BP279 - Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy)

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Plan: BP279HSDD - Bachelor of Health Science/Bachelor of Applied Science (Osteopathy)
Campus: Bundoora Campus

Learning outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes Statement

The program has been designed to enable you to gain the following Program Learning Outcomes in particular:

PLO 1   Provide patient-centred care as a competent, safe primary healthcare professional

PLO 2   Provide osteopathic, musculo-skeletal healthcare within a patient-centred, evidence-based framework

PLO 3   Gather and interpret health information, and employ clinical reasoning to develop differential diagnoses, to inform assessment and management

PLO 4   Effectively communicate with a wide audience (i.e. patients, carers, healthcare professionals and agencies), with respect and sensitivity to socio-cultural diversity, using a variety of media

PLO 5   Manage all aspects of clinical practice to comply with ethical, legal, and regulatory standards in an evolving healthcare industry

PLO 6   Work autonomously and collaboratively, to lead and/or contribute to inter-professional healthcare partnerships   

PLO 7   Develop and implement strategies to meet personal and professional demands, as a primary healthcare provider

PLO 8   Develop a commitment to lifelong learning, recognising the historical development and evolution of the profession, and how this integrates with contemporary practice

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