HBO1002 - Biomedical Science for Osteopathy 2
|1.||Demonstrate an understanding of the principles of informed consent and obtain consent from a simulated patient;|
|2.||Demonstrate an understanding of the history taking process and record key components of a presenting complaint;|
|3.||Perform and interpret a clinical and musculoskeletal physical examination of the upper extremity;|
|4.||Review diagnostic imaging that may be used in the diagnosis & management of conditions of the upper extremity; and|
|5.||Apply and explain osteopathic manual techniques and management for the upper extremity.|
|Workshop||CBL Participation workshops||15%|
|Examination||Practice Observed Performance in a Simulated Setting.||10%|
|Examination||30 minute Final Observed Performance in a Simulated Setting (Hurdle Requirement)||60%|
Orthopaedic physical assessment. 6th ed.
Magee, D. (2014)
St Louis, US: Elsevier Saunders.
Greenmans Principles of Manual Medicine. 4th ed.
Destefano, L (2011)
Philadelphia, US: Lippincott Williams Wilkins.
Bates' guide to physical examination and history taking. 11th ed.
Bickley, L. S. (2012)
Philadelphia, US: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
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