#ELC2016: Interprofessional Patient Management Competition – A Unique IPE Experience

As of 2018, CAPTA is going to require inter professional education within DPT curriculum. 6F: Interprofessional education in the didactic and clinical curriculum 6L3: Involvement in inter professional practice in clinical education experiences “When students from two or more professions learn about, from and with each other to enable effective collaboration and improve health outcomes.”  IPEC Core Competencies   Work with …

#ELC2016: Click Here! E-Learning Modules for Innovative Instruction and Learning

What does the evidence show: No study reported negative impacts of E-learning Enhances learners understanding of material Students who e-learn performed slightly higher on practical exams Their flexible, convienant, study at own pace, adapt to different learning styles, assist with technology skills “Faculty must identify and understand the learning of millennials to promote success” 5 Steps to Developing an E-Learning …

#ELC2016: Responses to Keynote Address

These 3 Ignite Sessions were to respond to the keynote address: Dr. Chris Sebelski: Why are physical therapists “quietly competent”?  She reports staggering statistics of the small number of “deans” or those in top level positions of academic institutions. What if PTs do not believe we can be successful in higher level positions?  On a scale from 0-100, rate your …

#ELC2016: APTA Education Conference – Keynote Review

The 2016 Education Leadership Conference, hosted by the Education Section of the APTA & ACAPT, got underway in Phoenix, AZ this am (You can follow on Twitter with #ELC2016).  Over 800 attendees from across the country participated in this event. The talks started with the 3rd annual forum on innovation in physical therapy. The theme was: Formation of a Doctoring Profession: …