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Purpose: to record learner evidence against a range of assessment methodsThe Evidence Record needs to include a clear description of the evidence being presented toenable the assessor to make appropriate assessment judgements.This document can be used to record a range of assessment methods. For direct observationsand professional discussions, the Evidence Record needs to be completed by thetutor/assessor. However, the learner can complete the Evidence Records for other evidencesuch as reflective accounts or learner plans and records, the document can also be completedby Expert Witnesses to record their statements.Feedback in relation to the assessment recorded on this paperwork will be given on theassessment cycle feedback sheet.Learner/assessor detailsGeneral information to identify the learner and tutor/assessor. Assessmentmethod The tutor/assessor should indicate which assessment method has beenused by adding the appropriate assessment method from therecommended list for the qualification. A list of recommended assessment methods can be found in Section 2of ‘How to ...’ A Guide to Assessing CACHE Qualifications,which is available on cachezone.Recording ofevidence This section should provide a clear description of the learner’spractice to enable the tutor/assessor to make their assessmentjudgements. It can be completed by the tutor/assessor, the learner orthe Expert Witness dependent on the nature of the evidence.Owner NQMERF0513 V2.0
Units/Assessmentcriteria The evidence should be linked by the tutor/assessor to the range ofunits or assessment criteria that it covers.Signatures To be signed and dated by both the tutor/assessor and the learner toshow that they have both accepted the record.Owner: NQMERF0513 V2.0
Learner nameDatePIN NoQualification& levelTutor/Assessor nameAssessment methodDirect observationLearner’s own work productsProfessional discussionQuestion & answerReflection on own practiceOther (please state below)Recording of evidenceUnitAssessmentcriteriaINTRODUCTIONInfection prevention and control is the key clinical priorities that meansprotecting people from any kind of infection cause by bacteria. In order tohelp or control periodontal disease, it is crucial to brush and floss every dayto eliminated the bacteria that cause gum disease. The following report oninfection prevention will cover, methods that exist for controlling plaque,treatment available for controlling cavities and periodontal disease. Further,it will cover various sources of fluoride and methods of aspirating duringvarious treatment, reasons for finishing restorations. TASK 11. Identify methods for controlling plaque.Methods for controlling Plaque are:Mechanical Plaque Control Aids:Toothbrush both manual and electric. Interdental method such as; dental floss, triangular tooth picks, yarnand super-floss. Other include; pipe cleansers and water irrigation device (BauerOwner: NQMERF0513 V2.0Area 4
Recording of evidenceUnitAssessmentcriteriaBriss and Bowman, 2014). Using antibacterial mouth rinse.Chemical plaque control methods:The first generation anti plaque agents are able of decreasing plaqueup to 20-60%. second generation agents exhibit better retention by oral tissues 2. List four treatments available for the following: Controlling caries Controlling periodontal disease Fillings are the most common wayof treating caries. Scaling; that eliminates tartar andbacteria from the tooth surfaces. Crowns are another measure fordental professionals while treatmentfor dental caries. Root planing; smooths the rootsurfaces. Next method for controllingcaries/cavities is root canal in whichthe damaged nerve is removed. Gum graft, in which exposed rootsdue to gum recession can becovered with it. Extraction for controlling is done bythe professionals in which theyremove the tooth. Flap surgery; in which tiny cuts aremade in gum (Asiri, Alomri andShah, 2016). 3. Research and identify three different sources of fluoride. Water:- fluoride is commonly present in low concentration in mostfresh and saltwater sources and also in rain water. In plants :- this is the second source of fluoride present in allvegetables which is absorbed from soil and water. Also, in all tealeaves fluoride is present. Non organic meat and bone broth, as fluoride is stored in bones ofanimals, hence, bones contains the highest amount of fluoride. Owner: NQMERF0513 V2.0
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