The Rehabilitation Reference Center is a comprehensive collection of evidence-based information for rehabilitation professionals, including Physical Therapist Assistants, to personalize and print at the point of care as well as provide educational resources for those in PTA programs.
This evidence-based, point-of-care resource is for physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists and rehabilitation professionals. With Rehabilitation Reference Center, therapists can access the most current information in their specialty so they can provide the best care to their patients.
Human Anatomy Atlas by Visible Body Features: 3D models that can be studied from any angle and varying zoom levels; On-screen controls for zooming, panning, rotating, and dissecting 3D models of all major organs and systems of the male and female body; MRI & CT scans; Pronunciations and detailed definitions with Latin terms; Augmented Reality enhances learning experience; Dissection Tool provides real lab experience; Hundreds of quizzes; Apps for iPad and Android devices.
This is the definitive research tool for nursing and allied health professionals. With CINAHL Complete, users get fast and easy full-text access to top journals, evidence-based care sheets, quick lessons and more. Take a few minutes to evaluate all that CINAHL Complete has to offer and you’ll see why hundreds of thousands of nurses and allied health professionals rely on this essential resource.
Videos, Care Plans, Core Measures Topics and More. Master nursing best practices with the premier source for evidence-based information designed specifically for nurses. Unmatched in scope, nurses use Nursing Reference Center Plus to get answers to questions quickly, access care plans, watch video demonstrations, strengthen nursing skills, earn continuing education credits and much more.
Of all the health care disciplines, physical therapy may require the widest range of talents and interests. This program profiles the jobs of physical therapy assistant and aide, detailing their responsibilities, essential skills, and differences. The video explores the duties the assistant and aide must perform—such as helping patients under the supervision of a physical therapist, performing treatments according to customized programs, observing and reporting patient behavior, and providing physical and emotional encouragement. The skill set outlined in the video includes an in-depth knowledge of human anatomy as well as the ability to work with ill and disabled people, collaborate with and serve under other health professionals, and maintain one’s own physical fitness, motivation, and organization. Educational requirements are also addressed—most importantly, graduating from an APTA-accredited program. A viewable/printable instructor’s guide containing additional material—including student activities, discussion questions, vocabulary terms, and fast facts—is available online. Correlates to national and state board certification standards. A Meridian Production. (23 minutes)