This clinical practicum unit of study involves clinical placements which provide a wide range of practical experience in the following areas: rehabilitation, acute care, ambulatory care/outpatients, as well as one advanced general unit in specialised areas, eg, paediatrics or hand therapy or in specific settings, such as private practice and community health setting. Across the clinical program students will be provided with opportunities to apply their skills in musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary and neurological physiotherapy to a wide variety of patients and conditions.Students will be required to demonstrate competence in the specific clinical skills for each area as well as the generic skills and attributes of physiotherapy professionals. During practicum placements there will be such as participation in quality improvement projects and interprofessional learning.. In addition, students will be responsible for individual and group training sessions such as strength andfitness programs.Clinical Practicum D is a five week placement which requires full attendance (40 hours per week). In addition, at least one of the placements may be in a rural or regional setting being delivered at clinical facilities or online (e.g. telehealth services).
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