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Theoretical Bases of Multidisciplinary RehabilitationLaajuus (5 cr)

Code: YSMA0100

Credits

5 op

Teaching language

  • Finnish

Responsible person

  • Sanna Sihvonen, Hyvinvointiyksikkö

Objective

Purpose of the course
The purpose of the course is to increase student's understanding of the theoretical basis of multidisciplinary rehabilitation.

Competences
Expertise in multidisciplinary and multiprofessional rehabilitation
Learning and information management

Learning outcomes
As a student you are capable of: considering rehabilitation as a multi-disciplinary societal phenomenon and proactively anticipate national and international changes related to rehabilitation; You form a structured conception of the significance of the rehabilitation service system and the legislation that regulates rehabilitation. You know and are able to apply the theories, conceptual systems and models of rehabilitation, as well as relying on research-based information in your actions.

Content

Proactive anticipation of national and international changes related to rehabilitation
Rehabilitation service system and the legislation that regulates rehabilitation
The theories, conceptual systems and models of rehabilitation
Development of operating practices and environments in rehabilitation

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Sufficient 1
The student is familiar with the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises it to a certain extent in development work. The student is capable of naming key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them.

Satisfactory 2
The student is capable of analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work. The student is capable of naming key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Good 3
The student is capable of analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future. The student is capable of applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Very good 4
The student is capable of critically analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future and creating something new. The student is capable of extensively applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Excellent 5
The student is capable of critically analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises a diverse range of evidence-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future and creating something new. The student is capable of comprehensively applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and is able to assess rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Enrollment

01.08.2024 - 25.08.2024

Timing

23.08.2024 - 18.12.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Mode of delivery

Face-to-face

Unit

School of Health and Social Studies

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

0 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Master's Degree Programme in Project Management
  • Master's Degree Programme in Business Network Management
  • Master’s Degree Programme in Health Care and Social Services
Teachers
  • Kristiina Juntunen
  • Asta Suomi
Teacher in charge

Kristiina Juntunen

Groups
  • ZJAYSU24S1
    Avoin AMK, sote, YAMK-väylät,Monialainen kuntoutus
  • YSU24S1
    Monialainen kuntoutus (YAMK)

Objectives

Purpose of the course
The purpose of the course is to increase student's understanding of the theoretical basis of multidisciplinary rehabilitation.

Competences
Expertise in multidisciplinary and multiprofessional rehabilitation
Learning and information management

Learning outcomes
As a student you are capable of: considering rehabilitation as a multi-disciplinary societal phenomenon and proactively anticipate national and international changes related to rehabilitation; You form a structured conception of the significance of the rehabilitation service system and the legislation that regulates rehabilitation. You know and are able to apply the theories, conceptual systems and models of rehabilitation, as well as relying on research-based information in your actions.

Content

Proactive anticipation of national and international changes related to rehabilitation
Rehabilitation service system and the legislation that regulates rehabilitation
The theories, conceptual systems and models of rehabilitation
Development of operating practices and environments in rehabilitation

Evaluation scale

0-5

Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (1-2)

Sufficient 1
The student is familiar with the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises it to a certain extent in development work. The student is capable of naming key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them.

Satisfactory 2
The student is capable of analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work. The student is capable of naming key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Evaluation criteria, good (3-4)

Good 3
The student is capable of analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future. The student is capable of applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Very good 4
The student is capable of critically analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future and creating something new. The student is capable of extensively applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Evaluation criteria, excellent (5)

Excellent 5
The student is capable of critically analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises a diverse range of evidence-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future and creating something new. The student is capable of comprehensively applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and is able to assess rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Enrollment

20.11.2023 - 22.01.2024

Timing

20.01.2024 - 03.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Mode of delivery

Face-to-face

Unit

School of Health and Social Studies

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Master's Degree Programme in Project Management
  • Master's Degree Programme in Business Network Management
  • Master’s Degree Programme in Health Care and Social Services
Teachers
  • Asta Suomi
  • Virtuaaliopettaja KP550 YAMK
  • Aila Pikkarainen
Teacher in charge

Asta Suomi

Groups
  • YSU24K1
    Monialainen kuntoutus (YAMK)
  • ZJAYSU24KM
    Avoin AMK, sote, Monialainen kuntoutus, YAMK-polku

Objectives

Purpose of the course
The purpose of the course is to increase student's understanding of the theoretical basis of multidisciplinary rehabilitation.

