Practical training: Podiatry I JT00DK91-3003 24.08.2020-31.12.2020
Learning outcomes of the course
You have the basic skills of podiatry, can use instruments and equipment and know the requirements for podiatric clinics.
You are able to carry out basic podiatric examinations and clinical work.
You learn how to work safely, ergonomically and aseptically.
You understand the importance of communication, interaction and documentation as a part of the podiatry process.
You learn to understand podiatry as a part of the social and health care system by studying the work of a podiatrist in working life.
What are the working environment of podiatry like?
What are basic manual skills and what instruments are used in podiatry?
What are basic examinations in podiatry?
What do basic clinical skills include in podiatry?
How do you take into account safety, aseptics and ergonomics in podiatry?
What communication and interaction skills do you need when working with clients?
How is documentation carried out in podiatry?
What is podiatry as a part of health care and rehabilitation services and who are the clients?