The purpose of this course is to teach the basic skills required for clinical cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and use of clinical practice as a model to develop education for health care professionals in related fields.
A series of courses are included:
The origin of rehabilitation medicine, the concept of functional classification, the introduction of common rehabilitation assessment scale, the functional training and activities of daily living training, the introduction and evaluation of assistive technology, the swallowing and language rehabilitation, the introduction to core muscle strengthening, the cardiopulmonary endurance assessment, and the effect of heart rehabilitation.
This course is suited for students as well as continuing education for clinical practitioners.
According to the practical needs, the application of this course and the flip classroom teaching mode practice, planning professional courses and practice to develop the basic theme of training and reflection, and design interaction problems to achieve the assessment of learning outcomes.
After the teaching materials are online, students and medical staff will be encouraged to make use of the online course resources to learn independently, formulate methods and establish a multiple credit award system, train relevant personnel and grant courses to prove that they can be used by professionals in relevant fields for further study.
The other also through the provision of the correct medical technology and technology platform.
Taipei Medical University Hospital/ Occupational Therapist
第1週:Rehabilitation: Expert to Promote Functional Recovery
第2週:Functional evaluations and rehabilitation assessment scale
第4週:Functional training and Activities of Daily Living training
第5週:The Assistive Technology and Evaluation
第6週:Eating and communicating: the mouth and swallowing rehabilitation
第7週:Exercise away your Pain
Rehabilitation, exercise prescription, assessment, function promotion
This course is divided into eight main units, each unit will be composed of several small units, each unit provides a period of 10 to 15 minutes of video. A weekly quiz is provided in conjunction with the course content to help learners quickly confirm whether they are aware of the class content and arrange final exams to assess learning outcomes.
This course uses the pre-test and post-test automatic grading test, and adds the learning result-oriented assessment items in the teaching opinion questionnaire to understand the learning outcomes of the students.
Each course unit test 70% and series of 30% of the total test, pass the standard 60 points, to complete all courses can be proof of course completion, and the successful applicants can obtain a certificate.
With basic medical and medical knowledge, suitable for all interested in rehabilitation medicine learners.
Braddom's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 5th Edition
By David X. Cifu, MD. Elsevier Title. ISBN: 978-0-323-28046-4