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20-21 Accredited 30 credits
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This module will be assessed by two components to enable you to both articulate and present your critical application of rehabilitation principles to a variety of settings.
Will be a 15 minute presentation with an additional 5 minutes (20 minutes in total) for defended questions which will require you to present a critical application of the ICF and health promotion. The presentation may be carried out in person or via virtual means.
Will be a 3000 word essay which will require you to critically analyse how practitioner autonomy and skills are affected in the rehabilitation and recovery process within or outside of health and social care legislation.
Opportunities for formative assessment and discussion will be provided throughout the module through online seminars, discussion and individual feedback.
This module can contribute towards:
Rehabilitation is a concept which has evolved in the changing health and social care systems today. Its application is extremely diverse and dynamic with changing culture and populations.
This module aims to explore the breadth of Rehabilitation and how this relates to changing environments. To promote critical analysis and debate of how it is applied or not in your own practice and to challenge current practice with critical consideration of ethics and practitioner autonomy.
Four main areas which relate to Rehabilitation will be addressed and deconstructed:
On successful completion of this module you will be able to:
Learning and Teaching
Scheduled learning includes tutorials, and discussion board engagement.
Independent learning includes hours engaged with online activities including lectures, seminars and discussion boards, essential reading, case study preparation, assignment preparation and completion etc.
These sessions constitute an average time per level as indicated in the table below. Scheduled sessions may vary slightly depending on the module choices you make.
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30 credit Master's level module
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