Sponsored by the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Howard University
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Occupational Therapy Department – Room 320
516 Bryant St. NW
Washington, DC 20059
9:00a – 1:00p
Breakfast and course materials are included in cost of course.
Parking is free (on Bryant St between
4th & 6th Sts NW)
Speakers: Sylvia H. Anderson, MBA, OTR/L, Academic Fieldwork Coordinator, Howard University
Jan J. Jaskulski, MS, OTR/L, Fieldwork Coordinator, the Johns Hopkins Hospital
Cost: $25.00 per registration (please submit attached registration form by email or mail)
Goals and Objectives:
The therapist will be able to:
- Define clinical reasoning
- Identify at least 4 strategies that can be utilized to promote clinical reasoning
- Adapt clinical reasoning teaching strategies to accommodate student’s learning style
- Identify 2 tools to assess student’s learning style
- Identify 3 communication techniques which will facilitate clinical reasoning
- Identify ways to measure improvement in clinical reasoning skills
8:30 Registration (Breakfast)
9:00a Review of course objectives
9:15a Clinical Reasoning - What is it? What does it look like in practice? How does it differ from classroom to clinical site?
9:45a Relationship of Teaching/Learning styles
to Clinical Reasoning
10:30a Promoting Clinical Reasoning
11:15a Measuring Improvement in Clinical
11:45p Small Group Activity and Discussion
12:45p Wrap up and Questions
Download the Registration Form HERE
Email confirmation will be sent along with parking information and directions. Please return this registration form by email to: email@example.com
Or by mail to: Sylvia H. Anderson, MBA, OTR/L
P.O. Box 233
Riverdale, MD 20738
Please send payment by cash or check only to name/address above.
For questions, please utilize email address above or call 301-351-0039 .
If you wish to register on-site, please let us know within 48 hours of session.