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Master of Physiotherapy (Pelvic Health)

    Overview

    What you will learn

    As a student of this course, you will interrogate the latest evidence and innovation in the discipline and use this to develop your own clinical practice. You are able to choose from a wide range of elective subjects and scaffold your learning to your particular career goals.

    Throughout the course, you will learn how to:

    • Discuss principles and frameworks of professional and ethical practice
    • Integrate evidence in the provision of advice and promotion of health and wellbeing in diverse patient populations
    • Utilise technical and communication skills to design, evaluate, implement, analyse and theorise about developments that contribute to advancement of practice
    • Design and implement advanced clinical management for patients with conditions relevant to Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health physiotherapy
    • Understand the scope of practice and expertise of other relevant professionals, leading to appropriate referral and communication of information
    • Integrate theory, evidence and clinical reasoning in your clinical decision-making.

    In your capstone project, you can choose to undertake either a research project, which involves working within a research team, or a rehabilitation professional project, which involves completing a quality assurance project within your practice context.

    Course structure

    To achieve the Master of Physiotherapy (Pelvic Health), you must complete:

    • Six core subjects
    • Four electives, and
    • One capstone.

      Please note: Students can apply for recognition of prior learning for post graduate subjects that have learning outcomes related to pelvic health and the titling process in physiotherapy. This could reduce the total course fee by up to 50%. Please contact our student support team for more information.

    Workload

    The workload in this program varies depending on the subject you are enrolled in. For the four campus-based subjects, learning is though full-time attendance for two weeks with independent study to consolidate your learning and to complete assessment tasks. For online subjects, it is anticipated that you will spend approximately 12 to 15 hours per week learning and preparing your assessment tasks.

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