The value of reaching across professions to help prepare the dental professionals of tomorrow.
Dental education is moving to the INBDE, representing challenges for dental educators and students, as they seek to adjust to a more integrated exam which includes previously untested topics.
Finally, there is a bridge between multiple choice assessments and qualitative skills assessments conducted in the lab or clinical.
Assessing student readiness gains traction at ADEA. Educators see a need for better identifying what their students know and don’t know at the beginning of the program.
Dental programs have expressed concern over making sure their students are adequately prepared for the NBDE Part I and Part II exams.