Welcome to Melbourne Dental School
Students can apply for Grants/Funds & Scholarships
Grants/Funds & Scholarships
Further information regarding details of your orientation can be accessed below. All students within the Bachelor of Oral Health must satisfy the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences Clinical Placement Compliance Policy prior to commencing clinical practice.
As part of your course you will also be expected to purchase specific instruments that you will be expected to use throughout your degree.
Students undertaking any research involving either Humans or Animals must apply for timely Ethics approval
Melbourne Dental School Human Ethics Advisory Group (HEAG)
The Melbourne Dental School HEAG provide preliminary assessment on behalf of the University’s Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) and its Health Sciences Human Ethics Sub-Committees (HESC), on human research projects submitted by staff and students within the School, as well as to advise the HREC and HESC on issues pertaining to human research ethics in the School. All proposed research involving humans to be conducted by staff and students within the school must obtain ethics approval. Researchers must submit human ethics applications to the HEAG via THEMIS. The HEAG conducts an ethical review of the human ethics application looking at adherence to guidelines, clear aims, feasibility, good design, justification, significance, risks and benefits, and clarity of communication. The approval process varies depending on the level of risk of the proposed research. The University’s HREC has granted the HEAG the authority to approve certain low-risk applications. However, all other applications must be submitted to the HESC (via the HEAG) after recommendation for approval by the HEAG. For more detailed information on committee membership, function and responsibility, and method of operation, please refer to the Office for Research Ethics and Integrity website Office for Research Ethics and Integrity website.
As part of your course you will also be expected to purchase specific dental instruments that you will be expected to use throughout your degree.
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Welcome to the Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Implants)
Further information regarding details of your orientation can be accessed below.