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Mag.a Silke Gruber, MMSPhty

Physiotherapist
Academic Staff


T: +43 1 606 68 77-4718
F: +43 1 606 68 77-4709

Room: D.2.07
Favoritenstraße 226
1100 Wien


Lectures 2019/20

Health Sciences

> Anatomical practice UE
Physiotherapymore

Anatomical practice UE

1.5 SWS
3 ECTS

Lecture contents

Bones and osseous structures of the human body
Morphology and function of the articulating joints
Muscles of the pectoral girdle, upper limbs, pelvic girdle, and lower limbs
Muscles of the trunk
Peripheral nerves, blood vessels and the fasciae

Assessment methods

Final exam
Final oral examination using human antomical specimens

Teaching methods

Presentation and activating methods, learning on human antomical specimens

Language

German

> Anatomical practice UE
Physiotherapymore

Anatomical practice UE

1.5 SWS
3 ECTS

Lecture contents

Bones and osseous structures of the human body
Morphology and function of the articulating joints
Muscles of the pectoral girdle, upper limbs, pelvic girdle, and lower limbs
Muscles of the trunk
Peripheral nerves, blood vessels and the fasciae

Assessment methods

Final exam
Final oral examination using human antomical specimens

Teaching methods

Presentation and activating methods, learning on human antomical specimens

Language

German

> Anatomy 1 VO
Physiotherapymore

Anatomy 1 VO

2 SWS
3.5 ECTS

Lecture contents

Medical terminology
Human cell biology and the tissues composing the human body
Morphology of the spinal cord and the organization of the spinal nerves and plexus formation
Morphology and functionality of the skeletal elements and joints of the human body

Assessment methods

Final exam

Teaching methods

Presentation

Language

German

> Anatomy 1 VO
Physiotherapymore

Anatomy 1 VO

2 SWS
3.5 ECTS

Lecture contents

Medical terminology
Human cell biology and the tissues composing the human body
Morphology of the spinal cord and the organization of the spinal nerves and plexus formation
Morphology and functionality of the skeletal elements and joints of the human body

Assessment methods

Final exam

Teaching methods

Presentation

Language

German

> Bachelor Thesis Seminar 1 SE
Physiotherapymore

Bachelor Thesis Seminar 1 SE

Lector: Doris Augesky-Stocker, MEd, Andrea Buresch-Kirner, MSc, Gerhard Eder, MSc MSc, Angelika Eder, MSc, Andrea Greisberger, MSc, Mag.a Silke Gruber, MMSPhty, Dipl.Med.Päd.in Franziska Höhne, Georg Kainzbauer, MAS, Mag.a Meike Klinger, Bakk., Manuela Kundegrabe

1 SWS
4 ECTS

Lecture contents

Formulating a Research question as well as drafting a proposal for the BA-Thesis, taking into consideration formal Guidelines, formatting and presentation.

Assessment methods

continuous assessment

Teaching methods

Seminars

Language

German

> Bachelor Thesis Seminar 2 SE
Physiotherapymore

Bachelor Thesis Seminar 2 SE

Lector: Doris Augesky-Stocker, MEd, Andrea Buresch-Kirner, MSc, Gerhard Eder, MSc MSc, Angelika Eder, MSc, Andrea Greisberger, MSc, Mag.a Silke Gruber, MMSPhty, Dipl.Med.Päd.in Franziska Höhne, Georg Kainzbauer, MAS, Mag.a Meike Klinger, Bakk., Manuela Kundegrabe

1 SWS
6 ECTS
> Clinical examination of joints and muscles ILV
Physiotherapymore

Clinical examination of joints and muscles ILV

2 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

Active and passive testing of joint range of motion of the extremities and the spine
Instrumented measurement of the joints making use of a goniometer and inclinometer
Muscle function testing of the extremities and the core including the use of measurement devices
Palpation of the subcutaneous connective tissues (on the back as an example)

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Clinical examination on the upper and lower extremities (joint range of motion, muscle function testing)

Teaching methods

Presentation and active-learning method e. g. practicing on the model

Language

German

> Clinical examination of joints and muscles ILV
Physiotherapymore

Clinical examination of joints and muscles ILV

2 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

Active and passive testing of joint range of motion of the extremities and the spine
Instrumented measurement of the joints making use of a goniometer and inclinometer
Muscle function testing of the extremities and the core including the use of measurement devices
Palpation of the subcutaneous connective tissues (on the back as an example)

