Teesside University

Teesside University

Neurological Rehabilitation

This Certificate is within the framework of the MSc advanced clinical practice (neurological rehabilitation) which is designed to provide a structured professional development pathway for postgraduate physiotherapists and occupational therapists with a special interest and experience in the field of neurological rehabilitation. This course aims to combine the advancement of clinical skills in neurological rehabilitation with Master's-level cognitive skills, and to prepare students for the demands of changing professional roles within neurological rehabilitation. Key features of the course are inter-professional collaboration, user involvement and flexible study. A variety of teaching methods will be used including lectures, seminars, debates, small group work, tutorials and practical skills-based work. Learning and teaching strategies will facilitate students to relate theory to practice issues critically, and to develop as a self-directed, independent learner. Each module will involve students attending 2 teaching blocks (2 days each) which are separated by a period of self-directed study. Learning resources include work books, group work, the virtual learning environment and facilitation from the module team. External lecturers from specialist areas within the field of rehabilitation will contribute to delivery of the modules. At the beginning of the course students will be assigned a personal tutor who will provide support through tutorial meetings face to face during taught study blocks and via email.

Entry requirements

Applicants will normally be postgraduate physiotherapists and occupational therapists with a minimum of a 2.2 degree and who are registered with the Health Professionals Council. You also need experience in practice and must be currently working in the field of neurological rehabilitation.
Applicants with other qualifications and experience may be considered if they can provide evidence of their ability to study at master's level, and their previous qualifications are considered commensurate with the full CAMS level III criteria.

Course modules

Core modules: advanced assessment and evaluation in neurological rehabilitation (specialist module); evidence-based approaches to neurological rehabilitation; the context of neurological rehabilitation. Modules offered may vary.

Assessment methods

Formative assessment will be used to assess your knowledge and understanding, and clinical competencies during workshops, seminars and presentations. This will involve self, peer and tutor assessment and feedback. Summative assessment for academic credits will be through written assignments.

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Course duration
PgCert Part-time September 2016 - 1 years

Campus details

Campus name Town Postcode Region Main campus Campus Partner
Teesside University Middlesbrough TS1 3BA North East

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Contact: 
School of Health and Social Care
Telephone number: 
01642 384110