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Physiotherapy clinical practice 221


 
Module code FTP 221
Qualification Undergraduate
Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences
Module content

Study of the epidemiology, prevalence and incidence of selected clinical conditions. Students acquire clinical experience through the treatment of selected clinical conditions in various health care institutions, practices and clinics.
A theoretical and clinical examination will take place after conclusion of the module.

Module credits 8.00
NQF Level 06
Prerequisites PHY 131, CMY 151, FSG 161, FSG 162, ANA 151 ,FTP 101, ANA 152, SLK 110, ANA 161, ANA 162, CIL 121 or AIM 101 or AIM 111 and 121 or ELH 121 and 122
Contact time 1 lecture per week, 1 other contact session per week
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Physiotherapy
Period of presentation Semester 2

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