Dental Science (Endodontics)

Fall 2017 Course Offerings
PEND 800 MDS (Endodontics) Research and Manuscript Melissa A Marchesan
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time: Place: Duration: Credit:variable 1-4
This course provides postgraduate students with the experience of engaging in research in dental and related sciences, and to pursue a Masters of Dental Science (MDS) degree in the UTHSC College of Graduate Health Sciences. In this course, students will work on individual research projects under the supervision of an individual advisor experienced in research methodologies and scientific writing. Students will work on the inception, implementation, and submission for publication of a research project with an individual advisor. Student activities include library research, writing a literature review, developing a research protocol, hands-on research, gathering and analyzing data, interpreting experimental results, developing conclusions, and publishing outcomes. Submission for publication of the original research is required. (didactic, research)
PEND 810 Classic Endodontic Literature Review Adam Lloydt
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time: Place: Duration: Credit:4
The course consists of continuous weekly seminars devoted to review of endodontic and related literature and discussion of research methods. Selected articles in a particular topic are carefully reviewed and analyzed. The residents learn to critically read and evaluate the scientific evidence that supports endodontic principles and practice. (didactic, lecture seminar)
PEND 811 Contemporary Evidence-Based Endodontic Journal Club Melissa A. Marchesan MMARCHE3
Start date:2017-08-14End date:2017-12-15
Time: Place: Duration: Credit:2
Ongoing review of current, pertinent, professional literature is fundamental to the successful practice of endodontics. The assessment of current literature for its evidence-based value is critical. This course has a basic journal club format, and involves surveying major dental periodicals to identify important articles, reviewing those articles, and discussing each article in an open face to face format. Journal Club provides a mechanism for surveying dental periodicals with high impact factors to identify important articles, reviewing those articles, and discussing each article in an open seminar format. (didactic, lecture seminar)
Spring 2018 Course Offerings
PEND 800 MDS (Endodontics) Research and Manuscript Melissa A Marchesan
Start date:  2018-01-02    End date:  2018-06-29
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  variable
This course provides postgraduate students with the experience of engaging in research in dental and related sciences, and to pursue a Masters of Dental Science (MDS) degree in the UTHSC College of Graduate Health Sciences. In this course, students will work on individual research projects under the supervision of an individual advisor experienced in research methodologies and scientific writing. Students will work on the inception, implementation, and submission for publication of a research project with an individual advisor. Student activities include library research, writing a literature review, developing a research protocol, hands-on research, gathering and analyzing data, interpreting experimental results, developing conclusions, and publishing outcomes. Submission for publication of the original research is required. (didactic, lecture)
PEND 810 Classic Endodontic Literature Review Adam Lloyd
Start date:  2018-01-02    End date:  2018-06-29
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  4
The course consists of continuous weekly seminars devoted to review of endodontic and related literature and discussion of research methods. Selected articles in a particular topic are carefully reviewed and analyzed. The residents learn to critically read and evaluate the scientific evidence that supports endodontic principles and practice. (didactic, lecture)
PEND 811 Contemporary Evidence-Based Endodontic Journal Club Adam Lloyd
Start date:  2018-01-02    End date:  2018-06-29
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  2
This course has a basic journal club format, and involves surveying major dental periodicals to identify important articles, reviewing those articles, and discussing each article in an open face to face format. Journal Club provides a mechanism for surveying dental periodicals with high impact factors to identify important articles, reviewing those articles, and discussing each article in an open seminar format. (didactic, lecture seminar)
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