In addition, the aim is to introduce students to critical concepts in pain science. Such knowledge is essential for the effective assessment and management of pain in the clinical setting. The concepts introduced in this unit, set the foundation for a deeper exploration of pain in the Master's program HMHO Master of Health Science (Osteopathy).
HBO3008 - Biomedical Science for Osteopathy 8
|1.||Appraise peripheral and central mechanisms contributing to common presentations of pain;|
|2.||Elaborate upon common musculoskeletal conditions presenting in osteopathic practice; and|
|3.||Design, synthesise and present an anatomical prosection.|
|Report||Implementation plan of proposed prosection (500 words)||15%|
|Presentation||Oral presentation of completed prosection (15 minutes)||30%|
|Test||Online Quiz (MCQ and SAQ)||20%|
|Test||Test (on campus) (MCQ and SAQ)||35%|
Clinically oriented anatomy 8th ed
Moore, K. L., Dalley, A. F. & Agur, A.M. (2018)
Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer
Brukner & Khan's Clinical sports medicine 5th ed.
Brukner, P., et al. (2017)
Murtagh's General Practice 7th ed.
Murtagh, J. (2018)
Sydney: McGraw Hill
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