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CSCD3100: Intermediate Clinic I

Students attend clinic, either on-campus or off-campus are responsible for the management of paediatric and/or adult clients, under the supervision of a speech pathology clinical educator. Students participate in a range of aspects of the workplace including clinic, group supervision and administration. Students partake in a clinical case conference in which their clinical skills, critical thinking and professionalism are assessed. In addition, students are required to demonstrate early intermediate skills for clinical and professional skills on COMPASS (Assessment in Speech Pathology) across any of the range of practice areas (CBOS, 2011). The Range of practice areas include speech, language, voice, fluency, and multi-modal communication disorders, unless the complexity of the disorder or specialist clinical setting indicates otherwise.

Code CSCD3100
Academic unit Communication Sciences
Credit points 6
CSCD1035 and CSCD2062 and (CSCD2066 or CSCD2067) and CSCD2069
CSCD3077 or CSCD3078 or CSCD3087

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Demonstrates professional conduct around evidence-based practice, compliance, collaboration, communication, and record keeping, and advocacy at an early intermediate level.
  • LO2. Demonstrates early intermediate level skills (on COMPASSĀ®) of reflective practice and life-long learning, including self-awareness, learning goals, integration of knowledge, and peer learning
  • LO3. Demonstrates development and progression in early intermediate skills in person/family-centred and culturally safe speech pathology practice between mid and end COMPASSĀ® evaluation), including assessment, diagnostics, reporting, service planning and delivery.

Unit outlines

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