International Dentist Program/Clinics (IDPC)

Courses

IDPC 815. Clinical Orientation I - IDP. 2 Units.

Introduces the electronic patient record, reviews radiology safety, discusses professional liability, and introduces clinical regulatory compliance in dentistry. Introduces partner activities involving data gathering, radiology, periodontic activities, and photography.

IDPC 816. Clinical Orientation II - IDP. 1 Unit.

Builds on IDPC 815. Continues instruction related to the electronic patient record; discusses patient-management techniques, treatment planning, and practice-management issues; discusses clinic policies and infection control. Discusses financial planning for patients, as well as quality assurance and improvement. Continues partner activities, interpretation of data, and case presentation—including periodontal diagnoses.

IDPC 817. Clinical Orientation III - IDP. 1 Unit.

Builds on IDPC 815 and IDPC 816. Continues instruction related to the electronic patient record, bridging the transition from preclinical to clinical experience. Discusses long-term assessment of care outcomes and professional relationships. Continues partner activities.

IDPC 820. Preclinical Practicuum. 1 Unit.

Introduces patient care through observation and assisting. Continuous testing and assessing operative skills prior to direct patient treatment.

IDPC 825. General Clinics. 15 Units.

Includes direct patient care through rotations in urgent care, pediatric, service learning, and screening blocks. Requires registrations Autumn and Winter quarters of the IDP3 year to fulfill the total units.

IDPC 835. General Clinics. 19 Units.

Includes direct patient care through rotations in urgent care, pediatric, service learning, and screening blocks.

IDPC 845. General Clinics - Direct Patient Care. 18 Units.

Includes direct patient care.