To facilitate their preparation for treating patients, students consider legal and regulatory requirements of osteopathic practice. Students are able to apply knowledge developed in previous Patient, Practitioner and the Health system (PPH) units by using outcome measures in the clinical environment.
HBS3501 - Patient, Practitioner and Health System 5
HBS3602 - Evidence for Practice 6
HBS3603 - Scientific Basis for Osteopathy 6
HBS3604 - Clinical Skills 6
|1.||Formulate osteopathic management plans for patients with a variety of health complaints;|
|2.||Quantify patient health status using outcome measures;|
|3.||Reflect on the operational requirements for management of a successful osteopathic practice;|
|4.||Contextualise the legal and regulatory requirements impacting Australian osteopathic practice; and|
|5.||Summarise and classify the contributors to the patient's pain experience.|
|Assignment||Reflect on the operational and regulatory requirements impacting osteopathic practice (1500 words)||30%|
|Portfolio||Evidence piece (1500 words)||30%|
|Examination||2 hour Written examination||40%|
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