|1.||Apply and further develop foundation anatomical and physiological knowledge relevant to cardiorespiratory based clinical presentations;|
|2.||Develop evidence based clinical reasoning and critical thinking skills through a case-based learning approach and develop a person-centered, prioritized problem list;|
|3.||Safely and effectively assess and manage common cardiorespiratory presentations across the lifespan and inclusive of indigenous and culturally diverse patient populations;|
|4.||Evaluate and reflect on treatment outcomes, devise targeted plans for ongoing management and effectively communicate this to specialist and non-specialist audiences; and|
|5.||Utilise the Peer Assisted Learning model for constructive peer review and critical self-reflective practice.|
|Test||Week 1 Content - Clinical Content and Practice Quiz||15%|
|Test||Week 1 & 2 Content - Modified Essay Question||30%|
|Test||Week 3 Content – Clinical Content and Practice Quiz||15%|
|Examination||Week 1-4 Practical Skills Assessment: OSCE station-based examination||40%|
Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy - Adults and Paediatrics 5th ed.
Main, E. Denehy, L. (2016)
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