Competences
Expertise in multidisciplinary and multiprofessional rehabilitation
Learning and information management

Learning outcomes
As a student you are capable of: considering rehabilitation as a multi-disciplinary societal phenomenon and proactively anticipate national and international changes related to rehabilitation; You form a structured conception of the significance of the rehabilitation service system and the legislation that regulates rehabilitation. You know and are able to apply the theories, conceptual systems and models of rehabilitation, as well as relying on research-based information in your actions.

Content

Proactive anticipation of national and international changes related to rehabilitation
Rehabilitation service system and the legislation that regulates rehabilitation
The theories, conceptual systems and models of rehabilitation
Development of operating practices and environments in rehabilitation

Evaluation scale

0-5

Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (1-2)

Sufficient 1
The student is familiar with the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises it to a certain extent in development work. The student is capable of naming key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them.

Satisfactory 2
The student is capable of analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work. The student is capable of naming key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Evaluation criteria, good (3-4)

Good 3
The student is capable of analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future. The student is capable of applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Very good 4
The student is capable of critically analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future and creating something new. The student is capable of extensively applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Evaluation criteria, excellent (5)

Excellent 5
The student is capable of critically analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises a diverse range of evidence-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future and creating something new. The student is capable of comprehensively applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and is able to assess rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Enrollment

01.11.2022 - 15.01.2023

Timing

13.01.2023 - 31.05.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Mode of delivery

Face-to-face

Unit

School of Health and Social Studies

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Master's Degree Programme in Project Management
  • Master's Degree Programme in Business Network Management
  • Master’s Degree Programme in Health Care and Social Services
Teachers
  • Asta Suomi
  • Aila Pikkarainen
Teacher in charge

Asta Suomi

Groups
  • YSU23KM
    Monialainen kuntoutus (YAMK)
  • ZJAYSU23KM
    Avoin AMK, sote, Monialainen kuntoutus, YAMK-polku

Objectives

Purpose of the course
The purpose of the course is to increase student's understanding of the theoretical basis of multidisciplinary rehabilitation.

Competences
Expertise in multidisciplinary and multiprofessional rehabilitation
Learning and information management

Learning outcomes
As a student you are capable of: considering rehabilitation as a multi-disciplinary societal phenomenon and proactively anticipate national and international changes related to rehabilitation; You form a structured conception of the significance of the rehabilitation service system and the legislation that regulates rehabilitation. You know and are able to apply the theories, conceptual systems and models of rehabilitation, as well as relying on research-based information in your actions.

Content

Proactive anticipation of national and international changes related to rehabilitation
Rehabilitation service system and the legislation that regulates rehabilitation
The theories, conceptual systems and models of rehabilitation
Development of operating practices and environments in rehabilitation

Evaluation scale

0-5

Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (1-2)

Sufficient 1
The student is familiar with the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises it to a certain extent in development work. The student is capable of naming key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them.

Satisfactory 2
The student is capable of analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work. The student is capable of naming key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Evaluation criteria, good (3-4)

Good 3
The student is capable of analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future. The student is capable of applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Very good 4
The student is capable of critically analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future and creating something new. The student is capable of extensively applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Evaluation criteria, excellent (5)

Excellent 5
The student is capable of critically analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises a diverse range of evidence-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future and creating something new. The student is capable of comprehensively applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and is able to assess rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Enrollment

01.08.2022 - 04.09.2022

Timing

20.08.2022 - 17.12.2022

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Mode of delivery

Face-to-face

Unit

School of Health and Social Studies

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Master's Degree Programme in Project Management
  • Master's Degree Programme in Business Network Management
  • Master’s Degree Programme in Health Care and Social Services
Teachers
  • Tuomas Lallukka
  • Asta Suomi
Teacher in charge

Asta Suomi

Groups
  • YSY22SM
    Sosiaali- ja terveysalan ylempi AMK, monialainen kuntoutus
  • ZJAYSY22SM
    Avoin AMK, sote, Monialainen kuntoutus, YAMK-polku

Objectives

Purpose of the course
The purpose of the course is to increase student's understanding of the theoretical basis of multidisciplinary rehabilitation.

