Students should note that the start date for this program has changed to Study Period 1
Please note this stream is available only to domestic students. The Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy will develop your contemporary knowledge and advanced skills in a tailored physiotherapy area of your choice including paediatrics, clinical neuroscience, women’s health, gerontology, occupational health and safety, or cardiorespiratory.
This coursework Masters degree is made up of eight courses (36 units) and is a tailored offering responding to the advanced learning needs and goals of qualified physiotherapists. The program is delivered through external and internal study, with on-campus practical and clinical teaching.
Contemporary health care and clinical practice require therapists' reasoning and practice to be critical, reflective, patient-centred and evidence-based. This program will provide you with focused physiotherapy education to enable you to develop an advanced level of evidence-based practice.
Unique features of the program include:
- advanced education in clinical theory and practice including active, passive and educative management with practical skills supervision provided in intensive blocks as required;
- dedicated core courses in evidence-based practice, range of electives available to suit diverse interests and backgrounds of students including pain mechanisms, and pain assessment, rehabilitation and management available;
- dedicated clinical course in selected areas of practice in intensive blocks.
Please visit the Master of Advanced Clinical Physiotherapy website for more information about the programs.
Under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (South Australia), all students enrolled in this program must be registered with the relevant National Board either as general registration or limited registration under supervision. The registration process is undertaken by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) with the University providing notification to AHPRA following a student’s enrolment in the program.