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Clinical Neurophysiology Techniques - CLNP5003

Year - 2020

Clinical neurophysiologists are required to have expertise in a number of different diagnostic and monitoring modalities. This unit will use a case based approach to cover the most commonly used diagnostic techniques (other than EEG) and will focus on nerve conduction studies and sensory evoked potential recordings.

Online learning, webinars and/or discussion forums, 1 day face-to-face workshop (compulsory)

Quizzes (10%); 2 x short answer questions (20%); clinical case reviews (10%) report writing (10%); participation in the generation and peer review of assessment items (10%); final exam (40%). Students must score a minimum of 50% in the exam to pass the unit of study.

Clinical Neurophysiology, edited by Devon I. Rubin, Jasper R. Daube, 4th Edition; Electromyography and Neuromuscular Disorders: Clinical-Electrophysiologic Correlations by Preston, David C and Shapiro, Barbara, 3rd Edition.




Faculty: Medicine and Health

Semester 2

24 Aug 2020

Department/School: Clinical Neurophysiology
Study Mode: Distance education/intensive on campus
Census Date: 28 Sep 2020
Unit of study level: Postgraduate
Credit points: 6.0
EFTSL: 0.125
Available for study abroad and exchange: No
Faculty/department permission required? No
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Unit of Study coordinator: Associate Professor James Burrell
HECS Band: 3
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