Are physiotherapy students adequately prepared to successfully gain employment?

@article{Jones2010ArePS,
  title={Are physiotherapy students adequately prepared to successfully gain employment?},
  author={Mandy Jones and John W.R. Mcintyre and Sandra Naylor},
  journal={Physiotherapy},
  year={2010},
  volume={96 2},
  pages={
          169-75
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To explore the preparedness of final-year physiotherapy students for their progression into employment, and identify what universities can do to facilitate a smooth transition. DESIGN A single-cohort study, utilising a qualitative design incorporating a survey followed by transcribed and coded semi-structured interviews. SETTING Interviews were held in the Placement and Careers Centre at Brunel University, London. PARTICIPANTS Sixty final-year full- and part-time students… CONTINUE READING
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