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Clinical examination on the upper and lower extremities (joint range of motion, muscle function testing)

Teaching methods

Presentation and active-learning method e. g. practicing on the model

Language

German

> Clinical Reasoning SE
Physiotherapymore

Clinical Reasoning SE

1 SWS
1 ECTS

Lecture contents

Models of clinical reasoning and steps of problem solving thinking
Hypothesis categories (such as pathobiological mechanisms, dysfunctions, precautions/ Contraindications, contributing factors, prognosis, treatment and management, source of symptoms or dysfunctions,...)
Review paper cases/case studies to consolidate and deepen clinical reasoning processes to enrich the physiotherapeutic performance

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Participation, prerequisite for the certificate: handling of paper cases/case studies in a written form

Teaching methods

Presentation and activating methods, handling and reflection of paper cases/case studies

Language

English

> Clinical Reasoning SE
Physiotherapymore

Clinical Reasoning SE

1 SWS
1 ECTS

Lecture contents

Models of clinical reasoning and steps of problem solving thinking
Hypothesis categories (such as pathobiological mechanisms, dysfunctions, precautions/ Contraindications, contributing factors, prognosis, treatment and management, source of symptoms or dysfunctions,...)
Review paper cases/case studies to consolidate and deepen clinical reasoning processes to enrich the physiotherapeutic performance

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Participation, prerequisite for the certificate: handling of paper cases/case studies in a written form

Teaching methods

Presentation and activating methods, handling and reflection of paper cases/case studies

Language

English

> Clinical Reasoning SE
Physiotherapymore

Clinical Reasoning SE

Lector: Mag.a Silke Gruber, MMSPhty, Mag. Karin Jäger, Gundela Kitzmüller, M. App. Sc., Lukas Walla, BSc MSc

1 SWS
1 ECTS
> Contemplation of Clinical Placement 1 ILV
Physiotherapymore

Contemplation of Clinical Placement 1 ILV

Lector: Andrea Buresch-Kirner, MSc, Mag.a Silke Gruber, MMSPhty, Georg Kainzbauer, MAS, Christine Stelzhammer, MEd, Monika Zajicek, MA, Renate Zettl, MBA

1 SWS
1 ECTS

Lecture contents

Students will be stimulated to link and apply the obtained knowledge and skills from previous lectures to real patients with problems of the organ- and musculoskeletal system as far as possible. The analysis from the assessment results, the identification of functional and structural problems, and the application of all physiotherapeutic skills obtained so far, is the main content of this course.

Assessment methods

continuous assessment

Teaching methods

Group work, casework under supervision

Language

German

> Contemplation of Clinical Placement 2 ILV
Physiotherapymore

Contemplation of Clinical Placement 2 ILV

Lector: Angelika Eder, MSc, Mag.a Silke Gruber, MMSPhty, Mag.a Meike Klinger, Bakk., Manuela Kundegraber, MSc, Eva Reicher, MEd, Renate Zettl, MBA

1 SWS
1 ECTS
> Manual Therapy ILV
Physiotherapymore

Manual Therapy ILV

Lector: Andrea Buresch-Kirner, MSc, Karin Eder, MSc, Mag.a Silke Gruber, MMSPhty, Mag. Gabriele Jaksch, Georg Kainzbauer, MAS, Mag.a Claudia Schume

4 SWS
4 ECTS

Lecture contents

Introduction in Manual Therapy
Manual examination/ Physical examination:
active and passive movement, resistance tests, end feel, traction/ compression, joint play tests; introduction in neurodynamic, examination of mobility in the nervous system with selected standardised tests; evaluation and interpretation of the outcomes/ test results
Manual treatment methods:
Mobilisation with traction and compression, gliding techniques on selected joints of the extremities and spinal column sections as well as soft tissue techniques in some examples; principles of neurodynamic treatment; and the implementation of the physiotherapy process in Manual Therapy.

