It also aims to provide a recognised education and training programme that will equip dentists with the knowledge, skills and experience to safely and independently use conscious sedation techniques in their own clinics. The objectives of the course are to provide:
Candidates for the course have to attend a total of 11 didactic days and a minimum of 20 clinical sessions (10 days). The course is divided into 7 modules, each having specific aims and learning outcomes. There are elements of direct contact teaching, self-directed learning, clinical practice and associated assignments for each module. Assessment is by written and oral work, clinical attachments, literature dissertation and portfolio of work.
A comprehensive education in the theoretical principles of conscious sedation, anxiety and pain control will be taught and clinical skills will be developed.
Applicants must possess a dental degree, which is registerable with the Dental Council in Ireland. Entry to training in conscious sedation in dentistry would normally follow a two-year period of general professional training that a student would already have undergone. Applicants must have evidence of satisfactory seroconversion for protection against Hepatitis B. Applicants will also be required to undergo Garda (Police) Vetting.
No work experience is required.
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