This course trains students to be able to critically interpret scientific and clinical research linked to the field of exercise physiology to enhance their clinical practice. Students learn the skills necessary to research (find), read, understand and communicate clinical research in the practical sessions and seminars. Assessment tasks provide experience in looking up original research articles, appraising their value and communicating this to colleagues and the general public via an oral or poster presentation. Assessment tasks will also teach students to work in a team environment.
This course is restricted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Exercise Physiology 3871.
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