|Student Contribution Band:||Band 3|
|Subject chain:||DS2101 DS2102|
|Administered by:||College of Medicine & Dentistry|
Building on DS1102, this subject includes an expanded range of simulated dentistry exercises in order to prepare students for their transition to clinical dentistry. The subject combines both theory and practical training, increasing the student's knowledge and understanding of oral disease, particularly the caries process and periodontal disease, whilst also developing their hands-on ability and clinical thinking. Allied to this, there will be an emphasis on professional attitude and ethical behaviour in the clinical setting. An emphasis will also be placed on research and evidence-based practice, and the requirement for life-long learning. Students will be introduced to normal craniofacial development, laying the foundations for later studies of orthodontics. The subject will also extend students' understanding of the medical management of their patients, and the special medical needs of many patient groups.
Satisfactory attendance is required at (pre)clinical placements. Satisfactory academic and professional standard, as described in the College Assessment Guidelines, must be achieved in order to progress
|Prerequisites:||DS1101 DS1102 RH1002 HS1003 HS1401|
|DS2001 DS2003 DS2004 DS2005|
As this subject is part of a subject chain, a final standard grade (e.g. P, C) will only be recorded for each subject after successful completion of all parts of the subject chain.
|Cairns, Study Period 1, Internal|
|Census Date 24-Mar-2022|
|Coordinator:||Dr Ernie Jennings|
|Lecturers:||Dr Kornelija Sfera, Miss Sharron Long, Dr Erica Martin, Mr Stephan Fischer, Professor Richard Stoll, Assoc. Professor Geoff Booth, Dr Ernie Jennings, Assoc. Professor Andrew Lee, Dr Kate Miller, Dr Kevin Ang, Dr Blake Phibbs, Dr David Simcock, Dr Amar Sholapurkar, Dr Alex Dancyger, Miss Jessica Watt, Mrs Gloria Silcock, Mr Jan Du Bruyn, Dr Dileep Sharma, Mrs Amanda du Bruyn, Dr Kavita Rana, Mr Manjunath Rajashekhar, Professor Alan Nimmo.|
The student workload for this 6 credit point subject is approximately 260 hours.
Note: Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process, and in case of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest official information.