University of the West of England, Bristol
Delivery Method: Face-to-face

This course is offered at Masters level and is delivered at our Glenside Campus.

The course aims to explore the breadth of Rehabilitation and how this relates to changing environments. It aims to promote critical analysis and debate of how Rehabilitation is applied or not in your own practice and to challenge current practice with critical consideration of ethics and practitioner autonomy.

Course content includes:

  • The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) which is a framework developed by The World Health Organisation (WHO) to measure health and disability. This provides a common language in the multidisciplinary teams across the world in their approach to Rehabilitation
  • Health promotion which is current and ever growing in national and international agendas for resource management in health and social care. Exploring its application and how this relates to rehabilitation
  • How perspectives in Recovery as a concept in mental health and in conditions like cancer affect intervention and rehabilitation processes
  • Identifying marginal populations and their needs which impact on traditional rehabilitation process and practitioner skills and autonomy.


Contact hours will include phone and email contact with staff throughout the module typically with up to four hours available for tutorial/assignment/module support and synchronous discussion boards.

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