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OKPTCE Clinician Virtual Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Amy Both
37:25
Welcome everyone! We are glad you could attend today. Please feel free to type questions you have into the chat box. We will be monitoring the chat for questions to share with our speaker.
Kara Lee. University of Kentucky DCE
38:25
ACAPT -- https://www.acapt.org/
Kara Lee. University of Kentucky DCE
39:04
American Council of Academic Physical Therapy. Rich resources for all levels of educators.
Dr. Raùl Sales
40:31
Tjanks for the invitation. Glad to see you all. Dr. Raùl Sales from Marista University in Mèrida Mèxico
Christine McCallum
41:03
Welcome Dr. Sales
Amy Both
42:41
Welcome, Dr. Sales!
Kara Lee. University of Kentucky DCE
52:58
Clinical Reasoning and Decision Making in Physical Therapy: Facilitation, Assessment, and Implementation 1st Editionby Gina Maria Musolino PT MSEd EdD (Author), Gail Jensen PT PhD FAPTA (Author)
Amy Both
56:07
Educating Physical Therapists 1st Editionby Gail Jensen (Author)
Kara Lee. University of Kentucky DCE
57:27
Clinical Reasoning Strategies in Physical TherapyIan Edwards, Mark Jones, Judi Carr, Annette Braunack-Mayer, Gail M Jensen Author NotesPhysical Therapy, Volume 84, Issue 4, 1 April 2004, Pages 312–330, https://doi.org/10.1093/ptj/84.4.312
John Connell
58:50
Thanks for writing these titles out for us :)
May Bressler
59:27
Yes, thank you for all the links in chat!
VHACINDaiglL
01:03:15
Can you say more about alignment and how that may work into the ped content knowledge.
Amy Both
01:03:26
Feel free to ask questions! You can type or raise your hand.
VHALEXNAZARRA
01:04:30
Thank you for this great information.
Kara Lee. University of Kentucky DCE
01:04:50
Before you head back to your next patient -- can you take a minute to share your thoughts about this meeting and how we can better serve you as PT educators?
Kara Lee. University of Kentucky DCE
01:04:52
https://forms.gle/JtPQVMcfUQmDSe116
jamie.nickerson@va.gov
01:05:10
Do you have any practical advice for applying these concepts in the classroom or the clinic without increasing total student semester hours or clinical hours an undue amount.
Christine McCallum
01:05:16
do you have any suggestions for our clinical teachers (instructors) on how they can reason about their teaching of individual students? possibly related to students who may be struggling in an experience
Amy Bell
01:05:25
How do you feel about the PT in the early part of their career, and how this clinical reasoning information could be utilized in a mentoring program.
VHALEXNAZARRA
01:05:31
Great question.
Amber Simecek
01:07:44
I can't fill out survey form as blocked by the VA :-(
May Bressler
01:07:47
What are some practical tips to help guide the students in making connections versus pointing out the connections?
VHALEXNAZARRA
01:13:59
Especially if the student is on their 3rd rotation. Isn't "open" to new approaches or "Senioritis".
John Connell
01:14:34
what type of learner the student is has been beneficial for me to know as a CI.
emily.petrey
01:14:49
Agreed John!
Amy Both
01:14:56
In your opinion frameworks vary by setting or patient populations or is there more commonality that we should be using?
VHALEXNAZARRA
01:15:19
Good thought, John
John Connell
01:15:53
Amy- Back to the basics as you taught me :)
bethany Taylor
01:15:57
agreed John and start that conversation day one!
bethany Taylor
01:16:58
yes, always the "WHY's" Sara! I use this a lot and extremely helpful with students, non threatening manner as well!
VHALEXNAZARRA
01:18:45
Great suggestions. Thank you to all!
Janice Howman
01:22:57
As Sara talked about developing a framework to use with students - wanted to share this resource..... Worksheets for facilitating clinical reasoning and recorded webinar about them available on ACAPT Clinical Education Resources webpage at https://acapt.org/resources/clinical-education
Stefanie Anderson
01:23:45
Excellent information, thank you for sharing!
Amy Both
01:24:44
Can you speak to some common areas that impact barriers to clinical reasoning that students need help to overcoming. I was thinking of lack of knowledge, lack of experience...others?
Deborah George
01:25:13
Thanks so much....sorry to go.
Kara Lee. University of Kentucky DCE
01:27:54
Thanks again to all of the clinical educators who have taken time out your busy days to join us. Please always reach out to us in the OKPTCE with questions, issues, resources, and any conversations you want to have! Find us on the OKPTCE website, okptce.com
VHACLELloydA
01:29:27
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Leslie Smychynsky
01:31:04
loved the articles and this discussion. thank you for this opportunity.
Jennifer Brown
01:31:58
Thank you for the information, Sara and all...
bethany Taylor
01:32:10
Thank you! very helpful and engaging! Have to run to next client! Enjoy the weekend!
Jennifer Mazza PT
01:32:24
Thank you!
Amy Both
01:32:32
Thanks for joining us today...would love to continue some conversations around this topic in the future!
Amber Simecek
01:32:56
thanks!
VHACINDaiglL
01:32:58
excellent content. thanks.
John Connell
01:33:29
Thanks everyone. Thanks Amy and Kara
Anne Kloos
01:33:40
Thanks for your great presentation!
Sara Gilliland
01:33:56
sgilliland@westcoastuniverity.edu
Amber
01:34:15
Thank you for your wonderful presentation!
Jamie Bayliss
01:34:36
Thank you for an amazing presentation and for all of you who could join us!
Janice Howman
01:34:39
Thanks Sara and Consortium organizers of this session!! Great job!!
Tonya Apke
01:34:49
Very thought provoking, thank you!!
Philip Toal
01:34:53
Thank you!