Aims, Objectives etc

Aims and Objectives


Course Aims – QINOpractic Medicine practitioner – 2 modules


The overall aim of the course is to offer sound teaching in the science, art, theory, and practice of QINOpractic Medicine so they will be effective, safe and successful therapists, who serve their community and help develop the profession and work toward multidisciplinary integration.


Our most important advantage is our approach to wellness/health. We teach comprehensive tools and techniques. We teach students how to think and customize their treatment to the client's individual needs.


The course aims are:

- To provide solid understanding of the human bodies different integral parts.

- To provide solid teaching in the theory and practice of QINOpractic Medicine

- To provide a solid understanding of the art and science behind QINOpractic Medicine.

- To give opportunities for personal and professional development

- To contribute and encourage research amongst QINOpractic Medicine practitioners

- To promote QINOpractic Medicine as a safe and practical method of treatment.

- To provide safe, competent and reflective practitioners

- To encourage the establishment of the cohesive professional view formalized in a new professional association for QINOpractic Medicine practitioner.

- To set levels of competency and to place the work of practitioners in an ethical and philosophic context.


Objectives of the Course

The following are the subject-specific learning objectives developed by each group. There may be overlap between units.

By the end of the course successful students will have acquired the experience, knowledge, and confidence to:


- Give a safe and competent QINOpractic Medicine treatment.

- Set up a rehabilitation program and a timetable for the individual patient.

- Understand and explain to the patient about their role in the healing process.

- Understand their role as a therapist and their relationships with colleagues and healthcare providers from all fields.

- Be able to communicate with other professionals and healthcare personnel.

- Understand the significant legal, ethical and social implications of treatment.


The QINOpractic profession seeks to contribute to the health care delivery system, the health of the patient and health of the population at large.

Education in public health is a tool to enable the profession to work toward those ongoing goals and enhance the QINOpractic professional's potential to function in a variety of different roles in the diverse health care delivery system.


Framework for the European College of QINOpractic Medicine approach to mastery

Knowledge                                  The students, to remember material in a similar form to that of the original and is demonstrated by recall or recognition.

Understanding                          Comprehension and application (i.e., grasping the meaning of information and using it in some new way).

Higher-level thinking            Often called critical thinking, emphasizes analysis and evaluation.

Affective outcomes                Attitudes, preferences, and values that are internalized as part of the individual’s pattern of behavior.

Performance outcomes       The learner’s ability to execute a complex task.

Diploma and Accreditation


When you "graduate" Module 2 - The ECQM will issue a Diploma as an accredited QM practitioner

The International QINOpractic Association accredits the next two levels, Internationally Certified and Master of QINOpractic Medicine.

 

The ECQM do not influence the IQA or the accreditation process.

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