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  1. 1. THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA COLLEGE OF DENTISTRYDEPARTMENT OF DENTAL HYGIENE DENTAL HYGIENE MANUAL 2006- 2007
  2. 2. TABLE of CONTENTSSECTION I-ADMINISTRATION and otherimportant information 5Dental Hygiene Faculty & Staff 7Distant Sites Faculty 8College of Dentistry Phone List 1FERPA-Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act 7Blackboard 9SECTION II- GOALS, PHILOSOPHY 10Goals 1Mission Statement 2Philosophy 5Patient Care 6Clinical Dental Hygiene Objectives 7Clinical Course Evaluation 9Attitude/Professionalism 11SECTION II A-PROFESSIONALISM, ATTENDANCEDeficiency in Professional Conduct Form 1Dress Code 4Attendance 5Reporting Absences 6SECTION III-SCHEDULESAcademic Calendar 1Orientation Schedule 4Senior DH Classroom Schedule 5Junior DH Classroom Schedule 6Faculty Clinic Schedule 2COD Clinic Schedule 3DS IV Clinic Coverage 4Faculty Senior Clinic Assignments 5SECTION IV-CURRICULUM & COMPETENCIES 4Dental Hygiene Curriculum 5Clinical Patient Care Competencies 6Process Competencies 7 2
  3. 3. Simulation Competencies 8Competencies for Entry Level Dental Hygienist 9Clinical Competencies by Student Level 14 3
  4. 4. SECTION V- HEALTH ISSUES 15Antibiotic Premed Guidelines 16PreMed Protocol at COD 18Blood Pressure Policy 19Emergency Procedures 20Emergency Numbers 21Safety Protocol for Clinics & LabsCoumarin Protocol 2122SECTION VI-CLINIC FORMS 23Blue Recall Form 24Clinical Evaluation Form 26Calculus Chart 27CDI Screening Form 28CDI 29Patient Release COD 30Sign Up Sheet for Clinic 31Dental Hygiene Care Only 32Treatment Plan-Dental Hygiene 33Adjustment to Account Form 34Patient Survey 35Patient Absence Form 36Rotation Report Form 37OD exam sign up 38Post-Op Scaling Root Planing InstructionsLocal Anesthesia WorksheetSECTION VII-SENIOR COMPETENCIESENTENCIES & OTHER CLINICAL EVALUATION FORMS 38Air Polishing EvaluationAir Polishing Evaluation 45Bleaching ProtocolBleaching 46Bleaching Consent FormBleaching Follow Up Instructions 46Calculus Charting Exercise 40CDI C Scaling Competency Information ????Competency Evaluation SummarySelf Assessment for Scaling CompetencySelf Assessment Competency 42SS 4
  5. 5. Local Anesthesia Competency 52Local Anesthesia Placement Table 56Nitrous Oxide Evaluation COD 57Nitrous Oxide Evaluation other sites 58Periodontal Charting Competency 61Periodontal Charting Scanned Form 62Scaling Polishing Competency Form 41Instrument Sharpening Competency 63Treatment Planning Competency 64Ultrasonic Competency 65 5
  6. 6. SECTION VII-A SENIOR REQUIREMENTS 66SECTION VIII- JUNIOR COMPETENCIES 67& CLINICAL EXERCISESAbbreviations 68Barnhart Competency 70EIE Competency 73Fluoride Tray Competency 75Gracey 1 / 2 Competency 76Gracey 11 / 12 Competency 77Gracey13 / 14 Competency 79H6 H7 Competency 81Mouth Mirror Competency 83ODU 11 / 12 Explorer Competency 84Periodontal Probe Competency 86Polishing Rubber Cup Competency 88Patient Operator Positioning Left Handed 90Patient Operator Positioning Right Handed 92TU 17 / 23 Competency 94Unit Disinfection Competency 96SECTION VIII-A-PRE-CLINIC 98Lab Station Assignments-Assistants 99Lab Station Assignment 1 100Lab Station Assignment 2 101Lab Station Assignment 3 102SECTION IX-CLINICAL EVALUATION,CLINIC PROTOCOL & PROCEDURES 103DH I Evaluation Criteria 104DH II Evaluation Criteria 106Patient Reception, positioning 109Patient history 110Permission to proceed PTP 111PTP monologue 114Subsequent PTP monologue 115Case complete monologue 118PTP laminate 117 6
  7. 7. Complete sequence 120Vital signs 119 7
  8. 8. Blood Pressure procedure 120EIE Extra-oral, intra-oral exam 122Definitions of terms for EIE 124EIE palpation 126Lesion description chart 130EIE sequence 127Periodontal charting !!! 130Bleeding index 134Oral Diagnosis charting key for existing oral conditions 135Occlusion, malpositions 138Plaque index 140Stress reduction protocol 141Sterilization 143Sterilization table 143Infection control terminology 145TPN & recall card 147SECTION X-ROTATIONS 149Clinical Assistant 150Assist Senior DH Rotation 152Good Shepherd Mission 153Map Good Shepherd Mission 154Graduate Periodontics 155Implantology 160Oral Diagnosis 161Pediatric Dentistry & Sealant Clinic 164Sealant Clinic 164Radiography 166Screener 167Teaching Assistant 168Tinker Air Force Base 170Tinker Map 172VA Dental Clinic 173SECTION XI-COD CLINIC MISCELLANEOUSAppointment schedulingFax in Green Clinic 184Medical consult form for fax 185Fax cover sheet 186Recall exam 178Patient protocolPatient Contact Card protocol 201 8
  9. 9. DH Documentation check list 204DH Patient Information-Clinic OpsDH Student Instructions-Clinic Ops 208Fee SchedulePatient CancellationsCancellations Policy COD September 28, 2006Friday emails 9
  10. 10. City Rescue Mission PatientsSECTION XII-BOARD EXAMS 187WREBNBDHEState Jurisprudence ExamSECTION XIII-COURSE SYLLABIJunior YearDH 3513 Preventive DentistryDH 3313 Clinical Dental Hygiene ISenior YearDH 4331 Clinical RotationsDH 4332 DH Process of CareDH 4336 Clinical Dental Hygiene IIIDH 4552 Community Health IssuesSECTION XIV-STUDENT ORGANIZATIONSSADHA Class Officers 10
  11. 11. SECTION IAdministration & other important information 11
  12. 12. FACULTY and STAFFDENTAL HYGIENE FACULTY-OUCOD SITEJane Bowers, R.D.H., Ph.D Department Co-Chair. Clinical FacultyDCSB 572 271-4435Vicki Coury, R.D.H., M.Ed, M.P.H. Department Co-Chair, Clinical FacultyDCSB 574 271-4435Jane Gray, R.D.H., CDA, M.Ed Senior Clinical Coordinator/Clinical FacultyDCSB 570 271-4445 (M) 405-830-4880Tammie Vargo, R.D.H., M.Ed Junior Clinical Coordinator/Clinical FacultyDCSB 582 271-4562Laurie Cunningham, R.D.H., CDA, M.Ed Clinical FacultyDCSB 565 271- 4423Kathy Miller, R.D.H., B.S. Asst. Director of Clinics/ Clinical FacultyDCSB 521C Implantology, Pediatric Dentistry 271-8001 x46525Carol Zerby, R.D.H.,B.S. Clinical Faculty / SADHA AdvisorDCSB 583 271-6532Donna Brogan, R.D.H., B.S. Part Time Clinical FacultyDCSB 583 271-4435Sheri French, R.D.H., B.S. Part Time Clinical FacultyDCSB 583 271-4435Kim Graziano, R.D.H., A.A.S. Part Time Clinical FacultyDCSB 583 271-4435Kathy Rogers, R.D.H., A.A.S. Part Time Clinical FacultyDCSB 583 271-4435Stephanie Schmidt, R.D.H.. B.S. Part Time Clinical FacultyDCSB 583 271-4435Kristy Jurko Administrative SecretaryDCSB 567 271-4435 12
  13. 13. DENTAL HYGIENE FACULTY DISTANT SITESARDMORESouthern Oklahoma Technology Center Christy Brannock, Site CoordinatorDept Of Dental Hygiene Mobile: (580)-504-94212610 Sam Noble Parkway Office: (580) 223-2070 x 278Ardmore, Ok 73401 Keila Pierson- Admin Secretary(580) 223-2070 ext 268 Lindsey Hays- Clinical Instructor Judy West- Clinical InstructorRoom Numbers:#C1 (Senior Room) (580) 224-9861#C2 (Junior Room) (580) 224-9863Fax: (580) 223-4261BARTLESVILLETri County Technology Center Lydia Snyder, Site Coordinator:Dept Of Dental Hygiene Mobile: (918) 277-62226101 S.E. Nowata Rd Office: (918) 331-3282Bartlesville, Ok 74006 Nina Hill, AdminSecretary(918) 331-3218 Tammie Golden- Clinical Instructor Abbie Gustafson- Clinical Instructor Nina Hill, Admin SecretaryRoom Phone Numbers:#326 (918) 331-3378#107 (918) 331-3201Fax: (918) 331-3499WEATHERFORDWestern Technology Center Julie McClung, Site CoordinatorDept Of Dental Hygiene Mobile (405) 831-14062605 E. Main Office: (580) 772-0294 Ext 243Weatherford, Ok 73096 Evelyn Tilson, Admin Secretary(580) 774-0224 Ext 241 Tina Tuck- Clinical InstructorRoom Phone Number:#1: (580) 772-0294 Ext 248#2: (580) 772-0294 Ext 228 (Jr rm)Fax: (580) 772-2967 13
  14. 14. COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY PHONE LISTACCOUNTING Ellen Ware, Business Manager 5363ADMINISTRATION Roxanne Vidal (34158) 5444Stephen K. Young, Dean 15444Frank J. Miranda, Senior Associate Dean 34159Diana Stone, Administrative Manager 34163Carla Lawson, Student Affairs Specialist 34162Sally J. Davenport, Administrative Secretary 34160Dean’s Office Fax #’s 271-3423 or 271-7775ADMISSIONS Judy 34156 / Erica 34128 3530Randy Jones, Assoc. Dean of Student Affairs (34155) 3531AEGD Jan Fortelney Delores Simpson 5222Stephen Reagan, Director 14121 Jan’s Office #323 6486Barry Greenley 46451 or 52, 53Clinic Room #318 46454 Fax # 3851Clinic OperationsJeanne Panza, Asst. Dean for Clinics 34134Kathy Miller, Asst. Director of Clinics 46525Tammy Vogt, Billing & Technology Administrator 34137Linda Hale, Staff Assistant/Patient Advocate 34135Glenda Jenkins, Supervisor of Clinics 34136Kathan Kent, Infection Control Officer 13083Central Business Office 14711Patient Care Coordinators 15422Chart Room 34147DENTAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION(COMMUNITY DENTISTRY) Janet Powell 4919Dunn Cumby *DENTAL HYGIENE Kristy Jurko 4435Jane Bowers * 14436 Jane Gray 14445Vicki Coury 13869 Carol Zerby 46532Laurie Cunningham 14423 TammieVargo 14562DENTAL INFORMATICS______ ___ 3694 1
