DENT 7274A - Specialist Clinical Special Needs Dentistry III Part 1

North Terrace Campus - Semester 1 - 2015

Special Needs Dentistry III Part 1 covers six units of the 72 unit Program. Special Needs Dentistry is concerned with the oral health of people adversely affected by intellectual disability, medical, physical or psychiatric issues. The University of Adelaide's postgraduate program in Special Needs Dentistry is of three years duration and leads to the degree of Doctor of Clinical Dentistry. This is a specific program plan designed to lead to specialist registration in the field of Special Needs Dentistry. The program plan comprises a mix of coursework, clinical work, action/clinical research, research training and a research project and is designed to conform to the Educational Requirements of the Board of Studies in Special Needs Dentistry of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons.

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