(original will be on file in Curriculum Services)                      Form 1, Page 1                                    C...
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Form 1, Page 3     b. Course Information (if applicable) (list prefix, number and title, credit hours and contact hours, f...
Form 1, Page 45.   Include appropriate background information. The following questions are information to include in     y...
Crosby, lcrosby@fccj.edu : 632-5066                                                                                       ...
Form 1, Page 6   COURSE AREA                        CATEGORY    Category I. --                    Communications          ...
Dental Assisting 5649Workforce Certificate ProgramTHE CAREER: Dental assistants are versatile members of the dental health...
**A current Basic Life Support (CPR) certificate (eight hour course) must be completed prior to registering for DEA0029C.R...
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Florida Community College            Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment                               JacksonvilleNOTE:...
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Florida Community College             Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment                             At JacksonvilleNOT...
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Form 2B, Page 4LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S):            TITLES(S):05.0   RECOGNIZE AND PRACTICE SAFETY AN...
Form 2B, Page 5LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S):            TITLES(S):       11.03   Make and use measurement...
Form 2B, Page 6LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S):            TITLES(S):       18.02   Identify types and funct...
Form 2B, Page 7LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S):         TITLES(S):     22.04   Perform expanded functions as...
Florida Community College                 Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment                            At Jacksonville...
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Form 2B, Page 3PROGRAM TITLE:                                  Dental AssistingCOURSE TITLE:                              ...
Form 2B, Page 4LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued)NUMBER(S):             TITLES(S):       05.03   Identify an...
Form 2B, Page 5LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued)NUMBER(S):             TITLES(S):       11.06   Demonstrate...
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Form 2B, Page 7LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued)NUMBER(S):           TITLES(S):     22.14   Select, prepare...
Florida Community College              Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment                            At JacksonvilleNOT...
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Florida Community College               Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment                              At Jacksonville...
FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE                                 NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINECOURSE NUMBER: ...
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  1. 1. (original will be on file in Curriculum Services) Form 1, Page 1 CURRICULUM PROPOSAL REVIEW FORM Proposal Title: Dental Assisting Program Modification Proposal Originator(s): Dr. Jeffrey R Smith Date: 02/14/08 Campus: North Phone Number: 766-6655I have reviewed the attached curriculum proposal and I: DO NOT SUPPORT WITH SUPPORT SUPPORT CONDITIONS □ □ □ _________________________ / ________ I. *Campus President Date CONDITIONS/COMMENTS: □ □ □ ____________________________ / ________ II. *Appropriate Associate Vice President Date CONDITIONS/COMMENTS: □ □ □ _______________________ / ________ III. Chair, Curriculum Committee Date CONDITIONS/COMMENTS: ________________________________ _________________ Approval: □ YES □ NO IV. Executive Vice President For Instruction Date And Student Services CONDITIONS/COMMENTS:*Above signatures are required, with the exception of EVP, before submission for review by curriculumcommittee. 1
  2. 2. Tracking #: 2008-32_ Form 1, Page 2 CURRICULUM ACTION INFORMATION1. Curriculum action(s) proposed: Check all items below that apply to this proposal. PART A PART B ___ *New Program College Credit X Program Modification ___ Associate in Science ___ Associate in Applied Science ___ Program Inactivation ___ Associate in Science Transfer Option ___ Associate in Arts ___ Program Reactivation ___ Technical Certificate ___ Applied Technology Diploma X New Course(s) ___ College Preparatory X Course Modification(s) Non-College Credit X Course Inactivation(s) X Workforce Certificate ___ High School Credit ___ Course Reactivation(s) ___ Other (Specify: ________________) ___ Internal Articulation Agreement College Credit or Non-College Credit ___ General Education Requirement ___ Applied Technology Diploma (ATD) (the following information must be College __ Non-College __ completed) General Education Requirement -- Prerequisite to upper division program, ____ X YES NO Florida Community College Institution Name2. Identify the effective semester for implementation: Fall, 2008 (20091). This term should be a futureterm that would not affect current students negatively. All actions in this package will be effective duringthe term indicated, unless otherwise reflected. Example: Fall Term, 20063. Proposal Actions.a. Program Information, if applicable (list title, program code, degree, state CIP code and summary of thechanges to program). Additionally, if applicable, program layout must include information about “Recordof Conviction of a Crime”, drug screen, background check, immunizations and any other informationrequired for licensing or certifying agents. New programs and significant program modification must besubmit program assessment plan, fiscal projections worksheet, capitalization plan and minutes ofAdvisory Committee meeting detailing employer support for the new program or changes..*See Program Development handbook located at http://www1.fccj.org/program_development/to find outother information that must completed prior to curriculum submission for all new programs. 2
  3. 3. Form 1, Page 3 b. Course Information (if applicable) (list prefix, number and title, credit hours and contact hours, fee if non-credit course. New Courses:Course ID Course Title Credit Hours Contact HoursDEA 0020 Introduction to Clinical Procedures 120DEA 0130 Biological Sciences for the Dental Assistant 60DEA 0850 Dental Assisting Clinical Practice I 112DEA 0029 Dental Specialties 112DEA 0851 Dental Assisting Clinical Practice II 224DEA 0936 Dental Assisting Seminar 28Course ID Course Title Credit Hours Contact Hours Course Modifications:DEA 0311 Dental Health Education New course title: Preventive Dentistry 32DEA 0745 Radiology I 80DEA 0801 Expanded Duties 80DES 0020 Head, Neck, and Dental Anatomy 60DES 0103 Dental Materials 64DES 0501 Practice Management New course title: Dental Office Management 32DEA 0211 Radiology II 64DEA 0746 Pharmacology and Dental Office Emergencies 32HCP 0001 Health Careers Core 90 Course Inactivations:Course ID Course Title Credit Hours Contact HoursDEA0001 Clinical Practice I 48DEA0023 Preclinical 112DEA0022 Introduction to Microbiology 32DEA0029C Clinical Practice II 136DES0044 Oral Pathology 32DEA0301 Dental Nutrition 16DES0400 Anatomy and Physiology for the Dental Assistant 32DEA0850C Clinical Practice III 3004. Should this course be offered in a distance learning or other unique instructional format? (please specify which format) Why or why not?There are courses within the modified curriculum that lend themselves to a blended/hybrid format. One ofthe impediments to students enrolling in our dental assisting program in favor of the proprietary schools isthe full-time nature of our offering. By providing more computer-based learning options, the opportunity forincreasing access grows. 3
