Students are able to make use of the diagnostic skills and treatments that they have learnt when working with clients and they consolidate their competence while treating different client groups. Students are familiar with the organisation of their own work placement site.
Students are able to carry out counselling in foot self-care for diabetic clients in a client-oriented manner and they are able to treat and examine diabetic clients’ foot problems with an instructor’s supervision. Students know how to perform a diabetic client’s risk classification. Students are capable of making use of their competence when working in multidisciplinary teams, where possible.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Professional Basics of Podiatry 1 - SJ00BJ65
Professional Basics of Podiatry 2 - SJ00BJ66
Basics of Assessment of Functional Capacity in Podiatry 1 - SJ00BJ68
Methods of Assessment of Functional Capacity in Podiatry - SJ00BJ70
Basics of Musculoskeletal Podiatry - SJ00BJ82
Musculoskeletal Podiatry 3 - SJ00BJ85
The student must also have participated in the study unit:
SJ00BJ86 High Risk Patient in Podiatry
- Assessment and treatment of the High risk patient
- Familiarisation with the work placement organisation
- Multiprofessional cooperation
- Written learning assignment