|1.||Demonstrate and apply an integrated understanding of assessing and managing critical care, surgical, emergency and specialist care patient groups across the lifespan and inclusive of indigenous and culturally diverse populations;|
|2.||Collate relevant clinical information, critically analyse & interpret clinical information and generate an advanced, problem / hypothesis driven approach to clinical assessment and management;|
|3.||Demonstrate knowledge and ability to develop a research proposal with introduction to a capstone research project and facilitate evidence based practice; and|
|4.||Utilise the Peer Assisted Learning model for constructive peer review and critical self-reflective practice.|
|Assignment||Mobilising the critical care patient (1500 words)||35%|
|Assignment||Capstone Research proposal submission (2000 words)||35%|
|Test||MEQ/MEQ: Burns / palliative / oncology scenario (1.5hrs)||15%|
|Test||MEQ/MEQ: Vestibular case scenario (2hrs)||15%|
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