  4. 4. Form 1, Page 45. Include appropriate background information. The following questions are information to include in your response. Is this a state requirement? What is the requirement and why must we implement it? Has history shown students need this course/program for some reason? Will this meet some specific workforce, university transfer or student success need? Are there partners, grant requirements, faculty collaborations or other reasons leading to the development of this course/program?No, this program modification is not a state requirement. In 1988, the state made all Florida dental assistingprograms vocational non-college credit programs. They were shortened to 720 hour courses. This meantforfeiture of the American Dental Association accreditation status. The state, in 1998 mandated that alldental assisting programs be 1230 contact hours. Programs throughout the state sought and obtained theADA accreditation status. FCCJ now sees this as a priority for the North Campus dental assisting program.This modification does not meet a workforce, university transfer or student success need.6. Write a rationale/need for the above action(s). This response should address the following questions. Is there a need for this course/program in our service district? How will this impact student success for upper division instruction or job placement? If the College already has a similar course/program, why are we developing this program/course and what are the differences between the programs and courses? How many students and what businesses or transfer institutions will benefit? Does this course/program support a College goal or initiative?These curriculum changes are required to meet the ADA accreditation guidelines for dental assistingprograms. With accreditation comes the opportunity for our graduates to take, upon completion of theprogram, the Certified Dental Assistant examination administered through the Dental Assisting NationalBoard. The CDA is the recognized national credential for the profession and would therefore raise thestandard of dental assistants, not only in the Jacksonville area, but make our graduates competitivethroughout the state and recognized nationally. The North Campus dental assisting program is the onlydental assisting program at FCCJ. The CDA credential is a requirement for instructors in all Florida college-based dental assisting programs. Increasing the pool of qualified applicants would benefit our program in thehiring of adjuncts. With this credential our own graduates would be able to teach as adjuncts in laboratoriesand, with the CDA as an incentive, they may seek higher education which would enable them to teach inlecture courses. This program modification supports the college goals numbers one (Prepare students fordistinctive success, and as outstanding citizens, in the global knowledge economy) and five (Enhanceinstitutional performance and accountability and investment capital).7. Programs, articulated agreements, or courses affected by this proposal: a. Identify other existing programs of study or courses that this proposal will affect, and explain how they will be affected. (Program title, program code, required or elective)This proposal, with the goal of ADA accreditation, would enable the dental programs’ participation in thealready established articulation agreement in Florida between accredited dental assisting programs anddental hygiene programs. b. If there are existing internal or external (inter-institutional) articulation agreements that will be impacted by this proposal request, please contact as appropriate: • Courses intended for transfer and External Upper division articulations (2+2): Lynne 4
  5. 5. Crosby, lcrosby@fccj.edu : 632-5066 Form 1, Page 5 • Internal articulations(ie workforce credit certificate programs to a college credit program): Deborah Morris, damorris@fccj.edu : 633-5909 • Tech Prep (High School) articulations: Debbie Berbig, dberbig@fccj.edu: 632-3277.Fiscal Notes: This response must include specific information on the financial impact to students and theinstitution. This section should be concise, unless there are special circumstances related tothe course/program. This section should address the following questions.Will there be unusual costs to students? Students will see no financial impact from the proposed modifications.Are faculty salaries to teach course/program higher or lower than standard rates? NoWill additional staff or faculty be required and if so, what are the costs to the institution? Additional adjunct faculty will be needed to meet the accreditation requirements of the Commission on Dental Accreditation. The standards require ratios of one instructor for six students during radiology and clinical practice sessions. Recruiting qualified adjunct faculty will be the most difficult challenge associated with meeting accreditation standards.Will the institution have to purchase additional equipment, supplies, software, and/or materials not currentlyowned by the college? To bring the program into compliance with accreditation standards, practice management software will need to be purchased for students to learn. In addition, an introduction of orthodontic assisting into the curriculum will require some expenditure of funds to acquire mannequins, instruments and supplies. Additional small equipment and supplies will be required to provide students with an up-to- date learning experience.Are there grant or business partnerships that will provide funds to establish the course/program? NoWill business partnerships cover the course/program costs? No9. Financial Information: Special fees: (Specify course prefix and number, amount per student, type of fee, justification, and estimated annual academic enrollment. Please be aware the fee must be uniquely related to this course only and the amount charged must not exceed the cost to the College. Contact Finance if you have any questions.) Budget number: 11230200/11232100 Department: Dental Programs10. If you selected this course as a General Education Requirement, you must identify which categorybelow. The course outline, next to course topic must identify the goal number the course topic addresses (a package with the selection criteria will be provided by Curriculum Services). (Place an "X" next to category). 5
  6. 6. Form 1, Page 6 COURSE AREA CATEGORY Category I. -- Communications A __ B __ C __ Category II. -- Humanities A __ B __ Category III. -- Mathematics __ Category IV. -- Natural Sciences A __ B __ Category V. -- Social Environment A __ B __ C __11. Evaluation: This response requests specific information on how you will assess the effectiveness of the course/program as it benefits students and the college. This section is also concise but should address the following: credit transfer course: review of student enrollment, completion and grades, as well as students ability to move to higher level courses if applicable; credit or non- credit workforce: review of student enrollment, completion, job placement, as well as business involvement in development, revision and evaluation of the course/program and student success; and, adult education courses should include the same information as credit transfer courses but should also include job placement analysis. Changes to the curriculum are mandated by the accreditation standards developed by the American Dental Association and have been undertaken with the input from the Dental Programs Advisory Committee. Statistical analysis of enrollment and completion data will be ongoing as will employer satisfaction surveys to determine the effectiveness of our program as it relates to student success in the workplace.12. Do you feel that this proposal will have any special impact on the recruitment and retention of disadvantaged students? If so, please explain. The modifications proposed for the Dental Assisting Program are unlikely to impact whether disadvantaged students enroll in the program. Neither will the changes affect student retention.13. Answer the following (if appropriate). Earn credit how many times: ___ Gordon Rule course: ____ ____ yes no Grading Method or any special instructions: _________________________________________(Include in package as appropriate: program layout for college catalog-see recent catalog for format, courseoutline(s) in appropriate format & OCP information if appropriate.) You may request this from the Curriculumoffice.E-mail package to KPOPE@FCCJ.EDU. If you have any questions, please call 632-3292. The curriculumservices office is located at MCCS/367. Our fax number is 633-8280. 6
  7. 7. Dental Assisting 5649Workforce Certificate ProgramTHE CAREER: Dental assistants are versatile members of the dental health team who work along side thedentist. In many states, dental assistants are assigned patient care responsibilities beyond the dutiestraditionally performed by the dental auxiliary.V Dental charting A. Types of charts B. SymbolsTHE PROGRAM: This program provides students with the theoretical, practical and clinical skills includingdental basic sciences, dental radiographic techniques, dental materials, sterilization and disease control,chair side assisting, office management, dental specialties and expanded duties. The Dental Assistingprogram has been approved by the Florida Board of Dentistry to offer certification in expanded duties anddental radiology. One class is admitted each August.APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Submit the following:1. Official high school transcript/GED scores,2. The Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) is a major criterion in a student’s completion of the program. Students who fail to meet the State of Florida’s designated exit score will be required to complete Vocational Preparatory Instruction (VPI). In order to complete the program successfully, students must achieve or surpass the designated exit score(s). (See Standards of Academic Progress.)3. Completed application form for dental assisting program.Course Number and Title Contact WorkforceProfessional Courses Hours OCP Credits*VPI 0100 Basic Reading Skills*VPI 0200 Basic Mathematical Skills*VPI 0300 Basic Language SkillsHCP 0001 Health Careers Core 90 A = 90 3.00DEA 0020 Introduction to Clinical Procedures 120 B 4.00DES 0020 Head, Neck & Dental Anatomy 60 B 2.00DEA 0130 Biological Sciences for the Dental Assistant 60 B 2.00DES 0103 Dental Materials 64 B 2.00DEA 0745 Radiology I 80 B 2.50DES 0501 Dental Office Management 32 B 1.00DEA 0029 Dental Specialties 112 B 1.50DEA 0746 Pharmacology and Dental Office Emergencies 32 B 1.00DEA 0211 Radiology II 64 B 2.00DEA 0311 Preventive Dentistry 32 B 1.00DEA 0850 Dental Assisting Clinical Practice I 112 B 1.50DEA 0801 Expanded Duties 120 B 4.00DEA 0851 Dental Assisting Clinical Practice II 224 B 7.50DEA 0936 Seminar 28 B = 1,230 1.00 Total Contact Hours 1,230*Students who have satisfactory test scores are not required to take these courses. 7
