This course is SOLD OUT.
Dates: September 9-December 15, 2013
Course Type: Online | Blended (see delivery method below)
Author(s): Robin L. Dole, PT, DPT, EdD, PCS; Joe Schreiber, PT, PhD, PCS; and Robert Palisano, PT, ScD, FAPTA
Price: $760 Member | $664 Pediatric Section Member | $1,000 Nonmember
CEU: 4.2 CEUs (42.0 contact hours)
Delivery Method: This 14-week course includes 4 self-directed learning modules and will require you to access the APTA Learning Center online to download handouts and view the presentations, and participate in the Discussion Forum. There are 5 required, live Adobe Connect Conference calls between participants and presenters. There will be recordings available afterwards.
Description: Pediatric physical therapists have a wide variety of choices for standardized tests and measures. The purpose of this continuing education course is to guide participants in evidence based decision making for optimal selection, administration, interpretation, and sharing results of pediatric outcome measures. Through actual case scenarios, participants will develop skills related to integration of standardized tests and measures into their practice settings. The ICF framework will be used to guide course discussion and content. This 14-week course will include 4 self-directed learning modules with pre- and post- test questions, and synchronous and asynchronous online case based discussion designed to support a community of practice where therapists share resources, successes, and challenges with learning and applying course information. Knowledge translation strategies will be discussed as a means to support sharing the information with professional colleagues, children, and families. Participants will develop skills related to knowledge brokering in order to disseminate the knowledge and skills gained from this course in their workplace.
View full course description at the APTA Learning Center. (You must register for this course by September 11, 2013. This course is SOLD OUT