Working Together: A Joint Initiative Between Academic and Clinical Partnerships to Enhance Student Learning
Academic and Clinical Partnerships have the potential to positively impact student learning and outcomes and are part of the recommendations from PTE21 study. As academic and clinical partnerships move forward to design and implement changes, preparing the next generation of physical therapists, both process and outcome evaluations must be incorporated in the planning. This interactive session will explore an example for working together in partnership between hospital and classroom. This example will focus on a joint collaboration with an academic and clinical partnership developing a clinical pathway at the hospital in conjunction with development of a specialty pediatrics course surrounding NICU and prematurity. A combination of lecture and small group discussion will be used for both entry-level and post-professional training and attendees will leave with concrete examples of how to implement in their communities.
Boynewicz, Kara; and Rarey, Kelly. 2018. Working Together: A Joint Initiative Between Academic and Clinical Partnerships to Enhance Student Learning. Oral Presentation. Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy Annual Conference (APPTAC), Chattanooga, TN. https://www.eventscribe.com/2018/APTA/ajaxcalls/PresentationInfo.asp?efp=T0lEU1RIWU8zMDcw&PresentationID=381027&rnd=0.1040664