||23 September 2013|
UK/EU 2013/14: £4,100 (PT)
Overseas 2013/14: £10,500 (PT)
How to apply:
||Refer to the Application Pack|
|Programme director:||Professor Stephen Porter|
Contact tel. no.:
||+ 44 (0)20 3456 2301|
Contact e-mail address:
What will I learn?
- Applied Biology
- Systemic Disease and Special Care Dentistry
- Behavioural Sciences
- Law & Ethics
- Health & Safety
- Public Health Policy
- Theory and Practice of Governance
An outline of the structure of the Certificate in Special Care Dentistry and its assessment is available in the Programme Specification (MS Word).
Aims & Objectives
The aim of the
programme is to provide intensive postgraduate teaching to enhance
graduates' knowledge of contemporary aspects of Special Care Dentistry.
The course objective is to facilitate the development of graduates' practice of Special Care Dentistry to be able to offer patients a higher level of care
The programme follows a modularised structure. The modules have a
credit weighting and are separately assessed. Each component is assessed at the
end of the module by written and oral examination (viva including a review of the
student’s log book).
Clinical, practical and academic skills are assessed throughout each graduate's time at the Eastman. Some of this assessment is “formative” i.e it does not contribute to the final degree result but does aid the learning experience. Graduates general performance is assessed through regular appraisal meetings and by the Programme Committee.
The programme comprises 26 days of attendance over one year.
Normal working hours are 09.30 – 17.00 however on occasions some activities may take place outside these core hours.
Programme director: Professor Stephen Porter
Programme coordinator: Nichola King
Dr Paul Ashley,
Dr Roger Davies,
Dr Timothy Hodgson,
Dr Navdeep Kumar,
Dr David Moles,
Professor Crispian Scully CBE
all of whom are well respected and experienced teachers and/or practitioners of Special Care Dentistry and allied subjects.
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