EVALUATION SCHEME FOR COMMUNITY & PUBLIC HEALTH DENTISTRY BDS THIRD YEAR


EVALUATION SCHEME FOR COMMUNITY & PUBLIC HEALTH DENTISTRY   BDS THIRD YEAR
SECTION
TOPICS (THEORY)
TOTAL MARKS = 80
Time
SECTION A MCQ
ALL TOPICS
30 MARKS
30 mins









SECTION B SAQ

1.     Introduction/concepts of health/Basics of epidemiology, Environmental science and health, Nutrition, Demography
2.     Dental Public Health/Health Education and communication
3.     Survey and analysis, Planning and evaluation
4.     Research methodology and Biostatistics
5.     Ethics, Oral health program and policies
6.     Behavior sciences ,Dental Health Human resource

1.     6 marks

2.     5 marks


3.     5marks

4.     3 marks

5.     3 marks

6.     3 marks

TOTAL =25




150 mins
(Section B and C)








SECTION C
SAQ

1.     Indices used in Dental public health
2.     Preventive Dentistry
3.     Fluorides
4.     Practice management, Occupational hazards
5.     School oral Health Program, Tobacco as a threat to oral health
6.     Epidemiology and prevention of dental diseases




  1. 3 marks
  2. 5marks
  3. 6marks
  4. 3 marks
  5. 3marks
  6. 5 marks
TOTAL =25



NOTE:
-        One Problem-based question (PBQ’s) should be asked from section B or C.
-        MCQ’s will be single response type with 4 alternatives
-        MCQ’s distracter should not be ‘all of the above’ or ‘none of the above’.


Model Question
Community & Public Health Dentistry
3rd Year BDS
SECTION A (MCQs)

1)     Nalgonda technique is used for
a)      Community water fluoridation
b)     Community defluoridation
c)      Salt fluoridation
d)     Milk fluoridation
Answer b

2)     Which generation of pit and fissure sealants consist of fluoride
a)      First
b)     Second
c)      Third
d)     Fourth
Answer d

3)     The most widely recommended method of removing plaque from proximal tooth surface is
a)      Unituft brush
b)     Dental floss
c)      Oral irrigating devices
d)     Chemical plaque control
Answer b

4)     Hospital acquired infection is:
a)      Water borne
b)     Contagious
c)      Opportunistic
d)     Nosocomial
Answer d

5)     When knowledge is instilled in the individual’s mind with readymade slogans, it is called
a)      Health education
b)     Health propaganda
c)      Health development
d)     Health motivation
Answer b



 
SECTION B                                                                                                       25 MARKS
1)     Define health. Enumerate the changing concepts of health. Write down the three elements and principles of primary health care. [1+2+3=6]

2)    


 
Enlist the tools of dental public health. Differentiate between private practice and public health dentistry. [2+3=5]


 
 

3)     Classify the various types of surveys. Write about the steps of surveying. [2+3=5]

4)    


 
Write short notes on: [3x3=9]
a.     Types of consent
b.     Functions of School dental nurse
c.      Characteristics of Normal distribution curve

SECTION C                                                                                                         25 MARKS 
5.     A 2 year old child weighing 10 kg accidentally swallowed a bottle of liquid containing 200 mg of fluoride. [2+2+2=6]

a)     What is the probable diagnosis of this condition?
b)     What could be the possible complications?
c)     How will you manage such complications?

6.     Enlist types of pit and fissure sealants. Write indications and contraindications of sealant. Mention types of Preventive Resin Restoration. [2+2+1=5]

7.     Enlist the various mechanical plaque control aids. Mention the levels of prevention of periodontal disease. [2+3=5]

8.     Short notes [3x3=9]
a)     DMFT Index
b)     Provisions of WHO – Framework Convention of Tobacco Control (FCTC)
c)     Types of Chemical disinfectants



PRACTICAL/CLINICAL EXAMINATION MARKS ALLOTMENT

University Practical Exam: 80 Marks                                           

1.     Practical Exercise – Case history, diagnosis, Comprehensive treatment planning, chair-side viva (20 marks)
2.     Index recording (10 marks)
3.     Preventive procedure (10 marks)
a.     ART, Pit and fissure sealants on extracted teeth
b.     Fluoride application
c.      Plaque control measures
d.     Oral health education
4.     OSPE (Objective structured practical exercise) [1X10=10 marks]
5.     Viva (20 marks)
6.     Project work (5 marks)
7.     Log book (5 marks)

PRACTICAL/CLINICAL WORK QUOTA
SN
Exercises
Quota
1
Comprehensive  case history taking and treatment planning
4
2
Indices
·        OHIS
·        DMFT/DMFS
·        deft/defs
·        Plaque index
·        Gingival index
·        CPI/CPITN
·        Russell’s Periodontal Index


4
4
2
2
2
2
2
3
Fluoride application
2
4
Atraumatic Restorative Treatment
3
5
Pit and fissure sealant
2
6
Plaque control
1
7
Water purification plant
1 visit
8
Waste management
1 visit
9
PHC
1 visit
10
Project work
1 group work




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