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This comprehensive text examines what it takes to progress toward and ultimately become an expert in physical therapy. It explores multiple dimensions of expertise: how expert practitioners develop, what knowledge they use, where they acquire that knowledge, how they think and reason, how they make decisions, and how they perform in practice.
Part I. Studying Expertise: Purpose, Concepts, and Tools 1. Professional Life: Issues of Health Care, Education, and Development 2. Understanding Expertise: Connecting Research and Theory to Physical Therapy 3. Methods for Exploring Expertise Part II. Portraits of Expertise in Physical Therapy 4. Expert Practice in Pediatrics: When Work is Play 5. Expert Practice in Geriatrics: You're Never Too Old 6. Experienced Practice in Neurological Rehabilitation: Experts in the Making 7. Expert Practice in Orthopedics: Competence, Collaboration, and Compassion 8. Expert Practice in Physical Therapy 9. Postscript: The Voices of our Experts - Ten Years Later Part III. Lessons Learned and Applied 10. Expert Practice and Clinical Outcomes 11. Clinical Reasoning and Expert Practice 12. Situated Expertise: The Wisdom of Practice in a Transdisciplinary Rehabilitation Clinic 13. Implications for Practice: Applying the Dimensions of Expertise for Staff Professional Development Part IV. Pursuing Expertise in Physical Therapy 14. Inquiry into Expertise: Future Directions 15. Implications for Doctoral Level Education in Physical Therapy 16. Implications for Practice and Professional Development Appendix: Data Collection Tools
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2nd Revised edition
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