Component 1: Clinical Skills
· Class II amalgam preparation
· Class II amalgam restoration
· Class II composite restoration
· Class IV composite restoration
· Crown preparation
· Provisional restoration
*The provisional restoration will be fabricated on the examinee’s crown preparation.
· Endodontic access cavity preparation
The requirements assess clinical skills and techniques relevant to current Canadian standards.
You must perform all requirements as if you were working with actual patients.
- You are required to use your judgment and follow accepted clinical care guidelines and standards.
- Requirements can be performed in any order. Infection control and safety will be assessed by invigilators throughout the clinical skills day.
Component 2: Situational Judgement
Examples: Assess caries risk, Manage patients’ needs, Gather data, Develop a problem list, Establish diagnoses, Sequence treatment, Plan treatment, Maintain records
Examples: Respond to ethical dilemmas, Manage referrals, Use social media appropriately
Communication and Collaboration
Examples: Maintain privacy, Maintain records, Write a referral, Write a lab prescription, Discuss treatment, Document informed consent, Demonstrate cultural competence, Interact with staff, Give post-op instructions
Practice and Information Management
Examples: Manage patient records, Follow protocols, Make evidence-based decisions
Examples: Demonstrate an understanding of social determinants of health, Promote access to care for all individuals, Promote measures to prevent oral disease/injury, Advocate for patients
The situational judgement component assesses the judgement required for solving problems in work‑related situations.
You will be assessed on 10 situational judgement scenarios dealing with competency in Patient-Centered Care, Professionalism, Communication and Collaboration, Practice and Information Management and Health Promotion.
The scenarios in the above table are examples and do not reflect all situations that can be assessed.