Students are required to have a Dermal Clinic Uniform pack, PPE packs including protective eye wear for lasers and have met the clinical learning requirements including police check, working with children, Hep B immunisation and privacy disclosure.
HBD3001 - Dermal Skills 1
|1.||Exemplify stage-appropriate professional competencies expected of Student Dermal Clinicians in a clinical setting;|
|2.||Implement professional record maintenance skills in relation to log-books, progress notes and clinic files;|
|3.||Synthesise and integrate clinical and other information to assess the skin in health and disease to formulate appropriate care plans;|
|4.||Demonstrate stage-appropriate skills in therapeutic interventions with clients within the scope of the Dermal Clinician; and|
|5.||Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, reports of dermal therapy assessment and treatment.|
|Portfolio||Demonstration of case management & reflective practice for a range of dermal skin conditions & concerns, utilising a range of techniques. (2500 words)||Pass/Fail|
|Practicum||Successful completion of placement as evidenced by a supervisor’s evaluation form and the Clinic Director’s authorisation for completion.||Pass/Fail|
Health Communication for Health Care Professionals: An Applied Approach
New York: Spinger
Treatment of skin disease: comprehensive therapeutic strategies 5th ed.
Lebwohl, M. G., Heymann, W.R., Berth-Jones, J., & Coulson, I.H.(Eds) (2018)
Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier.
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