Professional Practice III (SFTSW203-3001), 02.01.2023 – 19.05.2023, 10 cr(SFT20SM, ...)
— Face-to-face +-
Language of instruction
02.01.2023 - 19.05.2023
01.11.2022 - 05.01.2023
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Physiotherapy
Mode of delivery
School of Health and Social Studies
Learning outcomes of the course
Purpose of the course
During this practice you will receive skills of physiotherapy of different age of neurological clients and multidisciplinary rehabilitation.
You are able to work in expert duties in different organisations in a reliable and self-directed manner.
You can study and analyse the preconditions and limitations of functional capacity in neurological clients of different ages, in particular the client’s mobility.
You can document essential observations on the client’s functioning, resources, limitations and operating environment systematically.
You can utilise assessment and clinical decision to prepare a physiotherapy plan as part of a broader rehabilitation plan and service system together with the client and with consideration to the client’s needs and those of their family.
You can apply evidence-based information on an individual basis in the planning and implementing of physiotherapy for neurological clients of different ages.
You are able to utilise technology in the assessment of the client’s mobility and functioning in rehabilitation, guidance and counselling, and in physical therapy.
You can work together with the client to assess the functionality of the environment in relation to the client’s resources and functional goals, as well as plan accessible environments and promote equality among people through multi-professional cooperation.
Course competences: Functioning assessment competence, Therapy competence, Guidance and counselling competence, Technology and accessibility competence, Ethical competence
Contents depends of practical placements.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Competence of Physiotherapy in Neurological Impairments, Therapeutic exercise (part lll content) and Adapted physical education
Assessment criteria, passed/failed
Assessment criteria: Pass, fail
Your practical training is passed when you are able to work in a self-directed and reliable manner in different organisations. You can study and analyse the preconditions and limitations of functional capacity in neurological clients. You know how to draw up a physiotherapy plan together with the client. You can apply evidence-based information in implementing physiotherapy. You can utilise technology diversely in client rehabilitation. You are able to assess the functionality of the client’s environment together with the client and in multi-professional cooperation. You are able to assess your activities and the effectiveness of the physiotherapy.