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Viewing outcome relationships between PTHA 122 - PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTING PROCEDURES II and 28 - Physical Therapist Assisting

Last approved: Fri, 26 Apr 2024 16:16:11 GMT

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28 - Physical Therapist Assisting
  • PLO 1: Students/Graduates will competently provide high quality data collection and intervention skills based on the PT plan of care.
    • CLO 5: Students demonstrate competence in monitoring selected components of data collection techniques acquired in previous courses for carrying out the Physical Therapist Plan of Care, for pre and post interventions including: A. Vital signs B. Architectural barriers C. ADL, functional activities and assistive devices D. Pain E. Anthropometric measures, length, girth and volume F. Skin, sensation and circulation G. Posture H. Balance and coordination I. Joint range of motion J. Muscle performance K. Gait and assistive devices L. Righting and equilibrium reactions/reflexes M. Detecting and responding to acute changes in the patient’s physiological state/mentation/emergencies
    • CLO 6: Students demonstrate competence in performing procedural interventions as outlined in the Physical Therapist Plan of Care including: A. Superficial and deep thermal agents including heat and cold B. Light therapies C. Manual therapies D. Hydrotherapy and aquatics E. Traction F. Compression and edema management G. Electrotherapeutic agents H. Therapeutic exercise I. Wound management J. Gait, locomotion and Wheelchairs mobility K. Developmental sequence, reflexes and preambulation techniques L. Orthotics, prosthetics, assistive devices and ambulation aids M. ADL, transfer and functional mobility training
  • PLO 2: Students/Graduates will practice legally, ethically and safely within their scope of practice under the direction and supervision of the PT.
    • CLO 1: Students describe how pain, inflammation, modalities and active treatment impact healing and repair.
    • CLO 4: Students will apply clinical problem solving skills to interventions outlined in the PT POC by applying judgments about indications and contraindications to treatments, monitoring and modifying treatments based on patient progress and safety parameters.
  • PLO 3: Students/Graduates will demonstrate professional behaviors consistent with the core value documents of the profession.
    • CLO 10: Students provide safety, security/privacy for treatment utilizing HIPAA and patient bill of rights principles.
    • CLO 11: Students will demonstrate appropriate clinical behaviors including efficiency with time and resources, punctuality, attendance, and maintaining/use of area/equipment effectively.
    • CLO 12: Students will articulate compliance with professional skills including the Guide to Conduct, Standards of Ethical Conduct, and Values Based Behaviors.
  • PLO 8: The program will provide students with a quality education in contemporary physical therapy techniques, practicing in a competent and professional manner.
    • CLO 9: Effectively uses and interprets verbal and non-verbal communication with patient, PT, and stakeholders including communicating with respect and listening actively.
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