DH3228: Ethics and Jurisprudence in Allied Dental Health

1 Credit

Studying dental hygiene/dental ethics is intended to provide the tools and skills required for ethical analysis and reflection – critical thinking. The healthcare professional-patient relationship provides a complex array of problems and dental hygiene is, as are practicing dental hygienists, faced with making important decisions about right and wrong and balancing harm and benefits in the clinical setting. Therefore, the primary goal of this course is to help the student dental hygienist understand how to make critical decisions and how to take appropriate actions when dealing with patients, peers, the institution, and society.

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B+ Average (3.360)Most Common: A (29%)

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