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Faculty Calibration as Essential for the Future of Periodontal Education: The East Carolina University School of Dentistry Medicine Calibration Model

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Faculty Calibration as Essential for the Future of Periodontal Education: The East Carolina University School of Dentistry Medicine Calibration Model East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine
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Faculty Calibration as Essential for the Future of Periodontal Education: The East Carolina University School of Dentistry Medicine Calibration Model East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine Dr. Grishondra Branch-Mays Chair, Department of Surgical Sciences What we currently do regarding calibration? What is working well? What are our challenges? What plans to we have that are in progress? Our Mission Prepare leaders with outstanding clinical skills, an ethical bearing, sound judgment and a passion to serve; Provide educational opportunities for academically qualified individuals from historically underrepresented groups, disadvantaged backgrounds, and undeserved areas; Provide and enhance oral health services for underserved North Carolinians through implementation of community-oriented service learning and interprofessionalcollaborations; Foster a learning environment where collaboration, creativity, diversity and professionalism are embraced; Influence future clinical practice and dental education through research, innovation and discovery; Educational Priorities 52 pre-doctoral dental students per year 4-5 General Practice Residents per year Up to 22 Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) residents per year 3-4 Pediatric Dental Residents per year Continuing education for dental professionals Oral health promotion - general public The ECU Model Primary Care Increasing Access: educating/providing care Traditional Values: education/service/research Facilities: - Greenville Ross Hall - Community Service Learning Centers (10) Across the state in rural/underserved communities Curriculum/Use of technology All students from NC Community Service Learning Centers: The ECU Model Community-based, economically sustainable dental practices of the School of Dental Medicine where students will advance their skills and knowledge under the supervision of dental faculty while living in rural areas across North Carolina. Education Access Sustainable Technology Innovation With a Purpose Use is NOT an option All Apple (MacBook, ipad, iphone) State-of-the-Art Clinical Technology 7 ibook Platforms (facilitate problem-solving in class, chairside and at home) Yammer New Learning Management System (LMS) Robust connectivity to CSLCs ECU General Practice Dentistry Model Comprehensive care Preparing Primary Dental Care Providers Supervision by General Dentist and Specialist Faculty Laboratory Clinic General Practice Leaders Vertical Teams Initial Calibration Effort Grand Rounds Presentation Lecture Presentation on Periodontal Documentation/ Comprehensive Exam Hands on Calibration in Ross Hall Standardization for faculty providing coverage in the preclinical labs Periodontal Examination Gingival Assessment Probing and determination of the CAL Probing technique and instrumentation Review of the periodontal module in axium Review of the Grading rubrics Discussion of faculty assessment and student self-assessment Calibration in Ross Hall- Preclinical Labs Standardization for faculty providing coverage in the preclinical labs Scaling and Root Planing Review of principles and techniques for S/RP Review of the grading rubric Discussion of faculty assessment and student self-assessment axium axium axium axium Grading Rubric Grading Rubric Grading Rubric Grading Rubric Student Self Evaluation Student Self Evaluation Student Self Evaluation Faculty Evaluation Forms Calibration for All Faculty Presentation on AAP Classification System Discussion and review of the AAP Classification System Presentation and discussion on treatment planning patients with periodontal diseases Materials prepared for itunes U ipad access Calibration for Community Service Learning Center Faculty Extended orientation and introduction in Ross Hall Meeting with each Division directors Meeting with Chairs of the clinical departments Standardization of CSLC Directors Periodic presentation and updates by Division Directors and Chair Successes Preclinical to Clinical ituneu Challenges Community Service Learning Centers Part-time Faculty Full-time Faculty Works in Progress Quarterly Standardizations Post-testing
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