HMH7105 - Clinical Practice 1 and
HMO7001 - Applied Clinical Theory and Skills 1
|1.||Demonstrate appropriate clinical assessment of the patient in the clinical environment including medical and osteopathic assessment;|
|2.||Formulate differential diagnoses, working diagnosis, and prognoses for the patient;|
|3.||Demonstrate effective communication, management skills and osteopathic capabilities to meet the needs of diverse patient populations and their biopsychosocial considerations; and|
|4.||Assess and advocate for patient referral to access relevant health and community services.|
|Test||MCQ & short answer test assessing student ability to select assessments & justify diagnosis and/or prognosis for a range of conditions (30 mins)||Pass/Fail|
|Performance||Osteopathic Clinical Practice Assessment (OCPA) (15mins)||Pass/Fail|
|Performance||Report of Findings Assessment (ROF) to patient (10mins)||Pass/Fail|
|Other||Blog. Patient education and/or facilitation of referral. (700 words)||Pass/Fail|
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