60 Credits ACADEMIC YEAR


Pre-requisites: yes. BDS or equivalent and at least 2 years experience in general dentistry

RSD101, 102,104,106, 108(Y1),


Co-requisites: RSD6301, RSD6501

Aims/Description: This module provides the clinical experience for the candidate to become competent in the skills required for Restorative Dentistry practice. The emphasis is on the development of clinical skills within the monospecialty, but embraces a multidisciplinary treatment strategy specific to the needs and expectations of individual patients. Effective communication with colleagues, whilst managing patients for "shared care" will also be developed throughout this unit .

Restrictions on availability: no

Staff Contact: Professor Gareth Griffiths
Teaching Methods: Problem solving, Clinical work
Assessment: Formative assessments - 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. Summative Activity -Clinical Activity -Clinical case-based discussions

Information on the department responsible for this unit (Clinical Dentistry):

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Western Bank, Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK