North Campus peer mentors

Peer Mentoring is finished for Semester 1, 2018, resuming on the 23rd of July for Semester 2, 2018.

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Health Sciences

Natasha Bailey
Natasha Bailey

Occupational Therapy
Year 1: Lifespan Development and Communication. Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication. Human Anatomy and Physiology I. Māori Health, Development and Environment.
Year 2: Enabling Physical Performance for Occupation. Enabling Cognitive Performance for Occupation. Enabling Affective Performance for Occupation. Methods of Research and Enquiry.


Jay Lee
Jay Lee

Master of Health Science (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy)
Year 1 Core Physiotherapy Papers (available in Semester 2): Therapeutic Touch in Physiotherapy Practice. Physiotherapy and Health Priorities. Introduction to Physiotherapy Assessment.
Year 2 (papers available in Semester 1): Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics. Principles of Movement and Function (POMF). Body Systems and Health Conditions in Physiotherapy Practice.
Year 2 (papers available in Semester 2): Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation. Principles of Movement and Function (POMF) II.
Year 3 (papers available in Semester 1): Exercise-Based Rehabilitation (EBR) II. Acute Care. Musculoskeletal Disorders: Diagnosis and Rehabilitation (MDDR). Managing Neuromuscular Disorders (MND).
Year 3 (papers available in Semester 2): Managing Complexity in the Community Environment (MCCE). Physiotherapy Professional Practice.
Year 4 (papers available the whole Year): Physiotherapy Practice I, II and III. Research Project.


Ashton Helliwell
Ashton Helliwell

Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Year 1, Semester 1 Health Science Papers: Human Anatomy and Physiology I. Lifespan Development and Communication. Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication. Health and Environment.
Year 1, Semester 2 Physiotherapy Papers: Therapeutic Touch in Physiotherapy Practice. Fundamentals of Movement. Physiotherapy and Health. Introduction to Physiotherapy Assessment Priorities.
Year 2, Semester 1 Physiotherapy Papers: Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics. Principles of Movement and Function I. Body Systems and Health Conditions in Physiotherapy Practice.
Year 2, Semester 2 Physiotherapy Papers: Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation.



Lily Sullivan
Lily Sullivan

Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Year 1: Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II. Lifespan Development and Communication. Knowledge, Enquiry and Communication. Health and Environment. Therapeutic Touch in Physiotherapy Practice. Fundamentals of Movement. Physiotherapy and Health Priorities. Introduction to Physiotherapy Assessment.
Year 2: Principles of Movement and Function I and II. Body Systems and Health Conditions in Physiotherapy Practice. Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation. Analysing Health Needs. Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics.


 

Education (Early childhood and some primary)

Nicole Pereira
Nicole Periera

Education (Early childhood and some primary)
Curriculum I: Human Development and learning 1,  Health and Safety Year 1
Curriculum II: The young child, Taki Haere Mai A_MY, Early Childhood Education in Aotearoa New Zealand, Working with Parents as Partners, Childhood Studies in Aotearoa - New Zealand, Curriculum III, Curriculum IV, Curriculum and Planning VI, Music and the visual arts, Whanau, Family and Society, Principles of Learning and Teaching, Karanga Mai (2016), Research for Teaching, Socio-political Perspectives in Education




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