  8. 8. **A current Basic Life Support (CPR) certificate (eight hour course) must be completed prior to registering for DEA0029C.RECORD OF CONVICTION OF A CRIMEClinical agencies may require students to undergo drug screening and criminal background checks prior toplacement in the agencies for clinical experiences. Students whose drug screening and criminal backgroundchecks are unsatisfactory may be denied access to clinical experiences by the clinical agencies. Withdrawalfrom the program may be necessary if students cannot be placed for clinical experiences.Students who are unable to complete the clinical requirements after acceptance into selective accessprograms are not eligible for refunds of tuition. 8
  9. 9. Form 2B, Page 1 FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINECOURSE NUMBER: DEA 0020COURSE TITLE: Introduction to Clinical ProceduresPREREQUISITE(S): Admission to the Dental Assisting ProgramCOREQUISITE(S): 1st term dental assisting coursesTOTAL CONTACT HOURS: 120 (40 Lecture/ 80 Lab) (For Office Use Only: Vocational Credits 4.0 )FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: 4STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZEALLOCATION: 24COURSE DESCRIPTION:A comprehensive course designed to acquaint students with the many aspects of assisting at chairside in thetreatment of dental patients. Among areas included are patient management techniques, taking andrecording medical and dental histories, vital signs, performing and assisting with clinical examinations andcharting, assisting with local anesthesia and all areas of dental treatment, operating and maintaining dentalequipment and sterilizers. This course is an introduction to clinical assisting skills. Students will assist withintroducing the patient to the clinic and operating policies, establishing records, perform as a chairsideassistant in various simulated dental procedures.SUGGESTED TEXT(S): Bird, D. & Robinson, D., Modern Dental Assisting, 9th edition, Elsevier Saunders Publishing, 2008 Dietz, Ellen, Safety Standards and Infection Control for Dental Assistants, Delmar, 2002.IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Fall Term, 2008 (20091)REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: 9
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  11. 11. Form 2B, Page 2 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPICI History of dentistry and related fields 2 A. Dentistry and dental specialties B. Dental assisting C. Dental hygiene D. Dental laboratory technologyII Education, training, and professional organizations 2 A. ADA B. ADAA C. ADHAIII Medical and dental histories, patient assessment 10 A. Obtained orally B. Written, then reviewed C. Related forms D. Latex allergiesIV Clinical examination A. Extraoral exam B. Intraoral exam C. Documentation on patient recordV. Dental Charting 10 A. Types of Charting B. SymbolsVI Four-handed dentistry 6 A. Work simplification B. Dental team positioning C. Patient positioning D. Classification of motionsVII Instrument transfer 7 A. Five step method B. Instrument grasps C. Mirror and explorer transfer D. Special transfer situationsVIII Seating the patient and treatment plans 6 A. Treatment plans B. Case presentation C. Seating the patient 11
  12. 12. Form 2B, Page 3 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPICIX Hand instruments 8 A. Instrument formulas B. Instrument design C. Instrument functionsX Moisture control in the oral cavity 6 A. HVE B. Saliva ejector C. Rinsing the oral cavityXI Rotary instruments 6 A. Handpiece design and function B. Bur design and function C. Auxiliary attachments and functionXII Dental office design and disease prevention 2 A. Equipment and organization in reception, administrative, and treatment areas B. Disease prevention in the dental officeXIII Clinic and lab equipment operation, maintenance, and asepsis 11 A. Disinfection, barriers and maintenance in the operatories B. Sterilization equipment and operation C. Instrument recirculation D. Dental unit waterlines and biofilm E. Reducing bacterial contamination in DUWLXIV Anesthesia and pain control 8 A. Tray set-up for local anesthesia administration B. Patient preparation C. Topical and local anesthesia administration D. Nitrous oxide/oxygen sedation E. Standard precautions F. Sharps managementXV Principles of cavity preparation 4 A. Terminology B. G.V. Black’s cavity preparation design C. Principles and stepsXVI Amalgam restoration 12 A. Tray set-up B. Dental assistant chairside responsibilities C. Pin retained restorations 12
  13. 13. Form 2B, Page 4 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPICXVII Composite restoration 13 A. Tray set-up B. Dental assistant chairside responsibilities C. Shade selection D. Veneers 13
  14. 14. Form 2B, Page 5PROGRAM TITLE: Dental AssistingCOURSE TITLE: Introduction to Clinical ProceduresCIP NUMBER: 0317.010100LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S): TITLES(S):07.0 RECOGNIZE AND PRACTICE INFECTION CONTROL PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 07.01 Demonstrate knowledge of medical asepsis and practice procedures such as handwashing and isolation. 07.02 Demonstrate knowledge of surgical asepsis as utilized in sterilization. 07.03 Describe how to dispose correctly of biohazardous materials, according to appropriate government guidelines such as OSHA.10.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF BLOOD BORNE DISEASES, INCLUDING AIDS--The student will be able to: 10.04 Apply infection control techniques designed to prevent the spread of diseases caused by blood borne pathogens to the care of all patients following Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.16.0 RECORD PATIENT ASSESSMENT DATA--The student will be able to: 16.01 Take and record medical-dental histories. 16.02 Perform a visual assessment of existing oral conditions. 16.03 Record conditions diagnosed by the dentist17.0 IDENTIFY THE FUNCTIONS OF PHARMACOLOGY AND ANESTHESIA AS THEY RELATE TO DENTISTRY--The student will be able to: 17.06 Identify properties of anesthetics. 17.07 Prepare syringes for the administration of local anesthetics.18.0 IDENTIFY, DESCRIBE, MAINTAIN AND UTILIZE DENTAL INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT-- The student will be able to: 18.01 Identify various types, functions and operations of dental operatory and laboratory equipment. 18.02 Identify types and functions of operative, restorative, surgical, prosthodonic, orthodontic and endodontic dental instruments. 18.03 Maintain dental operatory equipment and instruments. 18.04 Identify types and functions of specific dental hygiene instruments with emphasis on category rather than individual instruments. 14
  15. 15. Form 2B, Page 6LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (continued)NUMBER(S): TITLES(S):22.0 PERFORM CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING FOR SPECIALTY PROCEDURES -- The student will be able to: 22.01 Apply principles of four handed dentistry. 22.02 Evacuate and maintain the operating field. 22.04 Assemble instruments and assist in general and specialty dental procedures. 22.05 Prepare tray set-ups for specific specialty procedures. 15
