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 Title & Authors
Development of integrated basic dental hygiene curriculum
Lee, Sun-Mi; Ahn, Se-Youn; Won, Young-Soon; Kim, Chang-Hee;
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 Abstract
The purpose of the study is to develop the integrated basic dental hygiene curriculum after reviewing and analyzing the traditional curriculum. First, the standardization of curriculum in three years and four years dental hygiene department curriculum is needed. Second, integration between subjects should include learning objectives of the curriculum. Third, the basic subjects of dental hygiene should provide and satisfy the learning goals of dental biochemistry, nutrition, dentistry and dental pharmacology, and the basic subjects should be integrated into clinical considerations. Fourth, the integration of the curriculum should make the students dental hygiene experts by nurturing and integration of basic sciences. The integration of curriculum is able to provide the unified subject that does not same and duplicated contents.
 Keywords
basic subjects;curriculum;dental hygiene;integration;learning objectives;
 Language
Korean
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