In this unit, students will participate in various learning activities to continue to develop foundational knowledge and skills needed for dental practice. Concepts of digital health systems, record keeping, consent and respect for privacy /confidentiality as applicable to clinical practice are introduced in the context of the regulatory framework of the health workforce in Australia. The unit continues a program of learning in the oral and systemic biosciences. Students continue development of knowledge and skills in tooth restoration, endodontics, periodontics, radiography and prosthetics in simulation and laboratory settings and local anaesthesia and oral surgery are added. Further experience in clinical settings fosters engagement with the patient interview, dental examination and assessment, and the codesign of treatment plans in simulated cases.
|Academic unit||Discipline of Restorative and Reconstructive Dentistry|
|SDDM5115 and SDDM5125|
The learning outcomes for this unit will be available two weeks before the first day of teaching.
Unit outlines will be available 2 weeks before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.
Key dates through the academic year, including teaching periods, census, payment deadlines and exams.
Enrolment, course planning, fees, graduation, support services, student IT
Code of Conduct for Students, Conditions of Enrollment, University Privacy Statement, Academic Integrity
Academic appeals process, special consideration, rules and guidelines, advice and support
Policy register, policy search
Scholarships, interest free loans, bursaries, money management
Learning Centre, faculty and school programs, Library, online resources
Student Centre, counselling & psychological services, University Health Service, general health and wellbeing