|1.||Justify and implement an appropriate biopsychosocial management plan for the patient's presenting complaint.|
|2.||Empower the patient to self-manage by use of education and rehabilitation.|
|3.||Demonstrate effective communication skills in the clinical environment with an understanding of diverse patient populations|
|4.||Critically reflect on their evidence-informed patient management|
|5.||Implement primary patient care responsibilities|
|6.||Scope the requirements to establish themselves as a professional in the Australian health system|
|Portfolio||Clinical portfolio reporting completion of hours and patient treatments, clinical activities, clinical records assessment||Pass/Fail|
|Performance||30 minutes of practical assessment (2 x Osteopathic Clinical Practice Assessment OCPA and 1 x Report findings)||Pass/Fail|
|Portfolio||Graduate Portfolio: Portfolio of evidence demonstrating competence in the VU Osteopathic Graduate Capabilities.||Pass/Fail|
|Examination||OSCE Examination: 120 minute Practical assessment (Clinic exit exam) -||Pass/Fail|
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