Speech Pathology Practice 3 continues to extend students’ core knowledge and application of concepts and skills developed in Stage 1 and 2 and concurrently in Optimising Communication and Swallowing 2 and Therapy Across the Lifespan. Students will integrate and apply their understanding and skills in workshops in the residential schools and as they work in supervised practice in either a paediatric, adult or mixed practice context. Throughout the learning activities and the practice education placement, students will focus on person and family-centredness, biopsychosocial models of practice, clinical reasoning, self-reflection, critical thinking, cultural responsiveness, and evidence-based practice. Students will develop a range of communication and swallowing assessment and management skills across the lifespan. During practice education experiences, students in Stage 3 will receive moderate levels of support and guidance from their Practice Educator and/or peers and will be managing relatively straightforward speech pathology client or community needs.
|Unit name||Speech Pathology Practice 3|
|College/School||College of Health and Medicine
School of Health Sciences
|Coordinator||Associate Professor Alison Holm|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
|Location||Study period||Attendance options||Available to|
- International students
- Domestic students
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- Provide evidence-based, person-centred and responsive speech pathology practice in situations involving a moderate degree of complexity, familiarity and levels of support.
- Plan and administer contextually appropriate assessments and demonstrate clinical reasoning to synthesise, interpret, and report assessment findings independently, in either an adult, paediatric or mixed practice context.
- Plan, implement and evaluate intervention or service responses independently, in either an adult, paediatric or mixed practice context.
- Achieve respectful partnerships and collaboration in situations involving a moderate degree of complexity, familiarity and levels of support.
- Critically reflect and evaluate own performance and learning to inform ongoing professional development and life-long learning in situations involving a moderate degree of complexity, familiarity and levels of support.
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PrerequisitesCXA726 Speech Pathology Practice 2
Co-requisitesCXA735 Optimising Communication and Swallowing 2
Online class – 1 hour, Semester 11 times. Individual Study 3 hours, Semester 11 times. Clinical Practice – 8 hours Semester 20 times. Workshop 12hrs Study period 2 times. Other 1hr Weekly (4 times).
|Assessment||Assessment of Speech Pathology Practice|Assessment task 4: Case presentation and clinical viva|My Practice Standards portfolio and reflection assignment|Speech Pathology Skill Performance|
|Timetable||View the lecture timetable | View the full unit timetable|
Required readings will be listed in the unit outline prior to the start of classes.
|Links||Booktopia textbook finder|
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