PTAT 2210 W03 Class Dates & Times
|1/16/2018 to 4/30/2018||-|
This is a web course that introduces the student to the profession of physical therapy and the concepts of the total patient. Current issues in health care that impact physical therapy are investigated. It provides information about the role of the physical therapist assistant in terms of professional, legal and ethical standards. It also provides an introduction to the concepts of disability, cultural diversity and ethical decision-making. Part of this class requires the student to complete 12 hours of observation in a physical therapy setting under the supervision of a registered PT or PTA. This experience will be documented and satisfy one of the course requirements as well as serving as one of the admissions criteria. Open to all students. (2 lecture hours/week)
Not part of a TN Transfer Pathway.
Effective 2018 Fall Semester, PTAT 2210 will be inactivated.
Bookstores are located on the Roane County campus and the Oak Ridge campus, and both have an online store. Textbook Information for this Course
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In order to register for courses, you'll use the course's CRN (course reference number). See the Web Registration Directions for details.
Do you have a question about this course?
Contact this course's academic department. Be sure to mention the course number: PTAT 2210 W03