  15. 15. Scott Newhouse 34152Hal Horton 34129Jason Jones 34154Computer Lab - (Across from Dean’s Office) x34151 13651DENTAL MATERIALS 6545Sharukh Khajotia *DEVELOPMENT Amanda Bleakley4380ENDODONTICS Irene Quintero 5550David Clement* 48556Harry S. Heget 48553Andrew Goldbeck 48550FIXED PROSTHODONTICS Julie Hall 5346Luis Blanco * 48547 David Sather 48546Barry Greenley 48544 Booseh Jafari 48566Frank Lipsinic 48567MAXILLOFACIAL Teri Forster 5744OCCLUSION Julie Hall 5052Edwin Wilson * 48549OPERATIVE Suzan Stone 5735Terry J. Fruits 46878Robert Miller 46883 Randy White 46877Lynn Montgomery 46879ORAL DIAGNOSIS Andie Stringfellow 5988Appt. Desk “New” Screenings 6056Susan Settle * 46824 Dr. Jennings 46826Emile Farha 46829 Dr. Beavers 46825Farah Masood 46827 Dr. Panza 46828Clinic Dispensary 14946 Radiology Staff 15687ORAL IMPLANTOLOGY Jana Williams 3956Don Mitchell 48640 Joy Hasebe 46521ORAL PATHOLOGY Karen Lassiter 4333Glen Houston *David LewisORAL PATHOLOGY LAB Geri Stevens 5880Glen Houston 2
  16. 16. ORAL SURGERY Luellen Chenoweth 46963 or 4441Steven M. Sullivan *50055 Appointment Desk 4079Kevin Smith *50056 Debbie Wedemeyer 46981Alan Miyake 46976 or 50057 Lisa Nichols 46964Van Henson 46940 Oral Facial Surgery Center 4955ORTHODONTICS Terrie Birdsong 6087Frans Currier * 46836 Ram Nanda 16117John Clayton 46837 Seminar Room 46838Yellow/Orange Clinic 14148 or 33263 T. Dandajena 33277GRAD. ORTHODONTICS Angel Miller 4271Grad. Clinic Heather 4148 or 33261 Donna Mead 33260PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY Roberta Rains 5579Kevin Haney * 46523 Kathy Miller 46525Theresa White * 46522PERIODONTICS Robin Barnes 4544Robert Carson * 46534 Doug Hall 46533Jane Amme 46538Sharon Severson 46537David Weiner 46536GRAD. PERIODONTICS Lisa J. Smith 6531Joy BeckerleyRobert Carson - DirectorREMOVABLE PROST. Helen Lowery 4160Frank Wiebelt * 48561 Joseph Cain 48564Paul Mullasseril 48542 Nancy Jacobsen 48563Removable Lab 48565 Dan Tylka 48548RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT Karen Rucker 2929John Dmytryk, Assoc. Dean Research *RESTORATIVE Suzan Stone 6400SUPPORT LAB David Dembinski 4565STOREROOM 5620Allen Williams Darla Hall (Store Rm 46663) 5560Billy Harley Cyndi Hughes (Store Rm 46664)Jack Dever 3
  17. 17. UDFG RECEPT. Felita Sapp 5714Jody Maddox 46583 or 46575 Appt. Desk 2209*Departmental Chairs Deans New ScreeningsADMISSIONS & RECORDS OUHSC 2359Registration 1539 Records 1537BOARD OF GOVERNORS OK PRACTICES 524-9037Linda Campbell, Executive Director Fax 524-2223BURSAR Sherry Glover 2433CAB SERVICES: YELLOW CAB 232-6161CAMPUS POLICE Emergency 4911Non-Emergency 4300Fire 4112Coronary Care – St. Anthony’s 236-0191OMH = Emergency 4363CENTRAL STERILIZATION 5350Labs: Dental Support 4565 Pre-Clinic Lab 6462CHILDRENS HOSPITAL940 NE 13TH Room Info. X5437CHO Dental Clinic Dr. King - #44138 or Rose X-4750CLINICS Blue 3rd fl Fixed 5056 Brown 2nd fl Restorative 6333 Burgundy 3rd fl Removable 4008 Gold 3rd fl Operative 6532 Green 4th fl Endo/Maxillofacial 6953/5744 Yellow/Orange 4th fl Pedo/Ortho 2360 Maxillofacial 2nd fl Oral Surgery 5744New Screening and Emergency Clinic OD 2nd fl 6056COMPUTER LAB 3691FACULTY HOUSE Reservations 235-8212FINANCIAL SERVICES 2345A/P 2410 Fax 2367Budget Office 2404 Ext. 46504Bursar 2441 Fax 2057 4
  18. 18. Vice President Dr. Ferretti 2399Controller 2376Grants & Contracts 2177Payroll 2055 Fax 2057SUR Accounting 2246Special Account 2410GOOD SHEPHERD MISSION 232-8631216 NW 12THHOUSEKEEPING Cheryl – Pager 530-1372 5726LEGAL 2033Jill Raines Fax 1076OKLAHOMA DENTAL ASSOCIATION 848-8873Dana Davis Fax 848-8875PURCHASING 5313Director 4903Assoc. Director 6587Secretary 5313 Fax 2148LAB 3rd Floor 4565LOCK SHOP Charlie or Tom 2158MARY MAHONEY CLINIC 769-3301NORMAN CAMPUS INFORMATION 325-0311PARKING OFFICE Larry _ 2020PRE-CLINIC 433 LAB 6462PRINT SHOP Tony 2322PERSONNEL OFFICE Fax 3925 2180Administration 2191Employee 2190Benefits 2188Wage / Salary 2187Worker’s Comp. Unemployment 2189Records 2186PHOTOGRAPHY Lanny, Terri, Trish 2173POISON CONTROL 5454POST OFFICE 2225PROVOST Ann Whittmann X2332 X 48400Jason Dixon 12332Cheryl Ottman 48416 5
  19. 19. Dr. Marcia Bennett 48408Peggy Brown 48409Legal –Jill Raines 12033 Fax 3151Karen Ambrose, Dr. Raskob’s Office 48401RATCLIFFE’S BOOKSTORE Sammi 2448SITE SUPPORT 2121STAPLES KITCHEN - Located in The Commons 6323STATE FUNDS APPROPRIATIONS 2355ST. ANTHONY’S HOSPITAL 272-73731000 N. LEESWITCHBOARD Front Desk Jo Rumley 6326TICKETS Football/Basketball (Norman) 325-2424TRAVEL Marilyn SCB - 218 2038UNIVERSITY OMH (OMS) 271-4131V.A. HOSPITAL 270-1505Dr. Nasser 270-5139WEATHER LINE 6499WREB 602 – 944-3315 Fax 602 – 371-8131 6
  20. 20. FERPA Family Educational Rights and Privacy Acthttp://www.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa/index.htmlThe Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99)is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to allschools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their childrens education records. Theserights transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or attends a school beyond thehigh school level. Students to whom the rights have transferred are "eligible students."D. Parents or eligible students have the right to inspect and review the students education records maintained by the school. Schools are not required to provide copies of records unless, for reasons such as great distance, it is impossible for parents or eligible students to review the records. Schools may charge a fee for copies.E. Parents or eligible students have the right to request that a school correct records which they believe to be inaccurate or misleading. If the school decides not to amend the record, the parent or eligible student then has the right to a formal hearing. After the hearing, if the school still decides not to amend the record, the parent or eligible student has the right to place a statement with the record setting forth his or her view about the contested information.F. Generally, schools must have written permission from the parent or eligible student in order to release any information from a students education record. However, FERPA allows schools to disclose those records, without consent, to the following parties or under the following conditions (34 CFR § 99.31): 1. School officials with legitimate educational interest; 2. Other schools to which a student is transferring; 3. Specified officials for audit or evaluation purposes; 4. Appropriate parties in connection with financial aid to a student; 5. Organizations conducting certain studies for or on behalf of the school; 6. Accrediting organizations; 7. To comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena; 8. Appropriate officials in cases of health and safety emergencies; and 9. State and local authorities, within a juvenile justice system, pursuant to specific State law.Schools may disclose, without consent, "directory" information such as a students name,address, telephone number, date and place of birth, honors and awards, and dates of attendance.However, schools must tell parents and eligible students about directory information and allowparents and eligible students a reasonable amount of time to request that the school not disclosedirectory information about them. Schools must notify parents and eligible students annually of 7
