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2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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DH 222W - Case Study Documentation II

Credits: 1.5
Provides further opportunity to present specific case documentation on dental patients' conditions/treatments.

Prerequisite(s): DH 210W , DH 213 , DH 214W , DH 215 , DH 216W , and DH 219W  each with a “C” (2.0) minimum grade.
Corequisite(s): DH 225 , DH 227W , DH 228 , DH 229 , and LWA 206C .
Lecture Hours: 22.5 Lab Hours: 0
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: No

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Demonstrate the ability to develop case presentation skills to present to peers and Dental Hygiene faculty in oral presentations and written reports.
    1. Obtain, review, and update medical and dental histories.
    2. Recognize health conditions and medications that impact overall patient care.
    3. Select, obtain, and interpret diagnostic information recognizing its advantages and limitations.
    4. Recognize predisposing and etiologic risk facts that require intervention to treat and prevent disease.
    5. Use assessment findings, etiologic factors, and clinical data to determine a hygiene diagnosis.
    6. Establish a collaborative relationship with the patient in the planned care.
    7. Identify patient needs and significant findings that impact the delivery of hygiene services.
    8. Establish a planned sequence of care.
    9. Implement dental hygiene interventions.
    10. Analyze the outcomes of hygiene interventions using indices, instruments, examination techniques, and patient self-report.
    11. Evaluate the patient’s satisfaction with the oral healthcare received and the oral healthcare status achieved.
    12. Plan and provide subsequent treatment or referrals based on evaluation findings.
    13. Develop and maintain a health maintenance program.
    14. Apply interpersonal and communication skills to effectively interact with the target audience.
    15. Apply professional judgment and ethical conduct when presenting material.
    16. Respond appropriately to feedback and questions.
  2. Demonstrate computer skills in building an oral presentation.
    1. Obtain a complete full mouth series of radiographs utilizing the CDR (Computer Digital Radiographs) system.
    2. Manipulate CDR radiographs for proper contrast and density.
    3. Complete a set of intra-oral photos utilizing the CDR system.
    4. Demonstrate the ability to copy and paste from the CDR system to Microsoft PowerPoint.
    5. Scan dental charts and records into Microsoft PowerPoint.
    6. Produce a computer presentation.



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