DHY 200 - Concepts in Dental Hygiene III3
This course is designed to introduce the student to the concepts of health education, and the dental hygienist’s role in providing dental health education to the public. The primary focus of the course includes the concepts of the learning process through which students will design and implement dental health education presentations and on the role of the hygienist in the promotion of health and well-being and in the prevention of disease. Emphasis is placed on relating classroom discussions to preventive counseling and developing practical skills for working in the community. Course usually offered in the fall semester. 3 hour lecture
Prerequisite(s): Completion of DHY 150 and DHY 151.
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