Learning results block 1 → Critically assess and combine knowledge and insights from a specific domain (indicator from the Flemish Qualification Structure Level 6)

 

B.1.1.: Detailed knowledge and insight of key concepts, methods and processes of biomedical basic sciences for speech-language therapy and audiology and their application.

B.1.2.: Recognise and acknowledge the uncertainty, ambiguity and limits of medical and exact basic sciences and relate these to the specific speech-language and audiological knowledge.

B.1.3.: Possess knowledge of and multi-perspectivist, general insights into the development of speech, language and hearing and relate these to the specific speech-language and audiological knowledge as a reflective practitioner.

B.1.4.: Possess knowledge of and multi-perspectivist, general insights into key concepts, processes and applications of social, didactic and socio-cultural oriented (behavioural) sciences and relate these to the specific speech-language and audiological knowledge.

B.1.5.: Know the causes, symptoms and principles of treatment of physical and psychological diseases and relate these to the specific speech-language and audiological knowledge.

B.1.6.: Recognise and acknowledge the uncertainty, ambiguity and limits of (ortho-)didactic and psycho-pedagogical sciences and relate these to the specific speech-language and audiological knowledge.

B.1.7.: Possess knowledge of and multi-perspectivist insight into legal principles and regulatory conditions and apply these in the realm of professional and social speech-language pathology and audiology.

B.1.8.: Possess knowledge of and multi-perspectivist, general insights into key concepts, processes and applications of socially, ethically and legally oriented basic sciences and relate these to the specific speech-language and audiological knowledge.

B.1.9.: Recognise and acknowledge the uncertainties, ambiguity and limits of social and legal legislation within an ethical framework and relate this to the specific speech-language and audiological knowledge.

 

Learning results block 1 → Critically assess and combine knowledge and insights from a specific domain (VKS 6)

 

B.1.10.: Know and critically apply the speech-language and audiological key concepts with the theoretical multi-perspectivist, general reference frameworks and advanced methods and techniques.

B.1.11.: Possess a thorough knowledge of and insight into the normal and abnormal development of speech, orofacial myofunctional behaviour, swallowing, language (productive and receptive), hearing and balance, including the implementation of technological resources.

B.1.12.: Possess a thorough knowledge of and multi-perspectivist, general insight into the aetiology, the pathogenesis and the symptomatology of congenital and acquired speech (speech = voice, resonance and articulation), orofacial myofunctional, swallowing, language, and learning disorders and audiological (including balance) disorders and be able to apply this knowledge and insight in simple and complex speech-language and audiological practical problem definitions as a reflective practitioner.

B.1.13.: Possess a thorough knowledge of and multi-perspectivist, general insight into the prevention, the diagnosis, the evidence-based treatment, the follow-up and the technological interventions for speech-language and audiological disorders within a mono- and multidisciplinary framework and also be able to apply these insights practically and report on them both in writing and orally as a reflective practitioner.

B.1.14.: Be able to conduct logopaedic and audiological scientific research on the basis of a simple speech-language and audiological research question and report on it both in writing and orally as a creative knowledge worker.

B.1.15.: Recognise and acknowledge the uncertainties, ambiguity and limits of specific speech-language and audiological knowledge within a mono- and multidisciplinary framework.

Learning results block 2        

→ Apply complex specialised skills, associated with research outcomes (VKS 6)

→ Collect and interpret relevant data and innovatively utilise the selected methods and resources to solve unfamiliar, complex problems (VKS 6)

 

 

B.2.1.: Possess knowledge of and multi-perspectivist, general insights into the theoretical and practical basic concepts and graphical representations of different statistical forms and apply these to general data.

B.2.2.: Apply theoretical and practical basic concepts and the graphical representation of different forms of statistics to specific speech-language and audiological data.

B.2.3.: Analyse, interpret, assess and report in writing and orally on the outcomes of simple speech-language and audiological scientific research as a communicative participator.

B.2.4.: Select an appropriate statistical method for the analysis of simple speech-language and audiological data and for the initiation of qualitative and quantitative scientific research as creative knowledge workers.

B.2.5.: Look up, select, analyse and critically assess scientific speech-language and audiological information in relation to its scientific relevance as creative knowledge workers.

 

Learning results block 3 →Critically assess and combine knowledge and insights from a specific domain (VKS 6)

 

B.3.1.: Possess insight into personal speech (voice, resonance, articulation, fluency), language and writing skills.

B.3.2.: Practical command of appropriate auditory skills and feedback strategies and apply these correctly to personal speech and language skills and the speech and language skills of others as a communicative participant.

