|1.||Apply and further develop foundation anatomical and physiological knowledge relevant to neurological based clinical presentations;|
|2.||Develop evidence based clinical reasoning and critical thinking skills through a case-based learning approach and develop a person-centered, prioritized problem list;|
|3.||Safely and effectively assess and manage common neurological presentations across the lifespan and inclusive of indigenous and culturally diverse patient populations;|
|4.||Evaluate and reflect on treatment outcomes, devise targeted plans for ongoing management and effectively communicate this to specialist and non-specialist audiences; and|
|5.||Execute constructive peer review and critical self-reflective practice utilising the peer assisted learning model.|
|Test||Test (30 mins)||15%|
|Case Study||Scenario (Modified Essay Question) (1 hour)||30%|
|Other||Peer review and self-reflective practice (750 words)||15%|
|Examination||Practical Skills Assessment: OSCE station-based examination (30 mins)||40%|
Stroke rehabilitation: guidelines for exercise and training to optimize motor skill 1st ed.
Carr, J. H., & Shepherd, R. B. (2003)
Neurological physiotherapy pocketbook 2nd ed.
Lennon, S., Ramdharry, G., & Verheyden, G. (2018)
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