Comprehensive Clinical Reasoning

SAR PT 773

Comprehensive Clinical Reasoning is a case based course taught in small tutorial groups using the problem based learning format. The course is intended to enhance integration of course content taught elsewhere in the curriculum within the context of a physical therapy case study. Students will be expected to use a variety of resources, ( i.e. current literature, text books) to solve complex patient cases. Issues to be discussed will include: streamlining the patient examination, clinical decision making, effective physical therapy intervention, likely prognosis, clinical teaching, the role of the PT in relation to other health care providers, issues involved in the delivery of physical therapy, including professionalism, interpersonal skills, communication, third party payers and ethics.

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Starr ARR TBD-TBD Course meets in
SAR 546

Note: this course was also offered during Summer Term

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