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Innovative approaches to telehealth education: bridging classroom and clinic

Gain the best tips for teaching telehealth in physical therapy education – post-pandemic:

  • Learning how to build the foundation,
  • Using best evidence to simulate and practice telehealth clinical exams,
  • Making it “real” before the clinical phase, and capturing setting-specific examples through breakout groups.
  • Walk away with your own playbook.

Learning objectives: By the end of the webinar, the attendee will

  • Identify effective behavioral anchor/competencies impactful to telehealth before implementation
  • Compare options for learning activities to prepare students for telehealth practice before implementation
  • Identify strategies to address contextual factors and clinical reasoning during a telehealth encounter
  • Describe assessment of student clinical performance following the telehealth encounter
  • Apply or use reflective strategies to enhance student learning and patient experience following the telehealth encounter


  • Sarah Kleinstein, PT, DPT, NYU Langone Health
  • Nancy Krisch, PT, DPT, Stony Brook University
  • Alan Lee, PT, DPT, CSW, GCS, PhD, Mount Saint Mary's University
  • Zachary Riley, PT, DPT, NYU Langone Health

If you have any questions, contact events@acapt.org.

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