Total Credits: 10
Level: Level 4
Target Students: MSc/PGDip Sports and Exercise Medicine students
|Spring||Assessed by end of Designated Period|
|A34614||Sports Injury Anatomy|
Summary of Content: This module comprises a range of teaching and learning, including six body regions:
(1) the knee; (2) lower leg, ankle and foot;
(3) hip, groin and pelvis;
(4) upper limb and shoulder; (5) elbow, forearm, wrist and hand; (6) back and neck.
Each session will address the key findings in patient assessment for diagnosing and managing sporting injuries.
These sessions will include peer group teaching of specialist body region tests followed by practical application with patients. Students will have a limited time with each patient, in small groups, to establish a history, assessment and diagnosis and present their findings back to the whole group.
Sports Medicine clinics: students have to attend at least four clinics arranged for them.
Method and Frequency of Class:
Specific Activities are not listed
Further Activity Details:
6 x 3 -hour clinical practical sessions; 4 x 3-hour (minimum) clinic (patient) visits; 1 x 3-hour revision session; Directed private study ~ 67 hours
Method of Assessment:
|Inclass Exam 1 (Practical)||100||Structured patient assessment – 2 x 30 minutes for each student|
|Participation||0||Clinic attendance - Minimum 4 satisfactory clinic attendances|
Dr D Cooper
Education Aims: The overall aim of this module is to integrate the knowledge, skills and techniques required for the effective assessment of sporting injuries. An integrated approach to functional anatomy and the application of specific assessment/examination procedures is adopted.
Patient assessment sessions:
Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to:
Offering School: Medicine
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