  21. 21. their rights under FERPA. The actual means of notification (special letter, inclusion in a PTAbulletin, student handbook, or newspaper article) is left to the discretion of each school.For additional information or technical assistance, you may call (202) 260-3887 (voice).Individuals who use TDD may call the Federal Information Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.Or you may contact us at the following address:Family Policy Compliance OfficeU.S. Department of Education400 Maryland Avenue, SWWashington, D.C. 20202-5920 8
  22. 22. Blackboard Instructions for Students How to Access Blackboard1. Enter the Blackboard site at ouhsc.blackboard.com (Do not precede with www.)2. Sign-on using campus username and password3. Click on the course that you wish to enter How to Access On-line Course Evaluation1. Enter the Blackboard site at ouhsc.blackboard.com (Do not precede with www.)2. Sign-on using campus username and password3. Click on the course that you wish to complete the course evaluation on the right side of the Welcome screen4. On the left side of the Announcement screen, click Course Evaluation.5. On the next screen, click Course Evaluation and follow instructions given. 9
  23. 23. SECTION II GoalsPhilosophy 10
  24. 24. DEPARTMENT OF DENTAL HYGIENE GOALS and PHILOSOPHYThe philosophy of the Dental Hygiene Program at the University of Oklahoma is one ofcommitment to the education of oral health professionals who are capable of integratingeducational, clinical, and individual services that support and promote the total health of thepatient as well as optimal oral health.In addition to the broader goals of the University and the College, the following goals have beenadopted. Graduates of the Department of Dental Hygiene are expected to:1. Be competent in recognition, evaluation, and appropriate treatment of oral diseases.2. In all settings in which responsibility has been delegated, apply scientific principles and an analytic approach to the practice of dental hygiene, educational endeavors, public health and research.3. Act as an integral member of the dental health team by performing quality preventive and therapeutic dental hygiene services, in a variety of settings, in order to improve the oral health status of the consumer.4. Function as a valuable member of interdisciplinary teams of health personnel recognizing the unique contributions of each discipline.5. Communicate effectively with patients and colleagues, develop intellectual curiosity and demonstrate the skills necessary to enhance learning and continue professional development throughout their career.The curriculum is designed and implemented with the goals as a foundation. The facilities offera good environment for basic science and pre-clinical instruction, laboratory and clinicalexperiences. Faculty are dedicated to excellence; sensitive to the depth of the curriculumoffered; offer a wide range of professional experiences; and attempt to establish an atmosphereof respect and understanding with students.The program goals require that students provide appropriate treatment of oral diseases, apply thescientific principles and an analytic approach to all aspects of dental hygiene practice, act as anintegral member of the health team, communicate effectively with patients and colleagues anddemonstrate skills necessary to enhance continued professional development. In order to meetthe goals of the program, one of the educators primary challenges is to provide opportunities tofoster and improve the students critical thinking skills. This task falls not just to didactic coursedirectors, but even more importantly to clinical instructors who are most likely to have moreoccasions to reinforce theoretical concepts and apply what has been learned in the classroom to 1
  25. 25. actuality. 2
  26. 26. The attainment of the programs goals necessitate background knowledge and skills in a varietyof curriculum areas but just as importantly, the addition of knowledge of the latest scientificadvancements and innovations in dental hygiene practice and health care systems. This essentialinformation on the latest scientific advancements is provided by faculty in the classroom,laboratory, clinic and community projects, but training for student involvement both while in theeducational process and later as a professional is provided by requiring active participation bythe students in the attainment of information (i.e., library assignments, reading updated texts,individual research assignments, sharing of information by peer presentations, etc).The goals are a living document sensitive to the changing needs of the profession. Each yearusually in late summer the goals are reviewed, evaluated and revised as necessary by the facultyduring a faculty retreat established for that purpose. The retreat is mandatory for faculty holding50% or greater commitments to the school and other part-time faculty may attend. MISSION STATEMENTThe mission of the Department of Dental Hygiene (DDH) incorporates the four-fold mission ofthe University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry (OUCOD) to:1. improve the health of the people of Oklahoma and others through the academic and clinical training of highly qualified dental professionals2. provide the highest quality oral health care services to the community3. advance the art and science of dentistry via research and other scholarly/creative activities4. provide, sponsor and/or participate in activities and services that validate the educational programs of the College as integral and vital parts of the entire health care spectrum. The following departmental goals are integral to accomplishment of the mission of the University of Oklahoma as they relate to the Department of Dental Hygiene: DDH GOAL #1 (EDUCATION)Prepare students, through appropriate academic and clinical education, to be qualifieddental professionals.1. Recruit students of the highest quality who can reasonably be predicted to successfully complete the educational programs of the College within specified time frames.2. Provide appropriate didactic and clinical instruction through an interactive, competency- based curriculum that is reviewed regularly and modified as necessary to address the 3
  27. 27. dynamics of a constantly changing profession. 4
  28. 28. 3. Provide this didactic and clinical instruction in a positive learning environment that leads to social and ethical development.4. Create and provide opportunities for learning beyond graduation through relevant continuing education.5. Incorporate relevant innovations in information technology and management, consistent with available resources, as an integral facet of the departments goals in the areas of teaching, patient care, research, and student/faculty service. DDH GOAL #2 (PATIENT CARE)Provide comprehensive dental treatment to those communities served by the Collegethrough a complete, sequential, and fully monitored system of oral health care delivery.1. Provide comprehensive patient-centered care throughout the clinical education programs as an integral component of the Colleges teaching and service missions.2. Develop and implement program standards of care based on measurable criteria that facilitate reliable and valid assessment. DDH GOAL #3 (CREATIVE & SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY)Create a positive and rewarding academic environment that facilitates continued growthand enrichment of all students and faculty.1. Provide opportunities for faculty development and recognition.2. Participation in scholarly activities that lead to the discovery and dissemination of new knowledge in the art and science of dental hygiene through research programs involving faculty and students. DDH GOAL #4 (PROFESSIONAL SERVICE)Foster opportunities, utilizing resources both locally and nationally, for faculty andstudent involvement in service activities that are consistent with personal developmentgoals and that promote dentistry as an integral component in the overall health andwelfare of the community.1. Identify new and strengthen existing relationships between the Colleges academic programs, the public and organized dentistry and dental hygiene. 5
