|1.||Demonstrate and apply an integrated understanding of assessing and managing the specific and diverse needs of the client 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 based, hypothesis driven approach to clinical assessment and management in the areas of women's and men's health, mental and occupational health, incontinence and paediatrics;|
|3.||Demonstrate an ability to communicate knowledge and clinical findings to specialist and non-specialist audiences; and|
|4.||Utilise the Peer Assisted Learning model for constructive peer review and critical self-reflective practice.|
|Assignment||Group task Ante Natal or Post Natal education class video submission (10mins)||35%|
|Assignment||The role of physical activity in mental health (2000 words)||35%|
|Test||MEQ/MEQ: Occupational Health / Ergonomics Assessment (1.5hrs)||15%|
|Test||MEQ/MEQ: Men's Health (1.5hrs)||15%|
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