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OS 651

OMS Rotation at Harborview Medical Center

Course Director: Jasjit Dillon
Credits: 2
Quarters/Yr of Program: Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring / 4

Course Overview

Exposes the dental student to a broad scope of advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS). Students participate in ward rounds, scrub and assist in the operating room, participate in the outpatient clinics and OMS program didactics. Prepares students to visit other OMS programs by teaching them hospital etiquette and provides them one-on-one interactions with the OMS faculty.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  1. Perform a basic maxillofacial trauma examination.
  2. Recognize characteristics of facial trauma.
  3. Perform appropriate initial treatment of dental trauma.

Date last updated: 2022-12-14

OS 550

Directed Studies in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery – SURF/Research Elective

Credits: variable (25 max)
Faculty: various faculty

This is an independent study course in which meeting times and projects are arranged directly with faculty members.

OS 550 is directed toward students who have completed a SURF program summer research fellowship and wish to obtain additional course credit subsequent to quarter(s) after they have completed their SURF project. After completion of their SURF project students may continue in that particular area of research pursued earlier, or complete a publication quality manuscript under the faculty mentor’s supervision.