How was that case with the missing 2.2 treated?
Last month, JCDA OASIS and ITI, initiated Phase 1 of a joint treatment planning challenge pilot project. Just over 100 colleagues had agreed to participate in this exercise and many gave us feedback on a completely anonymous basis.
For Phase 2 of the project, We have placed links below to a representative sample of the inputs we got from over 50 Canadian dentists to the following 3 principal questions:
Q 1: What further information is needed to create a treatment plan? Question 1 Input
Q 2: What range of options would you present to the patient? Question 2 Input
Q 3: What further questions do you have for the specialists? Question 3 Input
Also for Phase 2 of the exercise, Drs Bill Abbott (OMFS) and Chris Storey (prosthodontist) have created a YouTube video (16.5 minutes) in which they answer your most important questions and tell us how the patient was actually treated.
Because this is a pilot project, your feedback is crucial to us as we plan next steps. I welcome your feedback about the case itself and the processes we have used for this exercise by contacting me directly or by giving us your comments in the comment box on this blog posting.
If you choose to provide input directly in the blog posting, your comments will come to me before they appear. I welcome you to be as anonymous as you wish by putting either your real name or a made-up name in “Name” input area.
I look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience. You can contact me directly at either firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-267-6354 ext. 2297. Best wishes, John