Chantelle, a 2-year-old girl, is brought to the community clinic by her mother for a well-child visit to establish primary care. She has had inconsistent well care and her mother would like to ensure that she is caught up on her immunizations. Her mother reports that the patient has never seen a dentist and does not use a toothbrush.
Which behavior best exemplifies effective teamwork among participating members of the healthcare team?
Question 2 of 3
During the initial visit with Chantelle and her mother, you perform a risk assessment and an oral health history. In addition to a lack of regular health care, Chantelle also frequently eats sugary snacks and her mother has visibly obvious tooth decay and missing teeth.
Which behavior best exemplifies the acknowledgement of roles and responsibilities of participating members of the healthcare team?
Question 3 of 3
You perform an oral examination and encounter white spots, consistent with early childhood caries. You determine that Chantelle is an appropriate candidate for fluoride varnish application. You will apply varnish in the office today and establish a referral to a dentist.
Which behavior best exemplifies effective communication among participating members of the healthcare team?