Our programme in Endodontic Practice focuses on evidence based learning and the transition of this into clinical practice. You will be able to develop your knowledge and skills alongside enhancing your own clinical practice and will be taught by senior clinicians and experts in the field of Endodontics with vast experience in all clinical treatment modalities. You will be mentored by experienced and active practitioners, able to understand both your professional needs and your time constraints.
If you would like to view the core modules for this course in greater detail, please click each individual module below or visit this page.
- Professional Project/ Poster
- Clinical Quality Improvement and Risk Management
Using distance learning and an innovative e-portfolio, you will interact with your own patients in your own practice whilst receiving advice and feedback about your clinical cases. You will participate in tutorial based learning and practical training workshops held at Warwick Medical School and in the University’s specialised Training Centre in Royal Leamington Spa. Facilities include an education suite and a state-of-the-art clinical skills laboratory.
There is a range of assessment styles, including written assignments, poster presentations and oral discussions.
This course is for practising dentists who wish to develop their knowledge and skills in endodontic care whilst still continuing with their current clinical commitments. The course is also suitable if you wish to be considered a dentist with enhanced/extended skills or with special interests in endodontics.
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Part-time 3-5 years
All students must:
1. Hold a license to practice dentistry and be in clinical practice (BDS, LDS or international equivalent).
2. Be a current registrant of the General Dental Council (or international equivalent for overseas candidates).
3. Have their own professional indemnity insurance for practising dentistry.
4. Have completed one year's post-primary qualification (which may include Dental Foundation Training where appropriate)
5. Be able to provide evidence of Practice CQC accreditation (or international equivalent for overseas candidates). Students whose first language is not English will be required to demonstrate language competence, via: 1. IELTS score of at least 6.5 overall (with 6.5 in the reading and writing components) 2. PTE (Pearson Test of English) score of 55. Students who score below this threshold will be offered pre-sessional English language at the University.
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