|1.||Analyse the processes associated with electrotherapy treatments relevant to the dermal clinician;|
|2.||Design, perform and manage electrotherapy treatments safely and effectively where appropriate;|
|3.||Integrate electrical theory in relation to electrotherapy procedures in dermal therapy;|
|4.||Investigate how electrotherapy procedures are related to the nervous system, fluid, electrolyte and acid base balance;|
|5.||Formulate how electrotherapy procedures are related to and can assist wound healing processes;|
|6.||Assess the applications of other modalities e.g. Low Level Laser in conjunction with electrotherapy;|
|7.||Evaluate the efficacy of electrotherapy for use in dermal practice.|
|Assignment||Written Assignment - Report (2000 words)||25%|
|Practicum||Practical Assessments (1 hour in total for a range of modalities that will be assessed)||35%|
|Examination||Written Examination (2 hours)||40%|
Electrotherapy [electronic resource]: evidence-based practice
Watson, T. (2008)
London: Elsevier Health Sciences UK, 2008.
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