2018 Spring Conference  Handouts

   Track 1: Facilitating Student Clinical Reasoning

Clinical Reasoning Tools for Outpatient

Physical Therapy Practice (Instructor: Frank Tuidini)

Clinical Reasoning Tools for Outpatient Physical Therapy Practice

NC Consortium Case (Please read prior to course)

NC Consortium CRAFTE

Teaching Reflection (Instructor: Catherine Noonan)

Teaching Reflection

Teaching Reflection2

Tools to Improve Clinical Reasoning for

Assessment and Treatment (Instructor: Michelle Green)

Assessment PD Example

Assessment SCI Example

Assessment Stroke Example

GUIDE FOR USE OF ASSESSMENT FORM

Progression and Task Analysis -sample

Progression Core Task

Progression Functional Task

Progression Hemi UE

Tools to Improve Clinical Reasoning for Assessment and Treatment

TREATMENT PROGRESSION 3 impairment outline

TREATMENT PROGRESSION with 2 up 2 down

Vestibular Progression

Assessment Blank Form

Assessment Example Geriatric #1

Assessment Example Geriatrics #2

Assessment MS Example

Where the Rubber Meets the Road:

Facilitating Clinical Reasoning in Real-Time (Bradley Myers)

Where the rubber meets the road-Facilitating clinical reasoning in real-time

 

Track 2: Managing Student Learners

Personality Styles and Clinical Teaching

(Instructor: Jen Martin)

Personality Styles and Clinical Teaching

Relationships for True Colors and Learning Styles

Making a Learning Diagnosis

(Instructor: Jen Martin)

Making a Learning Diagnosis

Student Learning Contracts: When Are They Needed and

How Do I Make One? (Instructor: Rebecca Medendorp)

Case Examples

Contract Handouts

Student Learning Contracts When Are They Needed and How Do I Make One

Methods to Challenge the PT/PTA Student:

Management Ideas for the Exceptional, Disengaged, and the “Clinger” Student (Instructor: Samantha Martel)

Track 3: Maximizing Student Learning

Improve Student Learning by Implementing the

Collaborative Teaching Model (Instructor: Kristel Maes)

Collaborative Teaching

Collaborative Teaching-Learning Styles Questionnaire

Student Learning Plan

Communication Skills for “Generation Tech”

(Instructors: Jessica Graning and Page McDowell)

Coaching Communication Skills for Generation Tech

Track 4: Current Clinical Practice

Testing Muscle Performance: What our Students Have Been Taught and Bring to a Clinical Setting

(Instructor: Richard Bohannon)

Testing Muscle Performance- What our Students have been Taught and Bring to a Clinical Settings

How to Become an Evidence-Based Practitioner: Interpretation of Results and Statistics (Instructor: Jennifer Bunn)

How to Become an Evidence Based Practitioner

PT Interventions for Patients with Cancer to

Improve Care and Outcomes (Instructor: Scot Sawyer)

30 sec STS

Brief Pain Inventory

CA Pain IASP

Cancer Network

Edmonton Symptom

MDASI

MiniBEST

Pain Neuromatrix Melzack

PT Interventions for Patients with Cancer

Quick Dash Questionnaire

Six Minute Walk Test

2 Minute Walk Test Instructions

ABCs of Oxygen Use for Physical Therapists

(Instructor: Rebecca Crouch)

ABCs of Oxygen Use for Physical Therapists

 

 

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