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European Core Curriculum in Cariology for undergraduate dental students

A. G. Schulte, N. B. Pitts, M. C. D. N. J. M. Huysmans, C. Splieth, W. Buchalla
2011 European journal of dental education  
This document, which presents several major and numerous supporting competences, does not confine itself to dental caries alone, but refers also to dental erosion/non-erosive wear and other dental hard  ...  This document, which presents several major and numerous supporting competences, does not confine itself to dental caries alone, but refers also to dental erosion/non-erosive wear and other dental hard  ...  Furthermore, the contribution of Georgios Vougiouklakis who represented the Association of Dental Education in Europe (ADEE) on this workshop is acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1600-0579.2011.00694.x pmid:22023541 fatcat:j7bjiugvtfekxok4rn3egpveqi

European Core Curriculum in Cariology for Undergraduate Dental Students

A.G. Schulte, N.B. Pitts, M.C.D.N.J.M. Huysmans, C. Splieth, W. Buchalla
2011 Caries Research  
This document, which presents several major and numerous supporting competences, does not confine itself to dental caries alone, but refers also to dental erosion/non-erosive wear and other dental hard  ...  This document, which presents several major and numerous supporting competences, does not confine itself to dental caries alone, but refers also to dental erosion/non-erosive wear and other dental hard  ...  Furthermore, the contribution of Georgios Vougiouklakis who represented the Association of Dental Education in Europe (ADEE) on this workshop is acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000330006 pmid:21757903 fatcat:q2bt6idewne65fdilnozyobdma

DS_10.1177_2380084419875442 – Supplemental material for An International Working Definition for Quality of Oral Healthcare

A.J. Righolt, M.F. Walji, J.S. Feine, D.M. Williams, E. Kalenderian, S. Listl
2019 Figshare  
office Employ modern information systems with decision support Implement "my health record" system Suggested aspects of oral health care quality defining this domain: Be respectful of and responsive  ...  early use of unnecessary restorative treatment include adequate strategies outside the dental office (e.g. standard procedures for dental trauma) employ state-of-the-art information systems to facilitate  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.9879050.v1 fatcat:gk4hfmh7tbcrvn5btzlu5fxjrq

Model of Evidence-Based Dental Decision Making

Janet Bauer, Sue Spackman, Francesco Chiappelli, Paolo Prolo
2005 Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice  
Shared decision making empowers patients as informed consumers, helping them to make clinical decisions that optimize their personal oral health.  ...  Evidence-based dentistry supports this process by providing best evidence that, when presented in visual and interactive formats, focuses consultation time on treatment or therapy options and their trade-offs  ...  This article proposes a model of evidence-based dental decision-making (EBDDM) and decision analysis that supports evidencebased dental practice.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jebdp.2005.09.001 pmid:17138369 fatcat:d2ln33giqbedhpdrlsy6yriscy

The translational clinical practice system: a way to implement the evidence-based approach in the dental office

George K Merijohn, Michael G Newman
2006 Journal of the California Dental Association  
Evidence-based decision-making in dental practice is challenging and rewarding.  ...  The Translational Clinical Practice System provides an overriding domain and a system within which the evidence-based approach may be more effectively utilized in clinical practice.  ...  These are major weaknesses in dentistry, especially in view of the significant percentage of restorations inserted to replace existing restorations. 32 The absence of evidence to support routine, everyday  ... 
pmid:16995611 fatcat:uxuumimysnboxfczn6crireoku

Restorative Treatment Thresholds for Proximal Caries in Dental PBRN

N. Kakudate, F. Sumida, Y. Matsumoto, K. Manabe, Y. Yokoyama, G.H. Gilbert, V.V. Gordan
2012 Journal of Dental Research  
These findings demonstrate that restorative treatment thresholds for interproximal primary caries differ by caries risk.  ...  However, for a lowcaries-risk scenario, city population, type of practice, and use of a dental explorer were the factors significantly associated with surgical enamel intervention.  ...  Dentists' decisions to intervene surgically in the caries process differed based on patient caries risk, although most dentists in Scandinavia chose not to restore lesions that were limited to enamel  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022034512464778 pmid:23053847 pmcid:PMC3497908 fatcat:uzkgxrpg2jdixowloomtpynqxe

Introducing and Evaluating Intraprofessional Team-Based Care Delivery in a Dental School Clinic: A Pilot Study

Hiwet Ephrem, Karl Self, Christine Mary Blue
2018 Journal of Dental Education  
The group was named the Team Care Clinic (TCC), and the team for each clinical session consisted of one dental student, three dental hygiene students, and one dental therapy student.  ...  Sixteen senior students from three student cohorts (dental, dental hygiene, and dental therapy) at the University of Minnesota piloted a team-based dental delivery model from January to April 2015.  ...  , supported by a licensed dental assistant) in the TCC Group at any one time.  ... 
doi:10.21815/jde.018.093 pmid:30173195 fatcat:xw6x4unlpnbjjffjqdyob23vwi

EFCD Curriculum for undergraduate students in Integrated Conservative Oral Healthcare (ConsCare)

H. Meyer-Lueckel, N. J. M. Opdam, L. Breschi, W. Buchalla, L. Ceballos, S. Doméjean, M. Federlin, J. Field, S. Gurgan, M. Hayashi, T. Laegreid, B. A. C. Loomans (+6 others)
2019 Clinical Oral Investigations  
Acknowledgments King's College London Dental Institute kindly accommodated the workshop.  ...  The authors are grateful also to the EFCD Board and individuals from supporting member organizations of the Federation for their encouragement, constructive comments and suggestions.  ...  IDC 3.3 Engage patients in shared decision-making, care planning, and lifelong maintenance of oral health.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00784-019-02978-x fatcat:3x5dmejhsbewzhrefsszj4woju

Is the number of procedures completed a valid indicator of final year student competency in operative dentistry?

