Molly- Heart and Lung Auscultation- Part Task Trainer (PT)
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Molly is a 63-year-old admitted to the hospital one week ago due to an exacerbation of congestive heart failure. You are the physical therapy practitioner assigned to auscultate Molly's heart and lungs.
Recommended time for completion is 30 minutes.

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Diego- DAYC-2 Part-Task Trainer (PT)
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Interprofessional education (IPE) offers a collaborative approach to person-centered care with simulations developed for multiple professions.

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Diego is a 3-year-old who is referred for a developmental screen by the evaluating physical therapist. You are assigned to administer the Developmental Assessment of Young Children, Second Edition (DAYC-2) and report your findings. This simulation is presented in partnership with PRO-ED.
Recommended time for completion is 90 minutes.

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Riley- PDMS-2 Part-Task Trainer (PT)
Riley is a 5-year-old who is referred for a physical therapy evaluation. You are assigned to complete the Peabody Developmental Motor Scales 2nd Ed. (PDMS-2) with Riley and report your findings. This simulation is presented in partnership with PRO-ED.
Recommended time for completion is 60 minutes.

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Carol- TUG Part-Task Trainer (PT)
Carol is a 65-year-old who experienced a cerebrovascular accident. She has been referred for a physical therapy reevaluation in her home. You are the physical therapy practitioner assigned to complete the Timed Up and Go (TUG) Test with Carol and report your findings.
Recommended time for completion is 15 minutes.

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Upper Extremity Goniometer- Part-Task Trainer (PT)
A goniometer is a clinical tool that measures the range of motion of joint angles in the body. This instrument provides objective measurements to help clinicians track the progress of their patients. You are the physical therapy practitioner assigned to complete this part-task trainer of taking goniometric measurements on the upper extremity.
Recommended time for completion is 15 minutes.

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Lower Extremity Goniometer- Part-Task Trainer (PT)
A goniometer is a clinical tool that measures the range of motion of joint angles in the body. This instrument provides objective measurements to help clinicians track the progress of their patients. You are the physical therapy practitioner assigned to complete this part-task trainer of taking goniometric measurements on the lower extremity.
Recommended time for completion is 15 minutes.

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