This consortium will serve as a resource and forum for educators both
clinical and academic interested in best practice for teaching and assessing clinical reasoning skills. Additionally, the group will work to develop a research plan relative to clinical reasoning and will conduct multi-institutional research projects to increase our understanding of clinical reasoning.
The CRCAC Consortium will meet at CSM and ELC
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Thank you to all of you who joined our virtual journal club, it was a great discussion! For those of you how could not make it here is a link to the recording: http://apta.adobeconnect.com/pgdykf9303jw/
The Clinical Reasoning Curricula and Assessment consortium will serve as a resource and forum for educators both clinical and academic interested in best practice for teaching and assessing clinical reasoning skills. Additionally, the group will work to develop a research plan relative to clinical reasoning and will conduct multi-institutional research projects to increase our understanding of clinical reasoning.Leadership Team PositionsThe ACAPT Clinical Reasoning Curricula and Assessment Consortium (CRCAC) will hold elections in the spring-summer during the ACAPT election cycle. The nomination cycle is now open. If you are a member of the CRCAC, you are eligible to for the following leadership positions. If you have not yet joined, please do so by registering on the home page for the CRCA consortium. The term of office will begin immediately following the CRCAC Annual Business meeting held during the APTA Educational Leadership Conference, Bellevue, Washington from October 18-20, 2019. Persons elected to a leadership position are expected to attend on site meetings during national conferences and attend bimonthly teleconferences.Leadership Positions and Description of Responsibilities open for nominations this election cycle:Vice Chair: The Vice Chairperson shall assume the duties of the Chairperson at the request of the Chairperson or in the absence or incapacitation of the Chairperson and oversee CRCAC ad hoc committees or work groups as a voting member. The Vice Chair shall serve as the Parliamentarian during the on site meetings at national conferences. Nominating Committee Member: The Nominating Committee shall consist of three (3) members. Each serving for three (3) year terms. The senior member of the committee shall serve as Committee Chair for the last year of his/her term. The nominating committee shall prepare a slate of one (1) or more names for each office to be filled. The slate (i.e. list of candidates) shall be published on the CRCAC website and distributed to the membership prior to the election. The Nominating Chair will provide the slate, together with the information on each candidate, at least 30 days in advance of the election. Members of the nominating committee direct and conduct elections by electronic mail. The nominating committee chair notifies the candidates of the results of the election maintains a record of their consent to service for future considerations and needs that may support the work of the Consortium. Online VotingThe Clinical Reasoning Curricula and Assessment consortium online voting for election of officers occurs in the Spring in concert with the ACAPT election cycle. You must be a registered member of the consortium to cast a ballot. If you are not yet a member, but you wish to join, please register on the homepage.February 1, 2019: The deadline for candidates to submit their consent to serve document and be considered for the slateMarch 1, 2019: Deadline for candidates to submit statements and biosApril: Polls open on the first Monday of the monthMay: Polls close on the first Monday of the month June: Candidates informed of election results. Those elected are encouraged to book their hotel for ELC immediately.A poll will be sent via email to all registered Clinical Reasoning Curricula and Assessment consortium members to cast their ballot.
Chair: Chris Sebelski PT DPT PhD OCS firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice Chair: Open
Secretary: Nicole Christiansen PT PhD MAappSc email@example.com
Terri Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
Brent Harper PT DPT DSc PhD, OCS email@example.com
Bibliography of Select Clinical Reasoning Articles:
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We met at CSM in San Antonio for another great discussion. Select our "Documents" tab to the right to be taken to a Glossary of Terms related to clinical reasoning that was developed at our meeting.
JOIN US for the Clinical Reasoning Symposium in beautiful Omaha, NE on July 20-23, 2017! The symposium will be hosted by Creighton University and is is designed for all educators across academic and clinical environments (DCEs, CCCEs, CIs, Residency/Fellowship Directors/Mentors, Academic Faculty) working to facilitate learners' development of clinical reasoning abilities.
Register here: https://aptaeducation.org/events/clinical-reasoning-symposium/2017/index.cfm
Deadline for registration is May 15th!
Frank Tudini, PT, DSc, OCS, FAAOMPT
Susan Mais Requejo,
Jacklyn Brechter , PhD, PT
Wing Fu, PT, PhD, MA
Lisa Black, PT, DPT
Jennifer Furze, PT, DPT, PCS
Juanita Robel, PT, CLT-LANA
James Boone, PT, DPT, OCS
Wendy Herbert, PT, PhD
Tami Phillips, PT, DPT, MBA
Tambre Phillips, PT, DPT, MBA
stephanie adams, DHSc, OTR/L
Karen Huhn, PT PhD
Kelly Macauley, PT, EdD, DPT, CCS, GCS
Laura Sage, PT, DPT, MEd, GCS, WCC
Rosa Torres-Panchame, PT, DPT, OCS
Nora Bethany Collier,
Tracy Brudvig, PT, DPT, PhD, OCS
Lisa Dehner, PT, PhD, CEEAA
JJ Mowder-Tinney, PT, PhD, NCS
Teresa Miller, PT, PhD
Sue O'Brien, PhD
Bill Healey, PT, EdD, GCS
Jennifer Canbek, PT, PhD, NCS
Rania Margonis, PT, DPT
Tracy Wall, PT, PhD
Ken Kosior, PT, EdD, PTM, ATC
Ken Kosior, PT, EdD, MPT, ATC
Brent Harper, PT, DPT, DSc, OCS, FAAOMPT
shala cunningham, PT, DPT, PhD
Linda D'Silva, PT, PhD
Kevin Helgeson, DHSc, PT
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Chris Sebelski, PT, DPT, PhD, OCS
Nicole Christensen, PT, PhD, MAppSc
michael giuliano , MD, MEd, MHPE, MA
Teresa Miller, PT, PhD, GCFP
Jennifer Barbee Ellison,
Jennifer Ellison, PT, PhD
Amelia Siles, PT, DPT, NCS
Jennifer Martin, PT, DPT, GCS
Rebecca Bliss, PT, DPT
Susan Wainwright, PT PhD
Steve Liaos, DPT, DSC(c), OCS, SCS, FAAOMPT
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Ben Just, PT, MPT
Michael Bade, PT, DPT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT
Nicholas LaRosa, DPT
Jason Steere, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Heidi McDermott, PT, DPT, OCS
Kory Zimney, PT, DPT
Sarah Gilliland, PT, DPT, PhD, CSCS
Michael Andersen, PT, DPT, OCS
Jonna Schengel, PT, MA, Ed.D.
Deborah Walker, PT, DPT, OCS, GCS, CEEAA
Tobi Baldwin, PT
Bryan Boyea, PT, DPT, OCS
Jaime Gonzalez, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS
Elizabeth Lane, PT, DPT, PhD(c), OCS, FAAOMPT
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Murray Maitland, PT, PhD
Shawne Soper, PT, DPT, MBA
Carey L Holleran,
Julia Castleberry, DPT, NCS, GCS
Oberg K, Normann B, Gallaher S. Embodied-enactive clinical reasoning in physical therapy. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice. 2015;31(4):244-52.
We will host another journal club in March, more info to come.
ACAPT promotes the Alternate Approval Process developed by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy to ease the administrative burden of various stakeholders during the initial processes of students entering the physical therapy community
This FREE, dynamic webinar is open to deans, faculty, staff, and students from IPEC member schools, as well as non-members, communities of interest, and practice representatives.
On January 10, 2019, the ACAPT Board of Directors adopted the following position
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