ORHL1102 Oral Health Therapy Clinical Skills I
How to create a concept map on one of the topics of clinical anatomy?
To create a concept map on one of the topics of clinical anatomy, you are required to choose a topic of anatomy with direct clinical relevance and demonstrate your understanding of how anatomy is applied clinically in dental and medical practice. For example, what defect / disease / complication may develop when something goes wrong whether developmentally or iatrogenically.You will use inspiration software or another program that demonstrates your understanding of selected anatomy topics which have clinical relevance.You select the unit you would like to complete.
What is embryological processes?
You will be assessed on the successful use of colour to show theme effectively and exhibit contrast between different anatomical structures connecting words and directional arrows to demonstrate the directional relationship between different anatomical structures and how a disease / defect / complication may develop as a result of developmental or iatrogenic fault.
What is Effective use of references of Literacy and numeracy?
This assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s:
Craniofacial Complex and Oral Region:
Be able to describe the basic embryological processes and their macro and microscopic interactions that lead to the development of the craniofacial complex and oral region be able to describe the macroscopic anatomy of the head and neck structures and their functions using anatomical terminology with a focus on oral and peri-oral structures be able to apply anatomical knowledge in describing disease processes and clinical manifestations of congenital and developmental orofacial defects and accidental and iatrogenic injuries
This assessment task aims to provide you with feedback on how to organise your thoughts for the information acquired in a particular topic of clinical anatomy. The objective is to assess your understanding of how theoretical anatomy is connected with the evidence based practice. Concept maps are an outward display of how you have mentally organised information.
They are useful in showing how the learner thinks and organises knowledge and understanding. They visually illustrate relationships between concept(s) and sub-concepts. They are useful for an instructor (or student) to examine because they can illustrate the learner's misconceptions or lack of understanding. This task is designed to show the student depth of understanding of the links between anatomy and their role in the clinical setting.