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Communication Between Occupations in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Course CodeSemester Course Name LE/RC/LA Course Type Language of Instruction ECTS
FTR1009 Communication Between Occupations in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation 2/0/0 DE Turkish 2
Course Goals
 It was aimed to develop awareness of the positive aspects of knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of the different health professions, as well as the development of vocational communication skills of future physiotherapist candidates in the field of health sciences with the interdisciplinary training and cooperation elective course.
Prerequisite(s) None
Corequisite(s) None
Special Requisite(s) None
Instructor(s) Fzt. Akın Başkent
Course Assistant(s)
Schedule This course has not been opened in 2018-2019 fall semester.
Office Hour(s) This course has not been opened in 2018-2019 fall semester.
Teaching Methods and Techniques -Discussion, demonstration
Principle Sources -Lecture notes
Other Sources 1.Barr H. (2000). New NHS, new collaboration, new agenda for education. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 14, 81-86.

2.Barr H, Freeth D, Hammick M, Koppel I, Reeves S. (2000). Evaulations of interprofessional education: a United Kingdom review of health and social care. London: CAIPE and the British Educational Research Association.

3.CAIPE (2012). The Centre fort he Advancement of Interprofessional Education. 20 Ağustos 2013 tarihinde http://www.caipe.org.uk adresinden erişildi.

4.CIPW (2007). Creating an interprofessional workface: an education and training framework for health and social care in England. In Hughes L (ed). Depatment od Health Project. CAIPE. 12 Ocak 2011 tarihinde http://www.cipw.org.uk adresinden erişildi.

5.Curran VR, Deacon DR, Fleet L (2005). Academic administrarators? attitudes towards interprofessional education in Canadian schools of health Professional education. Journal od Interprofessional Care, 19 (2 Suppl 1), 76-86.

Course Schedules
Week Contents Learning Methods
1. Week Introduction and Definitions of Inter-Occupational Training and Business Unions Verbal lecture
2. Week Occupations in Health Sciences and Job Definitions Verbal lecture
3. Week Factors Affecting Patient Safety Verbal lecture
4. Week The importance of team work Verbal lecture
5. Week Health professionals constituting team work-I Verbal lecture
6. Week Multidisciplinary study model concept Verbal lecture
7. Week Midterm
8. Week Interdisciplinary study model concept Verbal lecture
9. Week Transdisciplinary study model concept Verbal lecture
10. Week Advantages and disadvantages of different working models Verbal lecture
11. Week The concept of simulation in vocational cooperation Verbal lecture
12. Week Examples of inter-professional cooperation-I Verbal lecture
13. Week Examples of inter-professional cooperation-II Verbal lecture
14. Week An overview Verbal lecture
15. Week Final Exam
16. Week Final Exam
17. Week
Assessments
Evaluation tools Quantity Weight(%)
Midterm(s) 1 30
Homework / Term Projects / Presentations 1 10
Final Exam 1 60


Program Outcomes
PO-11. Analyze the interactions of structures (cells, tissues, organs), organs, segments, construction body at the micro and macro level.
PO-22. Can measure and evaluate the human body on the basis of physical structure.
PO-33. Can determine the conditions that cause functional impairment, the extent of functional impairment and the effects of people on their lives.
PO-44. Takes an active role in consultation, patient follow-up and treatment processes in growth and developmental disorders.
PO-55. Takes an active role in consultation, patient follow-up and treatment of chronic progressive diseases (cancer, muscular diseases, nervous system diseases, metabolic diseases), reducing the effects of the disease (pain, functional impairment).
PO-66. Takes an active role in determining, predicting, preventing, following and treating the problems that come from the old age.
PO-77. Has an active role in hospitals, private clinics, health centers, rehabilitation centers, disabled and elderly care diseases and follow-up processes.
PO-88. Can act as an active role or autonomous to identify, prevent and monitor health-related risk factors.
PO-99. Improvement of disease areas and functional areas, improvement and improvement processes.
PO-1010. To make it possible to evaluate, develop and improve public health.
PO-1111. They can take an active role in project development and the related centers for the treatment of persons with disabilities, rehabilitation center, professional rehabilitation center establishment.
Learning Outcomes
LO-1It earns the desire and ability to work together.
LO-2The shared team vision is reinforced by mutually shared professional trust, respect and attitudes.
LO-3They learn how to maintain group unity by strengthening personal performance and team management.
LO-4Karşılıklı güvene dayalı pozitif öğrenme ve çalışma ortamı sağlar ve ayrıca ekip üyelerinin kendilerini tanımalarında yardımcı olacak tutum ve davranışları öğrenir.
LO-5It was aimed to develop awareness of the positive aspects of knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of the different health professions, as well as the development of vocational communication skills of future physiotherapist candidates in the field of health sciences with the interdisciplinary training and cooperation elective course.
Course Assessment Matrix:
Program Outcomes - Learning Outcomes Matrix
 PO 1PO 2PO 3PO 4PO 5PO 6PO 7PO 8PO 9PO 10PO 11
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LO 2
LO 3
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LO 5