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Transitional Physical Therapy (tDPT)

Transitional Physical Therapy (tDPT)

Learning Outcomes

  1. Model professional behaviors that are consistent with professional excellence and the expectations of the profession and the consumer.
  2. Practice utilizing patient/client management skills consistent with contemporary practice.
  3. Experience areas of personal growth necessary for the transition into becoming a professional. 
  4. Recognize the importance of and pursue community involvement as part of his/her professional responsibility and civic engagement.
  5. Appropriately use and modify written, oral and non-verbal communication with clients, families and colleagues.
  6. Practice effectively and are able to respond to change within a dynamic health care environment.