Sarah Gongalves will briefly review what is usually covered related to typical and abnormal human development, identify facilitators and barriers to incorporation of evidence-based human development and pediatric practice as well as identify external pediatric education opportunities for PTA students. Please join us to network with other PTA educators to share ideas, successes, and barriers to pediatric education. Register now for this learning opportunity and receive continuing education credit for FREE!

Meet our Speaker

Sarah Goncalves, PT, DPT, PCS has been a pediatric physical therapist for 10 years. She graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina with her DPT in 2011, and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Pediatric PT from the University of Michigan - Flint. She has a passion for not only providing excellent, evidence-based patient care, but moving the profession forward in this ever-changing healthcare environment.

Course Code:

PTAE_JAN21

Completion Instructions

Review recorded content, complete the assessment with at least a 70% score, download certificate

Course level

Advanced

Date published

12/16/2020

Date recorded

01/07/2021

Delivery method

Online

Instructor(s)

Sarah Goncalves, PT, DPT, PCS

Learning objectives

  1. Identify what is currently taught within the program regarding typical and abnormal human development.
  2. Identify facilitators and barriers to incorporation of evidence-based human development and pediatric practice.
  3. Identify external pediatric educational opportunities for PTA students.
  4. Establish a network of other PTA educators to share ideas, successes, and barriers to pediatric education.

Partner(s)

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#Lessons:
1PTASIG Webinar - Preparing PTAs for Pediatric Practice .mp4
2Assessment
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Type:E-Learning Course
Credits:0.1
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Enrollment:Prior to  06/30/2021
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