|1.||Assess the pharmacological and toxicological implications of using specific chemical preparations in dermal therapies;|
|2.||Analyse the chemistry of specific chemical preparations and the varied effects they have on the skin;|
|3.||Integrate previously acquired knowledge of skin histology and wound healing and adapt it to resurfacing procedures;|
|4.||Critically review evidence based research to identify effective resurfacing procedures;|
|5.||Devise effective and safe treatment protocols through the evaluation and application of evidence based research to various resurfacing techniques;|
|6.||Exhibit the ability to perform safe and effective resurfacing procedures at the level of a professional dermal therapist through the integration and adaption of theoretical knowledge to clinical practice;|
|7.||Report on resurfacing procedures by documenting case information to meet professional and legal requirements.|
|Essay||Essay (1000 words)||20%|
|Practicum||Practical Exam (1.5 hour)||40%|
|Examination||Written Examination (2 hours)||40%|
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