Advanced Practice H: Clinical (CSCD4061)
UNIT OF STUDY
Students manage a client caseload and participate in a variety of clinical management and service activities within the on-campus clinic. Students also participate in a clinical mentoring experience with novice/intermediate students. Students are responsible for supporting and facilitating the learning of the novice/intermediate students. They participate in supervisory conferences with their clinical educators and peers. Students are expected to demonstrate competency in professional communication skills, team work and effective time management, as well as overall client management.
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Lectures, Tuesday to Friday orientation week only. Clinical Tuesday-Friday minimum 12 client hours, 12 prep hours, 12 weekly group supervision meetings, 12 hours for support and mentoring required per semester
Clinical competency assessment (100%) and - orientation (0% barrier task), other required paperwork (0% barrier task, TAM duty (0% barrier task) and CPR certificate (0% barrier task)
There are no textbooks for this unit. You need to refer to the following documents: COMPASS Competency Assessment in Speech Pathology: Assessment Resource Manual (2013) Competency Based Occupational Standards (CBOS) for Speech Pathologists: Entry Level (2
Clinical 8am-6pm Tuesday-Friday minimum 12 client hours plus other hours for group supervision, planning and mentoring totalling approximately 4-5 hours per week on site attendance
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