Leader: Dr Wendy Crouch
Clayton Second semester 2006 (Day)
Synopsis: This is a follow-up unit to Clinical case management in clinical psychology part 1. This unit seeks to develop students' awareness of legal, ethical, and professional issues encountered in various clinical settings.
Objectives: Students are expected to: 1. consolidate and expand on the knowledge acquired from the semester year unit 'Clinical case management part 1', particularly in relation to professional presentation, both oral and written of clinical cases, 2. enhance their understanding of relevant clinical management issues through discussion, feedback and reflection. Students should develop proficiency in cinical case management from the point of receiving a referral through to assessment, planning of appropriate intervention, and termination, 3. develop their ability to evaluate therapeutic interventions they or others have planned and implemented.
Assessment: This is a pass/fail unit. Assessment is based on a clinical case presentation and written reports of case presentations.