The purpose of the Rehabilitation course is to teach the student to reflect and theorise on and discuss the interplay between health, sickness, symptoms, functional capacity and context and the effect of these at societal, group and individual levels. This includes how to identify the need for social-medicine and rehabilitation interventions and how to organise and coordinate coherent interventions across professions and sectors.
On behalf of the groups, the student representatives express great satisfaction with the course in terms of form, content and outcome. It is also their experience that the course interacts well with other courses in the semester and with the degree programme in general.
Degree Programme: Public Health Science
Course: Social medicine and Rehabilitation
Study level: BSc
Course size: Approx. 50 students
Teaching method: Lecture/ Small class teaching
Applied technology: Wiki's in Blackboard (ATT: now Discussions in Brightspace are used)
How the case was conducted: Campus teaching with the use of digital tools for learning