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Fall 2020 Physical Therapy M9040 section 083
CLINICAL CASE MGT. SEMINAR
|Method of Instruction||On-Line Only|
|Course Description||This course is designed to foster and enhance students’ clinical reasoning in managing patient cases. Its primary focus is placed on four types of clinical reasoning. This course offers students in their final year of the DPT program an opportunity to review, reflect upon, develop, and consolidate their knowledge and clinical reasoning pertaining to patient management. Considering that clinical reasoning is a complex, multi-faceted and multi-dimensional phenomenon, this course selectively covers the four types of clinical reasoning – hypothetico-deductive reasoning, pattern recognition, collaborative reasoning and ethical reasoning, that are expected of soon-to-be entry-level practitioners in the current healthcare environment. Students will be required to reflect on clinical cases in a retrospective manner. The course will start with student-centered and faculty-led seminars with case examples to explore, elaborate and/or clarify the four types of clinical reasoning. The seminars will be followed by team-based case presentations and assignments, which allow students to not only share their own clinical experiences but also make their clinical reasoning explicit for customized and timely feedback.|
|Enrollment||67 students (70 max) as of 8:02AM Sunday, March 7, 2021|
|Division||College of Physicians and Surgeons: Physical Therapy|
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