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Clinical Reasoning: Survey of Teaching Methods, Integration, and Assessment in Entry-Level Physical Therapist Academic Education
Background Although clinical reasoning abilities are important learning outcomes of physical therapist entry-level education, best practice standards have not been established to guide clinicalExpand
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An investigation of the relationships among academic performance, clinical performance, critical thinking, and success on the physical therapy licensure examination.
BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to investigate relationships among clinical education performance, academic performance, critical thinking (CT) skills, and success on the National PhysicalExpand
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The influence of training on the rating of physical therapist student performance in the clinical setting.
Physical therapist education consists of two distinct elements: the didactic preparation and the clinical education experiences. Clinical instructors at affiliated clinics supervise physicalExpand
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Critical Thinking Skills During a Physical Therapist Professional Education Program
Background and Purpose. The purpose of this study was to determine if critical‐thinking skills changed as a result of completing a 27‐month, traditional physical therapist (PT) education curriculumExpand
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Student Assessment Methods in Physical Therapy Education: An Overview and Literature Review
Introduction. Student assessment is an important aspect of the physical therapy curriculum. It should be used to motivate students, correct mistakes, measure transfer of learning, evaluateExpand
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Integration of cognitive-behavioral therapy with gait training for a 58-year-old male with a fear of falling: A case report
Fear of falling is a common concern among adults over age 65, which results in decreased activity levels. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) uses psychological techniques to redirect negativeExpand
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The psychometric properties of self-report outcome measures in temporomandibular dysfunction
Abstract Background: Temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD) demonstrates a variety of clinical manifestations. While there are some well-documented self-report outcome measures for diagnostics andExpand
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Learning Curves Observed in Establishing Targeted Rate of Force Application in Pressure Pain Algometry
Purpose: To determine whether learning curves can be observed with deliberate practice when the goal is to apply a consistent rate of force at 5 N/second during pressure pain threshold (PPT) testingExpand
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Clinical Reasoning: Survey of Teaching Methods and Assessment in Entry-Level Physical Therapist Clinical Education
Background. Clinical reasoning skills have been identified as an integral part of physical therapist education developed in both the academic and clinical settings. There is limited understanding ofExpand
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Exploring Yoga’s Effects on Impairments and Functional Limitations for a Nine-Year-Old Female with Cerebral Palsy: A Case Report
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that one in every 303 live births resulted in cerebral palsy (CP) and that CP is the most common cause of motor disability in children [1].Expand
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