HBS2304 - Clinical Skills 3
|1.||Demonstrate an understanding of the history taking process and record key components of a presenting complaint relating to the lumbopelvic region;|
|2.||Exhibit and interpret a clinical examination of the lumbopelvic region;|
|3.||Interpret common medical tests and diagnostic imaging that may be used in diagnosis and management of conditions of the lumbopelvic region;|
|4.||Exemplify clinical reasoning for analysing common conditions of the spine; and|
|5.||Exhibit and explain osteopathic manual techniques and management strategies of the lumbopelvic region including spinal manipulation therapy (SMT) and relevant safety considerations.|
|Test||Online Quiz (30 mins)||15%|
|Test||Online Quiz (45 mins)||20%|
|Presentation||Group presentation (15mins)||15%|
|Practicum||Observed Performance in a Simulated Setting (OPSS) (30 mins) (hurdle requirement)||50%|
Manipulation of the spine, thorax and pelvis: An osteopathic perspective. 4th Ed
Gibbons, P., & Tehan, P. (2016)
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