Research has indicated that the current continuing education structure of large group format, lengthy lectures and short intensive labs fail to change therapist’s patterns of practice. One primary finding of an effective learning experience is to create interaction between learners and multiple opportunities to practice newly learned skills. Additionally, learning should be sequenced and include multi-faceted means of education. At PT in Collaboration we focus not only on providing the latest evidence based research but also strive to create the optimal learning environment. Classes are taught in a small group format providing a comfortable atmosphere for professional exchange. Didactic lectures are provided through online overviews and short focused weekend presentations. Hands on skills and case studies become the driver in a weekend filled with professional debate and collegial practice.
To join an upcoming cohort and begin practice based learning please contact Physical Therapy in Collaboration with one of the methods outlined in the sidebar to the right.
Classes are readily forming based upon topic interest and learning style. Classes are currently being held in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
Small group format
Online presentations to view at times that work for you
Evidence-based focused weekend lectures
Weekend emphasis on clinical decision making and hands on manual therapy skills
Primarily lab, case studies and professional exchange
Sequenced coursework to emphasize the learning experience
Online discussion board to share ideas, cases and outcomes