  16. 16. Florida Community College Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment JacksonvilleNOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand toaccommodate your entry.Section 1 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC):      COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: DEA 0020 CONTACT HOURS (NCC): 120COURSE TITLE: Introduction to Clinical ProceduresSection 2TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply) AA Elective AS Required Professional Course College Prep AS Professional AAS Required Professional Course Technical Certificate Elective Other       PSAV Apprenticeship General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)Section 3 (If applicable)INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES: Communications Social & Behavioral Sciences Mathematics Natural Sciences HumanitiesSection 4INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES: Quantitative Scientific Method of Reading Speaking Critical Analysis Skills Inquiry Information Ethical Writing Listening Working Collaboratively Literacy JudgmentSection 5 LEARNING OUTCOMES METHOD OF ASSESSMENT • Completers will be able to obtain and review a Practical examination 1 patient’s medical and dental history      • Completers will be able to disinfect and prepare a Practical examination      2 dental operatory in preparation for a patient visit Completers will be able to successfully • differentiate hand and rotary instruments Written and practical exam 3 commonly used in dentistry Section 6 Name of Person Completing This Form: Dr. Jeffrey Smith Date:  2-14-2008     16
  17. 17. Form 2B, Page 1 FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINECOURSE NUMBER: DEA 0130COURSE TITLE: Biological Sciences for the Dental AssistantPREREQUISITE(S): Admission to Dental Assisting ProgramCOREQUISITE(S): First term dental assisting coursesTOTAL CONTACT HOURS: 60 (60 Lecture/ 0 Lab) (For Office Use Only: Vocational Credits 2.0)FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: 2STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZEALLOCATION: 24COURSE DESCRIPTION:This course includes a conglomeration of biology-related courses that a dental assistant should havefamiliarity with to better serve their dentist employer and their patients. Topics to be discussed include… •Microbiology •Oral & General Pathology •Anatomy & Physiology •NutritionEach subject will be examined with a particular focus on their application to patient treatment.SUGGESTED TEXT(S): Bird, D. & Robinson, D., Modern Dental Assisting, 9th edition, Elsevier Saunders Publishing, 2008. Dietz, Ellen, Safety Standards and Infection Control for Dental Assistants, Delmar, 2002. Simmers, Louise, Diversified Health Occupations, 6th edition, Delmar, 2004.IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Fall Term, 2008 (20091)REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: 17
  18. 18. Form 2B, Page 2 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPICI Definitions, history and vocabulary related to microbiology 1 A. Discovery of the science B. Terminology related to microbiologyII Microorganisms described: classification and structure 1 A. Classification – major groups of microbes B. Structure – factors influencing microbial growthIII Techniques used to study microorganisms 1 A. Microscopes B. Staining techniquesIV Environmental conditions: growth, death and sterilization 1V Role of microorganisms in producing disease and disease transmission 2 A. Host/pathogen relationship B. Epidemiology of diseaseVI Viruses in the dental environment 2 A. Etiology B. EpidemiologyVII Bacteria in the dental environment 3 A. Etiology B. EpidemiologyVIII Fungi in the dental environment 1 A. Etiology B. EpidemiologyIX Hepatitis and HIV in the dental environment 2X Microbes in caries, periodontal disease, and other types of oral infection 2 A. Normal oral flora B. Pathogenic oral microbesXI Principles of oral disease and pathology 3 A. Diagnostic techniques B. BiopsiesXII Inflammation, immunity and repair 2 A. Inflammatory process B. Tissue repair 18
  19. 19. Form 2B, Page 3 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPICXIII Developmental disorders 2 A. Causes B. IdentificationXIV Ulcerative and white lesions 2 A. Causes B. IdentificationXV Odontogenic cysts and tumors 1 A. Causes B. IdentificationXVI Benign tumors 1 A. Causes B. IdentificationXVII Malignant tumors 2 A. Causes B. IdentificationXVIII Principles of oral infection 1XIX Endocrine disorders 1 A. Causes B. IdentificationXX Salivary gland disorders 1 A. Causes B. IdentificationXXI Gastrointestinal and genitourinary disorders 1 A. Causes B. IdentificationXXII Hematologic disorders, including oral manifestations of HIV and AIDS 2 A. Types of lesions B. IdentificationXXIII Bone and TMJ disorders 2 A. Causes B. Identification 19
  20. 20. Form 2B, Page 4 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPICXXIV The body as a whole 2 A. Cells and human development B. Tissues, body planes, cavities, regionsXXV Systems that support and move the body 2 A. Integumentary B. Skeletal C. MuscleXXVI Systems that control body functions 3 A. Endocrine B. NervousXXVII Systems providing transportation and immunity 2 A. Circulatory B. Respiratory C. LymphaticXXVIII Systems that process food and eliminate waste 2 A. Digestive B. UrinaryXXIX Systems that reproduce the body 2 A. Female reproductive system B. Male reproductive systemXXX Introduction to nutrition and dental health 1 A. Definition of terms B. Nutrition and dental healthXXXI Digestion, absorption and metabolism 1 A. Mechanical and chemical digestion B. Absorption C. MetabolismXXXII Key nutrients 5 A. Carbohydrates B. Proteins C. Fats D. Water E. Vitamins F. Minerals 20
  21. 21. Form 2B, Page 5 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPICXXXIII Dietary guidelines 1 A. Food guide pyramid B. Food labelingXXXIV Special nutritional needs 1 A. Prenatal and childhood B. Adulthood and elderly C. Special dietsXXXV Special diets for dental patients 1 A. Diets to reduce oral disease B. Post dental surgery diets 21
  22. 22. Form 2B, Page 6PROGRAM TITLE: Dental AssistingCOURSE TITLE: Biological Sciences for the Dental AssistantCIP NUMBER: 0317.010100LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S): TITLES(S):4.0 DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF AND APPLY WELLNESS AND DISEASE CONCEPTS -- The student will be able to: 04.01 Develop a basic understanding of the structure and function of the body systems. 04.02 Identify personal health practices and environmental factors which affect optimal function of each of the major body systems. 04.03 Identify psychological reactions to illness including defense mechanisms. 04.04 Recognize the steps in the grief process. 04.05 Explain basic concepts of positive self image, wellness and stress. 04.06 Develop a wellness and stress control plan that can be used in personal and professional life. 04.07 Explain the nutrition pyramid.14.0 IDENTIFY PRINCIPLES OF MICROBIOLOGY AND DISEASE PREVENTION AND PERFORM INFECTION CONTROL PROCEDURES --The student will be able to: 14.01 Differentiate between pathogenic and non-pathogenic microorganisms. 14.02 Describe pathogens and modes of disease transmission. 14.03 Differentiate between aseptic and non-aseptic environments. 14.04 Perform aseptic hand washing technique. 14.05 Describe and apply methods of cleaning, disinfection and sterilization.15.0 IDENTIFY STRUCTURES AND EXPLAIN FUNCTIONS AND PATHOLOGIES OF DENTAL AND GENERAL ANATOMY--The student will be able to: 15.05 Recognize and describe oral pathological conditions.21.0 DESCRIBE PRINCIPLES AND PERFORM TECHNIQUES OF PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY--The student will be able to: 21.03 Identify the elements of nutrition, basic food groups and acceptable diets. 21.04 Identify deficiencies that manifest symptoms in the oral cavity. 22
  23. 23. Florida Community College Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment At JacksonvilleNOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand toaccommodate your entry.Section 1 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC):COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: DEA 0130       CONTACT HOURS (NCC): 60COURSE TITLE: Biological Sciences for the Dental AssistantSection 2TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply) AA Elective AS Required Professional Course College Prep Technical AS Professional Elective AAS Required Professional Course Certificate Other       PSAV Apprenticeship General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)Section 3 (If applicable)INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES: Communications Social & Behavioral Sciences Mathematics Natural Sciences HumanitiesSection 4INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES: Critical Quantitative Scientific Method Reading Speaking Analysis Skills of Inquiry Information Ethical Working Writing Listening Literacy Judgment Collaboratively Section 5 LEARNING OUTCOMES METHOD OF ASSESSMENT Completers will be able to differentiate • 1 between bacteria, viruses and fungi and name Written examination diseases caused by each Completers will be able to identify common • 2 oral pathological conditions and describe their Written examination      causes and treatments Completers will be able to identify the • 3 structures associated with and the function Written examination of the systems of the bodySection 6Name of Person Completing This Form: Dr. Jeffrey Smith Date:  2-14-2008     Form 2B, Page 1 23
