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REHB714 Personal and Psychological Factors in Rehabilitation

An enquiry into personal and psychological factors that influence outcomes in rehabilitation and long-term conditions. Identification of risk and protective factors in rehabilitation.

In this paper students will examine psychological factors influencing rehabilitation by considering the "Personal Factors" component of the World Health Organization's International Classification of Functioning Scheme. The paper aims to enhance students' understanding of the broader contextual aspects of rehabilitation.

Paper title Personal and Psychological Factors in Rehabilitation
Paper code REHB714
Subject Rehabilitation
EFTS 0.2500
Points 30 points
Teaching period Second Semester
Domestic Tuition Fees (NZD) $2,692.75
International Tuition Fees (NZD) $9,125.00

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Restriction
REHX 714
Limited to
MHealSc, PGCertRehab, PGDipHealSc, PGDipPHC, PGDipRehab, PGCertPHC, PGDipPhty, MPhty
Paper Structure
Course outline
Eligibility
Suitable for people who hold a degree or diploma from a New Zealand university or are in an appropriate profession approved by the academic board.
Contact
rtru@otago.ac.nz
Teaching staff
Dr Elliot Bell
Teaching Arrangements
One 2-day compulsory seminar held at the University of Otago Wellington campus
Textbooks
All material will be on Moodle.
Graduate Attributes Emphasised
Critical thinking, Research, Teamwork.
View more information about Otago's graduate attributes.
Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this paper the student will be able to
  1. Identify the "Personal Factors" from the International Classification of Functioning (ICF) model that influence the expression of an individual's functioning and/or disability
  2. Distinguish between different models of normal personality functioning and identify contemporary conceptualisations of personality disorder
  3. Apply the "stress-diathesis" model to the understanding of psychological responses to physical disabilities and long-term conditions
  4. Demonstrate an understanding of the nature of mental-physical health comorbidities, including an awareness of the interactions between mental disorders and physical conditions, and their consequent impact on disabilities and long-term condition management
  5. Identify evidence-based medical and psychological treatments for depression and panic disorder presenting in people with physical disabilities and long-term conditions
  6. Compare and contrast macro- and micro-analytic coping models and analyse their strengths and weaknesses
  7. Discuss the constructs of "happiness", "resilience" and post-traumatic growth and relate these to positive psychology models of rehabilitation

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Timetable

Second Semester

Location
Wellington
Teaching method
This paper is taught through Distance Learning
Learning management system
Moodle

An enquiry into personal and psychological factors that influence outcomes in rehabilitation and long-term conditions. Identification of risk and protective factors in rehabilitation.

In this paper students will examine psychological factors influencing rehabilitation by considering the "Personal Factors" component of the World Health Organization's International Classification of Functioning Scheme. The paper aims to enhance students' understanding of the broader contextual aspects of rehabilitation.

Paper title Personal and Psychological Factors in Rehabilitation
Paper code REHB714
Subject Rehabilitation
EFTS 0.2500
Points 30 points
Teaching period Second Semester
Domestic Tuition Fees (NZD) $2,746.50
International Tuition Fees (NZD) $9,490.00

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Restriction
REHX 714
Limited to
MHealSc, PGCertRehab, PGDipHealSc, PGDipPHC, PGDipRehab, PGCertPHC, PGDipPhty, MPhty
Eligibility
Suitable for people who hold a degree or diploma from a New Zealand university or are in an appropriate profession approved by the academic board.
Contact
rtru@otago.ac.nz
Teaching staff
Dr Elliot Bell
Paper Structure
Teaching Arrangements
One 2-day compulsory seminar held at the University of Otago Wellington campus
Textbooks
All material will be on Moodle.
Graduate Attributes Emphasised
Critical thinking, Research, Teamwork.
View more information about Otago's graduate attributes.
Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this paper the student will be able to
  1. Identify the Personal Factors from the International Classification of Functioning (ICF) model that influence the expression of an individual's functioning and/or disability
  2. Distinguish between different models of normal personality functioning and identify contemporary conceptualisations of personality disorder
  3. Apply the stress-diathesis model to the understanding of psychological responses to physical disabilities and long-term conditions
  4. Demonstrate an understanding of the nature of mental-physical health comorbidities, including an awareness of the interactions between mental disorders and physical conditions, and their consequent impact on disabilities and long-term condition management
  5. Identify evidence-based medical and psychological treatments for depression and panic disorder presenting in people with physical disabilities and long-term conditions
  6. Compare and contrast macro- and micro-analytic coping models and analyse their strengths and weaknesses
  7. Discuss the constructs of happiness, resilience and post-traumatic growth and relate these to positive psychology models of rehabilitation

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Timetable

Second Semester

Location
Wellington
Teaching method
This paper is taught through Distance Learning
Learning management system
Moodle