By the end of this program, students will be able to:

  1.  Identify the underlying concepts and principles associated with the theory and practice of physiotherapy.
  2.  Interpret and evaluate qualitative and quantitative data to develop lines of argument and make sound judgments in accordance with basic theories and concepts relevant to physiotherapy and the health of patients.
  3.  Analyze the effectiveness of different approaches to solving health-related problems.
  4. Apply knowledge and critical understanding of health principles and their development.
  5.  Critically analyze information and propose solutions to problems resulting from the analysis by utilizing a range of established techniques.
  6.  Assist in the development and implementation of interagency and cross-boundary approaches to the delivery of person-centered health and social care within diverse settings.
  7. Apply key transferable skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, written and verbal communication, teamwork, and autonomy in the workplace.
  8.  Apply therapeutic skills to respond to the physical, psychological, social, and cultural needs of individuals and groups based on a critical evaluation of the evidence.
  9. Conduct research in physiotherapy using quantitative and qualitative methods.
  10. Identify the factors that influence the practice of physiotherapy in the community.
  11.  Assess the psychosocial needs of patients at various stages of development.
  12. Provide health education to the public and improve the quality of life through the practice of the profession.