The formative contents and complementary materials of PODIATRAIN course follow the curriculum generated in the IO1.
The contents developed for the course include knowledge contents, activities, self- evaluations and practical exercises.
The tasks to develop to accomplish this IO are:
- T1. Elaboration of the contents.
- T2. Generation of complementary materials.
- T3. Peer review of the contents.
- T4. Adaptation and layout of the contents.
IO2. CONTENTS IN ENGLISH
MODULE 1: BIOMECHANICS OF PATHOLOGIC FOOT AND ANKLE PATHOLOGIES
Session 1: Introduction to Podiatric Biomechanics
Session 2: Paradigms and Theories
Session 3: Application paradigms: strengths and weakness
MODULE 2: PARADIGMS AND THEORIES
Session 1: Technologies for the biomechanical assessment of the patient. Part I
Session 2: Technologies for the biomechanical assessment of the patient. Part II
Session 3: CAD/CAM systems and 3D printing
MODULE 3: CASE STUDIES
Case study 1: Assessing a normal foot
Case study 2: Diabetic foot
Case study 3: Rheumatoid foot
Case study 4: Metatarsalgia
Case study 5: Sport injuries
Case study 6: Plantar fascitis
Case study 7: Paediatric foot