Research Article| Volume 8, ISSUE 1, P93-96, January 1990

Objectives to direct the training of emergency medicine residents in off-service rotations: Dental emergencies

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      Patients presenting for emergency care with complaints of dental origin are common. Rarely are dental topics systematically addressed during training rotations. In this second article in a continuing series on objectives for emergency medicine resident training, dental emergency objectives will be presented. Instructions for use of the references and objectives are provided. Cognitive and evaluative objectives are organized for mastery. A list of resources including references and audio visual materials are outlined. The objectives and reference materials presented provide a structure for the systematic study of dental emergencies in emergency medicine resident training.


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