DPT 8040 Advanced Clinical Practice Selective Tracks

The Advanced Clinical Practice Selective Track facilitates continued study in selected topic areas including the broad spectrum of primary clinical practice settings.  Generally, students focus on one of four areas:  musculoskeletal, neuromuscular rehabilitation, pediatrics or research.  Much of the course will be taught in a mock clinical setting with patients/clients for neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, and pediatric tracks and in a laboratory-based or field work setting for research track. Topics included may vary from year to year depending on student interest and changes in the landscape of physical therapy education.   Emphasis will be placed on continued development of clinical and research skills to prepare students for today’s demanding health care environment. In lieu of continued study in one of four areas, students may request an independent study in physical therapy with the request generated by the student through a faculty sponsor.  Those seeking to do an independent study require advanced approval (by the beginning of Year III of the DPT curriculum.







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Unsatisfactory course grade - Remediation during Module XII. WILL DELAY DPT 805 Clinical Practicum IV. WILL DELAY GRADUATION from the program.

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