Higgs & Jones , 2008 "Clinical reasoning in Physiotherapy" Cook, G., 2010 "Functional Movement Systems" Comerford, M. & Mottram S., 2013 "Kinetic control"
Learning outcomes of the course
The student is able to:
- apply in a client-oriented manner the information gained in the examination and assessment of the client’s functional capasity in clinical reasoning in physiotherapy
- draw up a physiotherapy diagnosis for the client
- apply creative problem solution when preparing the objectives and the plan for the physiotherapy process
- assess the client’s physiotherapy process and the decisions made by himself or herself in a critical manner
The study unit focuses on practice so to speak the students` independent work with the clients and the logical use of clinical reasoning during the assessment. The students will examine, analyse, compile description and reasons of the clients pt-process and have to use the best available data as evidence to support their reasoning.
Evaluation concerns students practical work, ability to reason and make judgements based on evidence, which they show in analyzing movement (Video) and reasoning the clients physiotherapy process in a report.
18.03.2022 - 30.06.2022
29.11.2021 - 05.12.2021
20 - 40
Laurea Otaniemi, sote
Pauliina Louhiala-Hänninen, Riikka Saukkola, Laura Kaarna
Fysioterapeuttikoulutus (SFG2), Laurea Otaniemi (Finnish)
Available to the exchange students of Degree Programme in Physiotherapy.
Evaluation criteria in-between the grades 0-5 according to the Laurea classification