|1||Name of Course||Diagnostic and Imaging II|
|2||Course Code||DAC 3502|
|3||Rationale for inclusion of the course in the programme||This course will provides students with a series of lectures on the radiologic techniques and procedures as well as interpretation of disease affected in the oral cavity, head and neck region. The course also exposed the student with advance radiology techniques in dentistry.|
|5||Semester and Year Offered||Year 4 : Semester VII and VIII|
Total Student Learning Time
| SEMSTER 1
|Total Guided and Independent Learning
|7||Credit Value (Hours)||2.0 credit|
|9||Learning Outcome||At the end of this course, students are able to:
|10||Transferable skills||Skill in handling digital imaging system including image processing, properties and application.|
|11||Teaching – learning and assessment strategy||The teaching-learning approaches include lectures, tutorials, seminars, small group discussion and assignments. Students are assessed on formative and summative basis using several assessment methods such as MCQ, MEQ, and OSCE.|
|12||Synopsis||The course is designed to be related to principles and procedures of dental radiograph, radiation physics and biological effect, protection procedures and safety guideline.
It will emphasis the usage of extraoral and intraoral radiograph including techniques and procedures. The course also exposed the student with advance radiology techniques in dentistry such as MRI, CBCT and CT scan.
This course apply the integration of the naqli and aqli in the teaching and learning purpose purposes and online learning (blended mode).
|13||Mode of Delivery||Lecture, tutorial, seminar/presentation, group activities, service learning.|
Assessment Methods and Types
|A number of assessment methods will be used. These include pen-paper tests such as Multiple Choice Questions (One Best Answer), Modified Essay Questions (MEQ), Short Essay Question (SAQ); OSPE, Continuous assessment as in clinical session.
Both formative and summative assessment will be used. The proportion of these types of assessment are presented below:
Mid Semester Test : 30%
Clinical : 20%
End year examination : 50%
|15.||Mapping of the Course/module to programme aims||
|16||Mapping of the Course/Module to Programme Outcame||
|17||References: * Main
references ** Additional
|*Langlain, Robert. Exercises in Oral Radiology 4th edition. Elsevier 2004
**Frommer, Herbert H. Radiology for dental Auxiliaries. Mosby. 2001
**Thomson, Evelyn. Exercises in Oral Radiography Techniques. Prentice
**Erlich and Torres. Modern Dental Assisting. 7th ed. 2002
Anderson and Pendleton. The Dental Assistant. Delmar Publishing 2001
Phinney and Halstead. Delmar’s Dental Assisting: A Comprehensive
Approach. Thompson Learning 2004
|19||Other additional||Appendix 1 (Mapping of the Course to the Programme Learning Outcome)
Appendix 2 (Mapping of the course to the integration of naqli and aqli &
blended mode learning)
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