  24. 24. FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINECOURSE NUMBER: DEA 0029COURSE TITLE: Dental SpecialtiesPREREQUISITE(S): Successful completion of first term assisting coursesCOREQUISITE(S): Second term dental assisting coursesTOTAL CONTACT HOURS: 112 (34 Lecture/ 22 Lab/ 56 Clinical) (For Office Use Only: Vocational Credits 3.5 )FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: 3.73STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZEALLOCATION: 24This course will examine all of the dental specialties including their instrumentation and procedures. The labcomponent will familiarize the students with the instrumentation utilized by each specialty and the clinicalrotations will provide the student with an opportunity to observe the dental specialist and assistant as theytreat patients.SUGGESTED TEXT(S): Bird & Robinson, Modern Dental Assisting, W. B. Saunders, 9th edition, 2008.IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Fall Term, 2008 (20091)REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: 24
  25. 25. Form 2B, Page 2 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPICI Fixed Prosthodontics 15 A. Procedures B. Instruments C. Duties of dental assistant D. Expanded dutiesII Endodontics 8 A. Instruments B. Duties of dental assistant C. ProceduresIII Oral and maxillofacial surgery 8 A. Procedures B. Instruments C. Duties of dental assistant D. Expanded dutiesIV Pediatric dentistry 6 A. Procedures B. Patient management C. Duties of dental assistantV Orthodontics 8 A. Procedures B. Instruments C. Duties of dental assistant D. Expanded dutiesVI Periodontics 6 A. Procedures B. Instruments C. Duties of dental assistant D. Expanded dutiesVII Forensic dentistry 2 A. History of forensic science B. Forensics in dentistryVIII Geriatric dentistry 2 A. Procedures B. Patient management C. Disease/age related oral conditions 25
  26. 26. Form 2B, Page 3 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPIC IX Dental implants 1 A. Procedures B. Instruments/equipment X Clinical rotation in dental specialty practices 56 26
  27. 27. Form 2B, Page 4PROGRAM TITLE: Dental AssistingCOURSE TITLE: Dental SpecialtiesCIP NUMBER: 0317.010100LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S): TITLES(S):18.0 IDENTIFY, DESCRIBE, MAINTAIN AND UTILIZE DENTAL INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT -- The student will be able to: 18.02 Identify types and functions of operative, restorative, surgical, prosthodontic, orthodontic and endodontic dental instruments.22.0 PERFORM CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING FOR SPECIALTY PROCEDURES -- The student will be able to: 22.01 Assemble instruments and assist in general and specialty dental procedures. 22.12 Prepare tray set-ups for specific specialty procedures. 27
  28. 28. Florida Community College Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment At JacksonvilleNOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand toaccommodate your entry.Section 1 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC):COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: DEA 0029       CONTACT HOURS (NCC): 112COURSE TITLE: Dental SpecialtiesSection 2TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply) AA Elective AS Required Professional Course College Prep Technical AS Professional Elective AAS Required Professional Course Certificate Other       PSAV Apprenticeship General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)Section 3 (If applicable)INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES: Communications Social & Behavioral Sciences Mathematics Natural Sciences HumanitiesSection 4INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES: Critical Quantitative Scientific Method Reading Speaking Analysis Skills of Inquiry Information Ethical Working Writing Listening Literacy Judgment Collaboratively Section 5 LEARNING OUTCOMES METHOD OF ASSESSMENT Completers will be able to list and describe the • 1 dental specialties that have been approved by the Written examination American Dental Association Completers will be able to identify the unique • 2 instruments utilized by each of the dental Practical examination specialties discussed Completers will be able to discuss post-operative • 3 instructions with a patient as would be given in a Practical examination specialty officeSection 6Name of Person Completing This Form: Dr. Jeffrey Smith Date:  2-14-2008     28
  29. 29. Form 2B, Page 1 FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINECOURSE NUMBER: DEA 0850COURSE TITLE: Dental Assisting Clinical Practice IPREREQUISITE(S): Successful completion of first term dental assisting coursesCOREQUISITE(S): Second term dental assisting coursesTOTAL CONTACT HOURS: 112 (16 Lecture/ 0 Lab/ 96 Clinic) (For Office Use Only: Vocational Credits 3.5FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: 3.73STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZEALLOCATION: 24COURSE DESCRIPTION:This course is designed as an introduction to clinical dental assisting. Students obtain experience in allaspects of dental office procedures by working in the school’s clinic with a dentist. In addition, students willrotate through other community clinics where they will get an opportunity to work with a varied patientpopulation.SUGGESTED TEXT(S): Bird & Robinson, Modern Dental Assisting, W. B. Saunders, 9th edition, 2008.IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Fall Term, 2008 (20091)REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: 29
  30. 30. Form 2B, Page 2 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPICI Disinfection and Preparation of Dental Operatory 6II Medical/Dental History Taking 6III Exposing, Processing and Mounting Dental Radiographs 16IV Chair side Assisting and Instrument Transfer 20V Laboratory Skills Development 6VI Use of Autoclave and Instrument Preparation 8VII Development of Communication Skills and Interpersonal Relationships 6VIII Observation of Dental Procedures 6IX Office Management Skill Development 2X Expanded Duties Skills 20XI Knowledge sharing from clinical experiences 16 30
  31. 31. Form 2B, Page 3PROGRAM TITLE: Dental AssistingCOURSE TITLE: Dental Assisting Clinical Practice ICIP NUMBER: 0317.010100LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S): TITLES(S):Depending on each individual dental practice varying standards are addressed. Emphasis is placed on thefollowing outcomes:02.0 DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE AND USE INTERPERSONAL SKILLS EFFECTIVELY--The student will be able to: 02.01 Develop basic listening skills. 02.02 Develop basic observational skills and related documentation strategies in written and oral form. 02.03 Identify characteristics of successful and unsuccessful communication including barriers. 02.04 Respond to verbal and non-verbal cues. 02.05 Compose written communication using correct spelling, grammar, and format. 02.06 Use appropriate medical terminology and abbreviations. 02.07 Recognize the importance of courtesy and respect for patients and other health care workers and maintain good interpersonal relationships. 02.08 Recognize the importance of patient/client education regarding health care. 02.09 Adapt communication skills to varied levels of understanding and cultural orientation. 02.10 Demonstrate telephone usage including taking messages. 02.11 Demonstrate ability to give and follow directions. 02.12 Distinguish between factual reports and personal opinion. 02.13 Read and discuss technical material.03.0 DEMONSTRATE LEGAL AND ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES--The student will be able to: 03.01 Discuss the legal framework of the health care occupation. 03.02 Explain the medical liability of health care workers. 03.03 Explain the patients "Bill of Rights." 03.04 Describe a Code of Ethics consistent with the health care occupation. 03.05 Discuss the importance of maintaining confidentiality of information, including computer information. 03.06 Recognize the limits of authority and responsibility of health care workers. 03.07 Recognize and report illegal and unethical practices of health care workers. 03.08 Recognize and report abuse and neglect. 03.09 Recognize sexual harassment and domestic violence. 31
