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The academic calendar shows the deadlines and scheduled events that are relevant to students, teaching and technical-administrative staff of the University. Public holidays and University closures are also indicated. The academic year normally begins on 1 October each year and ends on 30 September of the following year.

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Course calendar

The Academic Calendar sets out the degree programme lecture and exam timetables, as well as the relevant university closure dates..

For the year 2020/2021 No calendar yet available

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Academic staff


Albanese Massimo +39 045 812 4251/4024

Artegiani Elisa

Burro Roberto +39 045 802 8743

Canova Giacomo Sebastiano

Cardobi Nicolo'

Chiarini Anna Maria +39 045 802 7646

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Darra Francesca +39 045 812 7869

Dell'Orco Daniele +39 045 802 7637

Faccioni Fiorenzo +39 045 812 4251 - 4868

Gerosa Roberto 0458124863

Lleo'Fernandez Maria Del Mar 045 8027194

Locatelli Francesca 045 8027655

Lombardo Giorgio +39 045 812 4867

Lora Riccardo 045 802 7606

Lorenzetto Erika +39 0458027620

Luciano Umberto +39 045 807 4251

Maffeis Claudio +39 045 812 7664

Malchiodi Luciano +39 045 812 4855

Meyer Anja

Murgia Maria

Nadalet Sylvain Giovanni +39 045 8028848

Olivieri Mario 045 8124921

Pizzini Francesca Benedetta 00390458124301

Polettini Aldo Eliano 3337475432

Righi Elda

Sboarina Andrea +39 045 802 7291

Scapini Patrizia 0458027556

Schweiger Vittorio +39 045 812 4311

Scupoli Maria 045-8027405 045-8128425

Zerman Nicoletta + 39 045 812 4251 - 4857

Study Plan

The Study Plan includes all modules, teaching and learning activities that each student will need to undertake during their time at the University. Please select your Study Plan based on your enrolment year.

MED/28 ,MED/50 ,M-PSI/01
MED/04 ,MED/28 ,MED/36
MED/07 ,MED/17 ,MED/42 ,MED/44 ,MED/45

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TAF (Type of Educational Activity) All courses and activities are classified into different types of educational activities, indicated by a letter.

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Teaching code




The teaching is organized as follows:

Psicologia dell'apprendimento




Lezioni 1 Anno1 semestre CLID VR

Academic staff

Roberto Burro

Fondamenti dell'igiene orale




Lezioni 1 Anno1 semestre CLID VR

Academic staff

Alessia Pardo

Metodi e materiali di igiene orale




Lezioni 1 Anno1 semestre CLID VR

Academic staff

Martina Pettinà

Odontoiatria di comunita'




Lezioni 1 Anno1 semestre CLID VR

Academic staff

Annarita Signoriello

Learning outcomes

: Teaching aims to critically educate the student about the knowledge of the profession of the Dental Hygienist, provide basic knowledge regarding the most common pathologies of the oral cavity, focusing in particular on the aspect of prevention. It provides basic knowledge about behaviour changes through learning and how these changes are stored. In addition, the basic oral hygiene knowledge is provided with the characteristics of the different home oral hygiene facilities and the correct ways of using them in order to be able to advise the tools and products most suitable for each patient. ORAL HYGIENE FUNDAMENTALS MODULE Training objectives: The course aims to critically educate the student about knowledge of the profession of the Dental Hygienist and his role within the dental team, the strategies that the dental hygienist can put in place for the promotion of health and the basic knowledge of oral cavity anatomy. The course also aims to provide the student with modalities and strategies for communicating with the patient. COMMUNITY DENTISTRY MODULE Training objectives: The course aims to provide the student with the basic knowledge regarding the most common pathologies of the oral cavity, focusing in particular on the aspect of prevention. The course aims to provide knowledge about the figure of the dental hygienist and his possible roles as promoter of oral health in different age groups in line with what is proposed by the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization. Expected learning outcomes include preventive concepts and strategies related to the aforementioned pathologies. LEARNING PSYCHOLOGY MODULE Training objective: Changes in behavior through learning and how these changes are stored. The various forms of learning. Intelligence and its measurement. The course will allow the student to obtain the necessary preparation for the deepening and use of The Psychology of Learning understood as an experimental discipline. Cognitive processes such as learning, memory, perception, attention, thought, motivation, emotion and communication will be contextualized in the general methodological system of cognitive sciences, allowing the student to find all the elements of comparison and integration with methodologies, theories and models, both from a historical and application perspective in the world of contemporary research. METHODS AND MATERIALS OF ORAL HYGIENE MODULE Training objectives: The aim of the Course is to learn the characteristics of home oral hygiene and the correct methods of use to be able to determine which tools and products are best suited to each patient in order to provide personalized indications to maintain good oral health. Also crucial is the knowledge of the injuries caused by the improper use of the available principals and the different methods of motivation of the patient.


