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Spring 2022 Physical Therapy M9910 section 004
PT Mgt of Performing Artist Practicum II
PT Mgt Performing Artist

Call Number 18222
Points 2
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructors Laurel D Abbruzzese
Debra Krasinski
Type SEMINAR
Method of Instruction In-Person
Course Description This fellow-centered, faculty-guided seminar course offers the performing arts fellow an opportunity to participate in didactic and mentored learning experiences that will inform the comprehensive and highest quality care of performing artists.  This course includes mentored instruction in research methods for a performing art focused scholarly project, teaching methods for small & large group instruction, and didactic modules on the physical therapy management of the performing artist. The fellow will have the opportunity to participate in a journal club and will reflect on the skills being developed through targeted clinical practice. Emphasis will be placed on the impact of such analysis on future clinical decision-making and future case management. Research Practicum:  Fellows will be mentored through the preparation of a scholarly project. Pending approval from the Columbia University Institutional Review Board, the fellow will collect and analyze data for the performing arts focused research question developed in Physical Therapy Management of the Performing Artist Practicum I. Teaching Practicum:  Fellows will be mentored through the preparation of an educational module. The module may be prepared for live or asynchronous instruction. The fellow should build on current knowledge to prepare a lesson geared for the entry-level/novice clinician. The teaching practicum will cover creating an inclusive climate, backwards design and learning objectives, active learning principles, assessment, and feedback for learners, as well as creating a lesson plan. The fellow will submit a proposal for an educational workshop at a Performing Arts professional conference. Musculoskeletal Sonography/ Rehabilitation Ultrasound Imaging Performing Arts - Case Tutorials. The fellow will review didactic content covering basic diagnostic imaging principles of rehabilitation ultrasound imaging (RUSI). The fellow will review at least two clinical cases in which RUSI is used to assist in the application of therapeutic interventions and improve clinical outcomes for performing artists. Physical Therapy for the Performing Artist: Figure Skating, Instrumental Musician & Artistic Gymnastics – This independent study module will cover terminology, equipment, common injuries and special concerns for the rehabilitation and management of figure skaters, instrumental musicians, and artistic gymnasts. Back Stage Emergency Care. -Performing artists have many unique medi
Web Site Vergil
Department Physical Therapy
Enrollment 1 student (1 max) as of 5:37PM Friday, July 1, 2022
Status Full
Subject Physical Therapy
Number M9910
Section 004
Division College of Physicians and Surgeons: Physical Therapy
Campus Presbyterian Hospital
Section key 20221PHYT9910M004

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