HBS2404 - Clinical Skills 4
|1.||Relate the principles of advanced history taking to the recording of details for the presenting complaint|
|2.||Exhibit and interpret a clinical examination of systemic health (vital signs) and systems of the thorax (cardiovascular, respiratory, vascular, musculoskeletal);|
|3.||Interpret common medical tests that may be used in diagnosis and management of conditions of the thorax|
|4.||Exemplify clinical reasoning for analysing common conditions of the thorax|
|5.||Exhibit and explain osteopathic manual techniques of the thorax|
|6.||Conduct a clinical examination of the cranial nerves.|
|Test||Online Quiz (30min) (equivalent to 500 words)||15%|
|Test||Online Quiz (50min) (equivalent to 1000 words)||25%|
|Presentation||Group presentation based on a case vignette||10%|
|Practicum||Practical assessment of medical examination (15 minutes) and osteopathic technique (15 minutes) (hurdle requirements)||50%|
Manipulation of the spine, thorax and pelvis: An osteopathic perspective. 4th Ed
Gibbons, P., & Tehan, P. (2016)
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