Assessment methods

Final examination

Teaching methods

Integrated Course

Language

German

> Professional development 1 ILV
Physiotherapymore

Professional development 1 ILV

1 SWS
1 ECTS

Lecture contents

Come together (1. Week): Getting to know colleagues and lecturers
Getting in contact and establishing relationships by using professional techniques
MAHARA-training including start of a personal e-portfolio
Self-assessment-tools and tools to visualize personal competences
Introduction to concepts of competence development and professional development
Self-reflexion as part of personality development
“SMART” Goal-setting
Tools to evaluate goal attainment (f.ex. goal attainment scale)
Reflexion talks

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Participation; prerequisite: (to do/to work on an) e-Portfolio, a self-assessment form, and goalsetting

Teaching methods

Presentation and activating methods, learning on the model, working on a portfolio (MAHARA)

Language

German

> Professional development 1 ILV
Physiotherapymore

Professional development 1 ILV

1 SWS
1 ECTS

Lecture contents

Come together (1. Week): Getting to know colleagues and lecturers
Getting in contact and establishing relationships by using professional techniques
MAHARA-training including start of a personal e-portfolio
Self-assessment-tools and tools to visualize personal competences
Introduction to concepts of competence development and professional development
Self-reflexion as part of personality development
“SMART” Goal-setting
Tools to evaluate goal attainment (f.ex. goal attainment scale)
Reflexion talks

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Participation; prerequisite: (to do/to work on an) e-Portfolio, a self-assessment form, and goalsetting

Teaching methods

Presentation and activating methods, learning on the model, working on a portfolio (MAHARA)

Language

German

> Reflecting the Professional Field SE
Physiotherapymore

Reflecting the Professional Field SE

Lector: Andrea Buresch-Kirner, MSc, Susanne Ebner, Gerhard Eder, MSc MSc, Angelika Eder, MSc, Mag.a Silke Gruber, MMSPhty, Claudia Hofstätter, MSc, Elisabeth Jelem-Zdrazil, Mag.a Meike Klinger, Bakk., Manuela Kundegraber, MSc, Daniela Obermayer, Eva Reicher, MEd,

0.5 SWS
1 ECTS
> Supervised Contemplation of Clinical Placement 1 S...
Physiotherapymore

Supervised Contemplation of Clinical Placement 1 SE

Lector: Andrea Buresch-Kirner, MSc, Angelika Eder, MSc, Elisabeth Frank-Strobl, Mag.a Silke Gruber, MMSPhty, Elisabeth Grünberger, Dipl.Med.Päd.in Franziska Höhne, Dr. Ingrid Kaltenbrunner, Claudia Manhartsberger, Katarina Sadovnik, Theres Wess, Christina Wiegele

1 SWS
1 ECTS
> Supervised Contemplation of the Clinical Placement...
Physiotherapymore

Supervised Contemplation of the Clinical Placement 2 SE

Lector: Andrea Buresch-Kirner, MSc, Angelika Eder, MSc, Mag.a Silke Gruber, MMSPhty, Elisabeth Grünberger, Dipl.Med.Päd.in Franziska Höhne, Dr. Ingrid Kaltenbrunner, Claudia Manhartsberger, Katarina Sadovnik, Theres Wess, Christina Wiegele

1 SWS
1 ECTS

Lecture contents

Supervised counselling during the education at the university of applied sciences and reflection on work placement focusing on handling questions and problems arising in a multi-professional context.

Assessment methods

No exam; attendance only

Teaching methods

Seminar

Language

German

> Surface Anatomy/palpation techniques ILV
Physiotherapymore

Surface Anatomy/palpation techniques ILV

1.5 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

Palpation of selected structures of the human body (extremities and trunk), like osseous structures, articulating joints, ligaments, muscles, arteries and nerves
Differentiation and assessment of palpated structures for the physiotherapeutic examination and treatment

Assessment methods

Final exam
practical

Teaching methods

presentation and activating methods, e.g. self-study incl. eLearning elements

Language

German

> Surface Anatomy/palpation techniques ILV
Physiotherapymore

Surface Anatomy/palpation techniques ILV

1.5 SWS
2 ECTS

Lecture contents

Palpation of selected structures of the human body (extremities and trunk), like osseous structures, articulating joints, ligaments, muscles, arteries and nerves
Differentiation and assessment of palpated structures for the physiotherapeutic examination and treatment

Assessment methods

Final exam
practical

Teaching methods

presentation and activating methods, e.g. self-study incl. eLearning elements

Language

German