“PREPARING THE 21ST CENTURY STUDENT:
MENTORING TO IMPROVE EMOTIONAL HEALTH”
· What is anxiety?
· What is its prevalence in DPT and PTA programs?
· What are the signs/symptoms?
· What are the causes and is this condition on the rise?
· Are there other mental health issues associated with anxiety disorders?
· How might anxiety influence student’s affective or psychomotor performance?
· What can a clinical instructor do to help a student to manage anxiety during a clinical rotation?
· What is the school’s role in managing a student with an anxiety disorder?
· Are there legal constraints of what can/can’t be done in managing students with anxiety disorders?
· Can grit and/or resilience be measured?
· Can grit/resilience be nurtured?
Stacey J. Hoffman, Ph.D. Heather Kindel, PT, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist Instructional Management and Leadership
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor
Brenau University, Dept. of Physical Therapy Anderson University, Dept. of Physical Therapy
SESSION TO INCLUDE UPDATES ON NATIONAL CONSORTIUM OF CLINICAL EDUCATORS, APTA EDUCATION SESSION, PTAG.
Registration Information: Cost is just $40 per person and includes lunch as well as a certificate for 6.5 hours of continuing competence. To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/georgia-consortium-of-clinical-educators-4th-annual-symposium-tickets-59228286399
Questions: Contact Kathy Schaefer at Georgia Southern University, firstname.lastname@example.org 912-344-3315.
The Georgia Consortium of Clinical Educators
is pleased to host itsFourth Symposium
Saturday, April 27th, 8:00 – 4:00 p.m.,
at Emory University, School of Medicine, Room 130