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Viewing outcome relationships between PTHA 243 - CLINICAL PRACTICUM III and 28 - Physical Therapist Assisting

Last approved: Fri, 26 Apr 2024 16:17:59 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 3: Students will correctly utilize patient care protocols and outcomes to treat a variety of diagnoses, and to achieve short and long term goals in the physical therapist plan of care (PT POC).
    • CLO 4: Students will understand, observe and/or participate in the care of patients through the progression of care from intake, examination, evaluation, diagnosis, plan of care intervention, home program and discharge planning.
    • CLO 9: Students will successfully perform and explain the rationale for entry-level patient care skills (measures and interventions) under the on-site supervision of a licensed physical therapist as outlined in the PT plan of care on a full case load of patients
  • PLO 2: Students/Graduates will practice legally, ethically and safely within their scope of practice under the direction and supervision of the PT.
    • CLO 7: Students will comply with federal and state aspects of care, utilization, oversight, management, and ethical issues related to contemporary health care.
    • CLO 8: Students will identify and apply Ohio laws and rules to practice and procedure in the clinical setting.
    • CLO 10: Students will create written/electronic documentation for interventions provided under the PT POC under on site 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 11: 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 5: Students will communicate effectively in the clinical arena including review of records, interprofessional communication, and communication with the physical therapist.
    • CLO 6: Students will demonstrate self-directed problem solving for clinical issues, through the development of the clinical case study utilizing appropriate evidence based research journals.
  • PLO 8: The program will provide students with a quality education in contemporary physical therapy techniques, practicing in a competent and professional manner.
    • CLO 12: Students will describe the benefits of interprofessional collaborative care and when possible participate in the provision of interprofessional care experiences.
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