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Case analysis and professional practice in neuropsychology 2 ( points)


Leader: Associate Professor Jennie Ponsford

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

Synopsis: Students will observe oral case presentations given by experienced clinicians and other students and will present their own cases. They will be exposed to a variety of different presentation styles designed to cater for specific audiences and will learn to evaluate case material in an objective and critical manner. They will participate in discussions of clinical issues and recent developments in the field of Clinical Neuropsychology and will be challenged to remain informed about such developments and issues.

Assessment: Students will be required to participate in class discussions on a regular basis. Each student will also be required to prepare and present one 45 minute oral presentation describing an issue of current interest in Clinical Neuropsychology or a case seen during their practical work.

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