To gain the Graduate Certificate in Sports Medicine you must complete 50 points comprising of:
- Two 12.5-point core subjects
- Two 12.5-point elective subjects.
|The Modern Athlete||12.5|
The Modern Athlete
Explore the multi-faceted approach to modern athlete-centred management using a case-based approach. Students will appraise their own professional roles and responsibilities, consider special athlete populations and dissect challenges typical to the to the sports medicine environment.
Detailed Information MEDI90092
Engage in a best practice approach to the assessment and management of patients with neuro-musculoskeletal disorders. Focus will be on habilitation and rehabilitation strategies for optimising the neuro-musculoskeletal health of individuals.
Detailed Information REHB90007
Engage with Sports Psychology approaches in Sports Medicine as a member of the interdisciplinary team; and as a key responder in different case scenarios. This includes mental health literacy, performance psychology and psychology of health. Also evaluate communication and behavior change psychology in context.
Detailed Information TBC
|Biomechanics & Sports Injury Prevention||12.5|
Biomechanics & Sports Injury Prevention
Analyse biomechanics and pathomechanics in a range of sports and exercise contexts, with emphasis on assessing load patterns and mechanics in athletic movements and interpreting and predicting potential implications on injury and performance.
Detailed Information SMED90001
|Research & Evidence in Practice||12.5|
Research & Evidence in Practice
This subject provides an opportunity to build on your knowledge and skills in the use of research and evidence in habilitation and rehabilitation practices, with a primary focus on critical analysis of research. Critically engage with research and evidence in the context of searching and reviewing literature, research project design, methodology and application to practice.
Detailed Information REHB90010
|Foundations of Rehabilitation||12.5|
Foundations of Rehabilitation
Explore selected core theory and frameworks that underpin the development and delivery of best practice, evidence informed rehabilitation services across a range of disciplines and clinical practice contexts over the lifespan.
Detailed Information REHB90001
|Health Behaviour Change||12.5|
Health Behaviour Change
Explore and evaluate key theories underlying contemporary approaches to health promotion and health behaviour change in individuals across the health-illness spectrum and at the population level. Apply evidence to sustained behaviour change within relevant sports medicine contexts, such as athlete lifestyle and performance.
Detailed Information HLTH90001
|Evaluation of Rehabilitation Practice||12.5|
Evaluation of Rehabilitation Practice
Develop skills in the areas of selection, application and interpretation of rehabilitation treatment and evaluation for individuals, groups and rehabilitation and sports contexts.
Detailed Information REHB90003
|Rehabilitation for Women’s Health||12.5|
Rehabilitation for Women’s Health
Build and evolve your practice in the safe and effective application of rehabilitation principles to meet the health needs of women. Attention is focused primarily on musculoskeletal disorders with attention to conditions affecting women from young adulthood through to their reproductive and older years.
Detailed Information REHB90006
|Rehabilitation for Paediatrics||12.5|
Rehabilitation for Paediatrics
Build and evolve your practice in the safe and effective application of intervention and rehabilitation principles to meet the health needs of infants, children and adolescents and their families.
Detailed Information REHB90005
|Rehabilitation, Activity & Exercise||12.5|
Rehabilitation, Activity & Exercise
Critically explore and apply research evidence to physical activity and exercise; including evaluating the health risks of sedentary behaviour. Design and evaluate appropriate programs to maximize health benefits and manage these risks.
Detailed Information REHB90002
Apply advanced knowledge of anatomical structure and function to critically select and interpret radiological investigations. Scrutinise normal and pathological findings as displayed by a variety of imaging modalities including x-rays, CT scans, MRI and US imagining.
Detailed Information RADI90024
The estimated hours required for each subject is between 12 -15 hours per week, but this varies for each student and depends on your task management and planning, familiarity with the material, reading style and speed.
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- Content and learning outcomes
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- Time commitment required for each subject
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