This unit provides students with opportunity to lead the operational aspects of the clinic (reception and customer service) which is a reflection of the nature of osteopathic practice students will encounter after graduation.
A key priority in this unit is preparing students for their clinic exit examination held in the middle of the year.
HHU4286 - Clinical Practicum 6
|1.||Appraise their own patient-centred communication skills and that of their peers;|
|2.||Exemplify evidence informed patient management strategies in the student-led, on-campus clinic;|
|3.||Argue a patient-centred management plan and prognosis that sets short, medium and long term goals and takes into account all aspects of the patient's profile including lifestyle factors;|
|4.||Evaluate patient outcomes using a range of outcome measures; and|
|5.||Commentate on the skills to manage the student-led, patient centred, evidence informed on-campus clinic and external clinics.|
|Examination||120 minute Practical assessment (Clinic exit exam) - equivalent to 2000 words||Pass/Fail|
|Portfolio||Clinical portfolio reporting completion of hours and patient treatments, clinical activities, clinical records assessment (equivalent to 3000 words)||Pass/Fail|
|Practicum||20 minutes of practical assessment (3 x mini-clinical examination) - equivalent to 500 words||Pass/Fail|
|Portfolio||One evidence piece for portfolio (equivalent of 1500 words)||Pass/Fail|
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