SCL6104 - Clinical Exercise Practice
|1.||Critically appraise, interpret and disseminate to specialist and non-specialist audiences research and project outcomes relevant to contemporary and emerging Accredited Exercise Physiologist contexts;|
|2.||Examine and analyse a broad range of client diversity and ethical issues that may be encountered by healthcare practitioners;|
|3.||Critically evaluate the importance and influence of client-practitioner relationships and counselling and support during the rehabilitation process; and when to refer to other appropriate allied health professionals;|
|4.||Demonstrate conceptual understanding of client-centredness within both solo practice, an interprofessional model of healthcare, and research; and,|
|5.||Critically appraise and apply an EP model of best practice within an interprofessional model of healthcare for clients living with chronic diseases.|
|Portfolio||Client case analysis and reflection portfolio||50%|
|Presentation||Client case portfolio peer presentation||25%|
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