|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||MED/50|
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The Assessments are all procedures aimed at gathering relevant information to set up and monitor the Rehabilitation interventions. It makes possible to formulate a rehabilitation diagnosis, define goals, and plan an intervention. In addition, it allows you to monitor the transformations that occur and, if necessary, modify the objectives, interventions or project.
The student should be able to critically evaluate published studies related to clinical rehabilitation, management of organizational processes and human resources, demonstrating that they possess the ability to apply to professional choices. The student should be able to conceive, design, adapt and implement clinical research projects.
Know the main issues related to the use of evaluation systems in rehabilitation and their coding in rehabilitation documentation.
Know how to analyze, plan interventions and adopt new strategies, in a multi-professional context
Lectures (16 hours).
Lectures are performed in all the teaching location by owners teachers and are explained with slides. The Students/Teachers percentage report allows a direct comparison and an use of collaborative methodology, discussion about rehabilitation and working groups.
- Analysis and planning of interventions and adoption of new strategies, in a multi-professional context.
- Theory of complex adaptive systems and rehabilitation.
- ICF and its applications in rehabilitation.
- Multiprofessionality and communication in teamwork.
- Model of the rehabilitation process.
- General structure of the documentation in rehabilitation.
- Paper and computerized data management systems.
- Concepts of outcomes and indicators: validity, reliability and reproducibility of evaluation strategies.
- Predictive elements and clinical prediction rules.
- Scales and systems of impairment assessments and limitations of participation activities / restrictions.
- Fundamentals of risk management and professional competence assessment.
The slides used during lectures and other educational materials (such as in-depth tutorial, E-book) will be provided by teachers; they may also indicate books, articles and scientific journals.
The notes taken during the lectures and material provided by teachers are sufficient for the exam.
Office hours: The teacher receives by appointment, taken with a request via e-mail: email@example.com
LAURA BONZANO (President)
MARCO TESTA (President and Coordinator of Integrated Course)
Lessons: from march to july
Oral interview / Quizzes / Project work mainly directed to ensure a proper understanding of the theory discussed in the course.
Available 2 examination date in winter (January and February) and 5 in summer (June, July and September).
The assessment method is explained during the lessons.
The exam will focus mainly on the topics discussed in the front lessons and in any case on all those specified in the program, and will be used to evaluate not only if the student has reached an adequate level of knowledge but if he has acquired the ability to critically analyze Assessment.
OFFICE HOURS FOR STUDENTS
Office hours for students on e-mail appointment: