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    Dental Hygiene ~ Open House Farmingdale State College Dental Hygiene ~ Open House Farmingdale State College Presentation Transcript

    • A CAMPUS OF THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK
    • Acting Assistant Dean School of Health Sciences Professor and Chair Department of Dental Hygiene Farmingdale State College Laura Mueller-Joseph, RDH, EdD
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 126 Periodontology
        • DEN 201 Pain Management
        • DEN 115 Clinical Dental
        • Hygiene I
        • DEN 245 Clinical Dental
      • Hygiene IV
    • Maureen Tsokris, RDH, EdD Assistant Chairperson Department of Dental Hygiene
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 235 Clinical Dental Hygiene III
        • DEN 245 Clinical Dental Hygiene IV
        • DEN 201 Pain Management Lab
      • Department of Dental Hygiene
        • Associate in Science Degree Program
        • Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program
    • For more information contact: Department of Dental Hygiene 2350 Broadhollow Road Farmingdale, NY 11735 631-420-2060 www.farmingdale.edu
    • Associate in Science Degree Program
      • Prepares students for licensure and entry into the profession of Dental Hygiene
      • Certification in the administration of local infiltration anesthesia/nitrous oxide analgesia
      • Provides eligibility for students to sit for the National Board Examination in Dental Hygiene, as well as State and Regional Practical Board Examinations for dental hygienists
    • Associate in Science Degree Program
      • The clinical role is most closely associated with dental hygiene, however it is only one of six roles officially designated for the hygienist, which include educator, researcher, administrator, change agent, and consumer advocate
    • Associate in Science Degree Program –Typical Employment Opportunities
      • Private Dental Offices
      • Geriatric Facilities
      • Public Health Agencies
      • Research Laboratories
      • School Health Services
      • Pharmaceutical Corporations
      • Private Care Center
      • Dental Supply Companies
      • Hospitals
      • Armed Forces
      • Managed Care Facilities
    • Associate in Science Degree Program - Objectives
      • Graduates will have the knowledge and skills necessary to provide comprehensive dental hygiene care to the general population including the adolescent, geriatric and special needs patient.
    • Associate in Science Degree Program - Objectives
      • Graduates will have the knowledge and skills necessary to provide comprehensive dental hygiene care to the general population including the adolescent, geriatric and special needs patient.
    • Associate in Science Degree Program - Objectives
      • Graduates will develop a sense of professionalism as healthcare providers including self assessment, recognition and management of ethical, legal and regulatory issues, and evaluation of scientific literature as it relates to the profession of dental hygiene.
    • Associate in Science Degree Program – Special Opportunities
      • Students are eligible to participate in the Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association (SADHA) which promotes student leadership through community outreach, lunch and learn programs and various campus activities.
    • AS Degree Program of Study Liberal Arts and Sciences (30 credits) * BIO 166 Anatomy & Physiology..................................................4 * CHM 140 Intro.to General, Organic and Biochemistry...............4 BIO 220 Medical Microbiology.................................................... 4 *EGL 101 Composition: Rhetoric.................................................3 EGL 102 Composition: Literature.................................................3 PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology............................................3 SOC 122 Introductory Sociology or . ............................................ SOC 228 Society and Health.......................................................3 SPE 201 Oral Communications...................................................3 General Education Elective (By Advisement Math, History, Arts or Language)................................................................................3 * prerequisite(s) requirements for students not entering from high school
    • Required: Dental Hygiene Courses (50 credits) DEN 102 Dental Materials & Expanded Functions......................3 DEN 105 Dental & Oral Anatomy.................................................3 DEN 106 Oral Radiology I............................................................3 DEN 108 Oral Histology & Embryology........................................2 DEN 110 Preventive Oral Health Concepts..................................2 DEN 115 Clinical Dental Hygiene I...............................................3 DEN 120 Preventive Oral Health Concepts II...............................2 DEN 125 Clinical Dental Hygiene II..............................................3 DEN 126 Periodontology..............................................................2 DEN 201 Pain Management.........................................................2 DEN 203 Principles of Nutrition for Oral Health Professionals....2 DEN 205 Oral Pathology...............................................................3 DEN 207 Oral Radiology II............................................................1 DEN 212 Pharmacology................................................................2 DEN 221 Oral Health Education....................................................2 DEN 222 Community Oral Health..................................................2 DEN 230 Preventive Oral Health Concepts III...............................2 DEN 235 Clinical Dental Hygiene III..............................................4 DEN 240 Dental Practice Management, Ethics & Jurisprudence...2 DEN 245 Clinical Dental Hygiene IV..............................................5 Total Credits:...............................................................................80
    • Dental Hygiene Full-Time Faculty
    • Constance Baker-Phillips, DDS
      • Supervising DDS
      • Course Instructor:
        • DEN 115 Clinical Dental Hygiene I
        • DEN 201 Pain Management Lab
        • DEN 105 Dental & Oral Anatomy
        • DEN 245 Clinical Dental Hygiene IV
    • Maureen Capone, RDH, EdD
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 115 Clinical Dental Hygiene I
        • DEN 221 Oral Health Education
        • DEN 222 Community Oral Health
        • DEN 235 Clinical Dental Hygiene III
        • DEN 245 Clinical Dental Hygiene IV
    • Henry Dondero, DDS
      • Supervising Dentist
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 102 Dental Materials & Expanded Functions
        • DEN 205 Oral Pathology
        • DEN 212 Pharmacology
        • DEN 235 Clinical Dental Hygiene III
        • DEN 245 Clinical Dental Hygiene IV
    • Janet Gruber, RDH, MPA
      • Radiology Coordinator
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 106 Oral Radiology I
        • DEN 207 Oral Radiology II
    • Hannah Horowitz, DDS
      • Supervising Dentist
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 105 Dental & Oral Anatomy
        • DEN 108 Oral Histology & Embryology
        • DEN 115 Clinical Dental Hygiene I
        • DEN 201 Pain Management
        • DEN 245 Clinical Dental Hygiene IV
    • Lynn Marsh, RDH, EdD
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 106 Oral Radiology I Lab
        • DEN 207 Oral Radiology II Lab
        • DEN 235 Clinical Dental Hygiene III
        • DEN 245 Clinical Dental Hygiene IV
        • DEN 201 Pain Management Lab
    • Luisa Nappo-Dattoma, RDH, RD, EdD
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 115 Clinical Dental Hygiene I
        • DEN 125 Clinical Dental Hygiene II
        • DEN 102 L Dental Materials & Expanded Functions Lab
        • DEN 203 Principles of Nutrition for Oral Health Professionals
        • DEN 201 Pain Management Lab
    • Adele Spencer, RDH, MS
      • Freshman Clinic Coordinator
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 110 Preventive Oral Health Concepts
        • DEN 115 Clinical Dental Hygiene I
        • DEN 120 Preventive Oral Health Concepts II
        • DEN 125 Clinical Dental Hygiene II
        • DEN 235 Clinical Dental Hygiene III
    • Sharon Struminger, RDH, MPS, MA
      • Sophomore Clinic Coordinator
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 230 Preventive Oral Health Concepts III
        • DEN 235 Clinical Dental Hygiene III
        • DEN 240 Dental Practice Management, Ethics & Jurisprudence
        • DEN 245 Clinical Dental Hygiene IV
    • Professional Staff Carol McNamara, RDH, BS
      • Instructional Support Specialist
        • Contact Number:
        • 631-420-2064
    • Administrative Assistant
      • Eileen Meyers
        • Contact Number
        • 631-420-2060
    • The Use of Technology in Dental Hygiene Education At Farmingdale State College
    • State-of-the-Art Technologically Advanced Dental Hygiene Care Center
    • Teaching With An Intra Oral Camera
    • Teaching With Technologically Advanced Phase Contrast Microscope Software
    • Biofilm from Patient's Oral Cavity Viewed through Technology
    • Course Management Tool on Angel Clinical Websites for Student Access
    • Use of Technology in Dental Nutritional Counseling
    • Technology Assisted Patient Education
    • Technology Assisted Education for Treatment Planning
    • BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DENTAL HYGIENE DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM EXPAND YOUR FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES
    • Why are Dental Hygienists Seeking a Bachelor’s Degree?
      • To pursue new career opportunities in the dental & healthcare industries
      • Educational advancement within the discipline of dental hygiene
      • Personal growth and satisfaction
    • Careers Available for Dental Hygienists with Advanced Degrees:
      • Corporate Sales & Management
      • Dental Supply Companies
      • Pharmaceutical Corporations
      • Dental Hygiene Education
      • Research Laboratories
      • Geriatric Facilities
      • Special Needs Facilities
      • Insurance Companies
      • Collaborative Practice
      • Public Health Agencies
    • Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program Offers:
      • Comprehensive upper-level studies
      • Preparation for emerging new roles
      • Foundational courses in the areas of teaching, research, and public health
      • Capstone practicum course allows students to further explore a specific area of interest through an internship which offers practical experience
    • Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program
      • On-Line Course of Study
        • Farmingdale (Angel)
        • https://farmingdale.sln.suny.edu
      • SUNY Learning Network (Angel) www.sln.suny.edu
      • Biannual Meet & Greet (Optional) opportunity to meet fellow classmates and faculty and receive assistance with on-line navigation
    • Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program
      • Meets the transfer and continuing education needs of Associate Degree graduates in Dental Hygiene.
      • Offers students a foundation of knowledge that will prepare them for the emerging roles within the Dental Hygiene profession.
    • Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program: Objectives
      • The dental hygiene graduate will be able to utilize professional judgment and critical thinking skills to determine the treatment needs of geriatric and special needs patients.
      • The dental hygiene graduate will understand the role of leadership, management, and technology as it applies to dental hygiene practice.
    • Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program: Objectives
      • The dental hygiene graduate will develop the skills necessary to analyze and apply scientific literature in the dental hygiene process of care.
      • The dental hygiene graduate will be able to develop a comprehensive community based oral health care program.
    • Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program: Objectives
      • The dental hygiene graduate will be empowered to seek employment opportunities other then traditional clinical practice.
      • The dental hygiene graduate will seek educational advancement for continued growth and development following commencement.
    • Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program
      • International Opportunity :
        • The Dental Hygiene Department also offers a specialized elective for students interested in the internationalization of dental hygiene. The elective gives students an opportunity to study abroad in Sweden where they will observe the practice of dental hygiene while being emerged in a new culture.
    • Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program
      • Membership Opportunity :
        • As a student in the Dental Hygiene Bachelor’s Program, you are eligible to participate in the Student American Dental Hygienists’Association (SADHA) which promotes student leadership through community outreach, lunch and learn programs and various campus activities.
    • Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program
      • Graduate Study Opportunity :
        • To facilitate transfer into graduate level programs, the Dental Hygiene Department has established seamless transfer agreements with Touro College, School of Health Sciences, for a Master of Science in Public Health and Stony Brook University, School of Health Technology and Management, for a Master of Science in Health Care Policy and Management
    • Program of Study: Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene Liberal Arts and Sciences (30 credits) Arts Elective .................................................................................3 MTH 110 Statistics........................................................................3 HIS 121, 122, or 125 American History........................................3 HIS 126 The West & The World....................................................3 BIO 240 Bioethics ........................................................................3 Modern Language Elective (Level 2)............................................3 *Liberal Arts & Science Electives.............................................12 * 200 level or above recommended Support Courses (3 credits) BCS 102 Computer Concepts and Applications.........................3
    • Required: Dental Hygiene Core (27-28 credits) DEN 301W Current Issues in Dental Hygiene .....................................2 DEN 303 Practice Management for Quality Assurance ....................3 DEN 307 Community Oral Health Program Planning.................... 3 DEN 310 Teaching Strategies for Healthcare Educators .................3 DEN 401W Health Science Research: Principles and Methods ….3 DEN 402 Gerontology ..................................................................................3 DEN 406W Proposals and Grant Management for Health Programs............................................ .................................3 DEN 407 Dental Hygiene Practicum Seminar ………….……………….1 DEN 409 Dental Hygiene Practicum .......................................................3 Free Elective ...................................................................................................3 Total Credits:..........................................................................60-61
    • Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program
      • For more information contact:
        • Department of Dental Hygiene
        • 2350 Broadhollow Road
        • Farmingdale, NY 11735
        • 631-420-2060
        • www.farmingdale.edu
        • [email_address]
        • [email_address]
    • BSDH Faculty
    • Maureen Tsokris, RDH, EdD Assistant Chairperson Department of Dental Hygiene
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 401W Health Science Research: Principles & Method
        • DEN 402 Gerontology
        • DEN 407 Dental Hygiene Practicum Seminar
        • DEN 409 Dental Hygiene Practicum
    • Maureen Capone, RDH, EdD
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 307 Community Oral Health Program Planning
    • Lynn Marsh, RDH, EdD
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 301W Current Issues in Dental Hygiene
        • DEN 303 Practice Management for Quality Assurance
    • Christine Matis, RDH, MPH
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 406W Proposals & Grant Management for Health Programs
    • Luisa Nappo-Dattoma, RDH, RD, EdD
        • Academic Advisement Coordinator for the BSDH Degree Completion Program
      • Course Instructor
        • DEN 310 Teaching Strategies for Oral Health Professionals