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Case management in clinical psychology part 1 ( points)


Leader: Dr Wendy Crouch

Clayton First semester 2003 (Day)
Clayton First semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: This subject in the second year of the DPsych (Clinical) course covers key issues for clinical psychologists in clinical case management, such as assessment, case formulation, and presentation. Students learn to present cases to peers and academic clinicians in a professional, informative, and succinct manner. The focus in this first semester unit is on clinical assessment cases encountered in a variety of clinical settings. Relevant professional, ethical and legal issues associated with these cases are explored. Case presentations are also given by experienced clinical staff.

Assessment: Seminar attendance and attendance at group supervision (hurdle requirement); major oral case presentation and written case report (4500 words) (80%); brief oral case presentation (20%). All components to be passed.

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