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Physiotherapy ICH
Dates of Event
30th November 2016 – 31st July 2017
Last Booking Date for this Event
31st July 2017
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Overview

This module is designed for physiotherapists who wish to develop their knowledge and understanding of motor control and the underlying pathophysiology of common neurological conditions; and use that knowledge to inform their advanced clinical practice.

This module will encourage detailed understanding of the regions of the central nervous system and the mechanisms of motor control in health and disease. It will also cover the aetiology, epidemiology, pathophysiology and presentation of selected neurological conditions and in particular their relevance for medical and rehabilitative management.

Students will be encouraged to reflect critically on their own practice and scope of practice and will be expected to actively participate in discussions, debate and workshops.

The module will be delivered via a combination of face to face lectures, workshops and seminars. Teaching sessions will be facilitated by relevant experts in the field. Moodle, the UCL virtual learning platform will be used to facilitate communication both between tutors and students, and between the students themselves, and also to provide learning resources and feedback. Lecture capture technology will be used throughout the module for recording of lectures, so that students can refer back to them during revision periods.

Who this course is for

The course is suitable for qualified physiotherapists with a degree in physiotherapy at least. equivalent to 2:2 BSc qualification in the UK.

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ich/education/taught-programmes/physiotherapy/cpd-tasters-shortcourses/index/edit/short-courses-neuro-modules/neuro-pathophysiology

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