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COURSE SYLLABUS

Physiotherapy, assessment, intervention and interaction III 7.5 credits

Fysioterapi: Bedömning, intervention och interaktion III
First cycle, S0100H
Version
Course syllabus valid: Spring 2020 Sp 3 - Present
The version indicates the term and period for which this course syllabus is valid. The most recent version of the course syllabus is shown first.

Syllabus established
by Dean of Department of Health Sciences 14 Jun 2019

Last revised
by Dean of Department of Health Sciences 14 Jun 2019

Education level
First cycle
Grade scale
U G VG
Subject
Physiotherapy
Subject group (SCB)
Therapy, Rehabilitation and Dietary Treatment

Entry requirements

In order to meet the general entry requirements for first cycle studies you must have successfully completed upper secondary education and documented skills in English language and In order to meet the general entry requirements for first cycle studies you must have successfully completed upper secondary education and documented skills in English language and Knowledge of - The anatomy of the musculoskeletal system, respiratory and circulatory anatomy, physiology and pain physiology. (M0080H, M0077H), - Etiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of diseases and injuries during the lifespan (M0078H, M0079H). - The functional anatomy of the musculoskeletal system and biomechanics (S0080H). - Knowledge of principles, theories and models of motor control and motor learning (S0083H). - Knowledge and skills in strength and condition training, basic body awareness, health promotion practice regarding physical activity and nutrition as well as analyzing a scientific text (S0097H, S0084H). - Knowledge and skills in methods applied in physiotherapy in order to measure and assess mobility, joint and muscle function, respiration, circulation and condition as well as mental physical disability. (S0080H, S0081H). Behavioural science in Physiotherapy I (S0086H). More information about English language requirements


More information about English language requirements


Selection

The selection is based on 1-165 credits.



Course Aim
On completion of the course, the student should, in a scientific way, based on current laws and regulations, with an ethical viewpoint, for individuals with altered function and/or a pain condition in the columna, be able to:
  1. With physiotherapeutic methods, from a bio-psycho-social perspective, examine, analyse and assess what may restrict or impends to restrict individuals' health and capacity for movement and activity in daily life.
  2. Be able to account for these individuals' function condition based on body function and structure, activity and participation (ICF-dimensions).
  3. Describe relevant evaluation instruments within the area concerned.
  4. With physiotherapeutic methods, from a bio-psycho-social perspective and evidence-based medicine motivate, develop and implement interventions in order to improve and maintain functional capacity, prevent functional limitations and promote health.
  5. Show knowledge that leads to an inclusive reception of people vulnerable to violence and knowledge to contribute to changing attitudes in society

Contents
  • Physiotherapeutic assessment based on theoretical and practical knowledge and skills.
  • Physiotherapeutic functional diagnosis based on theoretical and practical knowledge and skills.
  • Physiotherapeutic intervention based on theoretical and practical knowledge and skills.
  • Men’s violence against women and violence in close relationships.

Realization
Learning in the course takes place through individual work, training together with fellow students, group assignments, web based activities and lectures and teaching sessions where theory and supervised practical exercises are integrated. In all tuition forms, the student is stimulated and encouraged to carry out problem-solving and to have a critical reflective attitude

Examination
The course are examined through:

Oral and practical examination including theoretical elements. (test 1, 4,5 credits. Fail, Pass, Pass with distinction) 
Seminars and written report. (test 2, 2,0 credits. Fail, Pass).
Part of examination oral and practical examination (test 3, 0,5 credits. Fail, Pass)
Written examination (test 4, 0.5 credits. Fail, Pass)

Criteria for Pass and Pass with credit are stated in the study guide[


Remarks
This is a first-cycle course. Study supervision is provided in the course room in Canvas.

Transition terms
This course is ewual/replaces S0082H/S0045H

Examiner
Tommy Calner

Transition terms
The course S0100H is equal to S0082H

Literature. Valid from Autumn 2019 Sp 1 (May change until 10 weeks before course start)
* Holmström E & Moritz U. (2007). Rörelseorganens funktionsstörningar, klinik och sjukgymnastik. Studentlitteratur Lund
* Kaltenborn FM. (2012). Manual mobilization of the joints. The Spine, Volume II: Joint Examination and Basic Treatment [With DVD] Orthopedic Physical Therapy Products (OPTP) ISBN: 9780011992044
* Petty, N. (ed.) (2011), Neuromusculoskeletal Examination and Assessment 4’ed. Churchill-Livingstone Elsevier, London, Storbritannien. ISBN: 9780702029905
* Roxendal G. & Winberg A. (2002). Levande människa. Natur och kultur. Falköping.
* Denison, E. & Åsenlöf, P. (2012) Beteendemedicinska tillämpningar i sjukgymnastik. Lund: Studentlitteratur
Röijezon (ed.) (2019), Motorisk kontroll och inlärning – Med inriktning mot muskuloskeletal rehabilitering. Lund: Studentlitteratur.
Webbaserad kurs om mäns våld mot kvinnor och våld i nära relationer http://webbkursomvald.se/

Articles, extracts and reports may be added.
*The literature has been used in previous courses

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Course offered by
Department of Health Sciences

Modules
CodeDescriptionGrade scaleHPStatusFrom periodTitle
0001Funktional impairment columna, oral/practical/written examinationU G VG4.50MandatoryA19
0002Physio in a biopsychosocial perspective report/seminarU G#2.00MandatoryA19
0003Part of examination oral and practicalU G#0.50MandatoryA19
0004Men´s violence against women and violence in close relationshipsU G#0.50MandatoryA19