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Pages: 5471-5478
Publication year: 2017
ISBN: 978-84-697-3777-4
ISSN: 2340-1117
doi: 10.21125/edulearn.2017.2247

Conference name: 9th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
Dates: 3-5 July, 2017
Location: Barcelona, Spain

METHODOLOGIES AND INNOVATION IN CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION IN THE SUBJECT INTEGRATED DENTAL CLINIC. TOOLS TO EVALUATE STUDENTS' SATISFACTION AND THEIR INVOLVEMENT IN QUALITY ASSESSMENT PROCESSES

E. Martínez Pérez1, M.V. Mateos Moreno1, A.J. López Jiménez1, A. Adanero Velasco1, J. Valdepeñas Morales1, J.I. Salmerón Escobar2, M. Del Avellanal Calzadilla2, V. Gómez Clemente1, P. Planells Del Pozo1

1Complutense University of Madrid, Faculty of Dentistry (SPAIN)
2Complutense University of Madrid, Faculty of Medicine (SPAIN)
Introduction:
The present project rises from the need, verified in previous studies, to improve the clinical care, the visibility and quality of the subject Integrated Dental Clinic, which is taken by the students of the last year of the Degree in Dentistry.
The need for specific care to pediatric patients leads us to make proposals for a logic, ergonomic and orderly preparation of the dental care.

Objectives:
This research aims to establish and evaluate innovative teaching methodologies in order to improve the quality of care for children in the subject Integrated Dental Clinic.

Materials and methods:
We created several questionnaires (Checklists) which are protocolized for each clinical procedure. Each one states every single action in order to avoid non-optimal interventions for the patient. In addition, we prepared documents on preoperative and postoperative advice and individualized training material to increase the motivation of patients and their families towards dental treatments.
The student is an essential part of this project, because he/she will perform the quality control of the clinical procedures carried out.
An intragroup pilot test was performed with a sample of 50 patients.

Results:
Regarding the quantification of the impact of the measures carried out on 50 patients/students, the results lead us to believe that the use of checklists, allows students to avoid important problems in relation to the allocation of patients, and encourages them to review and confirm the presence of medical alerts, supplementary records, planned treatment plans, etc. On the other hand, making it necessary to review the materials needed for each treatment implies a shortening of dental treatment times.
In relation to the evaluation of the procedure itself, the teachers understand that it is necessary to review the items raised, as well as the establishment of a supervision system or a higher motivation in the student.

Discussion:
We have verified, after conducting a pilot study with quality control tests for the students, that the teaching in the subject Integrated Dental Clinic may have deficiencies that are susceptible of improvement, fundamentally in the clinical aspect.
Through this system, the document itself warns of errors made by the student in the execution of each procedure.
Undoubtedly, these proposals will generate an increase in the quality of dental care and the perception of it in the pediatric patient and the family.

Conclusions:
With this Project, we have designed a learning system that will change the concept of quality control in the dental clinic.
Students will be able to evaluate their own procedures and this will generate the teacher's confirmation of the quality of the clinical assistance performed.
Open educational resources have been created for both students and the family environment of the pediatric patient.
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title = {METHODOLOGIES AND INNOVATION IN CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION IN THE SUBJECT INTEGRATED DENTAL CLINIC. TOOLS TO EVALUATE STUDENTS' SATISFACTION AND THEIR INVOLVEMENT IN QUALITY ASSESSMENT PROCESSES},
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E. Martínez Pérez, M.V. Mateos Moreno, A.J. López Jiménez, A. Adanero Velasco, J. Valdepeñas Morales, J.I. Salmerón Escobar, M. Del Avellanal Calzadilla, V. Gómez Clemente, P. Planells Del Pozo (2017) METHODOLOGIES AND INNOVATION IN CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION IN THE SUBJECT INTEGRATED DENTAL CLINIC. TOOLS TO EVALUATE STUDENTS' SATISFACTION AND THEIR INVOLVEMENT IN QUALITY ASSESSMENT PROCESSES, EDULEARN17 Proceedings, pp. 5471-5478.
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