How Can Physiotherapy Students Communicate Effectively With Support Personnel
It is important that today's Physiotherapy students are able to effectively communicate with support personnel, especially with Physical therapist assistants (PTAs).
Join the Canadian Physiotherapy Association in this online physiotherapy course to learn more about how to better communicate effectively with support personnel.
This session is moderated by Kathy Davidson Executive Director with Physiotherapist Education Accreditation Canada (PEAC) and includes the following speakers:
- Shelly Martin - College of Physiotherapists of Ontario
- Leanne Loranger - Physiotherapy Alberta
- Carmen Kimoto, OT, Program Coordinator
- OT/PTA Program, Vancouver Community College
- Ron Renz, Dalhousie University The Academic Coordinator for Clinical Education (ACCE)
- Sarah Wojkowski, McMaster Director of Clinical Education (DCE)
1) Increase your knowledge of the similarities/differences between PT Students and Support Workers
2) Increase your knowledge about limitations in assigning tasks to Support Workers while on a clinical placement
3) Increase your Communication and knowledge with respect to safety considerations
4) Increase your skills to communicate with Preceptors / Clinical Instructors (CI)
5) Increase your knowledge with respect to Evaluation on related competencies using the Canadian Assessment of Clinical Performance (ACP) and / or the Clinical Performance Instrument (CPI)
6) Increase awareness of Intra-Professional Clinical Placements
7) Increase awareness of Clinical Placement "Opportunities"
8) Increase your knowledge working with OTs/PTAs/Kinesiologists
9) Build your skills to effectively Supervise of OTs/PTAs/Kinesiologists
Course Material included in this course
How can Physiotherapy students communicate effectively with support personnel?
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