HBS1204 - Clinical Skills 2
|1.||Relate the principles of history taking to record details of the presenting complaints of the spine;|
|2.||Exhibit and interpret a physical examination of the cervical spine and temporomandibular joint ;|
|3.||Interpret common medical tests that may be used in diagnosis and management of conditions of the cervical spine;|
|4.||Exemplify clinical reasoning for common conditions of the head and cervical spine; and|
|5.||Exhibit and explain osteopathic manual techniques and management of the cervical spine.|
|Other||Quiz on cervical safety procedures (30 minutes duration, equivalent to 500 words)||20%|
|Other||Online Quiz (30 minutes duration, equivalent to 500 words)||20%|
|Case Study||Case-based learning Worksheet (500 words)||10%|
|Practicum||Practical examination (20 minutes) (hurdle requirement) (equivalent to 2000 words)||50%|
Greenmans Principles of Manual Medicine 5th ed.
Destefano, L (2017)
Philadelphia, US: Lippincott Williams Wilkins.
Orthopedic Physical Assessment. 6th ed.
Magee, D (2014)
St Louis, US: Elsevier.
Bates' guide to physical examination and history taking. 12th ed.
Bickley, L. S. (2017)
Philadelphia, US: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
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