Learning Objectives

Program Learning outcomes

Our aim for learning outcome  is to support all academic related activities and uphold the  assessment and reassessment criteria's for student learning/development process to continuously enhance the student expertise in the concerned level of the program in the department.

 

 Program learning outcomes are divided under three domains

Knowledge : a comprehensive and well-founded knowledge in the field of study.  Learning will also lay emphasis on how different discipline relate to the field of study.

 

Skills : Will include to develop the rational to decide an effective prescription of therapeutic interventions and also know how to develop interpersonal relationship with colleagues, patients and teachers. 

 

Attitudes : to develop positive attitudes among the students for various platform of learning and generate a network  to promote personal knowledge accumulation and group knowledge sharing, which can improve learning efficiency, facilitate the innovation of knowledge, and then enhance the core competitiveness of individuals.

 

Student learning outcome for Medical Rehabilitation Sciences:

 

Student learning Outcomes

CODE

Domain

 

Aware of basic clinical and diagnostic assessment in the field

a1

A

 

Abreast of recent advances in the field of physical medicine

a2

 

Aware of basic precautions and safety measures to be taken in dealing with patients in Physical medicine

a 3

 

Operation and management of various electrotherapeutic devices

b1

B

 

Monitoring of patients

b2

 

Interpretation of various diagnostic and prognostic reports related to the field

b 3

 

Ability to work independently with their knowledge forte

c1

C

 

Professional mannerism and conduct

c2

 

Ability to interact in a professional way to the medical fraternity and its member

d1

D

 

Ability to communicate in terms of medical terminologies to the medical fraternity and able to explain the same

d2

 

Demonstrate ability to follow and apply medical knowledge and advances in terms of practical demonstrations

e1

E

 

Demonstrate ability to demonstrate simulated learning

e2

 

( A ) knowledge

( B ) cognitive skills

( C ) interpersonal skills and responsibility

( D ) communication, information technology and numerical skills

( E ) Psychomotor skills