|1.||Explicate an understanding of theoretical frameworks and models relevant to clinical health psychology;|
|2.||Implement core clinical psychology skills and specialised assessment for health related presentations in various patient groups;|
|3.||Exhibit an understanding of the principles of behaviour change in the health context;|
|4.||Contextualize an understanding of the psychological impact of illness and the effect of psychological factors on the course of illness;|
|5.||Critically examine the principles of health promotion, prevention, and intervention in a cultural and community context, including within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities; and|
|6.||Explicate an understanding of the contribution of clinical psychology to health maintenance and illness prevention.|
|Assignment||Interview and minor report (indicative: 1000 words)||30%|
|Essay||Essay (indicative: 3000 words)||50%|
|Report||Submission of a written reflection on their own learning on the indigenous health topic (indicative 1000 words)||20%|
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