Starting from the analysis of the historical path that psychology has led to identify itself as an experimental discipline, the most important issues involved in cognitive processes will be addressed. The first of the studied aspects will be the methodological and epistemological one to understand the relationship between Psychology understood as an experimental discipline and the other humanistic disciplines that contribute to the study of human thought. The other topics covered will be the classic ones of Psychology such as the study of perceptual experience, psychophysics, theories, models and research on consciousness, attention, memory, thought, intelligence, learning, motivation, emotions, communication. In addition, topics such as the nature and treatment of mental disorders, the development of personality throughout life and the behavioral biology that contribute to the organization of man's cognitive architecture will be touched upon. following topics:
- Historical introduction to the psychology of cognitive processes
- Methods in Psychology
- The perception
- Attention and conscience
- Learning
- The memory
- Language and communication
- Thinking and reasoning
- Emotions

The nature of child development and its study
From biological beginnings to birth
Physical, motor and perceptive development
Different cognitive development approaches
Information processing
Language development
Emotional and affective development
Identity acquisition and self-understanding
Psychopathology of childhood and adolescence
Psychological issues related to dental hygiene techniques
Pain management in evolutionary age

- Preventive and Community Dentistry: definition, purposes, health and prevention, national oral health guide-lines in development age and in adults, health assistance models, dentistry assistance models, LEA in Dentistry.
- Deciduous and permanent teeth, natal and neonatal teeth.
- Caries: epidemiology, epidemiologic indices, etiology, clinical features, diagnosis, risk assessment (indices and models), prevention, early childhood caries;
Fluorine: mechanism of action, fluorine prophylaxis, dental fluorosis;
Dental sealants: use and application, glass-ionomer and resin materials, remineralization strategies.
- Periodontal diseases: epidemiology, etiology, clinical features and diagnosis of gingivitis and periodontitis, periodontal indices, risk factors, prevention.
- Oral hygiene role in prevention of oral and systemic diseases in children and adults; General rules for infections’ prevention in oral stomatology.
- Oral hygiene practice with children: methodology and strategies with anxious patients.
- Oral pathologies prevention during pregnancy.
- Dental abnormalities: etiology, types (number, volume, shape, place, position, eruption, growth, structure).
- Malocclusion: Angle classification, overjet and overbite, oral habits, preventive and interceptive orthodontics.
- Oral cancer: epidemiology, etiology, clinical features, risk factors, precancerous lesions, risk assessment, screening and early diagnosis.
- Bisphosphonates osteonecrosis (BRONJ): definition, epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis criteria, risk factors, dentristry procedures, prevention.

The profile of the dental hygienist.
Prevention, Motivation, Education, Compliance: Communication Techniques.
Anatomy of the oral cavity (teeth and periodontal)


Reference texts
Author Title Publishing house Year ISBN Notes
Canestrari, R., Godino, A. Manuale di Psicologia (Edizione 3) CLUED 2018 978-88-491-5579-2
V. Cortesi Ardizzone , A. Abbinante Igienista orale. Teoria e pratica professionale Edra 2013
Limeback Hardy Odontoiatria preventiva integrata E.M.S.I. 2015 978-88-86669-95-5

Examination Methods

The exam taken during an official appeal will consist of a written test with thirty multiple choice questions to be carried out in 30 minutes (3 the answer alternatives of which only one is correct. For the final judgment expressed in thirtieths, a correct answer has value equal to 1 point, an incorrect answer has a value of 0 points, an answer not given has a value of 0 points).

Multiple choice and short-answer written exam

Written: 10 questions are submitted to the student. Each with a maximum score of 3 points each.

Multiple choice and open-ended questions

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Gestione carriere

Orario Lezioni

Si pubblicano gli orari delle lezioni relativi al 1^anno -1° semestre: Gli orari degli anni 2 e 3 sono pubblicati alla voce "Orario " in alto a destra di questa pagina;

La frequenza in aula delle lezioni è obbligatoria ed è prevista per tutti e tre gli anni di corso.
Le lezioni si svolgeranno in sicurezza, la capienza delle aule è  limitata al 50% dei posti disponibili 
Per gli studenti l’accesso in aula richiederà obbligatoriamente la preventiva prenotazione del posto tramite l’App UNIVR Lezioni.
er consentire a tutta la comunità studentesca di frequentare le attività didattiche in presenza, potrà essere utilizzato il principio di turnazione ovvero l’alternanza tra la possibilità di frequentare in presenza. Verrà data priorità di accesso all’aula alle studentesse e agli studenti con esigenze specifiche di apprendimento e alle studentesse e agli studenti internazionali che lo richiederanno
Il Collegio Didattico ha recentemente deliberato che le lezioni siano erogate in presenza a metà studenti e l’altra metà in diretta streaming per tutti e tre gli anni di corso, attraverso l’utilizzo della piattaforma Zoom e che essendo  la frequenza prevista dal regolamento obbligatoria ( 75% per l'insegnamento e 50% del modulo), pena l'esclusione all’esame. Quest‘ultima è considerarata valida se lo studente è presente in aula e/o in collegamento in diretta streaming.


Lo studente è obbligato a mantenere accesa la telecamera mentre il microfono può essere spento.

Permane l’obbligo da parte del docente della registrazione la cui visione non vale come certificazione di presenza.
IMPORTANTE: l'aula assegnata al 1 anno di corso è l'aula 4 della Lente Didattica all'interno del Policlinico G.B. Rossi di Verona, la quale ha una capienza pari a 11 posti in presenza.
E‘ obbligatorio che il n. di studenti  prenotati per queste aule siano gli stessi numeri/persone per:
1 ANNO: Aula 4 Lente didattica

2-3 ANNO: Aula 1 Ex Area Gavazzi - e Aule Piastra Odontoiatrica


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Calendario Esami

in questa pagina verranno pubblicati i calendari degli esami del Corso di Laurea.

Si ritiene utile allegare le linee guida dell'ateneo circa la possibilità di poter richiedere  lo svolgimento degli esami on line.

Si allega altresì il modulo da compilare per richiedere lo svolgimento degli esami a distanza da indirizzare ai docenti interessati.

E' possibile richiedere l'esame a distanza solo in presenza di 3 casi:

1) Essere attualmente positivi al covid-19 ed in isolamento;

2) Essere stato a stretto contatto con soggetto positivo;

3) Essere in quarantena per ingresso/rientro in Italia da paese straniero;

4) Risiedere in un luogo distante oltre 80 km dalla sede didattica del Corso di Studio;



Area riservata studenti