  29. 29. 2. Promote programs and activities that emphasize an interdisciplinary approach between dental hygiene and dentistry and other health profession components.3. Encourage student and faculty participation in and support of professional service organizations that promote the service mission of the College and the dental hygiene profession.The goals are a living document sensitive to the changing needs of the profession. Goalsare reviewed, evaluated, and revised annually by the faculty and by the Dental HygieneAdvisory Committee. 6
  30. 30. DEPARTMENT OF DENTAL HYGIENE PHILOSOPHYThe philosophy of the Dental Hygiene Department is one of commitment to the education of oralhealth professionals who are capable of integrating a full range of knowledge and skills thatsupport and promote the total health of the patient as well as optimal oral health.The curriculum is designed and implemented with competencies as the foundation. The programgoals require that students provide appropriate prevention and treatment of oral diseases, applyscientific principles and an analytic approach to practice, act as an integral member of the healthteam, communicate effectively with patients and colleagues, and demonstrate continuedprofessional development. In order to meet the goals of the program, one of the educatorsprimary challenges is to provide opportunities to foster and improve the students criticalthinking skills. This task falls not just to didactic course directors, but even more importantly toclinical instructors who are most likely to have more occasions to reinforce theoretical conceptsand apply what has been learned in the classroom to actuality.The attainment of the programs goals necessitate background knowledge and skills in a varietyof curriculum areas but just as importantly, the addition of knowledge of the latest scientificadvancements and innovations in dental hygiene practice and health care systems. Students arerequired to take active roles and responsibility for their education, including attainment ofinformation and skills and self-assessments.Areas of emphasis within the curriculum will include, but not be limited to the following:I. PROFESSIONALISMThe competent dental hygiene practitioner provides skilled care using the highestprofessional knowledge, judgment and ability (ADHA Code of Ethics). This skilled careshould be based on contemporary knowledge, and the practitioner should be capable ofdiscerning and managing ethical issues and problems in the practice of dental hygiene.However, the practice of dental hygiene occurs in a rapidly changing environment wheretherapy and ethical issues are influenced by regulatory action, economics, social policy,cultural diversity and health care reform. Additionally, dental hygiene is trying to create aunique identity for the profession and increase the knowledge base. Thus, the competentdental hygienist must have regular involvement with large and diverse amounts ofinformation in order to be prepared to practice in this dynamic environment.II. HEALTH PROMOTION AND PREVENTIONThe dental hygienist serves the community in both practice and public health settings. Publichealth is concerned with promoting health and preventing disease through organizedcommunity efforts, which is an important component of any interdisciplinary approach. Inthe practice setting, the dental hygienist plays an active role in the promotion of optimaloral health and its relationship to general health. The dental hygienist therefore should becompetent in the performance and delivery of oral health promotion and disease preventionservices in the public health, private practice and alternative settings. 7
  31. 31. III. PATIENT CAREThe dental hygienist is a licensed preventive oral health professional that provideseducational and clinical services in the support of optimal oral health. The dental hygieneprocess of care applies principles from biomedical, clinical and social sciences to diversepopulations that may include the medically compromised, mentally or physically challenged,or socially or culturally disadvantaged. 8
  32. 32. CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE OBJECTIVESAs the student progresses through the clinical program, he/ she will be expected to assumegreater responsibility for total patient care. The student will utilize problem solving and criticalthinking skills to apply knowledge from didactic courses to the clinical setting.OBJECTIVES: The student will: ACTIVITY USED TO ACHIEVE OR MEASURE OBJECTIVE:l. Exhibit professional demeanor a. Faculty serves as a role model. (i.e. attitudes, conduct, and personal appearance). b. Students exhibit professional demeanor.2. Utilize correct dental terminology a. Student utilizes professional professional communications. terminology with professionals. b. Student utilizes layman terminology with patients c. Student utilizes correct terminology in presentation of oral exam findings. d. Student utilizes correct terminology in written communications (i.e. clinic records and treatment plans).3. Demonstrate proper maintenance, a. Student satisfactorily sterilization, and storage of clinical completes clinical assistant armamentarium. duty assignments. b. Faculty monitors student preparation and maintenance of equipment and armamentarium by commenting on student/faculty comment sheets.4. Demonstrate principles of asepsis a. Faculty monitors demon stration in treatment of all patients. of asepsis Comments on student/faculty sheets. b. Student demonstrates competency by performing all criteria stated in asepsis performance 9
  33. 33. .5. Demonstrate use of fundamental a. Student identifies principles of, and perform patient necessary treatment evaluation, data collection, treatment for each patient, planning, and delivery of documents these indicated indicated therapeutic and services on the treatment plan. preventive services with emphasis on b. Student prepares written individualized treatment and/or patient treatment plan according to need. criteria. c. Student satisfactorily completes clinical requirements specified in clinical contract, meeting competency level.6. Apply basic principles of a. Student completes instrumentation for patient competencies for basic examination and removal of deposits. instrumentation for removal of deposits as well as root planning with Gracey curets. b. Tissue trauma and calculus removal is within acceptable limits.7. Assume responsibility for a. Student plans in order his/her educational experience. to complete clinical requirements. b. Student matches patient profile with requirements. c. Student completes proper preparation and evaluation.8. Demonstrate effective time a. Faculty monitors skills management skills in completing completed with specified clinical services. time expected. b. Student performance demonstrates efficient time utilization.9. Identify or describe anatomic a. Student interprets and utilizes structures and conditions in a radiographs for patient given radiograph. education and treatment planning. 10
  34. 34. CLINICAL COURSE EVALUATIONEvaluation Policy Goals:The dental hygiene program faculty at the University of Oklahoma believes that learning shouldbe based on a firm foundation of didactic education, and then built layer by layer with practicalexperience and additional learning. Evaluation is basically another methodology by whichlearning can be facilitated. The intent of evaluation is not to penalize, to discipline or to measurea persons potential worth, but rather it is an effective mechanism to provide constructivefeedback to aid in student learning. In addition, evaluation provides a medium for ingrainingthose skills and attributes indicative of the professional health care provider. In addition, thefaculty desires that evaluation be a two-way interaction between student and faculty. Evaluationallows improvement in both directions. The faculty hopes to foster a climate of teamwork withmentor and scholar having the same ultimate goal...the education of a learned ethicalprofessional dental hygienist. The following further explain the clinical evaluation process:1. Evaluations are based upon specific instructional objectives that are made known to the student as early as possible and appropriate for each phase of the clinical educational process.2. Skills are defined in didactic, laboratory and clinical instruction. Competencies have been established for each critical skill