If anyone is interested in the actual XMIND file of the above just let me know (was created with, can be viewed and modified with the free version), with the caveat that any modifications you make to it be shared back.
A concept based curriculum focuses on the concepts, knowing that the details are then learned more readily in a practical, real world framework.
I am looking for practicing PTs that might be interested in a meeting (phone, video and/or in person) to discuss their thoughts on what the concepts underlying PT practice are - in particular I am looking for insights you have garnered through your experiences that offer a fresh perspective or insight into practice that you would like to see incorporated into a DPT curriculum (such as I have done with the concept of causation and dynamic inference here in the blog these past 8 months).
For example, the series on differential diagnosis (here, here, here, here, here, here, and here and there may be others) highlights how the concept causation provides a framework for differential diagnosis; the series on clinical reasoning (starts here) highlights how the concept of causation provides a framework for clinical reasoning.
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