SCL6101 - Case Management for Clinical Exercise and
SCL6104 - Clinical Exercise Practice
|1.||Critically appraise, interpret and disseminate research and project outcomes relevant to contemporary and emerging Accredited Exercise Physiologist contexts to specialist and non-specialist audiences;|
|2.||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, health and wellness coaching and support during the rehabilitation process, including referral to other allied health professionals;|
|4.||Demonstrate a conceptual understanding and application of client-centredness within different models of care, including solo practice, multi-disciplinary and interprofessional model of healthcare; and,|
|5.||Critically appraise and apply preventative measures as a clinical exercise physiologist for clients living with, or at risk of contracting chronic diseases.|
|Portfolio||Client case analysis and reflection portfolio||50%|
|Project||Clinical Practice Project (Part 2 from SCL6101)||40%|
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