Self Study Guide for Dental Assisting

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numbered sequentially. The Exhibit numbers in the completed document are not expected to correspond with the example exhibits provided in the Self-Study Guide . e. Conclusion and Summary : At the completion of the report, a standard by standard qualitative analysis of the program’s strengths and weaknesses is required. Actions planned to correct any identified weaknesses should be described. It is suggested that the summary be completed by the program administrator with assistance from other faculty and appropriate administrators. 6. Keeping costs in mind, the Commission requests the minimum number of copies of the Self-Study Report necessary. One hard copy and one electronic copy of the completed Self-Study Report , bound in soft pliable plastic binders, and the program’s suggested schedule of conferences should be sent directly to each member of the visiting committee. An electronic copy of the Self-Study Report and the program’s schedule of conferences should be sent to the Commission office. Electronic copies must follow Commission guidelines for Electronic Submission of Self- Study Documents and should be an exact replica of the hard copy. All documents should be received at least 60 days prior to the date of the visit. (Hard cover binders are expensive in terms of cost, postage and filing space and should not be used.) A summary of the self-study documentation that must be provided to the visiting committee prior to the visit and additional information which must be available on-site is listed in the “Protocol For Conducting A Site Visit” section of the Self-Study Guide . 13
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Administrator Verification Self-Study Guide for the Evaluation of a Dental Assisting Education Program The Commission requires appropriate administrators of the institution* to verify that the contents of the application are factually accurate. SPONSORING INSTITUTION Name: Street Address (do not list P.O. Boxes) City, State, Zip: Chief Executive Officer (Univ. Pres., Chancellor, Hospital President) Name: Title: Phone: Signature: Date: Chief Administrative Officer (Dean/Chief of Dental Service) Name: Title: Phone: Fax: E-Mail: Signature: Date: Program director/administrator or Co-Program director/administrator Name: Title: Phone: Fax: E-Mail: Signature: Date: *If the program is co-sponsored by more than one institution, the appropriate administrators of both institutions must verify the contents of the application. This page may be expanded to include all verifications. 14
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INSTITUTION: ______________________________________________ SUMMARY OF FACTUAL INFORMATION ON THE DENTAL ASSISTING PROGRAM The purpose of providing the following information is to give the reader of the completed self- study document a brief summary of critical factual information about the dental assisting program. Admissions a. Number of classes admitted annually: _______ b. Current enrollment: Maximum enrollment: 1st year students _______ 1st year students _______ 2nd year students* _______ 2nd year students* _______ (*To be completed by two-year programs only) Facilities a. Identify program(s) which share facilities with the dental assisting program, e.g., dental hygiene, dental laboratory technology, nursing._______________________
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