Dentistry and Health Sciences

  • Australia

Organization profile

Organisation profile

The School of Dentistry and Health Sciences has been created to draw together a number of cognate areas of the health professions that will promote new multidisciplinary approaches to clinical practice, education and health science research. The Health Science disciplines of the School that have been established for some years in the University have already been pursuing significant research agendas. These activities are particularly in the fields of: Diagnostic imaging Radiation physics Inter-professional education Healthcare delivery The School intends building on this base with a major push in the areas of dentistry and oral health. This will concentrate on the molecular aspects of oral and systemic disease, clinical aspects of auto-immune diseases, biomaterials science and healthcare access and delivery of services in rural/remote/indigenous communities. The other focus from the School perspective will be to develop research interests around the combination of disciplines of the School, e.g. dental imaging, links between nutrition and oral and systemic health and team approaches to disease prevention.

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Tooth Medicine & Life Sciences
Nuclear Medicine Medicine & Life Sciences
Radiation Medicine & Life Sciences
Single-Photon Emission-Computed Tomography Medicine & Life Sciences
Radiography Medicine & Life Sciences
Students Medicine & Life Sciences
Oral Health Medicine & Life Sciences
Bone and Bones Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 1987 2019

A Plan for the Co-Construction and Collaborative Use of Rubrics for Student Learning

Kilgour, P., Northcote, M., Anthony, W. & Kilgour, A., May 2019, In : Assessment in Higher Education. 44, 8

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

teacher
learning
student
grading
educator

A review of mammographic lesion localisation and work up imaging in Australia in the digital era

Spuur, K., 01 Jan 2019, In : Radiography.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Breast
Calcinosis
Mammography
Motion Pictures
1 Citation (Scopus)
Automatic Food Dispensers
Food and Beverages
South Australia
New South Wales
Nutritive Value

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Activities 2014 2019

Cool Pics Imaging Symposium 2019

Johnathan Hewis (Participant)
23 Feb 2019

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventConferenceIndustry

IronMan Australia 2019

Johnathan Hewis (Participant)
05 May 2019

Activity: Other EngagementPublic outreachCommunity

IronMan Australia 2018

Johnathan Hewis (Participant)
06 May 2018

Activity: Other EngagementPublic outreachCommunity

Press / Media

Our Town, Our University | Dr Yakin honoured by his role

Muhammed Yakin

02/10/19

1 item of Media coverage

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Charles Sturt University Campus Conversations

Johnathan Hewis

01/08/19

1 Media contribution

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ASRT names recipients of author awards

Xiaoming Zheng

23/04/19

1 item of Media coverage

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