The purpose of this course is to teach the basic skills required for clinical cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and use of clinical practice as a model to develop education for health care professionals in related fields. A series of courses are included: The origin of rehabilitation medicine, the concept of functional classification, the introduction of common rehabilitation assessment scale, the functional training and activities of daily living training, the introduction and evaluation of assistive technology, the swallowing and language rehabilitation, the introduction to core muscle strengthening, the cardiopulmonary endurance assessment, and the effect of heart rehabilitation. This course is suited for students as well as continuing education for clinical practitioners.
Understand the concept of rehabilitation medicine.
Understand the concept of functional classification and rehabilitation assessment scale.
Understand the principle of functional training of common diseases in rehabilitation medicine
Understand the concept of assistive technology.
Understand the concept of the swallowing and language rehabilitation.
Clinical practice staff and long-term caregivers
This course requires no background knowledge and is suitable for all learners who are interested in rehabilitation medicine