Queen Mary - University of London
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry
Programme description This programme is designed for dental graduates who wish to develop their clinical skills in and understanding of endodontics. The aim is to enable the practitioner to develop and apply the current evidence base to their clinical practice. Programme outline By entering this programme you will embark on: clinical training (30 per cent), laboratory practical sessions (25 per cent) formal seminar teaching (45 per cent). All modules in this programme are core. Assessment Your progress will be monitored throughout the programme by formative in-course assessments. These may include essays, critical paper reviews and practical tests of laboratory based skills. On completion of the programme, you will be assessed by two clinical case reports of not more than 2,000 words each and an oral examination. Your in-course assessments will contribute up to 40 per cent, the two clinical case reports up to 40 per cent and the oral examination up to 20 per cent of your final mark. Entry requirements You will have a UK dental degree or equivalent (such as IQE), hold full registration with the General Dental Council and have a minimum of two years post-initial qualification experience. Offers to join the programme follow competitive interview. For language requirements please see the international students page.