and step-by-step evaluations are provided. Grading is based on the degree of skill demonstrated by the student in carrying out the established steps within each competency.3. Competencies are based on progression and in the final semester will be at the appropriate level for the entry-level dental hygienist.4. Product will be evaluated as well as process and all domains are appraised.5. The student has ultimate responsibility for the degree of clinical aptitude that will be acquired in the professional program of dental hygiene. It is expected that the student will have a positive attitude and a driving thirst for knowledge making use of faculty expertise at -every opportunity. Students are encouraged and expected to seek maximum help from faculty members particularly in the early development of clinical knowledge and skills.6. As the student progresses through the program, critical clinical thinking skills become more finely honed. The faculty will encourage the student to progressively assume more responsibility for clinical planning, therapies, and outcomes, but will remain available for consultation and assistance as necessary.7. Performance objectives and evaluation criteria are established in the Dental Hygiene Manual. For a student to be successful in the dental hygiene clinical program, it is mandatory that the student be thoroughly familiar with these clinical expectations. It is further requisite that the student evaluate his or her personal performance according to the specified criteria for each clinical skill 11
  35. 35. 8. Clinical course requirements and grading are established based on student need and are written in contract form at the beginning of each clinical semester. Amendments to the grade contract may be made upon agreement of both faculty and students.9. Fellow students may not be used as patients to fulfill requirements except in special circumstances that have been approved by the course director. Please refer to course syllabus.10. In addition to specified requirements, students must complete the following • For the clinical program to be considered complete: treatment for all assigned patients has been concluded or arrangements have been made for continuation of long term therapy • documentation is complete and has been reviewed with assigned case instructor • any equipment loaned to the student by the Dental Hygiene Department has been returned or paid for in full11. Final clinical course grades will be assigned in the following way- A - 90-100 B - 80-89 C - 70-79 D - 60-69 F - <60 12
  36. 36. ATTITUDE/PROFESSIONALISMMembers of the health professions need to exemplify the traits which they hold as objectives forothers if response and cooperation is to be expected. As future members of a health profession,dental hygiene students must be willing to accept the responsibilities placed on them in order toprove themselves capable of assuming future responsibilities. The transition from layperson toprofessional which must be made during professional training is not easy, but can be facilitatedby the individuals striving to learn and transferring this learning to clinical experiences.Professional behavior is a combination of technical skills, mature observation and judgment, andethics. Technical skills are achieved through the preclinical dental hygiene course and graduallyrefined through clinical experiences until the students achieve the level of proficiency requiredfor graduation. Clinical observation of normal and abnormal must be mastered, based on theknowledge acquired in the didactic clinical courses and in clinical experiences. Judgment isbased on obtaining and utilizing pertinent information gained through observation and patientneed, patient-student interaction, technical skills and continuing clinical experiences.Professional ethics is concerned with the conscientious use of technical skills, observation andjudgment affecting the patients health and well-being, interpersonal relationships, communityinvolvement and a commitment to service.The following are specific expectations of dental hygiene students at The University ofOklahoma. A willing attitude on the part of the student to accept these responsibilities in apositive manner is partial evidence of {our ability and sincere desire to become an effectivemember of the dental health team.I. General Clinical Guidelines A. The Clinic Manual must remain at the clinic station at all times, and students must refer to the manual to ensure that procedures are properly done. B. Certain procedures (i.e.: asepsis, appearance, patient management, professionalism, patient education, etc.) apply to each patient and are considered part of the total competency evaluation . C. The student will utilize feedback given by instructors on all procedures. G. Once a student has achieved competency in a certain procedure, that procedure may be subject to spot checks. An unsatisfactory spot check will require an additional demonstration of competency for that procedure. E. Faculty must be in clinic for any procedure to be started on a patient. F. PTP is to be obtained from a clinical instructor before procedures are begun. 13
  37. 37. II. General Clinic Conduct A. During clinic sessions, students entering the clinic must be in uniform. B. According to the departmental policy, food, drinks, or smoking are not allowed in the clinic area.III. Professional Conduct A. Class, Laboratory and Clinic Attendance You are expected to attend all classes, laboratories, and clinic sessions and to have patients for all clinic appointments. B. Absenteeism from pre-clinic to laboratory and clinic sessions must be reported to the dental hygiene secretary at 271-4435 and the course director in advance of the session to be missed. C. Gum chewing is not permitted in any area where patient contact is likely.IV. Professional Attitude A. Shows initiative while seeking to utilize free time. B. Uses time efficiently. C. Demonstrates responsibility for the total preventive treatment of all patients assigned. D. Demonstrates discretion when conversing in the clinic. E. Protects patients rights to privacy. F. Upholds honest and ethical behavior in all situations G. Demonstrates maturity in judgment, actions and reactions during clinical situations. H. Willingness to accept suggestions for improvement and evaluation of procedures gracefully. I. Continued eagerness to learn. J. Placing the patients welfare first when planning and implementing patient care. K. Attitudes of respect, concern, and cooperation toward fellow classmates, support personnel, and faculty. L. Honesty. 14
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  39. 39. Section IIAPROFESSIONALISM 1
  40. 40. DEFICIENCY IN PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT OR PERFORMANCEPurpose: To document serious deviations from acceptable norms of professional conduct or performance. (1) *           Name of Student Date           Faculty/Staff Time           Chart # (if applicable) LocationCheck applicable category(ies) of deficiency: Conduct PerformanceAttitude Interpersonal relations Judgment Skill/competenceBehavior Integrity Preparation OtherDress Code Other Patient neglectDescription of occurrence and immediate action taken:(continue on reverse side if necessary)Faculty/Staff recommendation(s) for further action:(continue on reverse if necessary)_____________________________________________ _____________________Faculty/Staff Signature Date
  41. 41. _____________________________________________ _____________________Student Signature (2) * Date Submit completed form to the Associate Dean for Student Affairs or the Associate Dean for Clinics (3) * * SEE REVERSE(1) This form is intended to document serious occurrences that should be considered when evaluating a student’s fitness for promotion and advancement. Examples of such occurrences include, but are not limited to: a. Actions endangering a patient’s well-being b. Cheating, plagiarism, or falsification of records c. Harassment or discrimination d. Theft e. Serious and/or repeated lapses of professional behavior, preparation, judgment, or competence in clinical, pre-clinical or classroom areas(2) The student signature acknowledges awareness of this documentation, but does not imply agreement or disagreement with its contents. The student may provide a written response to the Associate Dean for Student Affairs or the Associate Dean for Clinics.(3) This form is to be submitted promptly to the Associate Dean for Student Affairs or the Associate Dean for Clinics who will coordinate distribution of copies to the student, Course Director, and the Chair of the appropriate Periodic Review Committee.______________________________________________________________________________Description of occurrence and immediate action taken (continued): 2
