Лицензирование в Англии!

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National Dental Board Exam Part 1 | Стекловолокно Vs Литые вкладки
0 # 23 июня 2014 в 09:24 0
Nado sdat 2 exsamena,chemto pohozh na NBDE 1 I 2!i porsle sdachi nado sdelat regestraciyu v GDC i vse!kak ya znayu pereuchivatsya ne nado!
0 # 23 июня 2014 в 09:24 0
Алеся, спасибо за ответы! Постараемся найти информацию и опубликовать здесь. Лет 15 назад я как то искала эту информацию.. Найдем обновленную. Знаю, что амер. стоматологов кроме бумажных этапов больше ничего не нужно для работы в Великобритании... Подруга очень долгое время звала на работу в Англию. Из-за нехватки стоматологов Англичане приглашали врачей из Скандинавии на работу в середине 90-х.
0 # 23 июня 2014 в 15:24 0
What is the ORE?
The ORE is an exam that overseas qualified dentists have to pass in order to register with the GDC. Registration allows dentists to practise dentistry unsupervised in the UK.

The ORE tests the clinical skills and knowledge of dentists from outside the European Economic Area whose qualifications are not eligible for full registration with the GDC here in the UK. Candidates are expected to meet or exceed the standard of a ‘just passed’ UK BDS graduate.

The exam is based on the UK dental curriculum and uses modern assessment methods to ensure a robust and consistent exam. The exam has two parts:

Part 1 is a written exam;
Part 2 is a clinical exam.

We design and organise the exam, and manage its administration. We appoint dental authorities to run the exam sittings on our behalf.
0 # 23 июня 2014 в 19:08 0
ORE Part 1

Part 1 is designed to test candidates’ application of knowledge to clinical practice. Cost Venue Capacity
600 Kings's College, London 300 per exam

It consists of two computer-based exam papers:

Paper A covers clinically applied dental science and clinically applied human disease

Paper B covers aspects of clinical dentistry, including law and ethics and health and safety

Each paper lasts 3 hours and is made up of Multiple Short Answer questions (Extended Matching Questions and Single Best Answer Questions).

You must pass both papers in order to progress to Part 2.

You will be allowed four attempts for Part 1.
DatesMonth/Year Date
August/September 2011 31st August-2nd September


Your exam results will be sent to you by email. We will endeavour to release the results to you within 15 working days of the exam.

You will be given a percentage mark out of 100 for Paper 1 and for Paper 2, as well as an overall pass or fail award. As the exam is taken at a computer, the results are calculated as soon as you click 'submit'. This ensures there is no room for error in this marking system and so we do not offer the opportunity of questioning the marks awarded.

It is not possible to provide you with further feedback on your performance in this exam.

Upon passing Part 1, your name will be added to the Part 2 candidate list.
0 # 23 июня 2014 в 21:56 0
There are four components to Part 2 of the ORE:

An operative test on a dental manikin

Candidates are required to perform three procedures over a period of three hours. These procedures primarily involve the preparation and restoration of teeth, but may also include other procedures where appropriate simulation can allow assessment of operative skills. The guidance below gives a list of ten possible procedures; however, this list is only there to provide some examples and candidates may be asked to carry out procedures in any part of the mouth as well as procedures not on the list.
0 # 24 июня 2014 в 23:53 0
An objective structured clinical examination (OSCE)

This is where candidates visit a series of ‘stations’ which test their clinical skills. These may include history-taking and assessment, communication skills (such as an explanation of problems and treatment plans), judgement and decision making, ethics and attitudes, and clinical examination. The series of stations may cover aspects of the following: behavioural sciences, human disease, law, ethics and professionalism, clinical dentistry, restorative dentistry, paediatric dentistry, orthodontics, preventive dentistry, dental public health, comprehensive oral care, oral surgery, oral medicine, oral pathology and oral microbiology, dental radiology and imaging.

There will be a maximum of 20 stations and the OSCE lasts 2 hours in total. For more detail, please read the OSCE guidance:

OSCE guidance (260KB, PDF)

A diagnostic and treatment planning exercise

This involves an actor who will provide an appropriate history (but will not be examined), together with relevant additional information such as photographs, radiographs, study models or results of other special tests. The exercise may involve any of the above aspects of clinical dentistry. Further guidance on the diagnosis and treatment planning exercise is also available for you to read.

Further guidance on the diagnosis and treatment planning exercise is also available for you to read:
A practical examination in medical emergencies

This assessment consists of two parts:
a structured scenario-based oral
demonstration of single handed basic life support. This will include cardiopulmonary resuscitation using a resuscitation manikin

For more detail, please read our medical emergency guidance
You will be allowed four attempts for Part 2.
Your exam results will be sent to you by email. We will endeavour to release the results to you within 15 working days of the exam.
You will be given a pass or fail award for each component of the exam as well as an overall pass or fail award. Your results email will have an attachment giving you feedback on your performance in each component. This consists of statements on your performance or an indication of your strengths and weaknesses.
Please note that we do not accept appeals against results nor disagreements with our examiners' decisions.
If you feel that the exams procedure was severely defective or that you were placed at a disadvantage when compared to other candidates during the exam, please provide us with your feedback. We will investigate all genuine grievances submitted within 28 days of the exam.
Failing ME only
If you only fail the medical emergencies exercise, you will be able to re-sit this component at the next available exam. Sitting the ME only exam costs 300.
Should you pass the ME section on your second attempt, you will have passed Part 2 of the ORE. Should you fail, you will need to retake the full ORE Part 2 exam, if you are eligible to do so.
The ME only exam is held at the same time as the full Part 2 exam. Month/Year Date
To be confirmed To be confirmed
0 # 25 июня 2014 в 04:17 0
After you have passed the ORE

When you pass the ORE you will be sent your Part 2 results by email, along with feedback on your performance. In your results email you will be directed to download the application pack in order to apply for full registration on the GDC dentists register.

The GDC assessments team will be sent the names of the people who passed the ORE, so there is no need for you to contact them separately.

If you have changed your name since applying for the ORE and wish to be registered under your new name, you will have to send a certified copy of your name change document with your registration application.

When you send back your completed registration application form, registration fee and valid certificate of good standing, our assessments team will take over and you no longer need to communicate with the exams team.
Working in the UK

The Home Office has removed the categories of ‘employed dental practitioner’, 'employed dental assistant' and ‘vocational dental practitioner’ from the list of UK shortage occupations.

You may also be asked to do up to a year’s vocational training (VT) in order to work for the NHS. This will be influenced by your qualifications and experience and will be at the discretion of the Primary Care Trust which employs you.