Luke J. Dawson, Kathryn Fox, Mark Jellicoe, Elliot Adderton, Vince Bissell, Callum C. Youngson
2021 British Dental Journal  
AbstractIntroduction Concerns regarding the preparedness of dental graduates often focus on the number of procedures undertaken before qualification.Aims To assess the validity of numerical requirements  ...  Those with the most restorations (70+) had a statistically significantly greater experience in restoring different tooth surfaces, in different quadrants, on different patients than those with the least  ...  All the data generated were the result of student activity undertaken on adult patients in the restorative clinics within the dental hospital, under the supervision of restorative staff.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41415-021-2967-2 pmid:34050301 fatcat:h5k37gr5mzc2lhavrtq3qian4q

PS1-37: Preliminary Findings of a Shared Decision-Making Exploratory Study: Improving Rates of Appropriate Aspirin Use

N. Shah, J. Pitcavage, A. Pozniak, M. Spranca, J. B. Jones
2011 Clinical Medicine & Research  
Adults with and without diabetes were matched on baseline characteristics using propensity scores and then compared on 5 years of follow-up dental costs.  ...  With mounting economic burdens of diabetes and its complications, its implications on dental cost are not well studied.  ...  Conclusion: Evidence is presented to support that screening to identify at-risk drinkers followed by a brief intervention has a statistically significant lasting impact on improving traffic safety.  ... 
doi:10.3121/cmr.2011.1020.ps1-37 fatcat:ojvopje5ezbwzpzlv5px42xxnq

Caries management pathways preserve dental tissues and promote oral health

Amid I. Ismail, Marisol Tellez, Nigel B. Pitts, Kim R. Ekstrand, David Ricketts, Christopher Longbottom, Hafsteinn Eggertsson, Christopher Deery, Julian Fisher, Douglas A. Young, John D. B. Featherstone, Wendell Evans (+5 others)
2013 Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology  
The choice of which system to use to achieve the mission of caries management is left to the users and should be based on the science supporting each approach or philosophy, experience, utility, and ease  ...  The mission of each system should be to preserve the tooth structure, and restore only when necessary.  ...  The focus on dental restorative care continues to drive the management approach and reimbursement or incentive systems all over the world.  ... 
doi:10.1111/cdoe.12024 pmid:24916676 fatcat:xgmodn3wojfgpkslajymhai7k4

From information technology to informatics: the information revolution in dental education

Titus K Schleyer, Thankam P Thyvalikakath, Heiko Spallek, Michael P Dziabiak, Lynn A Johnson
2012 Journal of Dental Education  
In clinical care, we need to move electronic dental records beyond replicating paper, connect information on oral health to that on systemic health, facilitate collaborative care through teledentistry,  ...  of power between faculty and students, improve technology support for clinical teaching, and build an information infrastructure centered on learners and organizations.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the input and suggestions of several colleagues on the manuscript of this article.  ... 
pmid:22262557 pmcid:PMC3988496 fatcat:ogenapt7lzbblf4xfhviqi64sm

Managing the phase-down of amalgam: part I. Educational and training issues

C. D. Lynch, N. H. F. Wilson
2013 British Dental Journal  
However, notwithstanding considerable developments in dental school teaching on the application and placement of posterior composites, growing evidence to support the use of composites in the restoration  ...  and restorations of other tooth-coloured restorative systems, rather than amalgam.  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj.bdj.2013.737 pmid:23928599 fatcat:sauivk3zozehpa575ia47l5m5i

Telemedicine in Dentistry (Teledentistry) [chapter]

Branko Mihailovic, Milan Miladinovic, Biljana Vujicic
2011 Advances in Telemedicine: Applications in Various Medical Disciplines and Geographical Regions  
There are also lots of other high-quality computer systems used. What was considered relatively distant future some twenty years ago, today is the reality in dental clinics.  ...  for prosthetic dental reconstruction, and 3D cone beam computerized tomography systems for precise intratissue imaging, measurements, and navigation in operative oral and maxillofacial surgery.  ...  in the systems of artificial intelligence.  ... 
doi:10.5772/14352 fatcat:hirz3oj2efeotp2xvxuzuwv7aa

PS1-10: The Effectiveness of Screening and Brief Intervention on Reducing DWI Citations

H. Davis, S. Beaton, A. Von Worley, W. Parsons, M. Gunter
2011 Clinical Medicine & Research  
Adults with and without diabetes were matched on baseline characteristics using propensity scores and then compared on 5 years of follow-up dental costs.  ...  With mounting economic burdens of diabetes and its complications, its implications on dental cost are not well studied.  ...  Conclusion: Evidence is presented to support that screening to identify at-risk drinkers followed by a brief intervention has a statistically significant lasting impact on improving traffic safety.  ... 
doi:10.3121/cmr.2011.1020.ps1-10 fatcat:k4plemhlp5fl3nrhqvuo2kfijm
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