That's how IUSD does it. 9-12, 1-4.Originally posted by trypmo
How many patients per day do upper-level students treat at your schools? I've only visited one school so far, and there, the students (both DS3 & DS4) see one patient per 4-hour "block" (there are AM and PM blocks, so they see maximum 2 patients per day). Thanks gals & guys!
Originally posted by Biogirl361
this may be a stupid question, but I am not in d school yet so don't know....do you get paid anything for seeing patients, or is it entirely for experience and the school gets whatever the patients pay for the procedure?
Originally posted by Brocnizer2007
At NYUCD they just changed it from 3 hour blocks to 2 hour blocks!!!
Talk about trying to get some clinical experience in.
Originally posted by UBTom
I've gotten to the point that I can do simple procedures pretty quick... Like 15 minutes for adjusting a denture or one hour for doing a filling (includes fiddling with the rubber dam and all the other fancy trimmings). So sometimes I double-book during a given 3 hours session.