent Study
- Students will be given with feedback on the clinic at the end of each clinical session.
- Students will be required to reflect on this feedback and demonstrate appropriate action in response to this
- Students will make presentations during clinical sessions and case discussions and feedback will be provided.
(i) Clinical Activity
These will consist of Workplace-based Assessments and students will be assessed by achieving 5 satisfactory outcomes at a 'Competent level' (*) of:
- Procedure Based assessments/Directly Observed practical skills (DOPs)
- Mini Clinical Evaluation Exercises (MiniCex) - a form of work-place based assessment
(ii) Clinical Case-based Discussions
Students will be required to achieve 5 satisfactory outcomes at a ┐competent level┐(*) of:
┐ Case-based discussions (CBDs)
(*) 'Competent' - able to complete the task independently.
- Using the competency framework developed and agreed by the School (Clinical Dentistry) Teaching Committee:
Information on the department responsible for this unit (Clinical Dentistry):
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