Doctoral Programme in Dentistry

Denomination of the module: BASIC RESEARCH IN DENTISTRY (15 ECTS)


COMPETENCIES AND CONCRETION IN LEARNING OUTCOMES
 

Competency 1: That the students know how to apply the knowledge acquired and their capacity for problem resolution in new or lesser known environments within wider contexts (or multidisciplinary contexts) related to their study area.

Competency 2: The students being able to integrate knowledge and face the complexity of making judgments from an information that, being incomplete or limited, includes opinions on the social and ethic responsibility related to the implementation of their knowledge and judgment.

Competency 3: That students know how to communicate clearly and straightforward their conclusions, and the knowledge and the ultimate reasons that support them, to specialised and non-specialised audiences.

Competency 4: Possessing learning abilities which allow them to continue studying in a way that will be mostly self-directed and autonomous.

Competency 5: That students are able to work in a consolidated research group.

Competency 6: Being competent in the development of research techniques of the field of Stomatology and Dentistry, as well as in the evaluation and interpreting the obtained results throughout them.

Competency 7: Being able to chose the laboratory research technique or techniques more appropriate to the posed problem.

Competency 8: Being competent in carrying out a bibliographical search, oragnising methodologically a scientific correct work, as well as carrying out the pertinent publication and/or the scientific presentation of his work.

Competency 9: Being competent in identifying the level of scientific evidence attributable to the reviewed publications about the research topic that is being developed.

 

PRIOR REQUIREMENTS TO ACCESS THE MODULE.

No prior requirements needed.


TRAINING ACTIVITIES WITH ITS CONTENT IN CREDITS ECTS, ITS LEARNING AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY, ITS RELATION TO THE COMPETENCIES TO BE ACQUIRED BY STUDENTS

The training activities are aimed to the knowledge and training of the student of those tools that demands the scientific method. Thus, students will be taught and capacitated in the bibliographic citations system and in the veracity analysis in the publications found (5 credits); general regulations of scientific publications and how to make a scientific exhibition as well as in the knowledge and handling of the most common tools of audio-visual presentation (5 credits); ethics in publications and Odontometrics analysis (5 credits).

ACTUATIONS ADDRESSED TO THE COORDINATION OF THE TRAINING ACTIVITIES AND ASSESSMENT SYSTEMS WITHIN THE SAME MODULE
Distribution of the face-to-face learning of the 15 credits ECTS in hours/week: Theory lectures - 1 hour (0,52 ECTS) Wide group seminars - 1.5 hours (0,78 ECTS) Computer lab/laboratory - 2.5 hours (1,3 ECTS) Tutorial hours - 7 Exam hours - 3


EVALUATION SYSTEM/S

Theory test: 1 hour Practical exercise: 2 hours

SHORT DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTENTS

Bibliographical searchs. Bibliographic databases. Bibliographic record. Type cards: Queries and computerised media of Universitat de València. Evidence-based Dentistry. Systematic bibliographical reviews. Contribuition of the Cochrane Library in Dentistry. Structure of the scientific Work. Characteristics of its parts. Introduction. Material and Method. Results. Discussion. Summary. Publication. Types. Thesis, dissertations, articles, posters, communications and lectures. Other types of scientific and teaching communication. Presentation of the originals. Visual expression of the results. Table and graphics. Norms about the preparation of presentations. Odontometrics and morphometrics. General concepts. Types of involved variables. Preparation of a database. Genetic elements in the tooth development.

 
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