HMO7001 - Applied Clinical Theory and Skills 1
|1.||Assess physiological, anatomical, functional and psychosocial changes in the aging patient;|
|2.||Elucidate the epidemiology of common chronic health complaints in the aging population and management and monitoring of these conditions in the Australian healthcare system;|
|3.||Explore the principles of rehabilitation programs and evaluate their role in preventative and rehabilitative care of a diverse patient population; and|
|4.||Formulate and interpret exercise management programs to support the rehabilitation of patient complaints with a focus on the spine.|
|Test||Online Test (45mins)||15%|
|Project||Development of a Case Study (Group) Part A: Presentation of the Case Study (1500 words) Part B: Artefact with annotated bibliography (2000 words)||45%|
|Examination||Observed Performance in a Simulated Setting (OPSS) (30mins) (hurdle)||40%|
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