This module covers the fundamentals of:
The purpose of this module is to provide mentoring and up-skilling, targeted at new graduates or those new to clinical practice. It is aimed to support both the principal and the new graduate as they commence their career.This module would be of great appeal to graduates who are seeking work in physiotherapy practice.
|Sarah Orford facilitates this module; she is the Principal at Sylvania Heights Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Clinic. She attained her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2005; and has further training in Pilates. Sarah is a previous national level gymnast who has also worked with the NSW Academy of Gymnastics and has a special interest in dance & gym injuries prevention & rehabilitation.|
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|This course is available to access for six months from the date the of purchase.|