HHD4186 - Clinical Diagnosis and Management 5 (Rheumatology)
|1.||Demonstrate in depth understanding of the complex pathogenesis and variable clinical expression of common rheumatological conditions and autoimmune diseases;|
|2.||Critically reflect on how osteopathic manual techniques can be used to impact the pathological processes encountered in rheumatological and auto-immune diseases;|
|3.||Apply acquired knowledge and skills to a range of self-directed weekly questions which are designed to interrogate the students understanding of concepts ranging from pathogenesis to clinical expression; and|
|4.||Synthesise and combine the information learnt in this unit with that taught in CD&M5 (Rheumatology) to reflect the complex reality of osteopathic practice.|
|Test||45-minute mid semester test (equivalent of 500 words)||30%|
|Examination||2-hour written examination (equivalent of 2000 words)||70%|
HHY4185 PATHOLOGY 5 (RHEUMATOLOGY) lecture and tutorial manual. 2014
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Osteopathy unit, College of Health and Biomedicine
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Kumar, V., Abbas, A. K., & Fausto, N. (2014).
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Newman Dorland, W. A. (2003).
W. B. Saunders Co.
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