• Prepare a CASE PRESENTATION on a specific lesion on a documented, or on a fictitious patient.
  • CASE PRESENTATION GUIDELINES: The case can be an actual case (documented case) or a hypothetical case (fictitious case). The case will be written up according to the SOAP format (below). A five-minute (maximum) oral presentation will be given to the class to simulate presenting a case to a dentist or an oral pathologist. Presentation must be done in Power Point format.
  • Lesion Assigned: (Traumatic Neuroma in oral cavity)
  • SOAP FORMAT
  • S: (Subjective) Includes the patient’s chief complaint and relevant history.
  • O: (Objective) Includes the medical history, all data from clinical examination (clinical appearance, consistency, color, size, surface texture, odor, palpation) and radiographic interpretation. Includes noted loss of function or other observations. Also includes any available biopsy or lab reports.
  • A: (Assessment) List a differential diagnosis starting with most probable diagnosis, and including any other possible conditions.
  • P: (Plan) List in chronological order. Include patient instructions, referrals, recommended treatment, monitoring intervals, etc.*** Please see rubric for grading criteria. ***

*** Please note that points will be deducted for plagiarism and/or if the assignment is late. ***

Criteria Ratings Pts

Organization

20.0 pts

Excellent

Presentation is clear, logical and organized. Listener can grasp ideas about specific patient information to formulate a clear picture.

15.0 pts

Very Good

Presentation is generally clear and well organized. A few minor points about patient information may prevent formulation of a clear picture.

10.0 pts

Average

Listener can follow presentation with effort. Listeners have difficulty understanding specific patient information to formulate a clear picture. Organization seems haphazard.

5.0 pts

Needs Improvement

Logic of patient information is not made clear. The listeners are confused and unable formulate a clear picture about patient information.

20.0 pts

Content

20.0 pts

Excellent

This section is organized, clear, and well defined. The student highlights the most pertinent information. This section includes: Subjective (patient chief complaint, history), Objective (noted data from clinical examination), Assessment (list of differential diagnosis) and Plan (referral, treatment, monitoring).

15.0 pts

Very Good

This section is organized and well defined. The student states the information but omits one of the required sections.

10.0 pts

Average

This section is not well organized. There is no order to how information is presented in this section Student omits two required sections.

5.0 pts

Needs Improvement

The student does not present the most crucial information.

20.0 pts

Use of Language: Grammar and Word Choice

20.0 pts

Excellent

Student uses sentences that are complete and grammatical, and they flow together easily. Words are chosen for their precise meaning.

15.0 pts

Very Good

For the most part, sentences are complete and grammatical, and they flow together easily. With a few exceptions, words are chosen for their precise meaning.

10.0 pts

Average

Listeners can follow the presentation, but some grammatical errors and use of slang are evident. Some sentences are incomplete and/or vocabulary is somewhat limited or inappropriate.

5.0 pts

Needs Improvement

Listeners are so distracted by the presenter’s apparent difficulty with grammar and appropriate vocabulary that they cannot focus on the material presented.

20.0 pts

Use of Visual Aids

20.0 pts

Excellent

Patient information is complete and enhances the presentation. Patient health history, medications, intraoral photographs, radiographs, treatment plan, and implementation are large enough to be seen by all.

15.0 pts

Very Good

Patient information is complete and contributes to the quality of the presentation. Some material is not large enough for the audience to be able to see detailed information.

10.0 pts

Average

Patient information is poorly prepared or is missing. The material is too small to be seen or not presented in a way to help the audience grasp concepts.

5.0 pts

Needs Improvement

No aids are used, or they are so poorly prepared that they detract from the presentation.

20.0 pts

Personal Appearance (*Please see additional information below.)

20.0 pts

Excellent

Personal appearance is completely appropriate for the occasion and the audience.

15.0 pts

Very Good

For the most part, personal appearance is appropriate for the occasion and the audience.

10.0 pts

Average

Personal appearance is somewhat inappropriate for the occasion and audience.

5.0 pts

Needs Improvement

Personal appearance is inappropriate for the occasion and audience.

20.0 pts

Late Submission of Case Presentation Points will be deducted from the total points for each 24 hours that the assignment is not submitted.

0.0 pts

Points deducted=10.

If the Case Presentation is submitted up to 24 hours late, then 10 points will be deducted from the grade.

0.0 pts

Points deducted=15.

If the Case Presentation is submitted after 24 hours and up to 48 hours late, then 15 points will be deducted from the grade.

0.0 pts

Points deducted=20.

If the Case Presentation is submitted after 48 hours and up to 72 hours, then 20 points will be deducted from the grade.

0.0 pts

Points deducted=25.

If the Case Presentation is submitted after 72 hours then 25 points will be deducted from the grade.

0.0 pts

Plagiarism Points will be deducted for the percentage of the presentation that is plagiarized.

0.0 pts

Points deducted=10.

Points will be deducted if 40 to 45 % of the presentation is plagiarized.

0.0 pts

Points deducted=15.

Points will be deducted if 46-50% of the presentation is plagiarized.

0.0 pts

Points deducted=20.

Points will be deducted if 51-55% of the presentation is plagiarized.

0.0 pts

Points deducted=25.

Points will be deducted if 56% or more of the presentation is plagiarized.

0.0 pts

Personal Appearance Criteria * This is additional information.

0.0 pts

Additional notes:

Dressing appropriately would mean wearing attire other than blue jeans, T-shirts, tank tops, sleeveless tops, revealing necklines, beach-type flip flops and tattered shoes.

0.0 pts

Same additional notes as in prior “Ratings” column.

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0.0 pts

Total Points: 100.0



















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