|1.||Interrogate the structure and function of the lymphatic system, adipose organ as well as endocrinology and immunology in relation to the lymphatic system in health and disease;|
|2.||Distinguish through diagnostic testing the health or dysfunction of lymphatics including effects on adiposity and skin health;|
|3.||Adapt holistic patient care plans for treatment (including medical referral if required) based on findings of diagnostic testing;|
|4.||Develop, modify and perform professional treatment interventions to manage lymphatic dysfunction and localized adiposity;|
|5.||Evaluate and recommend interventions for lymphatic dysfunction, adiposity and skin integrity management based on best practice and scientific evidence.|
|Practicum||Practical Examination (mid-semester, 30 minutes)||15%|
|Assignment||Written Assignment (2000 words)||35%|
|Examination||Written Examination (1.5 hours)||35%|
|Practicum||Practical Examination (final, 30 minutes)||15%|
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