Clinical practice I FT00DU87-3003 09.05.2022-29.05.2022
Learning outcomes of the course
You can describe the objectives, contents and importance of physiotherapy in a multi-professional social and health care environment.
You can encounter other human beings in health care environments and establish therapeutic interaction with them.
You know how to identify and assess movement and functional ability of different age groups.
You are familiar with factors affecting human movement and functional ability.
You know how to operate in a client-oriented way and account for patient safety in physiotherapy situations.
You know how to use physiotherapy methods in guiding individuals and groups.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Attending the course requires that the learning outcomes of the 1st academic year studies and the course of Physiotherapy interventions III have been achieved.
What is it like to work as a physiotherapist in social and health care work communities?
Which factors of human encounters do you take into account in health care interaction?
How do you identify and assess human movement and functional ability and factors affecting them?
How do you promote human movement and functional ability with physiotherapy methods?
How do you account for the client-centered approach and patient safety in physiotherapy?
How do you evaluate your own actions in health care environments?