Goal setting and Outcome Measures in Canine Hydrotherapy
This course commences on the 24th May 2019
This CPD course is for canine hydrotherapists who want to learn more about goal setting and measuring outcomes of treatment. During this course the learner will study goal setting and learn how to identify and prioritise problems and develop outcomes which can be measured to track progress.
Although cases are referred for hydrotherapy with a veterinary diagnosis which informs treatment, there are various markers which should be measured and monitored by the hydrotherapist. For example, joint range of movement, muscle mass and condition, strength and gait can all be measured and therefore the progress can be monitored. These measures provide valuable information on which to base ongoing treatment and feedback to the veterinary surgeon.
CPD Course content
- Introduction to goal setting and measuring outcomes
- Prioritising problems and setting goals
- Assessing range of movement, strength and gait
- Measuring outcomes
- Reading and research
- Reflection and improving practice
Course Delivery – Online
Time allocation and CPD hours – 6 hours CPD will be awarded at the end of the course. However, the course can be studied at the learners own pace and access will be open for 6 months.
Course fees – £85 + VAT
A bit more detail about the what this CPD course involves….
This course is delivered online and equates to 6 hours of CPD. It is possible to complete this course in a day, however it will remain open for 6 months to allow learners can study at their own pace. Our CPD courses are designed in a different way to regular CPD in that they encourage a deeper learning experience and allow learners to apply what they are learning to their practice.