Service Learning in Physical Therapy

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Course No: DPTH.6480; Last Offered: No Data;

Course Description

This three-credit course is designed to serve as a service-learning experience in the final year for doctoral physical therapy students. The course is designed to provide relevant and meaningful service opportunities for culturally competent physical therapy services with a focus on prevention, health promotion, fitness, and wellness to individuals, groups, and communities. The service learning experience will prepare students for active civic participation in a diverse society. Through the use of readings, discussion, reflection and presentations students will gain an understanding what it means to build the capacity of a community and develop the competency skills of an entry level physical therapy practitioner.

Prerequisites & Notes

  • Prerequisites: Physical Therapy Grad Students
  • Special Notes:
  • Credits: 1;

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