  42. 42. Faculty/Staff recommendation(s) for further action (continued): 3
  43. 43.            COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY DRESS CODE (Revised July 24, 2006)Because patient care is delivered in the College of Dentistry throughout the year, it is importantthat all students, whether in the clinic, pre-clinic or classroom maintain a professionalappearance at all times. Therefore this policy is in effect from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mondaythrough Friday.General AttireStudents are expected to dress and act professionally while enrolled in the College ofDentistry, when present anywhere on the Health Sciences Campus and when representingthe College of Dentistry at any external site. Neatness, cleanliness and modesty areexpected.GuidelinesHair must be kept clean, neat, and out of the patients face and operator’s eyes. Moustaches andbeards must be kept neatly trimmed. The remainder of the face must be clean-shaven. Nojewelry worn in facial body piercing (other than ear lobes) is allowed. Acceptable: Dresses, skirts of professionally appropriate length, dress slacks, casual or dress shirts with collars or blouses (long or short sleeve), polo type shirts with collars, and sweaters. Most varieties of footwear are acceptable as long as they are clean and presentable. Jeans are discouraged; however, if worn, they must be neat and clean, with no holes, tears or frayed fabric. Unacceptable: Rubber flip-flops, T-shirts, baseball caps or other hats. Bare midriffs, exposed undergarments, and improperly fitting clothing are expressly prohibited.Pre-clinic AttireScrubs must be worn in the preclinical laboratory, room 433.Clinic AttireProfessional appearance should be maintained at all times by all students. Going to and from aclinic laboratory will require the appropriate clinic attire.Hands must be clean and well manicured with fingernails short and free of nail polish to ensureefficient work and cleanliness. Artificial nails are not permitted. Certain jewelry, rings (with theexception of smooth surface wedding rings), watches, long necklaces or large earrings must beremoved during patient treatment to avoid unnecessary collection of microorganisms andpossible cross-contamination. 4
  44. 44. Clothing such as jeans, shorts, and open-toed sandals and bare ankles are not allowed in clinics.Although there is no restriction on hair length of students, long hair must be pinned up while inclinic and the pre-clinic laboratory.Scrub tops and pants are required as general clinic attire. Scrubs are issued as part of yourstudent kit. You are responsible for laundering them. A white short sleeve T-shirt or a tee shirtmatching the color of the scrub top may be worn under the scrub top provided no writing ordesign is visible and the shirt tail of the T-shirt is worn inside the scrub pants.Shoes must be white, clean and in the judgment of the attending clinical faculty, appropriate forclinic. High-tops, hard-soled clogs, sandals and heels are expressly prohibited. Socks coveringthe ankles are required. “Crocs” are acceptable as long as they are white and not perforated.(Amended August 17, 2005)If replacement scrubs are required, they must be purchased from The Uniform Shoppe and beidentical to the original issued scrubs in both company of manufacture and color. They mustalso be monogrammed with the students name above the pocket.You must wear a long-sleeve gown (provided in each clinic) for procedures in which splatterwith blood or saliva is likely. Contaminated gowns must be turned in at the end of the clinicsession in the container designated in each clinic. Gowns may not be worn going to and fromclinics and the support laboratory during patient care, and may not be worn to the StudentCommons or outside the building. The College will provide and launder these gowns.Violations of this policy will be handled in the following manner: First offense: writing warning (copy to Associate Dean of Student Affairs) Second offense: written reprimand (copy to Associate Dean of Student Affairs) Third offense: appearance before the appropriate Periodic Review Committee, which could result in further disciplinary action. 5
  45. 45. ATTENDANCEClassroom and Laboratories Attendance at classroom, seminar, and laboratory sessions is of value and is, therefore, MANDATORY.Exceptions can be made for legitimate excuses acceptable to the course directors.The methods of enforcing the attendance policy will be carried out at the departmental level.Students will be informed of departmental procedures for checking attendance at the beginningof each course.Unexcused absences may result in grade reduction or failure, at the discretion of the departmentchairperson and/or course director.Clinics Attendance in clinic is required unless the student is excused by the course director. If not treating a patient, the student will be expected to be assisting in clinic. PROPER PROCEDURE FOR REPORTING ABSENCESUnanticipated absences, (i.e., personal illness, family emergency, transportation problems, etc.)are to be reported to individual course directors and the departmental Administrative secretary at271-4435 on the date the absence occurs and before the class/clinic missed ends on that date. Inthe case of unanticipated absences necessitating cancellation of patient(s), it is yourresponsibility to notify the patient and the Clinical Coordinator.Anticipated absences, (i.e., family events, advanced program interviews, personal business,doctor appointments, etc.) should be discussed with appropriate faculty prior to the time of theabsence so arrangements can be made for make-up work. All absences are to be reported to the Course Director/ Dept Administrative Secretary and the Clinical Coordinator for documentation; however, this DOES NOT EXCUSE the absence. Arrangements must be made with individual course directors. 6
  46. 46. SECTION IIISCHEDULES
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ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUMMER 2006June 12.....................................................................................................DS1 and DS2 Grades DueJune 14...............................................................................................................PRC1 at noon, DCRJune 16...........................................................................................................PRC2 at 8:15am, DCRJune 16...............................................................................................DS3 Mock Boards (No clinic)June 20................................................................................................................PAC at noon, DCRJune 26....................................................................................................................DS1 OrientationJune 27....................................................................................................................Anatomy BeginsJuly 4.....................................................................................................Independence Day HolidayJuly 14..................................................................................................................Last Day of ClinicJuly 17....................................................................................................NBDE Part I Written ExamJuly 17-18..................................................................................................................Faculty RetreatJuly 18-20..........................................................................DS4 