METHODS OF EVIDENCE-BASED REHABILITATION

METHODS OF EVIDENCE-BASED REHABILITATION

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Code
67839
ACADEMIC YEAR
2019/2020
CREDITS
7 credits during the 1st year of 9285 Health Professions of Rehabilitation Sciences (LM/SNT2) GENOVA
LANGUAGE
Italian
TEACHING LOCATION
GENOVA (Health Professions of Rehabilitation Sciences)
Teaching materials

OVERVIEW

TEORIA E PRATICA (BASATA SULLE EVIDENZE) DELLE SCIENZE DELLA RIABILITAZIONE

THEORY AND PRACTICE (BASED ON THE EVIDENCES) OF THE  REHABILITATION SCIENCE

The Health Professional must know the last rehabilitation methodologies, based on the best evidence of the effectiveness of rehabilitation treatments. To do this, you need to be able to critically evaluate studies with scientific evidence.

AIMS AND CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Learn the last rehabilitation methodologies in order to be employed in the planning of the various rehabilitation cycles, based on the best evidence of the effectiveness of rehabilitation treatments. Being able to critically evaluate studies related to clinical rehabilitation, management of processes and human resources, demonstrating the ability to apply to professional choices. Being able to design, adapt and implement clinical research projects. Know the psychological approaches to rehabilitation issues. Knowing the rules and methods of continuous training and web based learning.

AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

LEARNING OUTCOMES (FURTHER INFO)

The course aims to provide students the ability to understand and solve issues related to:

• learn the last rehabilitation methodologies, also for the use in the planning of rehabilitation cycles, based on the best evidence and the effectiveness of rehabilitation treatments ;
• critically evaluate studies of clinical rehabilitation, management of processes and human resources, demonstrating the ability to apply to professional choices;
• design, adapt and implement clinical research projects;
• know the psychological approaches to rehabilitation issues;
• knowing laws and history of rehabilitation teams;
• Know the competences of the various professional figures present in the basic training;
• identify tools for planning education and web based learning to stimulate to be up to professional challenges.

PREREQUISITES

The following basic knowledge is required to effectively address the teaching content:

  • Knowledge of the roles of the various health professions of rehabilitation

This knowledge is acquired and is the basis for understanding the topics of the course and supporting the exam

Teaching methods

TEACHING METHODS

Lectures are performed in all the teaching location by owners teachers and are explained with slides/videos. The Students/Teachers percentage report allows a direct comparison and an use of collaborative methodology, discussion about rehabilitation and working groups.

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

CONTENT

 

METODOLOGIE AVANZATE DI ASSESSEMENT IN RIABILITAZIONE

ADVANCED ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES IN REHABILITATION

Evaluation.
- Analysis and planning of interventions and adoption of new strategies, in a multi-professional context.
- Theory of complex adaptive systems and rehabilitation.
- ICF and its applications in rehabilitation.
- Multiprofessionality and communication in teamwork.
- Model of the rehabilitation process.
- General structure of the documentation in rehabilitation.
- Paper and computerized data management systems.
- Concepts of outcomes and indicators: validity, reliability and reproducibility of evaluation strategies.
  -Predictive elements and clinical prediction rules.
- Scales and systems of impairment assessments and limitations of participation activities / restrictions.
- Fundamentals of risk management and professional competence assessment.

 

RICERCA SPERIMENTALE IN RIABILITAZIONE E METODOLOGIA DELLA RIABILITAZIONE BASATA SULLE PROVE DI EFFICACIA

RESEARCH IN REHABILITATION AND REHABILITATION METHODOLOGY BASED ON EFFICACY TESTS

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Classification of Health Research. How to make a decision. Books, magazines, publications, sponsored publications and the web: limitations and dangers. Definition and meaning of EBP. Structure of a research article: abstract, introduction, material and methods, results, discussion and conclusions, bibliography. Clinical research questions: etiology, diagnosis, prognosis and therapy.
Classification of biomedical information: primary, secondary and traditional sources. Levels of evidence. Primary Research: Observational and Experimental Studies. Descriptive observational studies: case reports, case series. Analytical observational studies: cohort studies, case-control studies, transverse studies. Experimental studies: Uncontrolled Trial and Trial Controlled: Non-randomized, randomized.
Secondary research: systematic reviews, guidelines, economic analysis and decision making.
Clinical research: validity, clinical relevance, applicability, ethics, randomization; Bias, inadequate methodological quality, conflicts of interest.

