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PEDIATRIC PHYSICAL THERAPY AND PRACTICE(1)

This course provides lecture and practicum which cover a wide range of topics related to the knowledge and practice of pediatric physical therapy, including a brief review of motor development and contemporary theories for motor control and learning, general introduction of assessment tools for children, evaluation and treatment for most prevalent pediatric diseases or disabilities, device/equipment for the children with special needs and the role of physical therapist in education settings.

Course Goal
A. Capabilities of employing professional theories
B. Performing professional skills
C. Integrating theories with clinical practices
D. Professional ethics
E. Professional identification
F. Social concerns
G. Life-time learning
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Principle Literacy]
  • Social care
  • International vision
  • [Competence]
  • Professional and transdisciplinary abilities
  • Professionalism
  • Thinking and judgement abilities
  • Language and communication abilities
  • Professional innovation and lifelong learning abilities
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    Course Name
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    Credit Taught in English
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    Instructor
    0107/1 I633110 [PT3017]PEDIATRIC PHYSICAL THERAPY AND PRACTICE(1) 1.0 N ,Hsue, Bih-Jen
    0106/1 I633110 [PT3017]PEDIATRIC PHYSICAL THERAPY AND PRACTICE(1) 1.0 N Cherng, Rong-Ju,Hsue, Bih-Jen
    0105/1 I633110 [PT3017]PEDIATRIC PHYSICAL THERAPY AND PRACTICE(1) 1.0 N Cherng, Rong-Ju,Hsue, Bih-Jen