Comp. Outcomes
Criteria for Assessment
How Measured
When Introduced
When Measured
as of Apr 99
Actions Taken
2 - 1: Take and Evaluate Medical/Dental History            
a. Take and properly interpret vital signs   Oct / D1 Sep / D3 Histories reviewed and signed off by attending faculty    
b. Secure relevant HM/DH information            
c. Incorporate precautions into Tx plan.            
d. Medical and dental histories are fully and correctly interpreted.            
2 - 2: Recognize Systemic Symptoms            
a. Perform an examination of the head and neck and detect and describe any visible or palpable abnormalities. Oral Diagnosis QE Oct / D1 Dec Jun / D3 75% pass rate on examination    
b. Perform a thorough oral examination and detect and describe any visible or palpable abnormalities in the hard or soft tissues of the oral cavity.            
2 - 3: Develop and Perform Treatment Plans            
a. Complete and present 5 Tx plans requiring sequencing of 2 different treatment modalities. a. b. Restorative Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Manual Jan / D2 Sep / D4 Faculty observation. Baseline Evaluation. QE (Includes phasing and sequencing of Tx recommendations.)    
b.Completes and presents 3 Tx plans requiring sequencing of those completed cases.            
2 - 4: Perform dx tests for endo            
a. Endodontic clinical simulation exercise a. Faculty evaluation during clinic simulation rotation Oct / D2 Sep, Dec. Mar, Jun/D3 & D4 a. Successful completion of rotation    
b. Endodontic QE performed on a patient b. Faculty evaluation during endodontic QE (Endo QE Evaluation System)     b. 75% score to pass QE    
c. Didactic knowledge       c. 75% score to pass written exams    
  c. Written exams          
d. Case presentation seminar evaluation.            
  d. 1. Newly instituted Daily Observation Log . 2. Faculty evaluation during presentation.     d. Pass/No Pass for case presentation.    
2 - 5: Interpret and Explain Biopsy Report            
a. Correct interpretation of biopsy reports a. Written examination in Oral Pathology Oct / D3 Jun / D3 a. Pass Examinations    
b. Observation in clinic b. Clinic observation     b. Observation by attending faculty    
2 - 6: Differential dx, Soft Tissue Lesions            
a. Identify possible differential diagnosis for oral lesions. a. Written examination in Oral Pathology Oct / D2 Jun / D3 a. Pass examination    
b. Write correct referral to oral medicine or biopsy suspicious lesions. b. Clinic observation     b. Observation by attending faculty    
2 - 7: Expose, Process & Mount FMX            
a. Written examination a. Didactic course exams written & slides OR-110.01 Oct, Jan / D1 Sep / D2 Jul / D3 Dec, Mar, Jun / D1 Jun / D2 Jun / D3 a. Pass course    
b. Completion of FMX sets (Manikin and patients).       b. Complete 1st year rotation satisfactorily    
  b. 2 FMX sets on a manikin (with less than 3 retakes on the second set); 2 FMX sets on patients in the first year rotation.          
        c. Satisfactory completion of third year rotation.    
  c. 10 FMX sets on patients in the third year of rotation          
2 - 8: Expose & Process Panoramic X-Rays            
    Jan / D1 Jul / D3 Mar / D1 Jun / D3 a. Pass course and successful com-pletion of the first year rotation.    
a. Written examination a. Didactic course exams (written and slides OR-110.02) and observe panoramic procedures during the first year rotation          
b. Complete rotation of third year successfully
b. Completion of Panoramic films during the first year rotation. b. Observe and make panoramic radiographs during the third year rotation.          
2 - 9: Dx and Plan Dental Care for Children            
a. Recognize primary dentition sequence of eruption and space management   Jul / D3 Sep / D4      
b. Communicate effectively with parents and guardians.            
c. Recognize a fearful child            
d. Recognize a defiant child            
e. Utilize methods to gain a child's trust and cooperation. Recognize the need for appropriate referral.            
2 - 10: Dx and Provide Pulp Therapy            
a. Diagnose pulp involvement   Jul / D3 Sep / D4      
b. Understand anatomy of the primary pulp.            
c. Complete appropriate pulp treatment            
2 - 11: Complete and Document Perio Exam            
A. Complete an accurate periodontal examination record at baseline and periodic examinations Periodontal Examination QE Oct / D1 Mar / D3 100 % Pass of QE    
2 - 12: Diagnose Periodontal Status of Pts            
a. Make a correct periodontal diagnosis. Periodontal Diagnosis QE Oct / D1 Mar / D3 100% Pass of QE    
2 - 13: Conduct and Document Exam of Teeth            
By radiographic and clinical examination, edentify and document the following: Review of examination by attending faculty Oct / D1 Jun / D3 All necessary in-formation for develop-ment or rational diagnosis and treatment plan:    
a. Teeth present and missing            
b. Recognize existing restorations as:       a. Has been provided    
        b. Has not been provided but deficien-cies are not harmful to general health    
1. Clinically acceptable            
2. Not clinically acceptable, future damage to the tooth and/or surrounding tissue likely to occur            
        c. Has not been provided such that deterioration of con-ditions harmful and dangerous to patient is not possible    
3. Not clinically acceptable, damage now occuring            
4. Alterations of tooth resulting from function, fracture or local or repetative factors            
5. Caries penetrating to the dentid            
6. Decalcificatios with or without cavitation            
2 - 14: Planned Care Sequence for Repair            
    Apr / D2 Jun / D3      
2 - 15: Planned Care Sequence, Replacement            
a. Complete two removable pros. Tx plans.   Jan / D2 Jun / D3      
b. Complete two fixed pros. Treatment plans.            
2 - 16: Recognize Physiol/Nonphysiol Mastic.            
O.D.T.P./CRES Manual O.D.T.P Qualifying Examination Sep, Oct, Jan, Apr / D1 Sep, Dec, Mar, Jun / D3 Passing grade 70% on Q. E.
a. Student identifies the condition of the masticatory system including TMJ function, cranio-mandibular relationship, muscles of mastication and occlusion            
b. Student distinguishes masticatory systems that are physiologic from those that are non-physiologic            
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