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 Teaching StaffDr.Ihsan Nemat     Thursday, August 17, 2017  
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Name: IHSAN NEIMAT BAHNAM

Academic title: Assistant Professor

College: Dentistry

Department: Conservative Dentistry       

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1.      Personal Data

Full Name

Ihsan Neimat bahnam kaka

Date of birth

1971

Place of Birth

Iraq-mosul

Gender

Male

Marital status

married

No. of Children

2

Home address

Erbil –enkawa

Postal Address

Tel. No.

Mobile:07504771826

Office:

Home:

Fax

E. mail

Ihsankaka71@yahoo.com

2.      Languages

Read

Write

Speak

Excellent

Good

Sufficient

Excellent

Good

Sufficient

Excellent

Good

Sufficient

Kurdish

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Arabic

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English

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3.      Qualifications (Education)

From-To

Degree

College/University

Country

1989-1994

B.D.S

DENTISTRY-MOSUL

IRAQ

1998-2004

M.Sc

DENTISTRY-MOSUL

IRAQ

Specialization: Master in Conservative

General: MSc in Dentistry

Specific:  MSc  in Conservative Dentistry

Date of First Assignment in University: 1994

  1. Academic Titles

 

Academic Titles

Date of Attainment

 

Assisstant Lecturer

2001

 

Lecturer

Assistant professor

2009-2013

2013

 

  1. Experience: Teaching Activates

 

Subject

From-to

Stage-College

 

Conservative dentistry

2015-2016

fourth-fifth stages _dentistry

M.Sc students

 

  1. Supervision of Postgraduate Students

 

From-To

Thesis title

Degree

Specialty

 

10-2014

 PUSH-OUT BOND STRENGTH AND MICROLEAKAGE OF  DIFFERENT OBTURATION SYSTEMS (AN IN VITRO COMPARATIVE STUDY)

M.Sc

conservative

 

 

  1. Training Courses

 

Course

Year

Place

 

 

 

 

  1. Scientific Conferences

 

Conferences

Year

Place

 

 

 

  1. Assignments & Posts (Job Experience)

 

Post

From-To

Institution

University

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Computer Skills

 

Soft ware

Excellent

Good

Fair

Nil

 

MS Word

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MS Excel

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MS Power Point

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MS Access

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  1. Professional Memberships

Name

No.

Data

  1. Publications

Title

Journal

Year-Vol.

Comparison of the PH of roots after intra canal placement of four types of calcium hydroxide (An in vitro study).

Al mustansiria  dental journal

2013

Evaluation the effect of different instrumentation,

 obturation  on apical microleakage

(In vitro comparative study)

Al mustansiria  dental journal

2013

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Effect of canal dryness and flaring on the accuracy of two electronic apex locators.

Journal of Baghdad cpllege of dentistry

2013

Effect of different surface  treatments on shear bond strength of zirconia bonded to dentin with two resin luting cements.

Al mustansiriya  dental journal

2013

  1. Research Interests

Endodontics

  1. References

References Name

Degree

Address

E-mail

Dr.Ali zobaedi

professor

Kurdistan board

1.     The principles and philosophy of teacher for quality the teaching

One of the earliest attempts to integrate the scientific and clinical approaches was the system-based curriculum during the first two years. Scientists and clinicians were brought together in the classroom to integrate physiology, anatomy, and cell biology, among other basic sciences, to show the effects of diseases on particular patients. The approach was unsuccessful because it was difficult to reorganize and maintain, and it did not integrate clinical dentistry because the curriculum covered only the first two years.

   A second approach to integration was the creation of oral biology departments to demonstrate the relevance of basic science to clinical dentistry through “bridge courses” between basic science and clinical dentistry. Although individuals in such departments have made and continue to make significant contributions to both research and teaching, clinical dental faculty members tend to consider their contributions as an extension of the basic science curriculum and therefore not relevant to the practice of clinical dentistry.

