Professional Practice I (SFTSW181-3004), 01.08.2021 – 30.10.2021, 11 cr(SFT19S1)
— Face-to-face +-
Language of instruction
01.08.2021 - 30.10.2021
Pirjo Mäki-Natunen, Minna Seikkula
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Physiotherapy
Mode of delivery
Learning outcomes of the course
Student can study and analyse the preconditions and limitations of functioning, particularly the client’s locomotion.
Student can plan and guide physical activity that promotes health and functioning in a safe manner and can support participation of client.
Student can act in a manner that supports client engagement and creates a reciprocal therapy relationship. He/she can plan and implement progressive therapeutic exercise by utilising knowledge of pathophysiology, exercise physiology, as well as biomechanics and the principles of motor learning.
Student can utilise assistive technology to support the physical activity and functioning of clients.
He/she can work together with the client to assess the functionality of the environment in relation to the client’s resources and functional goals.
He/she acts according to principles of work life and ethics.
Student knows the shared values underpinning health care and rehabilitation, as well as the common goals and principles.
He /she understands the operational structures of social and health services, related decision-making and the development requirements concerning the organisation of the services.
Guided professional practice
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Physiotherapy in metabolic- Cardiovascular and Pulmonary system Impairments and in Mental health
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
The student has achieved the learning outcomes for the practical training