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  • 1. COURSE OUTLINE Academic Organisation: School of Dentistry and Oral Health Faculty: Griffith Health Credit point value: 15 Student Contribution Band: Band 3 Course level: Undergraduate Campus/Location/Learning Mode: Gold Coast / On Campus / In Person Convenor/s: Dr Jane Manakil (Gold Coast) Enrolment Restrictions: Restricted: Course must be listed in Program This document was last updated: 5 June 2007 BRIEF COURSE DESCRIPTION Comprehensive Oral Health Care 1 involves the development and application of skills and knowledge acquired in Principles of Dental Care. Additional skills will be gained in oral diagnosis including examination and charting procedures, radiographic techniques and restorative procedures. Students will also apply clinical skills developed in a simulated situation to care of real patients, including dental hygiene and basic restorative procedures. Students will increase their knowledge of oral diagnosis, oral diseases and their prevention, dental materials, communication, radiology and basic operative dental procedures. Pre-requisites and Co-requisites For students who commence in 2007 Pre-requisite: 2007DOH For students who commenced in 2006 Pre-requisites: 2007DOH, 2013MSC Co-requisites: 2006DOH, 2008DOH
  • 2. SECTION A – TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT COURSE AIMS The purpose of Comprehensive Oral Health Care 1 Care is for students to develop a critical understanding of the foundations of dental care and provide students with fundamental knowledge of communication, patient history taking, radiology, oral diagnosis, oral disease prevention, cariology, periodontology, basic dental procedures including scaling, fissure sealants, and simple restorations, which includes understanding of appropriate dental materials, and team work. This course consists of two components: 1. Clinical Practice includes preventative care, oral diagnosis, dental hygiene, communication, team work and computer application “SOE production”. 2. Radiography sessions will be conducted with the objective to develop the basic knowledge in different intra-oral radiographic techniques and as an adjunct to clinical diagnosis. LEARNING OUTCOMES At the completion of this course students should be able to: Clinical Practice: 1. Develop a sound knowledge of extra-intra oral assessment by the identification of oral structures including the dentition 2. Demonstrate skills in conducting a basic head and neck and dental examination 3. Explain the importance of a general medical and dental history and apply these concepts in a Clinical setting 4. Demonstrate proficiency in diagnosis and treatment planning 5. Understand the importance of a preventative focus in the practise of clinical dentistry and demonstrate skills in employing preventative dental strategies, including patient dental education and preventative operative procedures 6. Describe and recognise the clinical presentation of diseases and conditions of the dental tissues 7. Demonstrate proficiency in computer records 8. Perform basic dental procedures such as fissure sealants, supragingival scaling, simple dental impressions and Simple restorations in a simulation situation 9. Monitor and maintain the clinical environment to ensure optimal cross infection control and demonstrate a sound knowledge of protocol for contamination incidents and needle stick injuries 10. Demonstrate sound teamwork, ethics, and confidentiality and communication principles in relation to other members of the dental team 11. Apply and have knowledge of common dental materials. Radiography 1. Understand and practice intraoral techniques & radiographic interpretation 2. Understand and practice development and processing 1
  • 3. 3. Understand and practice film mounting & orientation 4. Understand and practice radiation safety according to present safety regulations. CONTENT, ORGANISATION AND TEACHING STRATEGIES Contact Summary Lecture Radiography practical Clinical Sim lab 1/2 1 hrs pairs Half-class/ Half-class/ session session Per/week 2 1 1 2 No:/Hours 1 2 3 3 Total hours 26 26 39 78 Timetable Refer to Griffith University website Attendance Attendance at practical, clinical and laboratory classes is COMPULSORY. Lecture attendance is strongly recommended. Students that are absent from more than one laboratory or clinic session without an acceptable reason may not satisfy the course requirements, subject to assessment board. A medical certificate, attached to an ‘application for clinic or laboratory make-up form’ found at http://www.griffith.edu.au/school/doh/ (current students, policies and procedures), should be presented to your tutor as soon as possible after the missed session. Any other extenuating circumstances and explanations must be documented and forwarded with the ‘application for clinic or laboratory make-up form’ to your tutor as soon as possible. Swapping between classes is not permitted, in order to prevent overcrowding and to ensure adequate resources are available in the laboratories. Students are advised that they are required to comply with the School of Dentistry and Oral Health Dress Code for all clinical and laboratory sessions. Students not complying with the code will