Competences
Expertise in multidisciplinary and multiprofessional rehabilitation
Learning and information management

Learning outcomes
As a student you are capable of: considering rehabilitation as a multi-disciplinary societal phenomenon and proactively anticipate national and international changes related to rehabilitation; You form a structured conception of the significance of the rehabilitation service system and the legislation that regulates rehabilitation. You know and are able to apply the theories, conceptual systems and models of rehabilitation, as well as relying on research-based information in your actions.

Content

Proactive anticipation of national and international changes related to rehabilitation
Rehabilitation service system and the legislation that regulates rehabilitation
The theories, conceptual systems and models of rehabilitation
Development of operating practices and environments in rehabilitation

Learning materials and recommended literature

- Järvikoski, A. 2013. Monimuotoinen kuntoutus ja sen käsitteet. Sosiaali- ja terveysministeriön raportteja ja muistioita. 43. Helsinki: Sosiaali- ja terveysministeriö. Verkkojulkaisu.
- Järvikoski, A. 2008. Kuntoutuskäsityksen muutos ja kuntoutuksen vaikuttavuuden tutkimus. Teoksessa Vaikuttavuus muutoksessa. Toim. J. Mäkitalo, J.Turunen & I. Vilkkumaa. Verve: Oulu.
- Härkäpää, K., Järvikoski, A. & Salminen, A-L. 2015. Kuntoutuksen teorioista ja ICF-mallista. Kuntoutus, 38, 2, 18 - 32
- Kuntoutuksen uudistamisen toimintasuunnitelma vuosille 2020–2022. SOSIAALI- JA TERVEYSMINISTERIÖN JULKAISUJA 2020:39.http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-00-8443-1
- McPherson, K., Gibson B. E. & Leplege A. 2015. Rethinking Rehabilitation: Theory and Practice. CRC Press. https://www.crcpress.com/Rethinking-Rehabilitation-Theory-and-Practice/McPherson-Gibson-Leplege/p/book/9781482249200. Soveltuvin osin.
- Law, M. & MacDermid, J. 2014. Evidence-Based Rehabilitation, A Guide for Practice. Thorofare: SLACK Incorporation. 3rd ed. Soveltuvin osin.
- Sipari S. & Mäkinen, E. 2012.Yhdessä rakentuva kuntoutusosaaminen. Metropolia Ammattikorkeakoulun julkaisusarja; Aatos-Artikkelit 6/2012.
- Laitinen, M. & Niskala, A. 2013. Asiakkaat toimijoina sosiaalityössä. Tampere: Vastapaino.
- Sosiaalityön vaikuttavuus. 2012. Toim. A. Pohjola, T. Kemppainen & S. Väyrynen. Rovaniemi: Lapin Yliopistokustannus.
- Sosiaalityön yhteisöllisyyttä etsimässä. 2015. Toim. S. Väyrynen, K. Kostamo-Pääkkö & P. Ojaniemi. Tallinna: UniPressGlobal.

-Lindh, Härkäpää Kostamo-Pääkköt, (toim.) 2018. Sosiaalinen kuntoutuksessa. Lapin Yliopisto. (verkkojulkaisu)
-Kostilainen ja Nieminen (toim.), 2018. Sosiaalisen kuntoutuksen näkökulmia ja mahdodllisuuksia. Diakonia ammattikorkeakoulun julkaisuja. Diak työelämä 13. (verkkojulkaisu)

Teaching methods

Lectures, seminars, workshops, independent study and virtual learning.

Student workload

Lectures, workshops and seminars 16 hours, independent study 87 hours, online study 32 hours

Further information for students

Avoin amk 5 polkupaikkaa
Avoin amk 5 yksittäistä

Evaluation scale

0-5

Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (1-2)

Sufficient 1
The student is familiar with the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises it to a certain extent in development work. The student is capable of naming key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them.

Satisfactory 2
The student is capable of analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work. The student is capable of naming key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Evaluation criteria, good (3-4)

Good 3
The student is capable of analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future. The student is capable of applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Very good 4
The student is capable of critically analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises research-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future and creating something new. The student is capable of extensively applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and assessing rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.

Evaluation criteria, excellent (5)

Excellent 5
The student is capable of critically analysing the knowledge base of rehabilitation and utilises a diverse range of evidence-based information in development work, proactively anticipating the future and creating something new. The student is capable of comprehensively applying key theories and concepts of rehabilitation and is able to assess rehabilitation operations based on them from the points of view of an individual, community and society.