Clinical Integration in Pediatric Curricula: Enhancing Learning through Pediatric Experiential Labs
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) - Section on Pediatrics
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This is a 1.5 hour educational session that presents a unique model of integrated experiential labs implemented at NSU. The model, which interweaves clinical exposure in diverse pediatric settings throughout a two-semester pediatric course series, was designed to enable students to practice applying the components of the patient/client management model with children, and to facilitate application of pediatric content. Several student outcomes for the model were measured. Real-life interactions with children and members of the team improved students’ confidence for working with the pediatric population, improved inter-professional communication skills, and enabled clinical application of content and concepts of family-centered care learned in the classroom.
Tovin, Melissa and Fernandez-Fernandez, Alicia, "Clinical Integration in Pediatric Curricula: Enhancing Learning through Pediatric Experiential Labs" (2015). Department of Physical Therapy Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Posters, Speeches, Lectures, etc.. 360.
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