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1 University of Indianapolis Body One Physical Therapy: Orthopaedic Clinical Residency

2 Welcome Ryan Cotton, PT, DHS, OCS
Clinical Director, Body One Emily Slaven, PT, PhD, OCS, FAAOMPT, Cert MDT Academic Director, KSPT

3 Clinical Faculty Stephanie Kelly, PT, PhD Clinical Faculty/Instructors
Dean, UIndy College of Health Science Clinical Faculty/Instructors Brian Pease, PT, DHS, OCS Jeff Mestrich, PT, CMPT, ATC/L, (DSc) Andrew Malloy, DPT, OCS, CSCS Punam Shah, DPT Kevin Sanborn, DPT Patrick Christiansen, PT, MHS, OCS, (DHS)

4 What is a Residency? A clinical residency is a planned program of postprofessional clinical and didactic education for physical therapists that is designed to significantly advance the physical therapist resident's preparation as a provider of patient care services in a defined area of clinical practice. (APTA) Focused clinical expertise Fellowship Advanced, specific Follows the medical model

5 Why Residency? Development of clinical expertise
Advanced clinical learning Evaluation Problem solving Techniques Ongoing direct clinical mentorship from high level experienced PTs Preparation for Clinical Specialist exam

6 APTA credentialing University of Indianapolis/Body One Physical Therapy is credentialed by the American Physical Therapy Association as a postprofessional residency program for physical therapists in Orthopaedics We have received accreditation by the ABPTRFE on July 31, 2013 Accreditation is for 5 years

7 Residency Formats Clinical Residency (9 Credit hours)
3 Post professional classes at UIndy compliment weekly learning in the clinic Differential Diagnosis (Ross and Pease) Medical Screening (Boissonault) Teaching Practicum (Independent study) GA work in the entry-level DPT program will yield tuition remission

8 Why our Residency? Done in person, not as a distance format
Includes teaching/graduate assistant component GA in musculoskeletal sequence at UIndy Exposure to direct classroom teaching Experience and training as a clinical mentor for entry level interns Expert faculty to which you consistently have access Credits towards a post professional degree Includes interdisciplinary learning with physicians Ongoing collection and analysis of clinical outcomes data

9 Yearly schedule Jun July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar April May
Assessment UQ Exam LQ Exam Final Capstone Defense Clinical Module Clinical Orient And Ortho mgmt Shoulder Cervical TMJ E,W,H Lumbar SIJ Hip Thoracic Knee Foot Ankle Rheum Peds Outcomes Post Prof Class Med Screen Diff Dx Teach Practic Extras Discussion groups, journal club, observations, reading assignments, research, rounds GA Msk 1: Msk III: Msk II: 651

10 Clinical Didactic/Lab
Weekly schedule Clinic based learning Regional didactic/lab teaching Rounds/case study (weekly review of pts with mentors) Clinical mentoring (scheduled with mentors 15-60’ multiple times/wk) Interdisciplinary time with MDs Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday AM Case Study/Rounds Clinical Practice Ortho GA PM Clinical Mentored Clinical Didactic/Lab Clinical Mentored

11 Monthly Calendar Example
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 Case Study 3 4 5 Knee-Anat&Biomech (JM) 6 GA am 7 Clinic with Ortho pm 8 9 Rounds 10 11 12 Knee-Exam (JM) 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Knee-Intervention (JM) 20 21 Surgery with Ortho 22 23 24 25 26 Knee-Lit Review Inservice (PC) 27 28 Case presentation

12 Evaluation of the resident
Written exams and Practical exams Upper quarter Lower quarter Final Professional capstone project Case study, clinical research, university lab research Weekly case studies or rounds GA evaluation Post professional course grading Resident will also evaluate the faculty, mentors, and program

13 Our next resident Qualifications Excellent ortho background
Will need letters of rec Dedicated to life long learning and professional responsibility Values private out-patient orthopaedic practice

14 Resident’s compensation
The resident will receive salary for patient care from Body One equal to 70-75% of a new grad (~$40,000) .8 FTE in clinic (Practice/Mentoring/Didactic/Interdisciplinary time) Insurance benefits provided by Body One Graduate assistantship at UIndy will cover at least 9 credits earned Can apply for loan deferment

15 How do you apply? KSPT website Interview with selection committee
Orthopaedic Clinical Residency link CV 2 letters of reference (Ortho instructor and CI) Transcripts Letter of interest Interview with selection committee In the process of transitioning to PT-CAS

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