Course: Medical Aspects of Rehabilitation Counseling
REHB 665
Fall Semester

Professor: Joseph E. Havranek, Ed.D., CRC
(419) 372-7300 - office (419) 353-3302 - home

Office Hours: Tuesday, 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. and Thursday, 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. and by appointment
405 Education Building

Course Description:

Primary emphasis is on medically determined aspects of disabling impairments/disabilities. Attention will be directed to the current trends and methodologies involved in rehabilitation processes with and for persons with developmental, emotional, physical, and/or psychiatric disabilities.

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

1. Read and understand medical reports which use technical phrases and abbreviations specific to the medical and allied medical professions.

2. Have insight into the roles and responsibilities of various members of the interdisciplinary rehabilitation team.

3. Describe the basic anatomy, physiology, and pathology of organs and systems associated with common disabling conditions.

4. Describe the etiology, treatment and prognosis of common disabling conditions.

5. Describe the functional limitations associated with the major disabling conditions, particularly as they relate to the delivery of rehabilitation services.

6. Describe the impact of each major disabling condition on the life adjustment of the individual in multicultural settings.

7. Develop knowledge of Life Care Planning issues and procedures.

Course Content:

Students will be responsible for assigned textbook and handout readings, class participation through attendance at lectures and class discussions, completion and presentation of an individual project, mid-term examination, and a final examination.

Methods of Evaluation:

Class Participation 10%
Individual Project 25%
Mid-Term Examination 30%
Final Examination 35%

Individual Project:

Each student will arrange for and conduct an interview with an allied medical service provider, e.g., physical therapist, occupational therapist, recreation therapist, speech therapist, etc. Students are encouraged to interview non-traditional service providers. The interviewee must be pre-approved by the instructor. The results will be written up in a short report of one to two pages and presented to the class in an oral report of five to ten minutes duration. The student should concentrate on the therapist’s role and function as well as their unique contribution to the rehabilitation outcome. These papers are due at the beginning of class on week 12. Please make two copies.

Text Required for Course:

Brodwin, M. G., Tellez, F., & Brodwin, S. K. (Eds.). (2002). Medical, Psychosocial, and Vocational Aspects of Disability, 2nd Edition. Athens, GA: Elliott & Fitzpatrick.

Xerox reading package available from University Bookstore.

Terminal Objectives:

As a result of this course the student will be able to address the reasons for, proper manner of, correct attitude toward, documentation regarding, formats to assist, tools to use, and results to be obtained through provision and coordination of effective and efficacious medical services.

Late Work Policy:

Any assignment not completed on the due date without express written permission of the professor will result in a one letter grade penalty for each class sessions that the work is delinquent.

Codes of Conduct & Academic Honesty Policy:

The instructor and students in this course will adhere to the University’s general Codes of Conduct defined the BGSU Student Handbook. Specifically, the Code of Academic Conduct (Academic Honesty Policy) requires that students do not cheat, fabricate, plagiarize or facilitate academic dishonesty. For details, refer to:

• BGSU Student Handbook (
• The Academic Charter, B.II.H (
• Student Disciplinary Programs (

Disability Policy:

In accordance with the University policy, if the student has a documented disability and requires accommodations to obtain equal access in this course, he or she should contact the instructor at the beginning of the semester and make this need known. Students with disabilities must verify their eligibility through the Office of Disability Services for Students, at 413 South Hall or: (419) 372-8495 – phone; (419) 372-8496 – fax; (419) 372-0582 – TDD. (

Religious Holidays

It is the policy of the University to make every reasonable effort allowing students to observe their religious holidays without academic penalty. In such cases, it is the obligation of the student to provide the instructor with reasonable notice of the dates of religious holidays on which he or she will be absent. Absence from classes or examinations for religious reasons does not relieve the student of responsibility for completing required work missed. Following the necessary notification, the student should consult with the instructor to determine what appropriate alternative opportunity will be provided, allowing the student to fully complete his or her academic responsibilities. (As stated in The Academic Charter, B-II.G-4.b at: (

Cell Phones, Pagers, and Personal Digital Assistants:

The use of cell phones, pagers, and personal digital assistants (PDAs) is not allowed in class. Cell phones, pagers, and PDAs must be turned off and put out of sight during class.


Week Topics Assignment Due

1 Introduction Chapter 2
Historical Perspectives on Rehabilitation
A New Paradigm for Rehabilitation Services Readings
Medical Terminology

2 Body Systems Chapter 1
Bio-psycho-social-vocational-spiritual model and Holistic Approaches to Medical Management Readings
Managed Care and Case Management
Chronic Disability
Disease Management

3 Comprehensive Evaluation Chapters 24, 26
Medical Reports
Utilization of Job Information
Wheelchair Considerations Readings
Rehabilitation Facilities
Genetic Issues
Special Considerations for Abused Individuals
HIPAA/Medical Records

4 Respiratory Disorders
Cardiovascular Disorders Chapters 19,18
Integrating Spiritual and Multicultural Issues
in Rehabilitation Services

5 Pediatric & Adolescent Rehabilitation
Renal and Urinary Tract Chapters 8, 17, 7, 33
Endocrine Disorders
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Sleep & Arousal Disorders
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Crohn’s Disease
Eating Disorders

6 Networking
Roles of Key Participants Chapters 11, 20, 21, 22, 23
Musculoskeletal Disorders
Chronic Pain Disorders
Spinal Cord Injury

7 Vision Disorders Chapters 12, 13, 25, 27, 28 31, 34
Hearing Disorders Readings
Speech and Language Disorders
Neurological Disorders
Neuromuscular Disorders
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

8 Mid-Term Exam None

9 Cancers Chapters 14, 9, 10, 30
Psychiatric and Developmental Disorders
Life Stages
Hospice Care Readings

10 Disorders of the Immune and Nervous Systems Chapters 6, 15, 16, 28

11 Chemical Dependency Chapters 3, 4

12 Student Presentations Presentations

13 Student Presentations Chapter 5
Sexuality Readings

14 Brain Injury Chapters 29, 32
Geriatric Rehabilitation Readings

15 Life Care Plans Readings
Viatical Settlements
Third Party Payers
Review for Exam

16 Final Exam Due by 5:00 p.m.

Required Readings assigned from the Readings Package are indicated by week in the package.

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