  32. 32. Form 2B, Page 4LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S): TITLES(S):05.0 RECOGNIZE AND PRACTICE SAFETY AND SECURITY PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 05.01 Demonstrate the safe use of medical equipment. 05.02 Recognize and report safety hazards. 05.03 Identify and practice security procedures for medical supplies and equipment. 05.04 Demonstrate proper body mechanics. 05.05 Demonstrate the procedure for properly identifying patients. 05.06 Demonstrate procedures for the safe transport and transfer of patients. 05.07 Describe fire safety and evacuation procedures.06.0 RECOGNIZE AND RESPOND TO EMERGENCY SITUATIONS--The student will be able to: 06.01 Monitor and record vital signs. 06.02 Describe legal parameters relating to the administration of emergency care. 06.03 Attain and maintain CPR skills. 06.04 Demonstrate basic understanding of first aid and emergency care. 06.05 Recognize adverse drug related emergencies and take appropriate first aid action.07.0 RECOGNIZE AND PRACTICE INFECTION CONTROL PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 07.01 Demonstrate knowledge of medical asepsis and practice procedures such as handwashing and isolation. 07.02 Demonstrate knowledge of surgical asepsis as utilized in sterilization. 07.03 Describe how to dispose correctly of biohazardous materials, according to appropriate government guidelines such as OSHA.10.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF BLOOD BORNE DISEASES, INCLUDING AIDS--The student will be able to: 10.01 Distinguish between fact and fallacy about the transmission and treatment of diseases caused by blood borne pathogens including Hepatitis B. 10.02 Identify community resources and services available to the individuals with diseases caused by blood borne pathogens. 10.03 Identify "at risk" behaviors which promote the spread of diseases caused by blood borne pathogens and the public education necessary to combat the spread of these diseases. 10.04 Apply infection control techniques designed to prevent the spread of diseases caused by blood borne pathogens to the care of all patients following Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. 10.05 Demonstrate knowledge of the legal aspects of AIDS, including testing.11.0 APPLY BASIC MATH AND SCIENCE SKILLS--The student will be able to: 11.01 Draw, read, and report on graphs, charts and tables. 11.02 Measure time, temperature, distance, capacity, and mass/weight. 32
  33. 33. Form 2B, Page 5LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S): TITLES(S): 11.03 Make and use measurements in both traditional and metric units. 11.04 Make estimates and approximations and judge the reasonableness of the result. 11.05 Convert from regular to 24 hour time. 11.06 Demonstrate ability to evaluate and draw conclusions. 11.07 Organize and communicate the results obtained by observation and experimentation. 11.08 Ask appropriate scientific questions and recognize what is involved in experimental approaches to the solution of such questions. 11.09 Calculate ratios.13.0 PERFORM GENERAL OFFICE PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 13.01 Maintain appointment control. 13.02 Maintain an active recall system. 13.03 Prepare and maintain accurate patient records. 13.4 Prepare and maintain patient financial records, collect fees. 13.05 Prepare and maintain office financial records. 13.06 Prepare and maintain dental office inventory control and purchasing. 13.07 Demonstrate public relations responsibilities of the secretary/receptionist. 13.08 Demonstrate skills on office equipment. 13.09 Maintain office environment. 13.10 Receive and dismiss patients and visitors. 13.11 Describe dental office emergencies and their prevention and treatment.14.0 IDENTIFY PRINCIPLES OF MICROBIOLOGY AND DISEASE PREVENTION AND PERFORM INFECTION CONTROL PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 14.01 Differentiate between pathogenic and non-pathogenic microorganisms. 14.02 Describe pathogens and modes of disease transmission. 14.03 Differentiate between aseptic and non-aseptic environments. 14.04 Perform aseptic handwashing technique. 14.05 Describe and apply methods of cleaning, disinfection and sterilization.16.0 RECORD PATIENT ASSESSMENT DATA--The student will be able to: 16.01 Record medical-dental histories. 16.02 Record assessment of existing oral conditions. 16.03 Record conditions diagnosed by the dentist.18.0 IDENTIFY, DESCRIBE, MAINTAIN AND UTILIZE DENTAL INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT-- The student will be able to: 18.01 Identify various types, functions and operations of dental operatory and laboratory equipment. 33
  34. 34. Form 2B, Page 6LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S): TITLES(S): 18.02 Identify types and functions of operative, restorative, surgical, prosthodonic, orthodontic and endodontic dental instruments. 18.03 Maintain dental operatory equipment and instruments. 18.04 Identify types and functions of specific dental hygiene instruments with emphasis on category rather than individual instruments.19.0 IDENTIFY AND PERFORM DENTAL AND CARPAL RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 19.01 Describe history, physics and biological effects of ionizing radiation. 19.02 Identify parts of the X-ray machine including accessories. 19.03 Demonstrate radiologic health protection techniques. 19.04 Perform dark room/processing procedures, mix solutions. 19.05 Place and expose standard dental films, digital and carpal radiographic films. 19.06 Identify radiographic anatomical landmarks. 19.07 Mount radiographic surveys. 19.08 Maintain unexposed film inventory and storage.20.0 IDENTIFY PROPERTIES AND USES, AND MANIPULATE DENTAL MATERIALS--The student will be able to: 20.01 Identify properties and uses and manipulate gypsum. 20.02 Identify properties and uses and manipulate restorative materials. 20.03 Identify properties and uses and manipulate dental cements. 20.04 Identify properties and uses and manipulate impression materials. 20.05 Identify properties and uses and manipulate acrylics and/or thermoplastics. 20.06 Identify properties and uses and manipulate waxes. 20.07 Perform dental laboratory procedures to include the fabrication of casts, custom trays and/or temporary crowns and bridges. 20.08 Clean and polish removable dental appliances.21.0 DESCRIBE PRINCIPLES AND PERFORM TECHNIQUES OF PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY--The student will be able to: 21.01 Identify and instruct patients on applicable methods of preventive dentistry. 21.02 Prepare set up for oral prophylaxis and apply anticariogenic treatments. 21.03 Identify the elements of nutrition, basic food groups and acceptable diets. 21.04 Identify deficiencies that manifest symptoms in the oral cavity.22.0 PERFORM CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING FOR SPECIALTY PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 22.1 Prepare and maintain aseptic working area and sterile instruments for intraoral procedures. 22.2 Apply principles of four handed dentistry 22.03 Evacuate and maintain the operating field. 34
  35. 35. Form 2B, Page 7LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S): TITLES(S): 22.04 Perform expanded functions as permitted by the Florida statute/law pertaining to dentistry. 22.05 Assemble instruments and assist in general and specialty dental procedures. 22.6 Prepare tray set-ups for specific specialty procedures. 22.7 Select, prepare, mix, and manipulate correct dental materials for general and specialty procedures. 22.8 Take medical-dental histories. 22.9 Perform a visual assessment of existing oral conditions. 22.10 Chart conditions as diagnosed by dentist. 22.11 Record treatment plan, treatment, and prescriptions in patients chart. 22.12 Demonstrate appropriate patient management skills. 35
  36. 36. Florida Community College Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment At JacksonvilleNOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand toaccommodate your entry.Section 1 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC):      COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: DEA 0850___ CONTACT HOURS (NCC): 112COURSE TITLE: Dental Assisting Clinical Practice ISection 2TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply) AA Elective AS Required Professional Course College Prep AS Professional AAS Required Professional Course Technical Certificate Elective Other       PSAV Apprenticeship General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)Section 3 (If applicable)INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES: Communications Social & Behavioral Sciences Mathematics Natural Sciences HumanitiesSection 4INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES: Quantitative Scientific Method of Reading Speaking Critical Analysis Skills Inquiry Information Ethical Writing Listening Working Collaboratively Literacy JudgmentSection 5 LEARNING OUTCOMES METHOD OF ASSESSMENT Completers will perform functions of a dental •1 Competency evaluations assistant in a clinical setting Completers will demonstrate professionalism • 2 in their interactions with the staff at clinical Competency evaluations sitesSection 6 Name of Person Completing This Form: Dr. Jeffrey Smith Date: 2-14-2008 Form 2B, Page 1 36
  37. 37. FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINECOURSE NUMBER: DEA 0851COURSE TITLE: Dental Assisting Clinical Practice IIPREREQUISITE(S): Successful completion of first & second term dental assisting coursesCOREQUISITE(S): Dental Assisting Seminar courseTOTAL CONTACT HOURS: 224 (0 Lecture/ 0 Lab/ 224 Clinic) (For Office Use Only: Vocational Credits 7.5 )FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: 7.46STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZEALLOCATION: 24COURSE DESCRIPTION:This course is designed as an externship for each student with one or more private practitioner(s) indentistry. Students obtain experience in all aspects of dental office procedures.SUGGESTED TEXT(S): Bird & Robinson, Modern Dental Assisting, W. B. Saunders, 9th edition, 2008.IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Fall Term, 2008 (20091)REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: 37
