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Viewing outcome relationships between PTHA 242 - CLINICAL PRACTICUM II and 28 - Physical Therapist Assisting

Last approved: Fri, 26 Apr 2024 16:17:16 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 7: Students will successfully perform and explain the rationale for directed portions of patient care skill components (measures and interventions) at an intermediate level under the on site/close supervision of a licensed physical therapist as outlined in the PT plan of care.
  • PLO 2: Students/Graduates will practice legally, ethically and safely within their scope of practice under the direction and supervision of the PT.
    • CLO 2: Students will participate in facility billing methods and reimbursement issues and describe issues related to fraud and abuse.
    • CLO 6: Students will discuss federal and state aspects of care, utilization, oversight, management, and ethical issues related to contemporary health care.
    • CLO 8: Students will create written/electronic documentation for interventions provided under the physical therapist plan of care under on site/close supervision, which follow specific facility formats and guidelines, which meet legal and regulatory agency requirements, are accurate and grammatical, and fulfill billing/payments needs.
  • PLO 3: Students/Graduates will demonstrate professional behaviors consistent with the core value documents of the profession.
    • CLO 1: Students will successfully demonstrate behavior congruent with the clinical site’s organization, administration, policies and procedures, organizational planning and operation.
    • CLO 9: Students will demonstrate compliance with professional skills including the Guide to Conduct, Standards of Ethical Conduct, Values Based Behaviors, HIPAA and patient bill of rights principles.
  • PLO 4: Students/Graduates will demonstrate evidence of participation in lifelong learning and activities that promote professional growth.
    • CLO 4: Students will employ communication processes within the clinical arena including review of records, interprofessional communication, and communication with the physical therapist.
    • CLO 5: Students will demonstrate self-directed problem solving for clinical issues, through the development of the clinical case study utilizing appropriate evidence based research journals.
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