This unit of study aims to tie together all of the clinical and theoretical knowledge gained through evidence based oral health clinical practice related to the scope of practice for Oral Health Therapists. This includes extended age range for restorative treatment.
The didactic sessions reinforce the application of theoretical concepts, critical thinking and clinical reasoning as related to comprehensive, integrated patient care. Assessment includes a Case Portfolio and an Oral Comprehensive Examination, with External Examiners assessing the student's competence and ability to practice safely at graduation.
Coordinator: Wendy Currie
Compulsory Co-requisites: ORHL3101; ORHL3102
Prerequisites: All Units of Study for the second year of the Bachelor of Oral Health must be successfully completed Compulsory Co-requisites: ORHL3101; ORHL3102
ORHL2201 and ORHL2202Co-requisites
ORHL3101 and ORHL3102