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Doctor of Physical Therapy


Professional Behaviors

The St. Ambrose PT Program values positive professional behaviors (generic abilities) and works with students to accurately self-assess and strengthen their professional behaviors throughout the program.

Credit is given to Warren May at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Gwneth Straker at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, and Lynn Foord-May at Simmons College for the publication Spring 1995 in the Journal of Physical Therapy Education, Development of a Model for Ability-Based Assessment in Physical Therapy Education.

More information on professional behaviors can be obtained by contacting the Clinical Education Office. The ACCEs appreciate early identification of student behaviors which are of concern to the CI in order that a mentoring/remediation plan may be implemented to the advantage of the student.