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Preventive/Family Dentistry
Curriculum of combined graduate program and specialty training in preventive/family dentistry

1st year

Take required courses, determine thesis project, and submit research proposal.

For those who opt for family dentistry specialist training, the clinical training will be five half days per week during semesters as well as during summer and winter breaks.

For those who do not opt for specialist training, extra courses equivalent to 6 credits should be selected instead, and more discussion or field work should be arranged.

2nd year

For those who opt for family dentistry specialist training, Full time clinical training will be arranged. The research should be performed using after-hours or non-working days.

For those who do not opt for specialist training, extra courses equivalent to 4 credits should be selected instead, and more discussion on thesis-related researches should be arranged. At least two drafted papers should be submitted to peer-reviewed journals, among which at least one should have been accepted before graduation.

3rd year

For those who opt for family dentistry specialist training, the clinical training will be five half days per week during semesters as well as during summer and winter breaks. More discussion on thesis-related researches should be arranged. At least two drafted papers should be submitted to peer-reviewed journals, among which at least one should have been accepted before graduation.

Individualized modification may be arranged through due processes.

 
 

Other requirements:

1. Submit clinical case reports which fulfill the requirement of specialty training of the Association of Family Dentistry, R.O.C.

2. At least two presentations in related meeting during the program.