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Elective Courses

  Forensic Dentistry (FNSC 311)

This elective course will introduce the participant to the field of forensic science focusing on forensic dentistry. Participants will be able to understand the scope of forensic dentistry, the role of forensic pathology, forensic anthropology, forensic photography, and forensic dental radiology.

            Human dental identifications, child abuse issues, and bite mark investigations will be included. Dental jurisprudence and dental record keeping will be clarified.

د/ هبه الله محمد فايد


Instructor CPR (OSUR 513)

            This elective consists of lectures on background material relevant to teaching CPR as well as manikin skills mastery. Students must be able to demonstrate their CPR skills on a manikin, demonstrate their teaching skills by presenting lecture.

ا.د/ تامر عبد البارى

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Color and Appearance (ART 311)

            Students will learn some appearance attributes such as gloss, surface roughness, transparency, translucency, opalescence, fluorescence, and phosphorescence. Corrections of restorative materials and tooth bleaching will be covered as well. In addition, the student will learn about clinical shade matching and participate in a color training program using custom designed software.

د/ هديل احمد صبرى محمد

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Research Methodology (RESE 450)

            This course provides an introduction to program evaluation research in health care. It focuses on designing, conducting and using results of research. Practical issues are also addressed such as how to obtain informed consent and approval of institutional review boards, and how to get the most out of limited sources.

            Through a series of case studies, students acquire an understanding of strength and limits of different kinds of evaluation research.

د/ لمياء احمد ابراهيم

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Dental Practice Management (OPED 412)

            The course provides information on the non-scientific and non-technical aspects of dental practice, including office designing, financing, staffing and financial management.

د/ يسرا محمد نشات

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Total quality management (BAUD 112)

            The concept of quality simply means the absence of defects from a service. The student will learn about the benefits of total quality management to the patients, the organization and its employees. In addition they will learn more about the three TQM processes; quality planning, quality control, and quality improvement.

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د/ لمياء احمد ابراهيم

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