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Recommended Knowledge and Skills Framework for Spinal Cord Medicine

Saša MOSLAVAC orcid id ; Specijalna bolnica za medicinsku rehabilitaciju, Varaždinske Toplice

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spinal cord injury medicine. It has beenproduced by ISCoS (International Spinal
Cord Society) and recognises that there will be considerable variation internationally
in service delivery models, resources, facilities and staff availability. The practice
of spinal cord medicine should take into account the specific context in which the
practice is being delivered and the training should reflect the social, cultural and
economic context where delivery of SCI services will be implemented. It is of utmost
importance to recognise that the expected outcomes will change in different settings
and can be influenced by cultural factors and caregivers’ expectations. Training in
SCM should aim to develop aptitudes, skills and knowledge that are relevant to the
context in which the service is delivered. The structure of the document includes:
Knowledge – the background theoretical and academic knowledge that a trainee
should have to successfully undertake the practice of SCM and to help develop his/
her skill set.
Skills and competencies – the proficiencies that the trainee will develop through
training or experience and which is helped by the acquisition of knowledge.
Miscellaneous skills and knowledge – additional to the core knowledge and skill set,
which apply to specific situations/conditions.
Procedural skills – specific interventional skills, which require additional training and
practice. The development of such skills will be based on the needs of the system/
country that the trainee is working in.

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curriculum, spinal cord injury, knowledge, skills, competencies

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