|1.||Demonstrate an advanced and integrated understanding of a range of acute, sub-acute and chronic neurological and neuromuscular conditions;|
|2.||Research and apply established theories and methods to clinical exercise physiology practice when working with clients with neurological and neuromuscular conditions.|
|3.||Critically analyse, evaluate, and synthesize complex information about a range of assessment procedures and techniques to facilitate evidence-based and competent assessment of a range of neurological and neuromuscular conditions.|
|4.||Critically analyse, evaluate, and synthesize complex information about a range of exercise methods to facilitate evidence-based and competent exercise prescription for a range of neurological and neuromuscular conditions.|
|5.||Interpret and transmit knowledge, skills, and ideas associated with the assessment and exercise-based treatment of neurological and neuromuscular conditions to a range of stakeholders, including healthcare professionals and clients.|
|Essay||2000 word literature review based on one of the neurological conditions examined in lectures and tutorials.||25%|
|Presentation||Group-based peer-teaching presentation of exercise assessment, prescription, and instruction based on a neurological case study.||25%|
|Test||In-class test consisting of 10 multiple choice questions knowledge and five short-answer questions assessing factual knowledge and clinical reasoning.||15%|
|Other||Practical exam assessing clinical skills using role-play||35%|
Pocket Book of Neurological Physiotherapy. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780443068546
Stokes M & Stack E, 2009
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