1 Name of Course Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine II
2 Course Code DAC 4296
3 Rationale for inclusion of the course in the programme This course consists chiefly of the diagnosis and medical management of the patient with complex medical disorders involving the oral mucosa and salivary glands as well as orofacial pain and temporomandibular disorders. Oral Medicine is concerned with the oral health care of medically compromised patients and with the diagnosis and nonsurgical management of medically related disorders or conditions affecting the oral and maxillofacial region.
5 Semester and    Year Offered Year  4 : Semester I
 

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Total Student Learning Time

 SEMSTER 1

NO. TEACHING LEARNING METHODS CONTACT HOURS SDL SLT
1. Lectures 14 28 42
2. Tutorial 5 5 10
3. Practical 6 2 8
4. Clinical 39 13 52
5. PBL 5 5 10
 7 Assessment (mini-test) 2 0 2
 8 Exam 3 3
Total 74 53 127
Total Guided and Independent Learning

Face to face 74
Independent Learning 55
Total 127
7 Credit Value (Hours)  3.0 notional credit
8 Prerequesite None
9 Learning  Outcome At the end of this course, students are able to:

LO 1 Understand the different type of oral disease related to medically compromised patient  the oral health care of medically compromised patients and with the diagnosis and C2
LO 2 Apply knowledge in oral diagnosis and treatment planning based on the application of knowledge of dental disease processes, oral radiography and radiology, oral anatomy and pathology and C3
LO 3 Manage nonsurgical of medically related disorders or conditions affecting the oral and maxillofacial region P4
LO 4 Understand the ethical and professional standards while carrying out diseases management in aspects of Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine A3
10 Transferable skills Soft skills in oral diseases identification and knowledge on their types, presentation and communications skills, critical thinking, Problem solving, Teamwork.

Specific skills: Management of oral disease related to medically compromised patient

11 Teaching – learning and assessment  strategy
  1. The teaching-learning approaches include lectures, tutorials, seminars, small group discussion and assignments.
  2. Students are assessed on formative and summative basis using several assessment methods such as MCQ, MEQ, SAQ, EMQ and OSCE.
12 Synopsis The main aim in the courses of oral pathology  is to provide the students with an understanding scientific basis and the theories of the nature (aetiology), progression (pathogenesis) and sign and symptom of oral diseases related to medically compromised patient.  The management and oral health care of medically compromised patients.
 13 Mode of Delivery Lecture, tutorial, seminar, group activities, clinical sessions.
14 Assessment Methods and Types Both formative and summative assessment will be used. The proportion of these types of assessment are presented below:

DAC 4296

Mid Semester 1                                : 30%

End of Semester 1 Exam                 : 70%

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Content  outline of the course/module and the SLT per topic

Tongue disorders

Lesion affecting the tongue

Benign White Lesion

Premalignant lesion

Oral Carcinoma

 

References

1.   Cawson’s Essentials of Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine, Seventh edition By: R. A. Cawson, E. W. Odell. Churchill Livingstone,7th. Edition (October 2002)

2.  Oral Pathology, Southam  and Soames. Oxford University pr., 3rd. edition (September 1998)

3.  Oral Diagnosis: The Clinician’s  Guide, Warren Brirnbaum, Stephen Dunne, Willeys  publ.2001.

4.   Oral Pathology By: R.A.Cawson, E.W. Odell.Churchill Livingstone, 2nd. Edition (September 1999)