Emphasis in this unit is on the development of appropriate communication and practice for interaction with clients and relevant stakeholders within the mental health and cancer AEP pathology domains. Students will develop communication and practice which is responsive to changes in clinical situation and considerate of clinical and safety risks. Students will also advance their knowledge, clinical decision-making and skills for the assessment, design and delivery of physical activity for clients with cancer as well as those with mental health conditions and disability. Clinical scenarios will be used to develop understanding of the bases for disease, diagnostic procedures and multidisciplinary care, including the principles of legislative framework for mental health care.
lecture hours: 20 tutorial hours: 7 laboratory hours: 9
inter-professional skills-based assessment (30%), in-class assessment participation (0%), exercise plan and oral case defence (35%) and final exam (35%)