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Unit information: Dental Skills/PCD Capstone Assessment Unit Year 2 in 2017/18

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Unit name Dental Skills/PCD Capstone Assessment Unit Year 2
Unit code ORDS20023
Credit points 40
Level of study I/5
Teaching block(s) Academic Year (weeks 1 - 52)
Unit director Dr. Daud
Open unit status Not open
Pre-requisites

Satisfactory progression from Year 1 to Year 2 of the BDS programme.

Co-requisites

Satisfactory completion of all formative assessment requirements within Dental Skills Yr 2 (ORDS20021) and Primary Care Dentistry Yr 2 (ORDS20022).

School/department Bristol Dental School
Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences

Description

This unit has been set up for combined summative assessment purposes only for the units Dental Skills Yr 2 (ORDS20021) and Primary Care Dentistry Yr 2 (ORDS20022).

Intended learning outcomes

This is an assessment unit, assessing the intended learning outcomes of ORDS20021 and ORDS20022.

Teaching details

This is an assessment unit, assessing the intended learning outcomes of ORDS20021 and ORDS20022.

For teaching information, please refer to the unit specifications for ORDS20021 and ORDS20022.

Assessment Details

Summative Assessments

OSCE Assessment

OSCE stations with practical-based questions covering the learning outcomes from Dental Skills Yr 2 and Primary Care Dentistry Yr 2. Comprises the following subject areas: operative dentistry, prosthetic dentistry, applied dental materials, periodontology, the clinical environment, dental assisting and teamworking, pain and anxiety management and communication skills.
Contributes 50% to the unit mark.

e-assessment

A knowledge assessment with questions covering the learning outcomes from Dental Skills Yr 2 and Primary Care Dentistry Yr 2. Comprises the following subject areas: operative dentistry, prosthetic dentistry, applied dental materials, periodontology, the clinical environment, dental assisting and teamworking, pain and anxiety management and communication skills.

Multi format e-based questions.
Contributes 50% to the unit mark.

There is no compensation between the OSCE and knowledge-based E-assessment. Therefore, students must pass both the e-assessment and OSCE.

Students failing either the e-assessment or the OSCE will be offered a second attempt to achieve a pass mark for the assessment they failed.

Reading and References

See reading and references sections of ORDS20021 and ORDS20022.

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