The student will have the opportunity to identify learning needs from previous clinical experiences and attempt to address these needs within a different health care situation. The opportunity will exist to build on skills developed during previous placements and to learn new profession-specific skills and to acquire new knowledge.
By the end of the component students should be able to:
- Demonstrate skills of lifelong learning through evidence of continuing professional development (CPD) and development of a professional portfolio
- Demonstrate knowledge and skills in linking the different clinical specialities and understanding the big picture
- Demonstrate high level assessment and treatment skills with fluency, efficiency and effectiveness
- Demonstrate the use of appropriate evidence to inform assessment and treatment practice
- Demonstrate high level clinical reasoning skills using evidence based practice
- Demonstrate effective and efficient caseload management skills, using prioritizing skills, team working and appropriate communication.
- Demonstrate safe, effective and efficient handling skills
The students will gain experience of physiotherapy practice within a clinical setting. Teaching and learning methods will include treating patients with the guidance of a clinical educator, observation of experienced clinicians treating patients; tutorials, seminars, discussion and participation in/observation of clinics, case conferences, and ward rounds as appropriate.
Non credit-bearing component (level H equivalent)
Module Attendance Required
180 hours placement learning over 6 weeks
Assessment of clinical competence using Professional Assessment Development form
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