not be permitted to attend the session. Of particular importance is the wearing of appropriate protective apparel in the clinic and laboratory. Mobile phones must be switched off at all times during the session. CONTENT SUMMARY Week Lecture content Laboratory content Clinical content 1 Lecture 1: Radiography #1: Linings/bases Infection control Techniques Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #1: Extra- and intraoral assessment 2 Lecture 1: Radiography #2: Class 3 labial Cavity Oral assessment Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #2: Preparations Fluoride Part 1 3 Lecture 1: Radiography #3: Class 4 palatal Cavity Plaque disclosing and oral Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #3: Preparations hygiene instructions Fluoride Part 2 4 Lecture 1: Radiography #4: Scaling & polishing and 2
  • 4. Week Lecture content Laboratory content Clinical content Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #4: Class 3 & 4 Cavity Fluoride application Scaling & recontouring Preparations assessment 5 Lecture 1: Radiography #5: Class 5 Cavity Preparations Scaling & polishing and Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #5: GIC Fluoride application Saliva testing 6 Lecture 1: Radiography #6: Class 2 Cavity Preparations Saliva testing Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #6: “Sandwich technique” Patient motivation assessment 7 Lecture 1: Impressions Class 2 Amalgam Impression taking Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #7: assessment Mechanical plaque control 8 Lecture 1: Treatment planning #1: Recontouring restorations Impression taking History taking Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #8: Chemical plaque control 9 Lecture 1: Treatment planning #2: Denture Care / Periodontal Rubber dam Charting Part 1 charting Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #9: Dietary analysis 10 Lecture 1: Treatment planning #3: Supra-and subgingival OSCE clinical Charting Part 2 calculus removal revisited assessment Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #10: Risk assessment 11 Lecture 1: Treatment planning #3: Cusp restoration: Computer scenarios Introduction to SoE computer Amalgam programme Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #11: Minimal intervention dentistry 12 Lecture 1: Treatment planning #4: Cusp restoration: Computer scenarios The treatment plan Composite Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #12: Guest lecturer 13 Lecture 1: Radiography review Assessment Computer assessment Lecture 2: Preventive dentistry #13: Guest lecturer 3
  • 5. ASSESSMENT Summary of Assessment Radiography: Relevant Due Date and Item Assessment Task Weighting Learning Time Outcomes 1. Written exam 15% All Week 15-16 (2 hours) 2. Practical exam 15% All Week 15-16 Clinical practice: Relevant Item Assessment Task Weighting Learning Due Date and Time Outcomes 1. Log book & Practical 25% All Week 1-13 assessment 2. OSCE clinical 10% Clinical Week 10 assessment practice inclusive week 9 3. Computer skills 10% Week 13 Week 13 assessment 4. Preventive dentistry 25% All Week 15-16 written exam (2 hours) Assessment Details The two components of the course Radiography and Clinical Practice have to be passed separately to pass the course. Radiography: • Radiography practical (15% of Final Mark): Will be conducted during Week 15-16. Students are required to pass intraoral radiography techniques and interpretations. • End of Course Written Exam (15% of Final Mark): This exam will be conducted during Week 15-16 and includes short and long answer questions and covers all material presented in rqdiography lectures and practicals. Both the radiography practical and written exam needs to be passed separately with a minimum mark of 50%. This is an essential component of receiving the radiographic licence as competent to take intra-oral radiographs in the clinics. The Faculty Assessment Board, at its discretion, may grant a supplementary examination where a percentage mark between 45-49% has been obtained for this component. Clinical Practice: • Log book and practical examination (25% of Final Mark): Log book assessment will be part of the lab session from week 1- 13. The practical exanimation will involve completion of two Class II cavity preparations and one restoration in a set time period under 4
  • 6. examination conditions. Students will be given a mark out of 25% combined (10% log book & 15% practical examination). Students are required to critically appraise their own performance and reflect on their progress, not only in terms of developing core knowledge and clinical skills, but also on personal and professional development. Reflection of the development of team work, ethical standards communication skills, and problem based learning skills is encouraged. This mark will be given by consensus of the attending tutors. Students not gaining a passing grade or above in this assessment will be required to complete an additional practical examination in the latter part of the semester. • OSCE clinical assessment (10% of Final Mark): The OSCE exam will cover clinical material. Components of the OSCE will also assess students verbal. Students will be expected to demonstrate sound integration of knowledge