The aim of this unit is to introduce students to osteopathic practice through clinical placement in the student led osteopathic teaching clinic. Students will lead consultations with patients with support from clinical educators and third year students. This unit provides students with the opportunity to implement their specialised body of knowledge of musculoskeletal conditions and management strategies within the clinical setting.
HHO4181 - Osteopathic Science 7
|1.||Reflect on the patient-centered communication skills in the clinical setting|
|2.||Manage a range of patients in the student-led, on-campus clinic;|
|3.||Advise junior colleagues in the information collection, recording and delivery of treatment; and|
|4.||Diagnose and prognosis of common musculoskeletal complaints.|
|Portfolio||Clinic portfolio reporting completion of hours, patient consultations, clinical activities, clinical record assessment (equivalent to 3000 words)||Pass/Fail|
|Practicum||15 minute practical assessment (equivalent to 1500 words)||Pass/Fail|
|Presentation||Patient case study (equivalent to 1500 words)||Pass/Fail|
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