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PHYS 3000

This course provides 45 hours of a mix of theory and practical experience in physical assessment. Included are interviewing techniques, subjective and objective data collecting techniques and tools and a review of documentation. The physical norms and abnormal are presented in a system organization. A method of organizing a complete health history, grouping of data from a physical assessment, inferring, validating and identifying options of care are practiced. Decision-making is examined and critical thinking skills developed. Lab time is offered for the development of assessment skills and to perform physical assessments on adult clients.

PRE-REQUISITE:  Semester 2.