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Stroke Rehabilitation CPD module

Stroke Rehabilitation CPD module

  • 18 Jan, 2019
  • 4 contact days
University College Cork
Cork
Cork

Presenter Name

Dr Paul Gallagher
Module Co-ordinator

Target Participant Level

Introductory

Speciality Tag

Gerontology, Neurology

Number Of Contact Hours

32 contact hours approx

Are Refreshments Included On The Day ?

No

Cost to Attend

€885 (Standard)
€885
( ISCP Member )
€885
(ISCP Student Member )
€885
( CIG/EG/Branch Member )

Learning Objectives

On successful completion of this module, students should be able to:

  • Employ standardized assessment tools to perform an accurate and detailed assessment of a stroke patient's disabilities.
  • Co-ordinate the initiation, maintenance and completion of rehabilitation of an older adult after stroke.
  • Critically evaluate the processes of goal setting and the determination of outcome relative to goals in stroke rehabilitation.
  • Define the care needs and aids/appliances requirements of stroke patients with residual, moderate or severe disability.
  • Critically appraise currently used stroke rehabilitation strategies.
  • Reflect on the role of members of the stroke rehabilitation team, focusing on the commonalities and the unique discipline perspective of each member.

Event Description

The CPD Module “Stroke Rehabilitation” provides students from a range of different professional backgrounds with comprehensive stroke rehabilitation principles and practice. It is a 10 credit module which can be taken as a stand-alone CPD module or can be used as credit towards a Postgraduate Cert or Masters.  

A ten-credit module equates to 200-250 hours of learning, including approximately 40 hours of structured contact time (4 contact days).

  • 18th January 2019

  • 24th January 2019

  • 25th January 2019

  • 8th February 2019 

These contact days consist of lectures, workshops, group discussion and directed study. The remainder of the learning is self directed, based on the students own learning goals, such as topics introduced in the lectures that the student can explore in more depth, and background reading for the written assignment.

Module content:

  • Theoretical and practical aspects of key topics required to practice as a leader in stroke rehabilitation.

  • Pathophysiology of stroke, presentations and prognosis of major stroke subtypes, complications and secondary prevention.

  • Multidisciplinary rehabilitation of motor, tone, swallowing, speech, perceptual, sensory and cognitive deficits;

  • Goal setting and outcome assessment.

  • Disabilities and handicaps will be presented in an interconnected way in order to develop a full and sophisticated understanding of the complexity and interdisciplinary nature of stroke rehabilitation.

Presenter Profile

Dr Paul Gallagher, the module co-ordinator, is a consultant geriatrician. Lecturers on the module range from consultants, to specialist nursing and allied health professionals. 

Cost to Attend

The fee for this module is €885. There is also a €35 application fee. 

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