Provides therapists a means to share information on orthopaedic topics and further their professional growth.
A federal grant is providing Ambrose health science students more than $400,000 in scholarship funds.
Over 90% agreed or strongly agreed they were better prepared to address issues across multiple systems via enhanced clinical reasoning, and over 95% felt they were more scholarly and reflective practitioners after the completion of the program.
The Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy Departments have all begun to use patient simulators throughout the curriculum, and students are reporting a greater ability to respond and react to a variety of medical situations.
A dream come true, Jim’s Place is a testament to the way Ambrosians work to meet community needs and to dramatically improve life for others.
Jon Turnquist and MOT Professor Phyllis Wenthe, PhD, believed that a more hands-on experience could do even more to benefit both their students and the community.