Placement I year

A.Y. 2021/2022
Overall hours
MED/48 MED/50
Learning objectives
Students will develop skills to:
- coordinate and/or direct simple and complex organizations using tools and measures for planning, managing human resources, and accounting ;
- detect and critically assess the evolution of rehabilitation needs and plan rehabilitation treatment interventions;
- identify environmental risk factors, assess their effects on health and organize safeguard interventions in the workplace;
- manage working groups and apply appropriate strategies to facilitate multi-professional and organizational integration processes;
- manage professional development plans based on periodic monitoring, as well as goal definition, identification and pursuit through the implementation of effective strategies
- carry out scientific reviews through databases and related periodic updates; perform narrative and systematic literature reviews aimed at writing a scientific paper;
- collaborate in the design and implementation of quantitative and qualitative research projects, evaluate the application of research findings to improve rehabilitation activities, collaborate with the care team to promote development and application of protocols and guidelines;
- practice in accordance with the legislative rules governing health organizations, and the ethical and professional liability standards;
- decide and apply appropriate techniques to individual and group communication and to the management of interpersonal relationships with patients and their families;
- assess individual and collective patient outcomes using valid and reliable measures that take into account the rehabilitation context in which patients are receiving treatments, as well as the impact of cultural and social factors on it;
- properly organize and interpret information related to one's own specific professional domain and derived from different resources and databases; appropriately exploit the potential of information and communication technology as a valid support for interventions targeting rehabilitation, therapy and prevention, and for surveillance and monitoring of health status;
- carefully document the rehabilitation practice, with the additional aim to perform subsequent analyses aimed at promoting further improvement;
- design and implement training programs and refresher courses for rehabilitation professionals within health services and in collaboration with other professionals, in order to guarantee progressive knowledge and skill updating
- design and implement educational and support programs targeting individuals and communities, in order to promote self-management, risk factors monitoring and health problems solution;
- participate, observe and plan management and coordination processes within Bachelor and Master's degree courses, as well as Postgraduate Diploma programs, and acquire teaching skills related to one's own specific professional role, in the context of tutorial activities and coordination of internship in basic, complementary and permanent training
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
- select the appropriate strategy to intervene with high skills in the care, research and training processes in the rehabilitation domain
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

More specific information on the delivery modes of training activities for academic year 2021/22 will be provided over the coming months, based on the evolution of the public health situation.
Course syllabus
The teaching programme is specific to each project presented.
Prerequisites for admission
No prior knowledge required; students on a part-time basis are invited to include the bibliography and excel laboratory before or concurrently with the 1° year progect, and the pedagogical laboratory before or concurrently with the 2° year project
Teaching methods
The teaching consists of the student presenting a project in one of the three specific areas of the master's degree: research, training/teaching and professional management and must be included in the Rehabilitation Class.
The teaching takes place at the teaching headquarters of the master degree under the guidance of Lecturers and Researchers of the University of Milan who play the role of Tutor for educational projects in the field of research and teaching; at convention venues that include public and private health facilities, IRCCS, educational locations of university courses and prestigious research institutes such as the CNR and the Polytechnic university of Milan
Teaching Resources
The bibliography is specific to each project submitted and identified under the tutoring of the tutor.
Assessment methods and Criteria
The assessment of learning outcomes consists of an oral presentation and discussion of the final traineeship report, including a power point presentation. The exams take place during specific sessions; the teaching is annual.
The final mark is expressed on a scale of 30, and shall take into account the methodology applied, the consistency of contents with the aims and purposes previously defined in the project as a training contract, as well as the congruence with the objectives defined in the Regulation of the master master degree.
The internship is evaluated from a qualitative point of view through a questionnaire created ad hoc by the master degree.
Practicals - Exercises: 475 hours