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4 days left - Feedback on PT Clinical Edu Taskforce Report

Sep 11, 2017

 

Please forward to academic and clinical faculty and alumni

The Best Practices for Physical Therapist Clinical Education Task Force was charged to consider strategies and provide recommendations to APTA's Board of Directors to identify best practice for physical therapist clinical education, from professional level through postprofessional clinical training, and propose potential courses of action for a doctoring profession to move toward practice that best meets the evolving needs of society.

The Education Leadership Partnership (ELP) is seeking feedback on these recommendations and will summarize data collected through five (5) town hall events and this survey.  A report will be submitted to the Board for consideration prior to making decisions on the recommendations at their November 2017 board meeting.

Responding to the Survey

  1. Read the Task Force’s Report or watch the narrated video overview, and review answers to frequently asked questions prior to beginning the survey.
  2. Listen to the podcast that describes the role of the task force, who were the stakeholders, and discussion on mandatory residence
  3. The survey will close on Friday, September 15, 2017.
Click Here To Review Materials and Take the Survey

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4 days left - Feedback on PT Clinical Edu Taskforce Report

Sep 11, 2017

 

Please forward to academic and clinical faculty and alumni

The Best Practices for Physical Therapist Clinical Education Task Force was charged to consider strategies and provide recommendations to APTA's Board of Directors to identify best practice for physical therapist clinical education, from professional level through postprofessional clinical training, and propose potential courses of action for a doctoring profession to move toward practice that best meets the evolving needs of society.

The Education Leadership Partnership (ELP) is seeking feedback on these recommendations and will summarize data collected through five (5) town hall events and this survey.  A report will be submitted to the Board for consideration prior to making decisions on the recommendations at their November 2017 board meeting.

Responding to the Survey

  1. Read the Task Force’s Report or watch the narrated video overview, and review answers to frequently asked questions prior to beginning the survey.
  2. Listen to the podcast that describes the role of the task force, who were the stakeholders, and discussion on mandatory residence
  3. The survey will close on Friday, September 15, 2017.
Click Here To Review Materials and Take the Survey

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