Comp. Outcomes
Criteria for Assessment
How Measured
When Introduced
When Measured
as of Apr 99
Actions Taken
1 - 1: Provides Safety and Wellbeing            
a. Workspace disinfected and prepared according to the UCSF School of Dentistry Infection Control Guidelines (ICG) b. Treatment rendered according to ICG guidelines. a. b. Graded at each clinical competency (QE) examination. b. Daily comments by clinic instructors Oct / D1 Dec, Mar, Jun/D1 Sep, Dec, Mar, Jun/D3 Sep, Dec, Mar, Jun/D4 75% pass rate on examination    
1 - 2: Certified in CPR            
a. Current CPR Certificate Basic Life Support Training Manual (provided by CPR Center) Sep 1 / D1 Oct / D3 Dec/ D1 Sep, Dec, Mar Jun/D2 Dec/D3 Successful Certificate Issued by CPR Center    
1 - 3: Apply Scientific Findings to Clinical Problems            
a. Specific assignments and reports b. Guidelines to be developed Literature review in tutorial sessions. Sep 1/D1 Oct, Jan, Apr/D2 Jul, Oct, Jan, Apr/D3 Sep, Dec, Mar, Jun/D1 Dec, Mar, Jun/D2 Dec, Jun/D3 Dec, Jun/D4 Verbal presentation and content assessment. Pass assigned presentations.    
1 - 4: Radiographic Knowledge/Safety            
Written examination. Didactic course exams OR 110.01 & 110.02 Sep, Oct. Jan/D1 Dec, Mar, Jun/D1 Pass course
1 - 5: Demonstrates Ethical Behavior            
The Student: 1. Promotes and respects the autonomy of the patient. a. Daily clinical observation by faculty. Sep / D2 Sep, Dec. Mar, Jun/D3 # of incident reports
2. Solicits and respects the values and preferences of the patient. b. Competency examinations. Sep, Dec, Mar, Jun/D4 Patient Satisfaction Survey
3. Demonstrates by example, values and attitudes that are consistent with the profession and promotes oral health and the education of patients. A score of 2.5 or lower on the Competency exam.
4. Determines competency of the patient to give informed consent.
5. Promotes the confidentiality of patient records.
6. Determines and communicates the risks, cost, benefits and alternatives to any proposed treatment.
7. Delivers care within his or her ability.
8. Places the well being of the patient ahead of his or her personal desires or obligations.
9. Respects colleagues and supports their relationships with their patients.
1 - 6: Demonstrates Professionalism            
a. While providing comprehensive care, demonstrates professional integrity, good judgment. a. Clinical evaluation form floor faculty, D3/D4 Oct / D1 Oct / D3 Dec, Mar, Jun/D1 Mar, Jun/D3 Mar, Jun/D4 a. Clinical Independence Scores = or < 2 by Spring of D4 year    
b. Development of mature, sensitive and effective relationships with patients, staff, peers and faculty. b. Survey sample of peers/staff/faculty/patients (at time of appt.)     b. Score = or >4 ave (1-5 sacle) of maturity/caring/sensitive to needs/+good communication.    
c. Accepts and receptive to constructive criticism and responds with appropriate behavioral changes. c. Clinical evaluation from floor faculty in D3, D4 years     c. Non Devisive; makes good use of feedback; able to work a variety of faculty w/o difficulty    
d. Tolerates physically taxing work loads and functions effectively under stress. d. 1. Attendance d. Attendance guidelines Completes coursework & clinical care on time.
  2. Completes assigned casework & clinical work.          
e. Adapts to changing environments, displays flexibility, functions effectively in the face of uncertainties. e. NPV, ER patients Special needs patients Rotation to Specialty     e. Handels change seamlessly with even disposition and consistently good judgement.    
f. Possesses defined level of fundamental knowledge in basic and dental sciences as well as critical thinking skills defined as measure, calculate, reasoning, reasoning, analysis, integration and synthesis to deliver comprehensive care. f. Oral Dx skills tested by floor faculty in D3, D4 years.     f. Pass ODTP QE D4 Pass selected case presentation to peers and coach furing D3, D4 years    
g. Compassion, integrity, honesty, concern for others, interpersonal skills, motivation, curiosity, congenial. g. D3 NVP QE Patient Complaints random sample of patients surveyed     Pass D3 NPV QE + or < 1 patient com-plaint in D# or D4 year / 90% or better on patient survey    
h. Student delivers care within the scope of his or her ability. e. Faculty evaluation of care in CC 139 & CC 149          
        Asks for help when appropriate    
I. Student demonstrates ethical behavior. (See Ethics Competency) See Ethics          
        Does not attempt TX outside ability or clinic protocol    
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