The regional leader in Physical Therapist clinical education, the NYNJPTCEC is an innovative group that fosters partnership and collaboration between academic, clinical and professional organizations through a research driven approach to positively impacting and supporting clinical education.
The NYNJPTCEC seeks to be a change agent in the evolution of clinical education, empowering clinicians and academicians to create a culture of excellence through active engagement, connecting clinic to classroom and elevating the standards of clinical education at regional and national levels.
Exclusive LIVE Webinar
Program: The Art of Telehealth PT Examination:
An Evidence-Based Approach
Time: 7-9 pm ET
Cost: Complimentary to NY/NJ Consortium Members and Physical Therapy Students
Speakers: HSS Rehabilitation Faculty
Overview: Providing care via telehealth is not as easy as just treating via video: it requires combining advanced clinical decision-making, creativity and practice to safely and effectively treat patients. Learning how to perform a patient examination without our hands is of paramount importance to providing optimal care.
This course will look at:
■ Body-region specific red flag questions
■ Objective testing examples
■ Functional movement assessment with consideration for efficiency
■ Evidenced-based values and pathology considerations are highlighted to assist with
clinical decision-making and documentation
■Camera set up
Registration is limited, sign up today!!
Clinical Education Terminology Updates
In response to the call for increased consistency in physical therapy clinical education following the 2014 Clinical Education Summit, the American Council of Academic Physical Therapy (ACAPT) tasked a panel of clinical educators to produce a glossary of terms for physical therapy education.
Learn more about the recommendations for consistent use of terminology on our Current Issues page.
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NYNJ Clinical Education Consortium
The NYNJ PT Clinical Education Consortium would like to acknowledge our clinical partners during this difficult time. We know that you have been affected in many ways, from providing care on the front lines to reimagining your practices and changing your model of service delivery. We recognize the incredible stress and burden upon all of you and want to express our support.
We look forward to working with you collaboratively in the future, when we are all in a place to move ahead. Please be in touch with us if you have any other ideas that we can help with as we negotiate these uncharted waters together. We have a platform to communicate on our Facebook page that can be accessed at NYNJClinEd and welcome your thoughts, questions and discussion. You should also always feel welcome to contact any of your academic partners to discuss your questions or concerns or email the consortium at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wishing you good health during this difficult time.