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Preventing Burn Out While In School

We hear about burnout after a physical therapist begins practicing for a few years, and learn about ways to prevent it and remain interested and invested in your practice and in your patients.  However, we never talk about burnout while in school.  After sitting in class week after week for 35+ hours, it can be…

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Teaching Defensive Documentation in a DPT Program

by Tiffany Enache, PT, DPT, Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Education Documentation is an important part of the daily life of a physical therapist, and APTA presents high standards in their Defensible Documentation resources (1) and also in the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice (2).  These both serve as very useful resources when designing learning experiences related to…

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3 Steps to Losing a Referring Physician

A physician usually has a very good reason when they stop referring patients. A recent survey found that most physicians do NOT fully read their therapist reports. Communication, clarity, and customer feedback are critical components when it comes to maintaining your relationship with referring physicians. Erika hopes to help you avoid this possibility all together…

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