Dentistry (Medicine III) OpenCourseWare: Tufts University's Free Grad-level Dentistry Class

Published Feb 11, 2009

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Learn how to read what a chart tells you about patients in this dentistry OpenCourseWare designed for hospital clerks. Offered by Tufts University, 'Medicine III: Hospital Clerkship Program' provides a background in medical emergencies that occur in a dentistry setting. This graduate level course is beneficial for those seeking a degree in Dentistry.

Medicine III: Hospital Clerkship Program: Course Specifics

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Medicine III: Hospital Clerkship Program: Course Description

Use clinical, social and medical history to determine a starting point for evaluations. Tufts University in Medford, MA, offers this course, which provides slides and case studies, which students can evaluate to determine possible causes for illness and death. Students can also look at lab results, see the diagnosis and examine the doctor's recommendation. This includes studying different drugs, their side effects and use. Information acquired through this course is used to determine the patients' oral health needs. Tufts University Professors Kanchan Ganda, Joanne Brewer, Laura Castro, Geoffrey Wing-Lynn Chan, Jeffrey T. Cooper, Michael Monopoli, Michael Thompson, Marianne Dyke and Cynthia A. Yered McLaughlin worked together to provide information for this course about recognizing and diagnosing oral health diseases.

This course provides free lectures and notes, a list of objectives and some additional resources. To take this course or to learn more, visit the Medicine III course page.

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