Teaching is comprised of an introductory lecture followed by tutorials, half of which will be facilitated by a tutor, half of which will be self-directed. Tutor-facilitated sessions provide you with access to expertise in that clinical area for discussion and debate.
You will be expected to prepare for tutorials through background reading, with tentative hypotheses regarding the clients and with clinical questions to debate that have arisen during your research for your case.
There will also be time for student-led, small group discussion and problem-solving, which you organise on an ad hoc based on self-identified need.
Case presentations for discussion and feedback will occur within the tutorial group throughout. This is an opportunity to learn from and provide support to each other.
You will be required to submit (as a group) a case report that demonstrates the concepts of the course and their application to the individual case you are managing (3000 words).
You will also be required to submit an individual self-assessment report to outline your areas of strengths and areas to target for development.