Association for Dental Education in Europe

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5 Min Pitch S5B Teaching Methods

Friday, 25th August 2023 - 11:30 to 13:00
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90 Minute

5 Min Pitch S5B Teaching Methods
Woolfson Virtual Theatre @ The Spine
Session synopsis: 

Selected delegates get the opportunity to pitch their work using the LTB e-poster platform in this chaired session. Aim to encourage wide dissemination of their work presenters will speak to their e-poster and encourage delegates to visit their work to find out more  This session focuses on abstracts submitted to the category teaching methods.





Dental students' use of online videos as a learning tool from their educators' perspective
Maria van Harten, Dublin Dental University Hospital, Trinity College, Ireland 


Experience of the 2022 educational reform of Odontotechnology and Prosthodontics Preclinical Course at Semmelweis University
Anna Júlia Dézsi, Semmelweis University of Medicine, Hungary 


Does personalised feedback from students impact teaching performance and student learning?
Phillip Brown, University of Liverpool, School of Dentistry, UK 


Is there any sustained effect of the COVID-19 pandemic? A longitudinal study evaluating learning effectiveness in oral radiology
Katharina Mücke, Heinrich-Heine Universitat Düsseldorf, Germany


Dispelling myths associated with cleft lip and palates: A co-creation approach to developing an educational comic
Lucy Frankcom, University of Dundee, UK


How does the management of clinical errors in teaching hospitals impact learning of undergraduate dental students?
Claire Newey, University of Liverpool, School of Dentistry, UK


Enhancing the dental foundation trainee experience: a novel approach for improving self-confidence in general dental practice
Gulshana Choudhury, Royal National ENT and Eastman Dental Hospitals, London UK


Patient Centered Trauma Informed Care (PCTI) in Dental Treatment of Holocaust Survivor Patients (HSP)
John Moran, Rutgers University School of Dental Medicine, USA 


Student experiences of a self-directed online learning resource for the transition from pre-clinical to clinical education
Vinay Chavda, University of Birmingham, UK


Vickers hardness of artificial teeth used for endodntic preclinical training
LUCIA GANCEDO CARAVIA, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain


Is an interprofessional approach to teaching digital dentistry beneficial?
Jonathan Marsden, University of Liverpool, School of Dentistry, UK


Utilising Decision Tree Machine Model to Map Dental Students' Preferred Learning Styles with Suitable Instructional Strategies.
Lily Azura Shoaib, Universiti Malaya, Malaysia


Closing remarks 


James Field

Professor in Restorative Dentistry and Dental Education
Cardiff University

Prof James Field is currently a Professor in Restorative Dentistry and Dental Education and also the Cardiff University School of Dentistry's Director of Digital Education. He is a long-term active member of ADEE having most recently co-chaired the very successful Bridging the Clinical Gap special interest group and workshop.

James is academic lead for the ADEE European DigEdDent (Digital Education in Dentistry) portal, was lead author for the ADEE's Graduating European Dentist Curriculum Taskforce and Global lead for Shaping The Future of Dental Education: Interprofessional Education stream. He also represents Cardiff University as the trans-national partner in O-Health-Edu, an Erasmus+ K2 project to harmonise dental education across Europe.

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