and skills gained in different disciplines of clinical dentistry and in clinical sciences to appraise, diagnose and propose management solutions to different clinical and non-clinical problems • Preventive dentistry written exam (25% of Final Mark): Will cover ALL lecture from the preventive dentistry module. • Computer skills assessment (10% of Final Mark): This assessment will test you computer skills related to the SoE patient management software Please note that is required that students to gain a passing grade or above in all assessment items to successfully complete this subject. This is in accordance with the School of Dentistry and Oral Health Assessment Policy found online at www.griffith.edu.au/school/doh - click current students, policies and procedures. Please note that external examiners and moderators will participate in the assessment process for this subject. Further information regarding assessment tasks will be available on Learning@Griffith. Return of Assessment Items Feedback on oral presentations will only be given once all students have presented. Examination scripts will be available for review at a time convenient to the course convenor and only under the convenor’s supervision. Students Experiencing Difficulty If students are experiencing any difficulty with the material, or any related aspects of this course then they are strongly encouraged to discuss the situation with the course convenor. It is the role of the course convenor to facilitate your learning and it is your responsibility to let someone know if you need assistance. Please consult the online Griffith University handbook for all information regarding requests for deferred or supplementary assessment or special consideration. Special Consideration This may be offered to students who are either prevented by special circumstances from performing the original assessment or who provide evidence (e.g. a medical certificate) indicating that at the time of assessment, that their performance was seriously disadvantaged. Further information is available via the Griffith University Website and Student Administration. Designated courses for the purposes of exclusion This course is a designated course for the purpose of exclusion. In order to ensure that students are competent oral health professionals they must successfully complete this course. Failure to successfully complete this course will impede progression through the program. 5
  • 7. GRADUATE SKILLS Assessed Practised Graduate Skills Taught Effective communication (written) Effective communication (oral) Effective communication (interpersonal) Information literacy Problem solving Critical evaluation Work autonomously Work in teams Creativity and innovation Ethical behaviour in social / professional / work environments Responsible, effective citizenship Assessed Practised Professional Skills Taught Anatomy - gross, microscopic, neuro-anatomy Behavioural sciences including communication Biochemistry Biology, including oral biology Biostatistics Chemistry Community dentistry Community medicine Dental materials Dental occlusion Emergency procedures, CPR Endodontics Epidemiology Ethics and Jurisprudence Fluorides Forensic odontology General Dental practice, utilisation of assistants 6
  • 8. General histology General immunology General medicine General microbiology General pathology General physiology General surgery Genetics, including molecular genetics Imaging, including radiology Infection control Materials science Molecular biology Nutrition Operative dentistry Oral anatomy Oral biochemistry Oral biology Oral diagnosis Oral histology and embryology Oral medicine Oral microbiology and immunology Oral pathology Oral physiology Oral surgery Orthodontics Paediatric dentistry Pain control Periodontology Pharmacology and therapeutics Physics Practice management, occupational health hazards Preventative dentistry Prosthodontic, fixed and removable, inc. implants Research methods, comp. skills, crit appr of lit Saliva Sp. Needs, including gerodont., med comp., disabled TEACHING TEAM Course Convenors Convenor Details Gold Coast Campus Convenor Dr. Jane Manakil Email j.manakil@grififth.edu.au 7
  • 9. Office Location GH1_7.33 Phone 07 567 80733 Fax 07 567 80708 Consultation times Please refer to learning@griffith, TBA Convenor Details Gold Coast Campus Convenor Ms Elizabeth (Bessie) Evelyn Email e.evelyn@grififth.edu.au Office Location GH1_7.69 Phone 07 567 80769 Fax 07 567 80708 Consultation times Please refer to learning@griffith, TBA Convenor Details Gold Coast (Radiography) Campus Convenor Professor Torsten W Remmerbach Email t.remmerbach@griffith.edu.au Office Location GH1_7.46 Phone 07 567 80746 Fax 07 567 80708 Consultation times By appointment Additional teaching team members Tutors will be appointed on the basis of best match to knowledge and experience of the chosen community. External guest lecturers and other DOH staff may contribute. COURSE COMMUNICATIONS Communication with the Course Convenor(s) may be by email or telephone contact. If face-to-face consultations are required, appointments can be made by directly contacting the Course Convenor. Tutors will provide students with their contact details. Students are advised to check their student emails regularly. Notices may also be posted on Learning@Griffith. For urgent matters please contact the convenor on the phone number noted above. Any email contact, please PUT COURSE CODE in subject line. TEXTS AND SUPPORTING MATERIALS Prescribed texts Essentials of Dental Caries, Kidd E, and Joyston-Bechal, S. Sturdevant' Art and Science of Operative Dentistry, 4th edition, Editors Theodore M. Roberson, Harald. s O. Heymann, Edward J. Swift Recommended texts Dental Hygiene Theory and Practise, 2nd Edition, Darby M, L., and Walsh M, M. Dental Caries: The Disease and its Clinical Management, Fejerskov O, and Kidd E. Carranza' clinical periodontology [edited by] Michael G. Newman, Henry H. Takei, Perry R. Klokkevold ; s editor emeritus, Fermin A. Carranza. 8
