Students taking this 20 credit masters level module will be supported to develop advanced knowledge and skills the neurological practice.
You will develop advanced knowledge of neuroanatomy/physiology and relate this to the interpretation of signs and symptoms of commonly encountered neurological conditions.
You will be supported in exploring the evidence base for assessment and management and apply this to people with neurological conditions.
This module includes both theoretical and practical sessions based on our practical skills laboratories and human movement and function laboratory. Sessions with service users will also support students application of knowledge to practice.
Our interdisciplinary team, with international and national research profiles in this clinical area, will deliver the module in intensive blocks by blended learning and practical lab and skills based sessions which will facilitate students from local, national and overseas locations.