General presentation of the programme
It is through the study of movement that the Institute of Physical Education and Rehabilitation affirms its specialisation within the University and society.
The two main programmes of the IEPR are that of Kinesitherapy (KINE) and Physical Education (EDPH).
The evolution of these disciplines situates the IEPR in a much wider environment - namely that of Movement Science.
Therefore, at the beginning of their studies in Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation, the students share their general study programme in Sciences and part of that of Movement Science, with the students of Physical Education.
Those students desirous of obtaining both diplomas will manage this double training programme more easily by commencing with the studies in Physical Education.
The studies in Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation are based on mastering the techniques and methods of Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation. This practical study programme focuses on Movement Science, a meeting point between the Exact Sciences, Biomedical Sciences and Human Sciences.
Right from the first year of studies, the standard programme offers practical training courses specific to those studying Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation.
The specific nature of the studies in Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation is therefore clearly present from the outset and is reinforced even more so from the second year on.
Similarly, in the third year of the bachelor's studies, the standard course offers the student the possibility to choose options which will enable him to enrichen his training programme. (Ces 3 phrases se répètent ci-dessous - voir en italique )
Sceduled for around twenty hours per week, the programme leaves the student with sufficient time for personal study.
The training delivered during the bachelor's programme of Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation owes its richness and its specific nature to its multiple anchorages.
From the very first year on, the standard programme provides the student with specific practical training in Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation. This practical training, of around 3.5 hours per week, is linked to specific theoretical studies (4 hours per week) as well as to studies in the Basic Sciences, shared with the students of Physical Education (12 hours per week).
The specific nature of the Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation programme is thus present right from the outset and is reinforced even more from the second year on, as illustrated below.
Similarly, during the bachelor's studies, the standard programme offers the student the possibility to choose options courses to enrichen his education.
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And so, the bachelor's of Kinesitherapy and Rehabilitation totals 180 credits, divided, for a standard programme, into 3 years of 60 credits. This three year division takes the prerequisites into account and is the standard programme for any student who passes each year of his studies.
Personal practical training, specific to the KINE
Basic training in Psychomotricity
Practical and theoretical training in kinesitherapy techniques
Palpatory Anatomy and Patient Assessment - Didactics of adapted physical activities and re-education exercises - Pathology, Vade-mecum and Kinesitherapeutic and Psychomotricity techniques
Hospital work experience
Training in the Exact, Biomedical and Human Sciences and in Movement Science, shared with the EDPH
Anatomy - Analysis of Movement - Biology - Chemistry - Understanding and processing data - Mechanics and Bio-mechanics - Neuro-physiology and Neuro-psychology - Philosophy - Physiology - Psychology
Studies in Sciences and in the Movement Science specific to the KINE
Electricity - Re-education action means - Pathology and Physiopathology - Psychology and Handicaps - Physiology and Bio-mechanics applied to Kinesitherapy - Health Care Organisation, Law, Ethics and Deontology
| 23/10/2008 |