HMO7004 - Applied Clinical Theory and Skills 4
|1.||Articulate a working knowledge of cultural competence with a special focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples;|
|2.||Investigate psychosocial, environmental, systemic and ethical factors impacting osteopathic practice;|
|3.||Clinically review the relationship between common and complex orthopaedic conditions and their medical management;|
|4.||Investigate the implications for osteopathic assessment and treatment of the patient in surgical, pre-operative and post-operative contexts; and|
|5.||Evaluate ergonomic issues affecting diverse patient groups and negotiate appropriate ergonomic advice for patient management.|
|Assignment||Ergonomics assignment (1750 words)||25%|
|Assignment||Orthopaedics assignment (1750 words)||25%|
|Presentation||Oral presentation (15mins, 1000 words)||20%|
|Report||Written reflective piece (1500 words)||30%|
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