Faryal Dental College Sheikhupura

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FDC – Mission Statement
“To prepare the competent, inspiring and empathetic health professionals and researchers who can contribute cost-effective health care to community and are ready to adapt change along with effective collaboration within interdisciplinary teams.”

In brief supplying our nation “the doctor”.

Community health promoter
Critical thinker
Professional and role model
The core values of this institute are:

Promoting innovation and lifelong learning.
Acting with professionalism and uprightness.
Demonstrating leadership, team work and collaboration
Showing empathy.
Outcomes of BDS Program:

The general dentist is the primary oral health care provider supported by dental specialists, allied dental professionals, and other health care providers. The practice of general dentistry requires a dentist to possess the ability to incorporate understanding, skills, and values in an integrated response to clinical and other professional situations. The outcome statements describe the performance of the Faryal Dental College graduates as they enter dental practice settings rather than that of students in individual courses. This document is viewed by the College as dynamic; as the practice of dentistry evolves, the College will revisit its competency statements.

1. Critical Thinking
2. Professionalism
3. Communication and Interpersonal Skills
4. Oral Health Promotion
5. Practice Management and Informatics
6. Patient Care

Critical Thinking

Graduates must be competent to:

1. Evaluate and integrate emerging trends in health care as appropriate.
1.2. Utilise critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
1.3. Evaluate and integrate best research outcomes with clinical expertise and patient values for evidence-based practice.

Graduates must be competent to:

1. Apply ethical and legal standards in the provision of dental care.
2.2. Practice within one’s scope of competence and consult with or refer to professional colleagues when indicated.

Communication and Interpersonal Skills
Graduates must be competent to:

1. Apply appropriate interpersonal and communication skills.
3.2. Apply psycho-social and behaviour principles in patient-centered health care.
3.3. Communicate effectively with individuals from diverse populations.

4 Should be able break bad news in an appropriate/ palatable way to the patients.

Health Promotion
Graduates must be competent to:

1. Provide prevention, intervention, and educational strategies.
4.2. Participate with dental team members and other health care professionals in the management and health promotion for all patients.
4.3. Recognise and appreciate the need to contribute to the improvement of oral health beyond those served in traditional practice settings.

Practice Management and Informatics
Graduates must be competent to:

1. Evaluate and apply contemporary and emerging information including clinical and practice management technology resources.
5.2. Evaluate and manage current models of oral health care management and delivery.
5.3. Apply principles of risk management, including informed consent and appropriate record keeping in patient care.
5.4. Demonstrate effective business, financial management, and human resource skills.
5.5. Apply quality assurance, assessment, and improvement concepts.
5.6. Comply with local regulations as enforced by Pakistan Medical and Dental Council.

Patient Care

Graduates must be competent to:

1. Manage the oral health care of the infant, child, adolescent, and adult

2. Prevent, identify, and manage trauma, oral diseases and other disorders.
6.3. Obtain and interpret patient/medical data, including a thorough intra/extra oral examination, and use these findings to accurately assess and manage all patients.
6.4. Select, obtain, and interpret diagnostic images for the individual patient.
6.5. Recognise the manifestations of systemic disease and how the disease and its management may affect the delivery of dental care.
6.6. Formulate a comprehensive diagnosis, treatment and / or referral plan for the management of patients.


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