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PS5106 - Physiotherapy Rehabilitation for Chronic Conditions
|Student Contribution Band:
||Sch Public Health,Trop Medicine&Rehabilitation Sc
Registered Australian Physiotherapist. Completion of an overseas recognised physiotherapy
qualification. Completion of this subject within the degree Masters of Rehabilitation
(Physiotherapy) will not enable Australian registration of overseas qualified physiotherapists.
Public and private sector physiotherapists as first contact practitioners, commonly
treat patients with chronic conditions, which may be of musculo-skeletal, cardio-respiratory
or neurological origin. Frequently the presentation and management is complex due
to co-morbidities. This subject is designed to focus on a range of chronic conditions
using the principles of chronic disease management to underpin student learning. Students
will apply this knowledge to develop a rehabilitation project specific to the context
of their clinical practice.
- Demonstrate the ability to identify the rehabilitation needs of a community with respect
to chronic conditions;
- Implement strategies to identify current best practice for rehabilitation of a range
of chronic conditions;
- Develop a rehabilitation program specific to a community context and practice setting;
- Undertake risk management as it relates to chronic disease rehabilitation;
- Evaluate the outcomes of a chronic disease rehabilitation program.
- The ability to appraise information critically;
- The ability to use independent judgment to synthesise information to make intellectual
and/or creative advances;
- The ability to place their research in a broader (preferably international)theoretical,
practical and policy context.;
- The ability to think laterally and be original;
- The ability to conceptualise problems;
- The ability to conceptualise and evaluate a range of potential solutions to relevant
- The ability to encompass and use methods and conceptual advances in areas of knowledge
cognate to their central area(s) of expertise;
- The ability to evaluate and extrapolate from the outcomes of their research;
- The ability to plan, conduct and manage research in their discipline;
- The ability to identify and take serendipitous advantage of research opportunities;
- The potential to lead and contribute to projects effectively and efficiently;
- The ability to conduct their research in an ethical manner;
- The ability to communicate the methodology, results and implications of their research
in a manner appropriate to different purposes and audiences;
- The ability to make constructive contributions to project teams or collegial activities;
- The potential to resolve conflicts.
Study Period 2,
|Census Date 23-Aug-2012
|Face to face teaching
12-Nov-2012 to 15-Nov-2012
||Assoc. Professor Anne Jones
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- 15 hours professional experience
||clinical attendance and report (50%); assignments (50%).
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