B.3.3.: Theoretical and practical knowledge and command of receptive and productive evidence-based speech-language therapy skills and social skills to underpin optimum speech-language /audiological care.

B.3.4.: Possess knowledge of and insights into evidence-based and multi-perspectivist, general communicative theories and their range of applications and apply the most important speech techniques with correct oral, language and written skills as a communicative participant.

B.3.5.: Correctly interpret and report orally and in writing on simple and complex speech-language and audiological scientific objectives, methods and outcomes, including the correct use of professional terminology and correct speech, language and writing skills.

B.3.6.: Correct interpretation of an oral and/or written representation of clinical speech-language or an audiological case study, including the correct use of professional terminology.

B.3.7.: Report orally and/or in writing on speech-language or audiological clinical dossiers - for the drafting of a care process - within a mono- or multidisciplinary context with correct speech, language and writing skills as a communicative participant.

 

Learning results block 4        

→ Work fully autonomously and with a high level of initiative (VKS 6)

→ Take collective responsibility for the determination of collective outcomes (VKS 6)

 

B.4.1.: Possess knowledge of and multi-perspectivist, general insights into the functioning of related disciplines (medical doctors, (occupational) therapists, physiotherapists, psychologists, etc.) for optimising health care.

B.4.2.: Development of a professional deontological attitude in a mono- and multidisciplinary setting in accordance with current legislation.

B.4.3.: Possess knowledge of and insight into correct deontological referral ethics and apply these professionally.

B.4.4.: Professionally inform and supervise colleagues and patients with knowledge of, insights into and command of the deontological code in a mono- and multidisciplinary setting for optimum speech-language or audiological patient care as a communicative participant.

B.4.5.: Possess knowledge of and insights into ethical and legal principles in the health care sector.

B.4.6.: Possess knowledge of and insights into management strategies and apply these from a deontological attitude in a mono- and multidisciplinary context.

B.4.7.: Carry out creative speech-language or audiological scientific research in the field of prevention, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up in accordance with the ethical and deontological code as creative knowledge workers.

B.4.8.: Implement the most recent scientific, multi-perspectivist, general information in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of speech-language and audiological health care.

B.4.9.: Apply lifelong learning and dare to think from an academic scientific attitude.

 

Learning results block 4        

→ Collect and interpret relevant data and innovatively utilise the selected methods and resources to solve unfamiliar, complex problems (VKS 6)

→ Act in complex and specialised contexts (VKS 6).

 

B.4.10.: Act in a correct deontological manner in a speech-language or audiological mono- or multidisciplinary context utilising multi-perspectivist, general insights and also take shared responsibility for personal actions as a reflective practitioner.

B.4.11.: Possess a thorough knowledge of and insight into the prevention, the diagnosis, the evidence-based treatment, the follow-up and the technological interventions of speech-language and audiological disorders (both simple and complex) within a mono- and multidisciplinary framework and also apply these insights practically (including reporting on them both in writing and orally).

B.4.12.: Look up, select, analyse and critically assess scientific speech-language and audiological information in relation to its scientific relevance with a correct scientific attitude as creative knowledge workers.

B.4.13.: Participate in the analysis, critical interpretation and synthesis of a complex speech-language or audiological dossier for compiling a dossier study, evidence-based and audiological care process/treatment protocol and the related referral reports as a communicative participant.

B.4.14: Participate in the individualised compilation, execution and (in compliance with scientific evolution) adjustment of simple and complex speech-language or audiological diagnostic and/or treatment processes from general, multi-perspectivist, evidence-based approaches and report thereon to other healthcare providers both orally and in writing within a mono- or multidisciplinary setting.

Learning results block 5 → Take collective responsibility for the determination of collective outcomes (VKS 6)

 

B.5.1.: Possess knowledge of and insights into general ethical and legal principles in the health care sector.

B.5.2.: Possess knowledge of and multi-perspectivist, general insights into the social reference frameworks of the patient or the person with a disability for their psychological and social well-being.

B.5.3.: Indicate the social speech-language and audiological consequences of demographic evolution.

B.5.4.: Possess knowledge of and insights into evidence-based, communicative theories and their range of applications and apply the most important speech techniques within a social context.

B.5.5.: Develop an autonomous professional deontological attitude within a social context in accordance with current legislation.

B.5.6.: Possess knowledge of and insights into the key concepts, processes and applications of generally socially and socio-culturally oriented (behavioural) sciences and implement these within a social, multi-perspectivist context.

B.5.7.: Possess the skills and the attitude to function as creative knowledge workers, reflective practitioners and communicative participants within a broad social, general, multi-perspectivist context in the capacity of academic speech therapist or audiologist.