(Suspension in 2016-2017)
12 November, 2015
- Learning outcomes
- Maximum Period of Study
At the end of the course, students should be able to:
- interact with any older person with a holistic understanding of the medical, functional, psychological, nutritional, social and financial issues, and how these factors interact
- be able to apply these principles in the planning and auditing of services, as well as policy making
- to identify gaps in research questions or quality improvement in their day to day work, and to lead initiatives in these areas.
Able to conduct multidisciplinary case discussions
Able to plan basic health services research or evaluation of services and data analysis
- Values and attitudes
To think of all issues relating to the elderly in a transdisciplinary rather than an organizational approach.
To adopt a positive attitude in dealing with elderly issues
To have a good understanding of all the topics listed in the curriculum, especially in the Hong Kong context, and to be able to apply this knowledge in their current occupation.
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