  38. 38. Form 2B, Page 2 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPICI Disinfection and Preparation of Dental Operatory 15II Medical/Dental History Taking 15III Exposing, Processing and Mounting Dental Radiographs 30IV Chair side Assisting and Instrument Transfer 44V Laboratory Skills Development 15VI Use of Autoclave and Instrument Preparation 15VII Development of Communication Skills and Interpersonal Relationships 15VIII Observation of Dental Procedures 15IX Office Management Skill Development 15X Expanded Duties Skills 45 38
  39. 39. Form 2B, Page 3PROGRAM TITLE: Dental AssistingCOURSE TITLE: Dental Assisting Clinical Practice IICIP NUMBER: 0317.010100LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S): TITLES(S):Depending on each individual dental practice varying standards are addressed. Emphasis is placed on thefollowing outcomes:02.0 DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE AND USE INTERPERSONAL SKILLS EFFECTIVELY--The student will be able to: 02.01 Develop basic listening skills. 02.02 Develop basic observational skills and related documentation strategies in written and oral form. 02.03 Identify characteristics of successful and unsuccessful communication including barriers. 02.04 Respond to verbal and non-verbal cues. 02.05 Compose written communication using correct spelling, grammar, and format. 02.06 Use appropriate medical terminology and abbreviations. 02.07 Recognize the importance of courtesy and respect for patients and other health care workers and maintain good interpersonal relationships. 02.08 Recognize the importance of patient/client education regarding health care. 02.09 Adapt communication skills to varied levels of understanding and cultural orientation. 02.10 Demonstrate telephone usage including taking messages. 02.11 Demonstrate ability to give and follow directions. 02.12 Distinguish between factual reports and personal opinion. 02.13 Read and discuss technical material.03.0 DEMONSTRATE LEGAL AND ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES--The student will be able to: 03.01 Discuss the legal framework of the health care occupation. 03.02 Explain the medical liability of health care workers. 03.03 Explain the patients "Bill of Rights." 03.04 Describe a Code of Ethics consistent with the health care occupation. 03.05 Discuss the importance of maintaining confidentiality of information, including computer information. 03.06 Recognize the limits of authority and responsibility of health care workers. 03.07 Recognize and report illegal and unethical practices of health care workers. 03.08 Recognize and report abuse and neglect. 03.09 Recognize sexual harassment and domestic violence.05.0 RECOGNIZE AND PRACTICE SAFETY AND SECURITY PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 05.01 Demonstrate the safe use of medical equipment. 05.02 Recognize and report safety hazards. 39
  40. 40. Form 2B, Page 4LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued)NUMBER(S): TITLES(S): 05.03 Identify and practice security procedures for medical supplies and equipment. 05.04 Demonstrate proper body mechanics. 05.05 Demonstrate the procedure for properly identifying patients. 05.06 Demonstrate procedures for the safe transport and transfer of patients. 05.07 Describe fire safety and evacuation procedures.06.0 RECOGNIZE AND RESPOND TO EMERGENCY SITUATIONS--The student will be able to: 06.01 Monitor and record vital signs. 06.02 Describe legal parameters relating to the administration of emergency care. 06.03 Attain and maintain CPR skills. 06.04 Demonstrate basic understanding of first aid and emergency care. 06.05 Recognize adverse drug related emergencies and take appropriate first aid action.07.0 RECOGNIZE AND PRACTICE INFECTION CONTROL PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 07.01 Demonstrate knowledge of medical asepsis and practice procedures such as handwashing and isolation. 07.02 Demonstrate knowledge of surgical asepsis as utilized in sterilization. 07.03 Describe how to dispose correctly of biohazardous materials, according to appropriate government guidelines such as OSHA.10.0 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE OF BLOOD BORNE DISEASES, INCLUDING AIDS--The student will be able to: 10.01 Distinguish between fact and fallacy about the transmission and treatment of diseases caused by blood borne pathogens including Hepatitis B. 10.02 Identify community resources and services available to the individuals with diseases caused by blood borne pathogens. 10.03 Identify "at risk" behaviors which promote the spread of diseases caused by blood borne pathogens and the public education necessary to combat the spread of these diseases. 10.04 Apply infection control techniques designed to prevent the spread of diseases caused by blood borne pathogens to the care of all patients following Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. 10.05 Demonstrate knowledge of the legal aspects of AIDS, including testing.11.0 APPLY BASIC MATH AND SCIENCE SKILLS--The student will be able to: 11.01 Draw, read, and report on graphs, charts and tables. 11.02 Measure time, temperature, distance, capacity, and mass/weight. 11.03 Make and use measurements in both traditional and metric units. 11.04 Make estimates and approximations and judge the reasonableness of the result. 11.05 Convert from regular to 24 hour time. 40
  41. 41. Form 2B, Page 5LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued)NUMBER(S): TITLES(S): 11.06 Demonstrate ability to evaluate and draw conclusions. 11.07 Organize and communicate the results obtained by observation and experimentation. 11.08 Ask appropriate scientific questions and recognize what is involved in experimental approaches to the solution of such questions. 11.09 Calculate ratios.13.0 PERFORM GENERAL OFFICE PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 13.01 Maintain appointment control. 13.02 Maintain an active recall system. 13.03 Prepare and maintain accurate patient records. 13.5 Prepare and maintain patient financial records, collect fees. 13.05 Prepare and maintain office financial records. 13.06 Prepare and maintain dental office inventory control and purchasing. 13.07 Demonstrate public relations responsibilities of the secretary/receptionist. 13.08 Demonstrate skills on office equipment. 13.09 Maintain office environment. 13.10 Receive and dismiss patients and visitors. 13.11 Describe dental office emergencies and their prevention and treatment.14.0 IDENTIFY PRINCIPLES OF MICROBIOLOGY AND DISEASE PREVENTION AND PERFORM INFECTION CONTROL PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 14.01 Differentiate between pathogenic and non-pathogenic microorganisms. 14.02 Describe pathogens and modes of disease transmission. 14.03 Differentiate between aseptic and non-aseptic environments. 14.04 Perform aseptic handwashing technique. 14.05 Describe and apply methods of cleaning, disinfection and sterilization.16.0 RECORD PATIENT ASSESSMENT DATA--The student will be able to: 16.01 Record medical-dental histories. 16.02 Record assessment of existing oral conditions. 16.03 Record conditions diagnosed by the dentist.18.0 IDENTIFY, DESCRIBE, MAINTAIN AND UTILIZE DENTAL INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT-- The student will be able to: 18.01 Identify various types, functions and operations of dental operatory and laboratory equipment. 18.02 Identify types and functions of operative, restorative, surgical, prosthodonic, orthodontic and endodontic dental instruments. 18.03 Maintain dental operatory equipment and instruments. 41
