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  1. Dental Hygiene

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To train the skills to provide dental hygiene services and participate in healthcare promotion activities in all levels of healthcare institutions. Learning outcomes: After graduation from the study programme the students will: 1. Be aware of: 1.1. odontological room equipment principles, odontological materials and instruments; 1.2. overall human, oral and dental anatomy, physiology, psychology of life stages, norms and pathology of key vital functions; 1.3. the reasons of odontological diseases as well as the factors that ensure health of oral organs. 2. Understand: 2.1. normative documents that regulate workplace, environment and safe work; 2.2. the mechanism of medicaments work and their impact as well as peculiarities of anaesthesia in odontology; 2.3. incidence, intensiveness and prophylactic principles of oral and dental diseases. 3. Acquire special skills to: 3.1 work with odontological equipments, instruments and relevant materials applying means and methods of infection control; 3.2. evaluate overall, oral and dental condition of a patient and to diagnose oral and dental diseases; 3.3. do oral care procedures, choose oral care means and methods; 3.4. provide urgent medical help; 3.5. do and evaluate x-rays of the teeth, radiographs. 4. Acquire general skills to: 4.1. collect and interpret epidemiological data, organize and conduct applied researches; 4.2. communicate and cooperate with healthcare and other specialists following the rules of ethics; 4.3. teach and to ...

    Provider NameSiauliai State College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  2. Odontological care

    A person who has acquired the qualification of assistant odontologist should: - be able to evaluate the development trends and conditions of odontological care services, use information technologies and communicate and cooperate with other healthcare specialists from home and abroad; - know and apply the national and international legal acts regulating the selected activity and motivation theories; - be able to consistently express thoughts, flexibly solve problems and effectively cooperate. ...

    Provider NameKaunas College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. Oral hygiene

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To train independently decisions making specialists, which will work independently or in a team with dentists and give professional oral health services, including oral health status investigation, service giving, according patients’ needs, standardized evaluation of clinical or prevention service’s needs, systemic individual and community’s oral health promotion. Learning outcomes: Students will be able to: 1. Create confidentiality based non conflict relationships with colleagues, patients and business partners, effectively work in a team with different specialization dentists, dental assistants and public health specialists; 2. Perform qualitative services and flexibly react to the dynamic of service needs; 3. Demonstrate understanding of safety at work principles and hygiene requirements and ensure safety of the patients‘ ethical and law interests; 4. Evaluate patients‘ oral and general health; 5. Perform universal services, reflecting modern science and technological novelties for the patients with different and special needs; 6. Evaluate by standardized methodology community‘s oral health and effectiveness of interventions; 7. Systemically promote oral and general health in the community; Activities of teaching and learning: Theoretical, Practical studies, Problem based learning, Analysis of Cases and Clinical situations, students‘ self studies and Scientific research activity. Methods of assessment of learning achievements: Subject learning outcomes are assessed during ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda State College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. Oral hygiene

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The objective of Oral hygiene study programme – is to qualify an oral hygienist, who is able to organize odontological workplace, provide oral care services, perform professional oral hygiene and participate in health strengthening activity. Learning outcomes: After graduation of study programme graduates will be able: to equip and maintain the workplace, follow the requirements of hygiene of working environment, used equipment and normative documents; to choose and apply individual and professional oral hygiene and other odontological materials, tools and and instruments; to assess independently general, oral and dental condition of a patient and recognize oral and dental diseases; to perform oral care and other health care maintenance procedures, plan and apply the preventive measures of diseases; to consult and teach clients (patients) healthy way of life and oral care; to work with the equipment of information technologies and participate in research activity; to give first aid in case of life threatening conditions and injuries. Activities of teaching and learning: Lectures, discussion, demonstration, observation, workshops, using decoy, medical instruments, equipment, case studies, simulation of real situations, work in pairs, groups and etc. Students develop practical skills during practice in a real environment of preschool educational institutions, health care institutions, dental offices and outpatient clinics. Methods of assessment of learning achievements: Study re ...

    Provider NamePanevezys College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  5. Oral hygiene

    Future specialists of oral hygiene study human anatomy, physiology, economics and management, medical ethics, health improvement, oral microbiology, oral health, prevention of dental diseases, professional oral hygiene, occupational health of the oral hygienist, epidemiology of dental diseases, etc. Practicing of professional hygiene takes place. The duration of practical studies is 240 hours They consolidate and develop the skills of hygienist’s work, selection and application of preventive measures for specific dental diseases and other skills. The studies programme of oral hygiene is intended for persons with secondary education, seeking to become teachers of oral hygienists. ...