Professional Development SeminarJuly 19.....................................................................................................................DS3 Grades DueJuly 24..............................................................................................................PRC3 at 10am, DCRJuly 24-Aug 4.............................................................................................DS4 Group 1 ExternshipJuly 27.................................................................................................................PAC at noon, DCRAugust 7-18................................................................................................DS4 Group 2 ExternshipAugust 9...............................................................................................Anatomy Final Examination ORIENTATION DATESAugust 15 (1:00-5:00) & 16 (10:15-5:00)..................................................................................DS2August 16 (8:00-5:00) & 17 (8:00-5:00)....................................................................................DS3August 16-17..............................................................................................................................DH2August 16-18..............................................................................................................................DH1August 18 (10:00-5:00)...............................................................................................................DS1August 21 (8:00-5:00).................................................................................................................DS4 FALL SEMESTER 2006August 15.............................................DS2 Dental Microbiology/Immunology (BSEB at 8:00am)August 16..............................................................................DS1 Embryology (BSEB at 10:00am)August 17.......................................................................................................................ODA PicnicAugust 18...........................................................DS1 Physiology (College of Pharmacy at 8:00am)August 21 .............................................................................................................All Classes BeginSept 4..................................................................................................................Labor Day HolidaySept 14......................................................................................................................OUCOD PicnicOct 6............................................................................................. Fall Break (no classes or clinics)Nov 20-22...............................................................................................DS2 & DS4 Board ReviewNov 22-26......................................................................................................Thanksgiving HolidayDec 8 (week 16)................................................................................................Last Day of ClassesDec 11.......................................................................................NBDE Part I Written Exam (DS2)Dec 11-15 (week 17)................................................................................. Final Examination WeekDec 19 ............................................................................................................................Grades DueDec 16-Jan 1.........................................................................................................DS1 Winter Break 2
  48. 48. Dec 16-Jan 7.....................................................................................................DS2-4 Winter BreakDec 16-Jan 15..................................................................................................DH1-2 Winter Break SPRING SEMESTER 2007January 2.................................................................................DS1 Dental Materials Course BeginsJanuary 8..........................................................................................................DS2-4 Classes BeginJanuary 15.............................................................................................Martin Luther King HolidayJanuary 16.......................................................................................................DH1-2 Classes BeginMarch17-25...................................................................................................................Spring BreakMarch 27....................................................................National Board Dental Hygiene ExaminationApril 11.......................................................................................................................Scientific DayMay 4.......................................................................................................WREB Dental OrientationMay 5-7............................................................................................................WREB Dental ExamMay 7-11 (week 17)...................................................................................Final Examination WeekMay 11..............................................................................OU Norman/Dental Hygiene CommencementMay 12..........................................................................................................Dental Hygiene ConvocationMay 15.................................................................................................................DS1-3 Grades DueMay 28..........................................................................................................Memorial Day HolidayJune 1 (week 20)........................................................................................DS4 Last Day of ClassesJune 5......................................................................................................................DS4 Grades DueJune 2...........................................................................................................Dental CommencementJune 8....................................................................................... WREB Dental Hygiene OrientationJune 9-10............................................................................................WREB Dental Hygiene Exam DS1 and DS2 POST SESSION: May 14-June 1 (weeks 18-20)**June 1.................................................................................................................Last Day of ClassesJune 5..............................................................................................................................Grades Due**The DS1 and DS2 Post Sessions have been shortened to 3 weeks. If this is problematic please notifyCarla Lawson in the Dean’s Office. DS3 - LATE SPRING CLINIC: May 7-July 13 (weeks 17-26)July 4................................................................................................................Independence Day HolidayJuly 13.................................................................................................................Last Day of ClinicsJuly 17.............................................................................................................................Grades Due DS4 – SUMMER II SESSION: July 16-August 17July 17-19…………………………………………….Professional Development WorkshopJuly 23-August 3…...………………………………………………………Group 1 ExternshipAugust 6-17………………………………………………………………...Group 2 Externship2006-07AcadCalSent to Faculty & Staff 6/5/06 3
