Videotaping Practical Examinations in Physical Therapist Education: Does It Foster Student Performance, Self-Assessment, Professionalism, and Improve Instructor Grading?

@inproceedings{Kachingwe2015VideotapingPE,
  title={Videotaping Practical Examinations in Physical Therapist Education: Does It Foster Student Performance, Self-Assessment, Professionalism, and Improve Instructor Grading?},
  author={Aimie F. Kachingwe and Beth Phillips and Janna Beling},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSEReflection and self-assessment are keystones to professionalism and skill acquisition and are integral components of clinical practice, leading many to advocate that these constructs be integrated in the educational preparation of physical therapists (PTs).1'3 Student ability to assess their own professional behaviors, patient interactions, and application of skills, as well as learning to manage and synthesize constructive criticism, are aptitudes emphasized in the… CONTINUE READING