(LO1) Demonstrate systematic acquisition and understanding of pharmacological and non-pharmacological techniques used in the management of paediatric patients.
(LO2) Understand, interpret and apply the ethical and legal aspects of managing child/adolescent behaviour in the dental setting including the delivery of conscious sedation and treatment under general anaesthetic.
(LO3) Demonstrate systematic acquisition and application of the range of pain and anxiety control techniques in children.
(LO4) Understand, interpret and comply with contemporary guidance relating to the environment, facilities and equipment required for conscious sedation.
(LO5) Demonstrate systematic acquisition and understanding of the limitations, benefits and risks of conscious sedation techniques in children.
(LO6) Demonstrate systematic understanding and mangement of medical emergencies in clinical and simulation settings.
(LO7) Demonstrate a systematic understanding of the caries process and how variables may interact to render children and adolescents to be caries prone.
(LO8) Demonstrate systematic acquisition and understanding of the key role of preventive care in the management of caries in childhood and adolescence.
(S1) Undertake skilled, competent and safe procedures in the practice of conscious sedation
(S2) Communicate with the dental team to provide effective and appropriate pain and anxiety management
(S3) Apply knowledge of behavioural patterns and psychology in the management of anxiety and anxiety related behaviour in the dental setting
(S4) Deal with complications or emergencies which may arise during conscious sedation
(S5) Deliver comprehensive restorative care and exodontia for children and adolescents under general anaesthesia
(S6) Construct and deliver effective and appropriate preventative, restorative (including endodontic) and surgical treatment plans for children and adolescents with dental caries and those with non carious lesions