|1.||Elicit and interpret clinical signs and symptoms pertinent to conditions typically seen in gerontology;|
|2.||Interpret clinical tests and special investigations commonly used in the diagnosis of conditions typically seen in gerontology and generate both a primary and differential diagnosis;|
|3.||Critically review the medical management of various conditions in gerontology typically presenting in osteopathic practice and relate them to subsequent osteopathic management strategies; and|
|4.||Recommend and defend comprehensive management plans in relation to a series of holistic 'problem based cases' which reflect the integration of both prior and concurrent learning.|
|Other||Contribution to discussions and evidence of home preparatory work (Equivalent to 1500 words)||20%|
|Test||Six 30 minute online quizzes throughout semester based on cases (equivalent to 2500 words)||30%|
|Presentation||30 minute group presentation recommending management approaches for a case (equivalent to 3000 words)||50%|
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