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Physical Therapy: Home

This guide provides information for finding useful Physical Therapy (PT) related resources.

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In this Guide

The purpose of this guide is to organize the most relevant online resources for students and faculty within the discipline of Physical Therapy.

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Understanding Levels of Evidence: How to Limit Your Medline & CINAHL Search

This tutorial is posted with the courtesy to the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia.

Access Medicine: Patient Safety Modules

These online modules will provide you with an introduction to the core concepts of patient safety in an interactive and self-paced learning environment. The current course includes three (3) modules:

Hand washing

Understanding Error

Communication Concepts

Each module can be used as a stand-alone tool or as a component of a broader curriculum in patient safety.

To explore content of AccessMedicine click here.

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Mahnaz Tehrani
Contact:
New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, Medical Library
516-686-3944

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