  49. 49. DH II ORIENTATION SCHEDULE – HSC STUDENTS CLASS OF 2007WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2006 COD Students only10:00 am Rm. 364 TB Shots Judy Davis ALL DH II STUDENTS AT COD11:00 a.m. Rm. 133 Instrument Kit Issue Darla Hall Student Store12:30 p.m. Commons Lunch and Welcome to Class of 2008 Senior DH Students2:45 pm Rm. 104 Enrollment/Details Kristy Jurko3:00 p.m. Rm. 104 Oral Pathology Dr. Glen Houston Dr. David Lewis4:00 p.m. Rm. 104 Welcome Back Dr. Stephen K. Young, Dean Review of Student Handbook Dr. Jane Bowers, Prof. Vicki Must sign and return to Kristy Jurko Coury before August 21, 2006 that you agree to comply with handbook regulationsTHURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 20068:30 a.m. Rm. 364 Clinical Dental Hygiene Orientation Professor Jane Gray, (Disconnect from distance sites) Senior Clinical Coordinator Rotation Information10:30 a.m. Break10:45 a.m. Rm. 364 Clinical Operations Update Ms. Kathy Miller Implantology and Pedo Assistant Director of Clinics12:15 p.m. Lunch (on your own) On Your Own1:45 p.m. Rm. 364 Oral Diagnosis & Radiology Orientation Dr. Susan Settle, Chair Oral Diagnosis2:15 p.m. Rm. 364 Tinker Diana Mills3:00 p.m. Break3:15 p.m. Rm. 364 Good Shepherd Mission Dr. Lipsinic3:45 p.m. Brown Graduate Periodontics Orientation & Tiffany Johnson Clinic Tour FRIDAY, August 18, 2006 Enjoy your last day of vacation!! 4
  50. 50. Fall 2006 DH III MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY8 AM Perio III* Pain Control DH 4601 DH 4472 Dr. John Dr. Van Dmytryk Henson9 AM DH Process of Rotation I DH Process of CDH III Care DH 4331 Care DH 4336 DH 4332 Prof. Jane Gray DH 4332 Prof. Jane Gray Prof. Jane Gray Prof. Jane Gray Tammie Golden Tammie Golden Tammie Golden Christy Brannock Christy Brannock Christy Brannock Tina Tuck Tina Tuck Tina Tuck10 AM Oral Pathology Community DH 4144 Health Issues DH 4552 Dr. Glen Houston Profs. Laurie Cunningham / Vicki Coury11 AM 12NOON 1 PM CDH III CDH III CDH III Oral Pathology DH 4336 DH 4336 DH 4336 DH 4144 Prof. Jane Gray Prof. Jane Gray Prof. Jane Gray Dr. Glen Tammie Golden Tammie Golden Tammie Golden Houston Christy Brannock Christy Brannock Christy Brannock Tina Tuck Tina Tuck Tina Tuck2 PM3 PM4 PM 5
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  52. 52. DHI Fall 2006 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY8AM Dental Morphology Lecture9AM CDH I Theory CDH I Theory CDH I Theory Dr. Ed Wilson Computer Lecture/ Clinic Lecture/ Clinic Lecture/ Clinic Orientation Prof Tammie Prof Tammie Prof Tammie Jason Vargo Vargo Vargo Lydia Snyder Lydia Snyder Lydia Snyder Christy Christy Christy Brannock Brannock Brannock Julie McClung Julie McClung Julie McClung10AM Oral Radiology Head & Neck Dr. Farah Anatomy Masood Lecture Lecture (First half semester)11AM Gen/Oral Histology (Second half semester) Prof. Julie Mc Clung12NOON1PM Oral Diagnosis CDH I Theory Preventive Perio I Lecture Lecture Lecture Dentistry Lecture Dr. Robert Oral Radiology (10 weeks) / Carson Lab2PM Prof Tammie Health Education OUCOD* Dr. Kay Vargo (5 weeks) Beavers Oral Radiology Staff Lab Prof. Laurie Cunningham Staff Dr. Jane Bowers3PM Head & Neck Anatomy (First 8 wks) Gen/Oral4PM Histology (Second 8 wks) Prof. Julie Mc Clung
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  54. 54. Dental Hygiene Faculty Clinic Schedule Monday a.m. Tuesday a.m. Wednesday a.m. Thursday a.m. Blue Yellow/Orange GreenYellow/Orange (4 faculty) (5 faculty) (4 faculty) (5 faculty) DH I Lecture/Clinic/Lab DH I Lecture/Clinic/Lab ONLYDH I Lecture/Clinic/Lab 12 Juniors Spring 18 Juniors Spring ONLY ONLY 12 Seniors 18 Juniors Spring ONLYTammie Vargo Tammie Vargo Tammie Vargo Jane GrayCarol Zerby Carol Zerby Carol Zerby Vicki CouryKim Graziano Laurie Cunningham Kathy Rogers Laurie CunninghamDonna Brogan Stephanie Schmidt Carol Zerby Sheri French Carol ZerbySheri French Jane Bowers prn Sheri French Jane Bowers prn Vicki to VA Monday p.m. Tuesday p.m. Wednesday p.m. Green GreenGreen (4 faculty) (3 faculty) (5 faculty) 21 Seniors 16 Seniors 12 SeniorsJane Gray Jane Gray Carol Zerby Carol Zerby Kathy RogersDonna BroganKim Graziano Stephanie Schmidt Sheri FrenchCarol Zerby Sheri FrenchSheri French Vicki Coury -prnJane Bowers 3
  55. 55. Eminent Scholar TBA No Clinic AM Fall Break - October 6 COD CLINIC SCHEDULE Labor Day - September 4 FALL 2006 Thanksgiving - Nov. 22-26 AUGUST 21 - DECEMBER 08 Final Exam Week – December 11-15 WEEKS 1 - 16AM MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY DS - 4 DS - 4 – PEDO DS - 4 DS - 3 DS-4 OPER 24 PERIO 20 OPER 24 OPER 24 P SURG 2 DS - 3 P. SURG 2 PERIO 20 RPD 12 FPD 17 OPER 24 FPD 21 P. SURG 2 ENDO 11 RPD 6 PERIO 16 RPD 12 FPD 6 OD-BURG 6 ENDO 11 P. SURG 2 OD - BURG 6 ENDO 6 PERIO (Grn) 6 FPD 6 ENDO 6 RPD 12 RPD 12 OD – Brown 4 DS -2 PAIRED OD - BURG 10 DH - 1 Perio/OD 30 YELLOW/OR 24 Perio/3 Grad Perio OCCL IN TP CLINIC DH - 2 24 3 Reserve TP CLINIC 10 GRN CLINIC DH -1 OCCL 1 12 Yellow/OR 24 DH - 1 BLUE CLINIC 12PM MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY DS - 3 PEDO/ORTHO DS - 3 & DS - 4 DS - 4 PEDO/ORTHO DS-4 DS-3 PEDO/ORTHO OPER 24 OPER 24 DS - 2 PAIRED PERIO 16 DS-3 FPD 14 DS-4 PERIO/OD 24 P. SURG 2 OPER 24 ENDO 11 FPD 14 OCCL (DS 2) FPD 14 RPD 12 ENDO 6 OPER (TX PLANS) #RPD 12 ENDO 11 DS-1 PAIRED OD - GRN 6 RESERVE LIST 3 ENDO 6 OD-BURG 8 Oral Prophylaxis GRAD PERIO 3 Technique TP CLINIC 10 DH-2 Brn Clinic 24 DH - 2 OCCL 1 GRN CLINIC 12 OD 5 GRN CLINIC 24 DH - 2 GRN CLINIC 16 4
  56. 56. DS-IV Dental Hygiene Rotation Fall 2006 All Times P.M. - Names All Times P.M. - NamesWeek 1 Week 11Tues, Aug 22 No PATIENT Clinic Tues, Oct 31 Benbajja, SamadWed, Aug 23 No PATIENT Clinic Wed, Nov 1 Fields, LonnyWeek 2 Week 12Tues, Aug 29 Burkett, Travis Tues, Nov 7 Bird, GabrielWed, Aug 30 Reid, Chad Wed, Nov 8 Huynh, DanWeek 3 Week 13Tues, Sep 5 Chang, Euna Tues, Nov 14 Arnold, RyanWed, Sep 6 Nguyen, Monika Wed, Nov 15 Jensen, BrandonWeek 4 Week 14Tues, Sep 12 Chastain, Brian Tues, Nov 21 Happy ThanksgivingWed, Sep 13 Shankle, Keith Wed, Nov 22 HolidayWeek 5 Week 15Tues, Sep 19 Curtis, Blaine Tues, Nov 28 Bowman, BenjaminWed, Sep 20 Nabors, Gabe Wed, Nov 29 Meacham, StephenWeek 6 Week 16Tues, Sep 26 Dang, Hanh Tues, Dec 5 Briggs, MistyWed, Sep 27 Lamb, Whitney Wed, Dec 6 Chambers, CoryWeek 7Tues, Oct 3 Ahrend, MindyWed, Oct 4 Daniel, RyanWeek 8Tues, Oct 10 Alavizadeh, AshleyWed, Oct 11 Hall, Barrett Continued On BackWeek 9Tues, Oct 17 Blythe, AndreaWed, Oct 18 Hanson, EricWeek 10Tues, Oct 24 Baird, RobertWed, Oct 25 Holloman, Ashley 5
  57. 57. Faculty Assignments – Senior Clinic Fall 2006 Weeks 1-4 (Aug 21-Sept 14)Monday pm 21 chairs Faculty Bowers Brogan French Gray Graziano Zerby Unit # 24, 23, 22 21, 20, 19, 18 17, 16, 15, 14 13, 12, 11 10, 9, 8 7, 6, 5,Tuesday pm 16 chairs Faculty French Gray Schmidt Zerby Coury (prn) Unit # 24, 23, 22, 21 20, 19, 18, 17 16, 15, 14, 13 12, 11, 10, 9Wednesday pm 12 chairs Faculty Gray French Zerby Rogers Unit # 24, 23, 22 21, 20, 19 18, 17, 16 15, 14, 13Thursday am 12 chairs Faculty Zerby Cunningham Coury Unit # 24, 23, 22, 21 20, 19, 18, 17 16, 15, 14, 13 6
  58. 58. Faculty Assignments – Senior Clinic Fall 2006 Weeks 5-8 (Sept 18-Oct 12)Monday pm 21 chairs Faculty Zerby Bowers Brogan French Gray Graziano Unit # 24, 23, 22 21, 20, 19, 18 17, 16, 15, 14 13, 12, 11 10, 9, 8 7, 6, 5,Tuesday pm 16 chairs Faculty Zerby French Gray Schmidt Coury (prn) Unit # 24, 23, 22, 21 20, 19, 18, 17 16, 15, 14, 13 12, 11, 10, 9Wednesday pm 12 chairs Faculty Rogers Gray French Zerby Unit # 24, 23, 22 21, 20, 19 18, 17, 16 15, 14, 13Thursday am 12 chairs Faculty Coury Zerby Cunningham Unit # 24, 23, 22, 21 20, 19, 18, 17 16, 15, 14, 13 7
  59. 59. Faculty Assignments – Senior Clinic Fall 2006 Weeks 9-12 (Oct 16-Nov 9)Monday pm 21 chairs Faculty Grazian Zerby Bowers Brogan French Gray o Unit # 24, 23, 22 21, 20, 19, 18 17, 16, 15, 14 13, 12, 11 10, 9, 8 7, 6, 5,Tuesday pm 16 chairs Faculty Schmidt Zerby French Gray Coury (prn) Unit # 24, 23, 22, 21 20, 19, 18, 17 16, 15, 14, 13 12, 11, 10, 9Wednesday pm 12 chairs Faculty Zerby Rogers Gray French Unit # 24, 23, 22 21, 20, 19 18, 17, 16 15, 14, 13Thursday am 12 chairs Faculty Cunningham Coury Zerby Unit # 24, 23, 22, 21 20, 19, 18, 17 16, 15, 14, 13 8
  60. 60. Faculty Assignments – Senior Clinic Fall 2006 Weeks 13-16 (Nov 13-Dec 7)Monday pm 21 chairs Faculty Gray Grazian Zerby Bowers Brogan French o Unit # 24, 23, 22 21, 20, 19, 18 17, 16, 15, 14 13, 12, 11 10, 9, 8 7, 6, 5,Tuesday pm 16 chairs Faculty Gray Schmidt Zerby French Coury (prn) Unit # 24, 23, 22, 21 20, 19, 18, 17 16, 15, 14, 13 12, 11, 10, 9Wednesday pm 12 chairs Faculty Gray French Zerby Rogers Unit # 24, 23, 22 21, 20, 19 18, 17, 16 15, 14, 13Thursday am 12 chairs Faculty Zerby Cunningham Coury Unit # 24, 23, 22, 21 20, 19, 18, 17 16, 15, 14, 13 9

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