The course is aimed at providing clinicians with an understanding of managerial, clinical and research issues that will develop dental implantology within dental practice, and with the complementary skills required to contribute to and influence development and evaluation of dental practice. The course comprises a combination of related theory, research and practice including understanding and evaluation of the clinical theory, practice and associated research applied to dental implantology as a mode of treatment in general dental practice. The programme incorporates a variety of teaching methods, laboratory and supervised practice. Assessments are varied and include assignments, MCQs, portfolio of practice learning, case studies and research proposals.
Be a qualified as a British Dental Surgeon (or equivalent) and have a licence to practise dentistry. Be in professional practice for a minimum of 2 years or have been involved in a hospital appointment. Be registered with the General Dental Council (or equivalent). Be registered with a defence union. Posess indemnity insurance cover at an appropriate level. Posess a current certificate of immunisation against communicable disease (Hepatitis B).
Recipient: University of Central Lancashire
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