   A third approach was the “diagonal curriculum” in which both basic science and clinical dental subjects were taught during all four years—with the basic science component predominating during the first two years, but with a significant clinical component— and with clinical dentistry predominating during the third and fourth years, but with a significant basic science component.

   In the promising “step-plan curriculum,” the basic sciences are drawn together in a meaningful way by additional courses in medical patho-physiology and physical diagnosis. An area of concentration selected at the end of the second year allows students to participate in their own curricular design, permitting some clinical choices. One option is to enter a research track in which students may work with individual faculty members.

   Other recent attempts at integration also show promise. Problem-based learning with its student interactive approach can make use of basic sciences to solve clinical problems. Computers and interactive instructional CD-ROMS for students can also integrate basic sciences with clinical dentistry.

If a student is interested in a research idea, conducting a research project will be an easier and better experience. This is not necessarily because the project is easier, but because anything is more bearable if the person wants to be involved.

   Many students have responded positively to the idea that they can investigate the educational process at their own school or nationally. Not all students are made for the basic science lab, but many students can be made aware that such research is only one aspect of the greater whole. Perhaps the largest impediment to students doing research is time. There is not enough time in most curriculums to accommodate a substantial research experience. Some possible resolutions are allowing students to test out of early basic science courses, offering elective credit for research, or mandating research periods.

   It is our opinion that, to really change the time structure, there needs to be massive curriculum reform, particularly in the first two years of dental school. The prerequisites to application for dental school have not changed in years, and many basic science courses could reasonably be moved to the pre-dental course load. This would decrease redundancy in the dental curriculum, improve the quality of applicants, and most importantly allow students more time, ideally for research or clinical experiences.

 


2.     A summary of teaching course offered by the teacher

2.1.         Undergraduates:

#

Subject

Department

Stage

Hours per week

No. of students

1

Operative dentistry

Conservative dentistry

fourth

1

96

2

Clinical conservative dentistry

Conservative dentistry

fifth

16

70

2.2.         Post- graduates (Master, Diploma and Ph.D)

#

Subject

Department

Certificate

Hours per week

No. of students

1

2

3

5

2.3.         Supervising master and doctoral thesis

#

Title of thesis

Department

Certificate

Starting date

Ending date

1

 PUSH-OUT BOND STRENGTH AND MICROLEAKAGE OF  DIFFERENT OBTURATION COMPLEXES (AN IN VITRO COMPARATIVE STUDY)

Conservative Dentistry

M.Sc

10-2014

12-2015

2

Effect of different root canal regimn systems on e.faecalis

Conservative Dentistry

M.sc

10-2015

10-2016

3

4

5

2.4.         Member of thesis examination committee

#

Student name

College

University

Certificate

Date

1

 Hdayat abo baker

dentistry

HMU

M.Sc.

19-11-2015

2

Allen jawher

dentistry

HMU

M.Sc

9-12-2015

3

Bahra mustafa

dentistrty

HMU

M.Sc

10-12-2015

4

5

6

7

8

3.     Membership in academic and administrative committee

#

Committee name

Ordered by:

(Ministry, University, College)

Position

1

Scientific committee in conservative deparetment

College

Member

2

Promotion committe

college

Member

3

4

5

4.     Activities beyond the University

Type of activity

Date

Place

Remarks

5.     Membership in local and international organization

Organization name

Country

Organization ID No.

Remarks

Kurdistan dental association

iraq

6.     Total teacher’s activities

Activity

Number

Remarks

Published research

Editing book

Local conference participation (Presenter)

International conference participation (Presenter)

Supervising Ph.D thesis

Supervising master thesis

2

Member of Ph.D thesis debate

Member of master thesis debate

3

International training course / workshop

Local training course / workshop

Total working years in University

22

Total seminar presentation at college level

1

Total working years beyond the University

Grateful and appreciative letter

 

7.     Comments to be filled by the teacher, includes any other activities does not mentioned above

Member in two protocol discussion of fifth stage students and member in  protocol  discussion of  three   M.Sc. students  in conservative  department..


 

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