Musculoskeletal Structure and Function for Occupational Therapy
10 cp Prerequisites: BIOL121 Human Biological Science 1
Occupational Therapists require a sound understanding of human anatomy in order to assess and manage client needs. The knowledge and skills gained in this unit will form the basis to learn about occupational therapy assessment and intervention later in the course. Students will study, through practical and applied learning, the foundational anatomical and functional basis of the human body’s structure and function. This unit will develop students’ knowledge of human musculoskeletal structure and function relevant to understanding typical movement and form the foundation for analysis of occupational performance.