Teaching will include weekly seminars (e.g., didactic methods, debates, and self-reflection), group work and discussions, videos/audio clips, some practical skills training, and use of other materials. NB: a portion of this work will occur outside of the seminar time -e.g., as recommended preparation for weekly seminars as indicated on iLearn. This Unit will aim to integrate science, theory, and critical thinking as the foundation for approaches to clinical practice which can be subsequently applied. Students are required to prepare for seminars by completing readings and/or material (e.g., videos, links, etc.) available via iLearn. Additional resources and reading material will be provided throughout the course during the relevant sections. Engagement with material and participation in class is essential.
In line with Public Health guidelines, the approach to delivery in this Unit will be revised if and when necessary due to the COVID pandemic, and in alignment with University policy. Changes or updates will be communicated via iLearn and/or emails sent to student email accounts. Students should stay up to date with the latest University advice at the following website: https://www.mq.edu.au/about/coronavirus-faqs/information-for-students.