Title: 1198 - Outcomes Working with ICCMSTM in Our Dental School. -


Soledad Gomez (Presenter)
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

Ibett Sanchez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Maria Aristizabal, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Natalia Dangond, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Patricia Mendez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Adriana Diaz, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Diana Abad, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Gloria Moreno, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana


Objectives: The aim of this investigation was to identify the outcomes achieved with the incorporation of ICCMSTM in the school of dentistry at Universidad Javeriana.

Methods: The group used a methodology of action research to support the change of paradigm about Health-Illness in educational practices, through all states of the school. The process was in the Pediatric Clinic II with the structure of teaching and evaluation by competences. We analyzed the difficulties applying the new paradigm in caries education with the MAPP (Modelo Altadir de Planeación Popular) that ended up proposing and prioritizing the required changes. The basis of the patient care were the guidelines of the ICCMSTM and the AAPD. CAPs, the Cariogram® surveys, the matrix of risk and probability of getting sick were used in the risk measurement. Work with caregivers was included following the indications of home care and motivation. They were socialized on the Blackboard platform and in a workshop. The preservation of dental tissue was incorporated. To assess the effect, the outcomes of the ICCMSTM were taken as a reference, at the end of each semester and at the control appointments. The improvement proposal was established to continue advancing in the process.

Results: Results: we made an initial approach to the philosophical change in the care of caries in children in the FOPUJ, and an advance in the treatment of healthy surfaces, initial and moderate lesions with dental preservation and short-term monitoring. 100% of the students established and evaluated the patient's risk factors and the probability of becoming ill and 17% of the students worked with caregivers in the control of oral hygiene and diet of the children.

Conclusions: We made an improvement in the paradigm change in the care of dental caries in children at the school.

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