Prerequisites (for future units)
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It is an integrated course that includes 5 thematic modules:
- Neurology (systematic)
- Neurorehabilitation II
- Methodology and techniques of rehabilitation in Neurology
- Updates on methodologies and techniques in Neurological Rehabilitation
To be able to describe, evaluate and perform tests in the typical clinical pictures of nervous system diseases, to know the applications of instrumental investigation techniques, to know the etiology, pathogenesis and clinic of the most important pathologies of the central and peripheral nervous system. To be able to assess the person with disability due to nervous system disease, and to be able to perform evaluation tests and functional recovery techniques consistent with the rehabilitation of the person with nervous lesion, with particular reference to EBP and to the needs of the person with disability, as evaluated through ICF.
Knowledge of the Anatomy and Physiology of the CNS and PNS
Lessons take place in the second semester of the second year through lectures that may use power point presentations.
For the various programs, please refer to the teaching sheets of the individual disciplines making up the Integrated Course
The recommended texts are indicated in the cards of the individual disciplinary modules of the Integrated Course
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DANIELA GARAVENTA (President)
SUSANNA MEZZAROBBA (President and Coordinator of Integrated Course)
The timetable of all courses is available on EasyAcademy
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The exam will be oral, save the possibility to take some parts in written mode
The exam will focus on all the topics mentioned in the program, mainly those that were taught during the lessons.