|1.||Evaluate ergonomic issues affecting diverse patient groups and negotiate appropriate ergonomic advice for patient management|
|2.||Articulate the relationship between common and complex orthopaedic conditions, their medical management and subsequent implications for osteopathic assessment and treatment of the patient in surgical, pre-operative and post-operative contexts|
|3.||Demonstrate an expanded range of osteopathic technical skills, using direct and indirect manual techniques|
|Examination||Written examination on orthopedics (1.5 hours)||35%|
|Practicum||Practical examination on advanced technique (20 minutes per student)||30%|
|Assignment||Ergonomics assessment (equivalent to 3000 words per student)||35%|
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