PHYSICAL AND REHABILITATIVE MEDICINE - SPECIAL REHABILITATION TECHNIQUES
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
acquisition of specific skills regarding an early assessment and distinction of functional somatic syndrome through a finalized diagnostic procedure.
Acquisition of the specific skills of a polisectoral enabling assignment (both psychomotor and psychotherapeutic).
knowledge of the role of the therapist in this particular type of pathology.
Evaluation of the family and social context
At the end of the course the student will be able to evaluate and distinguish a functional somatic syndrome early, apply an effective rehabilitative treatment, know the role of the therapist and perform an assessment of the family and social
skeletal muscle pain functional pains in the developmental age differential diagnosis psychomotor treatment of somatoform disorder relaxation techniques in rehabilitation (oral and practical lesson)
"Autogenous Training Manual" - Bernet - Hoffnann Handouts provided by the teacher
Ricevimento: The teacher can be found by e-mail: email@example.com
GLORIA SODINI (President)
EDVIGE MARIA VENESELLI
the days and time of the lessons will be published on aulaweb
The assessment methods are evaluated according to whether the students:
- have demonstrated knowledge and understanding skills in a field of post-level studies
secondary and are at a level which, characterized by the use of advanced textbooks, also includes the
knowledge of some avant-garde themes in their field of study;
- are able to apply their knowledge and understanding skills in a way that they can
demonstrate a professional approach2 to their work, and possess adequate skills both
to devise and support arguments that solve problems in the field of study;
- have the ability to collect and interpret data (normally in their own field of
study) considered useful for determining independent judgments, including reflection on social and scientific issues
or ethics connected to them;
- know how to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions to specialists and non-interlocutors
- have developed those learning skills that are necessary for them
undertake further studies with a high degree of autonomy.