ORALHLTH 3211AHO - Dental & Health Science IIIOH (M) Part 1

Teaching Hospitals - Semester 1 - 2017

The course brings together material covered in the first two years in the Human Biology and Dental and Health Science courses, with an emphasis on clinical implications, to provide the students with a richer understanding of dental therapy and dental hygiene philosophies and practice. Additional topics related to oral health and disease at individual and population levels are also discussed. The course is closely integrated with Clinical Practice III OH(Mod) in which clinical experience will be gained, eg. in radiography, paedodontics and orthodontics. This course has also been designed to provide you with opportunities to learn about a range of interdisciplinary topics that will impact on your provision of care for your patients. You will learn about these topics through interactive seminar presentations and where appropriate, there will be discussion of relevant patient cases. Your learning from these seminars will be complemented by resources available on MyUni. You will need to participate in these sessions, reflecting on how the topics will influence your current and future clinical practice.

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