Complex Rehabilitation in the Multidisciplinary Context

Complex Rehabilitation in the Multi-disciplinary setting.

30 Credit, Level 7 Module.

The Cheshire and Merseyside Rehabilitation Network, in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University, run a 30 Credit, Level 7 Masters Module: 'Complex Rehabilitation in the Multidisciplinary Setting'.

The module, which was launched in September 2017, is delivered by practicing clinicians from nine different disciplines. The thirteen-topic module provides the student with the opportunity to actively reflect on their role as part of the multidisciplinary team and critically analyse current research and evidence in the field of rehabilitation. National Clinical Guidance and current evidence will be used to inform learning sessions, ensuring that learning outcomes are relevant to clinical practice.

The module will be delivered over thirteen mornings on a weekly basis, with one personal study week. Teaching sessions will include practical sessions, workshops, group discussions and lectures. The students are encouraged to actively participate in teaching sessions, sharing their learning to date and contribute to tasks set within sessions.

 Following this module, students will be able to critically reflect on their personal knowledge and skills in rehabilitation and use this learning to enhance their professional specialism.

They will learn and understand the ethos of rehabilitation and multidisciplinary team working which will undoubtedly provide them with specialist knowledge to supplement ongoing clinical experience.

 Information for the upcoming course in September 2018 is availbable from the links below.

 Queries should be directed to:

Angela Harrison 0151 556 3226

angela.harrison@thewaltoncentre.nhs.uk