Professional Practice IV (SFTSW204-3001), 13.03.2023 – 19.05.2023, 10 cr(SFT20SM, ...)
— Face-to-face +-
Language of instruction
13.03.2023 - 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 final professional practice you will receive skills of developing work of physiotherapist and your own skills as a physiotherapist.
You are able to assess and develop, based on evidence, the promotion of the client’s functional capacity in a variety of operating environments.
You can assess the functionality of the client’s environment in relation to resources and functional goals.
You can assess and monitor the success of the physiotherapy.
You can apply the methods of therapeutic training in guidance activities and utilise evidence-based guidance to support the client in reaching the mutually agreed upon goals.
You are able to utilise technology, virtual environments and robotics in the assessment of the client’s mobility and functional capacity, in rehabilitation and guidance and counselling, and in physical therapy.
You assume responsibility for your own competence development and that of your community as well as the sharing of the lessons learned. You are able to acquire, produce, apply, assess and share research information and professional skills in your field. You are able to develop working methods together with your community.
You anticipate the future of your field and the changes in your operating environment.
Course competences: Functional capacity assessment competence, Therapy competence, Guidance and counselling competence, Ethical competence, Technology and accessibility competence, Research and development competence
Content of Professional practice depends of placement
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Competences of Professional Practice l, ll and lll
Assessment criteria, passed/failed
Your practical training is passed when you are capable of independent and goal-oriented work and can operate reliably in cooperation with different expert networks. You are able to utilise evidence-based research information in your activities and development work, as well as share research information and professional skills in your field. You are able to utilise technology and different environments diversely in promoting the client’s functional capacity. You are able to assess your activities and the effectiveness of the physiotherapy.