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99631 Clinical Practice 2 (TCM)

12cp; 2hpw x 11wks (flipped learning, face-to-face presentations), 10hpw (clinical practice) until clinical quotas/ hours are met
Requisite(s): (91706 Neuroscience OR 91527 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology 3) AND 99647 Clinic Level 6 AND 91611 Clinical Practicum (Therapy and Diagnosis) AND 99584 Clinical Features of Disease AND 92227 Communication for the Complementary Therapist AND (91400 Human Anatomy and Physiology OR 91528 Health and Homeostasis) AND (91703 Physiological Systems OR 91529 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology 1)
Anti-requisite(s): 94680 Entering Professional Life (6cp) AND 94681 Entering Professional Life (8cp)

Notes

To enter the Year 4 clinic, students must have successfully completed:

  • all subjects in Years 1–3
  • all clinical hours attached to clinic level subjects 1–6
  • all WIKIs attached to the clinical hours 1–6
  • a senior first aid certificate, current through to the Year 4 clinic period
  • a police check.

Description

In this subject the student applies the full range of practitioner responsibilities (case interview with manual and digital record keeping; examinations such as pulse, tongue and channel palpation; formulation of a diagnosis and execution of the treatment plan) under the guidance of clinical supervisors. Clinical training is rostered and conducted on campus at the UTS Chinese Medicine Clinic which provides low-cost services to the public. A limited external special interest experience in oncology is available at Concord Hospital for those interested and able to fulfil the NSW Health Department's requirements.

This subject replicates the previous session internship subject 99630 Clinical Practice 1 and students again engage is a series of tutor and peer-reviewed case analyses and develop a second learning contract in a specialty area of CM of their choosing.

To enter the Year 4 internship clinics, students must have successfully completed:

  • all subjects in Years 1–3
  • all clinical hours attached to clinic level subjects 1–6
  • all WIKIs attached to the clinical hours of clinic level subjects 1–6
  • a current senior first aid certificate, current throughout the Year 4 clinic period
  • a current police check
  • a current Working with Children Certification (WWCC)
  • student disability declaration.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus


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