  • 10. Wilson, Tg ; Kornman, KS Fundamentals of Periodontics (2nd Ed) Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, 4th Edition, Lindhe J, Karring T, Lang NP. Oral radiography: principles and interpretation . white,Michael L. Pharoah . Mosby 2004 Essentials Dental radiography and radiography . Eric Whaites Preservation and restoration of tooth structure. Mount G.J., Hume W.r., knowledge Books Further information regarding recommended readings and additional references will be available at the Learning@Griffith site. SECTION B – ADDITIONAL COURSE INFORMATION School of Dentistry and Oral Health Assessment Policy In addition to the Griffith University Assessment Policy, students should refer to School of Dentistry and Oral Health Assessment Policy at www.griffith.edu.au/school/doh - click current students, policies and procedures. The School of Dentistry and Oral Health’s Code of Conduct and Behaviour and Clinical and Laboratory Requirements shall be observed, together with other relevant Griffith policy documents and those of professional bodies, including the Australian Dental Association and the Dental Board of Queensland. School Policies can be found at www.griffith.edu.au/school/doh - current students, policies and procedures. 9
  • 11. SECTION C – KEY UNIVERSITY INFORMATION ACADEMIC MISCONDUCT Students must conduct their studies at the University honestly, ethically and in accordance with accepted standards of academic conduct. Any form of academic conduct that is contrary to these standards is academic misconduct, for which the University may penalise a student. Specifically it is academic misconduct for a student to: present copied, falsified or improperly obtained data as if it were the result of laboratory work, field trips or other investigatory work; include in the student' individual work material that is the result of significant assistance from s another person if that assistance was unacceptable according to the instructions or guidelines for that work; assist another student in the presentation of that student' individual work in a way that is s unacceptable according to the instructions or guidelines for that work; cheat; (Cheating is dishonest conduct in assessment); plagiarise (Plagiarism is knowingly presenting the work or property of another person as if it were one' own.) s Visit the University’s Policy on Academic Misconduct for further details. PLAGIARISM DETECTION SOFTWARE In semester 2, 2007 the University is piloting the use of plagiarism detection software. Students should be aware that your Course Convenor may use this software to check submitted assignments. If this course is included in the pilot your Course Convenor will provide more detailed information about how the detection software will be used. KEY STUDENT-RELATED POLICIES All University policy documents are accessible to students via the University’s Policy Library website at: www.griffith.edu.au/policylibrary. Links to key policy documents are included below for easy reference: Student Charter Academic Standing, Progression and Exclusion Policy Student Administration Policy Policy on Student Grievances and Appeals Assessment Policy Examinations Timetabling Policy and Procedures Academic Calendar Guideline on Student E-Mail Health and Safety Policy UNIVERSITY SUPPORT RESOURCES The University provides many facilities and support services to assist students in their studies. Links to information about University support resources available to students are included below for easy reference: Learning Centres - the University provides access to common use computing facilities for educational purposes. For details visit www.griffith.edu.au/cuse Learning@Griffith - there is a dedicated website for this course via the Learning@Griffith student portal. Student Services facilitate student access to and success at their academic studies. Student Services includes: Careers and Employment Service; Chaplaincy; Counselling Service; Health Service; Student Equity Services (incorporating the Disabilities Service); and the Welfare Office. Learning Services within the Division of Information Services provides learning support in three skill areas: computing skills; library skills; and academic skills. The study skills resources on the website include self- help tasks focusing on critical thinking, exam skills, note taking, preparing presentations, referencing, writing, proof reading, and time management. 10
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