SORT Programme: A Structured Orthodontic Resident’s Training Programme

Amjad Mahmood
Margalla College of Dentistry, Margalla Institute of Health Sciences, Rawalpindi, Pakistan

Rozina Nazir
Foundation University College of Dentistry, Islamabad, Pakistan

Series: Dentistry and Oral Sciences
BISAC: MED016030

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A structured training programme is presented here, which is intended for any four-year postgraduate degree/ diploma in Orthodontics. A total of VIII modules have been developed, each of six months duration and the whole course is divided in these VIII modules. Its first four modules are structured in a way that they can be used for any two-years training programme.

The programme has been devised in a structured format, whereby, the whole training is patient-centered and follows the actual treatment sequence. Module-I is about activation of prior knowledge of basic medical and dental sciences and attainment of basic clinical knowledge and skills to prepare the residents for empathetic patient care. Real patient encounter starts in Module-II and, from here onwards, all areas of respective modules are according to treatment requirements at different stages. Each module has six distinct areas, i.e., Learning Objectives, Topics to be Covered, Reading List, Table of Specifications, Assessment Methods and Check List.

After successful adoption of this modular form of teaching, residents should attain the appropriate knowledge, proper attitudes and basic skills of orthodontics. This programme also enables the resident to develop a sense of professionalism, knowledge about medical ethics, scientific attitude, an inquisitive mind and a quest for research and Continuing Professional Development. A modular form of postgraduate training in orthodontics is suggested with an intention to standardize Orthodontic training across the country.
(Imprint: Nova Medicine and Health)

Foreword
Derek Mahony
Preface
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 General Instructions
Chapter 3 Knowledge
Chapter 4 Skills
Chapter 5 Attitudes
Chapter 6 Some Important Points
Chapter 7 Criteria For Fitness to Appear in Exit Examination
Chapter 8 Module-I
Chapter 9 Module-II
Chapter 10 Module-III
Chapter 11 Module-IV
Chapter 12 Intermediate Exam (At the Completion of Modules I-IV)
Chapter 13 Module-V
Chapter 14 Module-VI
Chapter 15 Module-VII
Chapter 16 Module-VIII
Chapter 17 Exit Exam (At the Completion of Modules I-VIII)
Chapter 18 BI-Annual Review Proforma (B-ARP)
Chapter 19 Sample of Schedules
Chapter 20 Sample of Weekly Time Table
Chapter 21 List of Logistics for Residents
Chapter 22 Annexures
Chapter 23 Log Book
References
Index
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