Rehabilitation Studies: Physiotherapy in Women's Health PG Dip
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Rehabilitation Studies: Physiotherapy in Women's Health PG Dip

The University of Bradford

This programme is aimed at physiotherapists working in the speciality of Women's Health in a variety of health care settings.

MSc Rehabilitation Studies: Physiotherapy in Women's Health

PGDip Physiotherapy in Women's Health

PGCert Physiotherapy in Women's Health

It offers physiotherapists a range of opportunities to develop an evidence based approach to clinical reasoning through the ability to identify, analyse and interpret the current best available evidence and apply this to the rehabilitation and promotion of Women's Health using appropriate assessment and therapeutic intervention skills.

Students will study in-depth issues including pelvic girdle pain, ante- and post-natal care, continence, exercise, bone health and menopause. The modules include teaching blocks at the Faculty of Health Studies, University of Bradford to encourage shared learning. Further learning and teaching on the practice module occurs in the clinical setting.

Students must therefore have access to an appropriate clinical caseload in order to be able to undertake the practice module. Each student will be allocated a clinical mentor for the practice module. Peer physical examination is used during teaching in the practice module, viable alternatives are available if required.

This is the only programme of its kind in the UK offering this specialist area of study. The Certificate was developed jointly and is regularly reviewed by Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP), (formerly the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health) and the University of Bradford.

This ensures the continued clinical relevance of the programme. A further strength of the programme is the use of external lecturers who are specialists within their field and continue to have a clinical caseload.

PG Dip, MSc, PG Cert Award
September Start
Part-time Study Mode
1 years Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

Students should:

Hold a relevant professional qualification normally at Bachelors degree level (Ordinary or Honours) or equivalent.

Be a physiotherapist registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) if you are intending to undertake the practice module

Normally have two years post qualification experience

Normally be working in the field of women's health and/or continence care

Have access to appropriate clinical practice whilst undertaking the practice module (the theory module can be undertaken without this)

Admission is on the basis of submission of an application form, curriculum vitae, references, letter of support from your physiotherapy manager (if relevant), and possible advisory interview (to discuss the content and expectations of the programme).

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