Professional Practice III (SFTSW183-3004), 15.03.2021 – 21.05.2021,
Learning outcomes of the course
Student can determine the results of the evaluations and the interpretations based on them in a meaningful and reliable manner, with due consideration to the client’s resources and expectations. He/she can utilise assessment and clinical decision making to prepare a physiotherapy plan as part of a broader rehabilitation plan together with the client and with consideration to the client’s needs.
Student can apply evidence-based information on an individual basis in the planning of physiotherapy and can utilise evidence-based guidance to support the client in reaching mutually agreed goals.
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. Student can plan accessible environments and promote equality among people through multi-professional cooperation
Student knows the shared values underpinning health care and rehabilitation, as well as the common goals and principles
He/she can work in a cost-efficient manner to provide the client with high-quality services that are meaningful and effective. Student is innovative and capable of developing and marketing personal competence. He/she is capable of critical thinking and an inquisitive approach to the development of physiotherapy and rehabilitation
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Physiotherapy in Nervous System Disabilities
Completion of Professional Practice I or ll.
Guided professionl practise that enhances professional skills
Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2
The student has achieved the learning outcomes for the practical training.