|1.||Comprehend, critically analyse and apply knowledge to the scope of professional roles available to clinical exercise practitioners and how these intersect with the roles of other health professionals;|
|2.||Analyse critically, reflect on and synthesise complex information regarding- Australian health systems in the occupational, private industry and insurance sectors;|
|3.||Interpret and transmit knowledge and skills to specialist and non-specialist audiences|
|4.||Analyse critically evaluate the technical challenges of providing a competent service in clinical exercise in the occupational rehabilitation, industry and insurance sectors; and|
|5.||Analyse critically examine and appraise the core issues concerning ethical provision, business management, and legal responsibility.|
|Examination||In-class mid-semester examination of week 1-6 content||15%|
|Portfolio||Individually-developed portfolio (DVA or Medicare; Worksafe; TAC)||65%|
|Examination||End of semester final written examination||20%|
Understanding the Australian Healthcare System 3rd Edition
Willis, E., Reynolds, L., and Keleher, H., 2016,
Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier
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