HMO7004 - Applied Clinical Theory and Skills 4
|1.||Commentate on the psychosocial, environmental, systemic and ethical factors impacting culturally and linguistically diverse patient populations presenting in osteopathic practice;|
|2.||Articulate a working knowledge of culturally competent health provision for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples;|
|3.||Contextualise the scope of an osteopath in the peri-orthopaedic setting, including some common pre-operative and post-operative interventions; and|
|4.||Apply principles of occupational health and safety to the construct of a targeted ergonomic patient intervention.|
|Assignment||Part A Ergonomics risk assessment (350 words)||10%|
|Assignment||Part B Evidence-based management plan (1000 words)||25%|
|Presentation||Case study analysis and presentation (pairs) (15mins)||35%|
|Report||Written reflective piece and a culturally safe plan for practice (individual - 1000 words)||30%|
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' health & wellbeing
Biles, B., & Biles, J. (2019)
Oxford University Press
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