    Provider NameLithuanian University of Health Sciences

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  6. Oral hygiene

    Future dental technicians study microbiology, hygiene, Lithuanian grammar, office documentation, information technologies, business economy, management, a foreign language, applied researches, fundamentals of psychology, anatomy, fundamentals of physiology, etc. Practical studies are conducted in three stages: training, final and specialisation practice in laboratories or clinics that produce dental prostheses. The duration of practical studies is 27 weeks. During these studies, the skills required to produce facial, mouth, dental prostheses and splints, evaluate the quality of a prosthesis, etc., are consolidated and improved. The dental technology study programme is designed for people who have secondary general education and aspire to be dental technicians. ...

    Provider NameKaunas College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  7. Odontological care

    Future odontologists’ assistants study internal diseases and their prophylaxis, nursing fundamentals, odontological equipment and materials, odontological radiology, oral health, therapeutic odontological help, orthopaedic odontology, periodontology, oral diseases, surgical odontological help, odontological help for children, etc. Practical studies are conducted in four stages: oral health and individual hygiene training, nursing, therapeutic odontology and final practice. The duration of practical studies is 25 weeks. During studies, the skills required to work with information technology equipment, provide first aid and odontological help, nurse, etc., are consolidated and improved. The odontological care study programme is designed for people who have secondary general education and aspire to be odontologists’ assistants. ...

    Provider NamePanevezys College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  8. Dental technology

    A person who has acquired the qualification of dental technician should: - be able to evaluate the development trends and technologies of dental equipment, use information technologies, organise the activities of a company and cooperate with partners from home and abroad; - know and apply legal acts regulating the selected type of activities and the principles of forming a business development strategy; - be able to apply materials that meet the requirements of the Lithuanian medicine norms; make facial, mouth and dental prostheses, and orthodontic devices and splints. ...

    Provider NameKaunas College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  9. Dental technology

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim of Dental technology study programme is to prepare a specialist who is able to manufacture of dentures and orthodontic appliances independently, to choose the materials, equipment and various manufacturing technologies, to introduce new denture manufacturing technologies in support of research, collaborate with other health care professionals, to organize dental laboratory activities. Learning outcomes: The aim of Dental technology study programme is to prepare a specialist who is able to: 1. Select materials for produce of dental prosthesis or orthodontal apparatus; 2. Safely work with tools and devices intended for the denture production; 3. Apply appropriate technologies of dentures or orthodontic appliance production; 4. Model and to construct dentures; 5. Produce dentures and orthodontic appliances; 6. Repair dentures and orthodontic appliances; to cooperate with the dentist; 7. Communicate with patients / clients and others with prosthetic process related persons; 8. Organize laboratory activities; 9. Develop and to implement a dental technician practice in the health care system; 10. Apply the health care legislation and the professional ethics document in the professional activities; 11. Plan, to execute and to disseminate the scientific dental technology research; 12. To improve own professional qualifications. Activities of teaching and learning: In order to achieve study results, student-oriented interactive methods (analysis of cases, reflection, interacti ...

    Provider NameUtena College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  10. Odontological Care

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The aim of Odontological Care study programme is to prepare high qualified dental assistants who are able to assist the dentist or odontology specialist, independently perform intra-oral procedures without exceeding limits of their competence, to ensure care and prevention of oral health, teach to healthy lifestyle and promote the prestige of the profession. Learning outcomes: Graduates will be able to: 1. Recognize dental and oral diseases and take care of their prophylaxis; 2. Work with equipment, materials and instruments used in odontology; observe asepsis and antisepsis, providing services of dental care; 3. Perform local anaesthetic procedures; 4. Work with dental X-ray diagnostic devices; 5. Provide first aid; 6. Perform procedures sustaining oral health; 7. Communicate with patients/clients and other persons related with the treatment process; 8. Teach patients about healthy lifestyle, rational nutrition, rules of oral care and become responsible for their own health; 9. Develop and apply dental assistant’s practice in the health care system; 10. Take part in epidemiological studies; 11. Be professionally active in ethical, deontological and legal contexts; 12. Plan, perform and disseminate scientific oral care studies; 13. Improve professional qualification. Activities of teaching and learning: In order to achieve study results, student-oriented interactive methods (analysis of cases, reflection, interactive lecture, observation, analysis of best practices, making an ...

    Provider NameUtena College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania

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