  42. 42. Form 2B, Page 6LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued)NUMBER(S): TITLES(S): 18.04 Identify types and functions of specific dental hygiene instruments with emphasis on category rather than individual instruments.19.0 IDENTIFY AND PERFORM DENTAL AND CARPAL RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 19.01 Describe history, physics and biological effects of ionizing radiation. 19.02 Identify parts of the X-ray machine including accessories. 19.03 Demonstrate radiologic health protection techniques. 19.04 Perform dark room/processing procedures, mix solutions. 19.05 Place and expose standard dental films, digital and carpal radiographic films. 19.06 Identify radiographic anatomical landmarks. 19.07 Mount radiographic surveys. 19.08 Maintain unexposed film inventory and storage.20.0 IDENTIFY PROPERTIES AND USES, AND MANIPULATE DENTAL MATERIALS--The student will be able to: 20.01 Identify properties and uses and manipulate gypsum. 20.02 Identify properties and uses and manipulate restorative materials. 20.03 Identify properties and uses and manipulate dental cements. 20.04 Identify properties and uses and manipulate impression materials. 20.05 Identify properties and uses and manipulate acrylics and/or thermoplastics. 20.06 Identify properties and uses and manipulate waxes. 20.07 Perform dental laboratory procedures to include the fabrication of casts, custom trays and/or temporary crowns and bridges. 20.08 Clean and polish removable dental appliances.21.0 DESCRIBE PRINCIPLES AND PERFORM TECHNIQUES OF PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY--The student will be able to: 21.01 Identify and instruct patients on applicable methods of preventive dentistry. 21.02 Prepare set up for oral prophylaxis and apply anticariogenic treatments. 21.03 Identify the elements of nutrition, basic food groups and acceptable diets. 21.04 Identify deficiencies that manifest symptoms in the oral cavity.22.0 PERFORM CHAIRSIDE ASSISTING FOR SPECIALTY PROCEDURES--The student will be able to: 22.3 Prepare and maintain aseptic working area and sterile instruments for intraoral procedures. 22.4 Apply principles of four handed dentistry 22.03 Evacuate and maintain the operating field. 22.04 Perform expanded functions as permitted by the Florida statute/law pertaining to dentistry. 22.05 Assemble instruments and assist in general and specialty dental procedures. 22.13 Prepare tray set-ups for specific specialty procedures. 42
  43. 43. Form 2B, Page 7LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued)NUMBER(S): TITLES(S): 22.14 Select, prepare, mix, and manipulate correct dental materials for general and specialty procedures. 22.15 Take medical-dental histories. 22.16 Perform a visual assessment of existing oral conditions. 22.17 Chart conditions as diagnosed by dentist. 22.18 Record treatment plan, treatment, and prescriptions in patients chart. 22.19 Demonstrate appropriate patient management skills. 43
  44. 44. Florida Community College Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment At JacksonvilleNOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand toaccommodate your entry.Section 1 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC):      COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: DEA 0851 CONTACT HOURS (NCC): 224COURSE TITLE: Dental Assisting Clinical Practice IISection 2TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply) AA Elective AS Required Professional Course College Prep AS Professional AAS Required Professional Course Technical Certificate Elective Other       PSAV Apprenticeship General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)Section 3 (If applicable)INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES: Communications Social & Behavioral Sciences Mathematics Natural Sciences HumanitiesSection 4INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES: Quantitative Scientific Method of Reading Speaking Critical Analysis Skills Inquiry Information Ethical Writing Listening Working Collaboratively Literacy JudgmentSection 5 LEARNING OUTCOMES METHOD OF ASSESSMENT Completers will perform functions of a dental •1 Competency evaluations assistant in a clinical setting Completers will demonstrate professionalism • 2 in their interactions with the staff at clinical Competency evaluations sitesSection 6 Name of Person Completing This Form: Dr. Jeffrey Smith Date:  2-14-2008     44
  45. 45. Form 2B, Page 1 FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINECOURSE NUMBER: DEA 0936COURSE TITLE: SeminarPREREQUISITE(S): Successful completion of first & second term dental assisting coursesCOREQUISITE(S): DEA 0851TOTAL CONTACT HOURS: 28 (28 Lecture/ 0 Lab/ 0 Clinic) (For Office Use Only: Vocational Credits 1.0 )FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: 0.93STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZEALLOCATION: 24COURSE DESCRIPTION:This course, which is offered concurrently with the students’ externship experience, is designed to offerthe students an opportunity to share knowledge that they have gained in clinical practice with their peers.In addition, approximately half of the scheduled meeting time will be devoted to preparing the students forthe Dental Assisting National Board examination.SUGGESTED TEXT(S): Bird & Robinson, Modern Dental Assisting, W. B. Saunders, 9th edition, 2008. Review Questions and Answers for Dental Assisting, Mosby, 2008IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Fall Term, 2008 (20091)REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: 45
  46. 46. Form 2B, Page 2 CONTACT HOURSCOURSE TOPICS PER TOPICI Knowledge sharing from externship experiences 14II DANB preparation 14 A. General Chairside B. Infection Control (ICE) C. Radiology (RHS) 46
  47. 47. Form 2B, Page 3PROGRAM TITLE: Dental AssistingCOURSE TITLE: SeminarCIP NUMBER: 0317.010100LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:NUMBER(S): TITLES(S):Depending on each individual dental practice varying standards are addressed. Emphasis is placed on thefollowing outcomes:02.0 DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE AND USE INTERPERSONAL SKILLS EFFECTIVELY--The student will be able to: 02.01 Develop basic listening skills. 02.02 Develop basic observational skills and related documentation strategies in written and oral form. 02.03 Identify characteristics of successful and unsuccessful communication including barriers. 02.04 Respond to verbal and non-verbal cues. 02.05 Compose written communication using correct spelling, grammar, and format. 02.06 Use appropriate medical terminology and abbreviations. 02.07 Recognize the importance of courtesy and respect for patients and other health care workers and maintain good interpersonal relationships. 02.08 Recognize the importance of patient/client education regarding health care. 02.09 Adapt communication skills to varied levels of understanding and cultural orientation. 02.12 Distinguish between factual reports and personal opinion. 02.13 Read and discuss technical material.03.0 DEMONSTRATE LEGAL AND ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES--The student will be able to: 03.05 Discuss the importance of maintaining confidentiality of information, including computer information. 03.06 Recognize the limits of authority and responsibility of health care workers. 03.07 Recognize and report illegal and unethical practices of health care workers. 47
  48. 48. Florida Community College Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment At JacksonvilleNOTE: Use either the Tab key or mouse click to move from field to field. The box will expand toaccommodate your entry.Section 1 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC):      COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: DEA 0936 CONTACT HOURS (NCC): 28COURSE TITLE: SeminarSection 2TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply) AA Elective AS Required Professional Course College Prep AS Professional AAS Required Professional Course Technical Certificate Elective Other       PSAV Apprenticeship General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)Section 3 (If applicable)INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES: Communications Social & Behavioral Sciences Mathematics Natural Sciences HumanitiesSection 4INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES: Quantitative Scientific Method of Reading Speaking Critical Analysis Skills Inquiry Information Ethical Writing Listening Working Collaboratively Literacy JudgmentSection 5 LEARNING OUTCOMES METHOD OF ASSESSMENT • Completers will discuss the legal and ethical Written examination 1 practices employed in their clinical sites Completers will prepare for successful • completion of the Dental Assisting National DANB successful completion rate 2 Board Section 6 Name of Person Completing This Form: Dr. Jeffrey Smith Date: 2-14-2008 Form 2B, Page 1 48
  49. 49. FLORIDA COMMUNITY COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINECOURSE NUMBER: HCP 0001COURSE TITLE: Health Careers CorePREREQUISITE(S): NoneCOREQUISITE(S): NoneTOTAL CONTACT HOURS: 90 (90 Lecture/ 0 Lab) (For Office Use Only: Vocational Credits 3.0)FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS: 3STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZEALLOCATION: 20 CHANGE TO: 24COURSE DESCRIPTION:This course will cover basic entry-level information, preparing individuals for further training in health-related occupations. Students will be introduced to basic concepts such as the health delivery system,wellness and disease, environmental safety, communication and nutrition.SUGGESTED TEXT(S): ADD:  Simmers, Louise, Diversified Health Occupations, 6th edition, Delmar, 2004IMPLEMENTATION DATE: Fall Term, 2006 (971)REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE: Fall Term, 2001 (20021) Fall Term, 2002 (20031) Fall Term, 2008 (20091) 49

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