RESEARCH QUESTIONS
Qualitative and quantitative research in comparison
Define the objective of the study: etiology, prognosis, diagnosis, prevention, therapy. Formulation of the research question.
From the question to the design of the studio: the EPICOT model.
 

BIOMEDICAL INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
Research of scientific literature on the network. Biomedical databases. Databases: MEDLINE, secondary publications, synopses, clinical evidence, cochrane library.
Bibliographic search on PubMed: research strategies, search for author / title / magazine, MeSH terms, and Boolean operators. EMBASE's Notes, CINAHL. Main systematic review databases: Cochrane library.
Sources of Rehabilitative Interest: PEDro. Use of PEDro scale for the validity of clinical trials. Exercises.
Guidelines. Consensus Conference. AGREE as a Critical Evaluation Tool for Guidelines.
Secondary publications               

 

PSICOLOGIA E PROBLEMATICHE RIABILITATIVE

PSYCHOLOGY AND REHABILITATIVE PROBLEMS

• Brief summary of the main models of psychology as a key to reading the various criticalities present in the healthcare context.
• Developing strategies and functional solutions to the care relationship.
• Evidence in support of changes in relationships from expectations and interventions by the healthcare practitioner.
• The use of communication in the construction of care relationships, therapeutic alliance and work in the health care team.
• Clinical psychology and health care: quality of care and communication with the patient.

 

DIDATTICA, E-LEARNING E EDUCAZIONE CONTINUA IN RIABILITAZIONE

LEARNING, E-LEARNING AND LONG LIFE LEARNING IN REHABILITATION

• Know the history of training for the Rehabilitation staff;
• Define the role of Coordinator and Tutor, Core Curriculum and Core Competence;
• Manage tutorials to facilitate learning; Assess the theoretical, practical and relational skills acquired; Move from individual to organizational learning.
• Identify the use of teaching technologies that use the network. CSM and LO. Web-based learning: social networking and active learning.
• Understand the importance of Long-Life Learning. Know the ECM System for Health Professionals: What are Credits and Formative Dossiers?

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

RECOMMENDED READING/IBLIOGRAPHY

The slides used during lectures and other educational materials (such as in-depth tutorial, E-book) will be provided by teachers; they may also indicate books, articles and scientific journals.

The notes taken during the lectures and material provided by teachers are sufficient for the exam.

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Ricevimento: elisapelosin@gmail.com

Ricevimento: Students by appointment e-mail : laura.bonzano@unige.it

Ricevimento: on appointment contact paola.maccagno@asl3.liguria.it

Ricevimento: Students by appointment e-mail : laura.bonzano@unige.it

Ricevimento: on appointment contact paola.maccagno@asl3.liguria.it

Ricevimento: dgaraventa@asl4.liguria.it

Ricevimento: Send a mail to: francescariccardi@gaslini.org

Ricevimento: Office hours for students on e-mail appointment:carla.buffa.cb@gmail.com ​

Exam Board

DANIELA GARAVENTA (President)

FRANCESCA RICCARDI

ELISA PELOSIN

PAOLA MACCAGNO

LAURA BONZANO

CARLA BUFFA

LESSONS

Teaching methods

TEACHING METHODS

Lectures are performed in all the teaching location by owners teachers and are explained with slides/videos. The Students/Teachers percentage report allows a direct comparison and an use of collaborative methodology, discussion about rehabilitation and working groups.

LESSONS START

START OF CLASS

Lessons: from march to july

ORARI

L'orario di tutti gli insegnamenti è consultabile su EasyAcademy.

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METHODS OF EVIDENCE-BASED REHABILITATION

EXAMS

Exam description

Oral interview / Quizzes / Project work mainly directed to ensure a proper understanding of the theory discussed in the course.

Available 2 examination date in winter (January and February) and 5 in summer (June, July and September).

Assessment methods

The assessment method is explained during the lessons.

The exam will focus mainly on the topics discussed in the front lessons and in any case on all those specified in the program, and will be used to evaluate not only if the student has reached an adequate level of knowledge but if he has acquired the ability to critically analyze Learning issues that will be placed during the examination.

FURTHER INFORMATION

OFFICE HOURS FOR STUDENTS

Office hours for students on e-mail appointment:

Docente

Mail

Maccagno Paola

 paola.maccagno@asl3.liguria.it

Garaventa Daniela

 dgaraventa@asl4.liguria.it

Robutti Alessandro

 a.robutti@asl2.liguria.it

De Stefani Elisa

 elidestefani@gmail.com

Buffa Carla

 carla.buffa@asl5.liguria.it