Master's degree in Rehabilitation Science in Healthcare Professions

Clinical and organizational progress in rehabilitation context - PROGRESSI NELLE SCIENZE RIABILITATIVE

Course code
4S000420
Name of lecturer
Nicola Smania
Number of ECTS credits allocated
2
Academic sector
MED/34 - PHYSICAL AND REHABILITATION MEDICINE
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
2°anno 2°semestre LMSR dal Apr 12, 2018 al Jun 30, 2018.

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Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

Allow the student to obtain an adequate understanding of the issues surrounding riablilitative diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system. To this end, it will refer to physiology notions of nervous-muscle-joint systems, neurology and neuro-pathophysiology, emphasizing the aspects of greatest relevance rehabilitation.
Provide the student with the same elements for the programming of a rehabilitation intervention in the most common neurological diseases

Syllabus

Clinical evolution and disabling aspects of the most common neurological diseases. Disorders of cognitive functions and consequent disability Interactions between congnitive and motor dysfunctions. Psychological disorders associated with neurological diseases and potential interactions with the rehabilitation plan. Pathogenesis of dysfunctions resulting from injuries at different levels of the central and peripheral nervous system. How a neurological deficit (I.e. strength, somatic-sensation deficit) interferes with movement control.
Bases of the most recent neurorehabilitative therapeutic approaches

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
Sandrini Giorgio, Dattola Roberto Compendio di Neuroriabilitazione (Edizione 1) VERDUCI EDITORE S.R.L 2012 88-7620-861-5
Francesconi Katia, Gandini Giovanni L'intelligenza nel movimento: percezione, propriocezione, controllo postulare (Edizione 1) Edi-Ermes 2015 978-88-7051-422-3
Otto Schimpf Riabilitazione Neurologica (Edizione 1) Edi-Ermes 2007 978-88-7051-253-3

Assessment methods and criteria

Multiple Answer Quiz
Open questions

STUDENT MODULE EVALUATION - 2017/2018






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