PHT 1800L - Physical Therapy Clinical Practice I
This is the first full-time clinical course in a series of three clinical courses. It consists of a six-week, supervised experience in one of three types of physical therapy facilities (acute care, ortho/outpatient or long-term care) and occurs after two semesters of didactic course work. Primary emphasis is upon: 1) gaining hands-on clinical practice in the skills covered during the first two semesters by providing exposure to clients with a variety of diagnoses; 2) facilitating communication skills (written and non-written); and 3) challenging the student's problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Lab fee required.
Prerequisites: PHT 1213, PHT 1213L, PHT 2224 and PHT 2224L. Corequisite: PHT 1801C.
Terms Offered: Summer
Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes for the term.
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