HBS3504 - Clinical Skills 5
HBO3009 - Biomedical Science for Osteopathy 9
|1.||Elicit a patient and condition-specific clinical history;|
|2.||Integrate clinical reasoning with practical skills to justify diagnosis and management of common conditions presenting in osteopathic practice;|
|3.||Exhibit osteopathic manual techniques and management strategies for conditions of the spine and peripheral joints; and|
|4.||Justify the contributors and mechanisms of pain to patient management.|
|Exercise||Clinical reasoning group task (500 words, 45 mins in-class)||10%|
|Other||History taking reflection task (600 words)||20%|
|Case Study||Written report (1000 words, 75 mins in-class)||30%|
|Examination||Practical exam (hurdle requirement) (45mins)||40%|
Manipulation of the spine, thorax and pelvis: An osteopathic perspective 4th ed.
Gibbons, P., & Tehan, P. (2016)
Brukner and Khan's Clinical Sports Medicine 5th ed. Vol 1.
Brukner, P., & Khan, K.(2016)
Sydney, Australia: McGraw Hill
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