EVIDENCE BASED ORAL HEALTH PRACTICE
Credit points: 30
This is a capstone subject where students use existing knowledge and skills from earlier subjects (oral and basic sciences, public health and research methods) to apply evidence based practices and programs in a variety of settings. Emphasis will be placed on developing skills in evidence based and evidence informed practice to solve problems and to appreciate the limitations of evidence based practice. Students will use real examples from their clinical practice and community setting placements as a basis for their learning. Evidence-based practice is the current best approach to provide interventions that are scientific, safe, efficient and cost effective. In this subject students will prepare a report around a clinical problem. This process involves four phases: framing an answerable question from a clinical problem, searching for the best evidence, reviewing and critically appraising the evidence and application of this information in a way that supports clinical practice.
SchoolLa Trobe Rural Health School
Subject Co-ordinatorRon Knevel
Available to Study Abroad/Exchange StudentsYes
Subject year levelYear Level 3 - UG
Available as ElectiveNo
Prerequisites Students must be admitted in the following course: HBOHSB AND must have passed the following subjects: ORH1POH, ORH1IOS or DEN1SKA and DEN1SKB, HBS1HBB, PHE1SDH, ORH2COH, PHE2PHP, DEN2MDA, ORH2OSN, DEN3RID
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Achieving evidence-based practice: a handbook for practitioners.
AuthorHamer, S & Collison, G
Evidence-based dentistry: managing information for better practice.
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Bendigo, 2021, Week 47-22, Day
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Subject Instance Co-ordinatorRon Knevel
WorkShopWeek: 47 - 22
One 1.00 hour workshop per week on weekdays during the day from week 47 to week 22 and delivered via blended.
WorkShopWeek: 47 - 22
Two 4.00 hours workshop per study period on weekdays during the day from week 47 to week 22 and delivered via face-to-face.
Scheduled at start of summer semester (end November) - 2 workshops of 4 hours
Written report 1:Identifying a clinical problem, including rationale and motivation (1000 words)As a clinician the first step of EBD is identifying a clinical problem and that leads to framing or asking an answerable question, short case description. Submission of reports through Summer semester report 1 and 2) and semester 1 (report 3 and 4).
Written report 2: Framing an answerable question (1000 words).Include: key question, introduction, search strategy ideas, patient perspective/perceived benefits
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Written report 3:Search strategy, initial appraisal of literature, literature review(2500 words) Include: search strategy, terms, sources, selection, appraisal, and literature review
Written report 4:Clinical recommendations, integrating the evidence to clinical practice (2500 words)The four written reports, will be submitted in stages throughout Summer semester and semester 1.The fourth report includes previous reports in one cohesive final submission.
|Report||Individual||No||30||SILO1, SILO2, SILO3, SILO4, SILO5, SILO6, SILO7|
One 7-minute video presentation (equivalent 1000 words) Submission end semester 1.
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