Please note: This course series is comprised of the following individual recordings: #2499, and #2512.
Part one of this course will introduce physical therapists and assistants to basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary to assist them in communicating with Spanish-speaking patients. Participants will also learn to take a basic medical history in Spanish. Part two will introduce physical therapists to basic to assist them in communicating with Spanish-speaking patients. Participants will review grammar and vocabulary from Part I, learn to take a basic medical history in Spanish, and learn the basic components of orthopedic, neurological and pediatric examination and treatment.
Course created on August 31, 2016
Course Type: Recorded Webinar
CEUs/Hours Offered: AK/4.0; AL/4.0; AR/4.0; AZ/4.0; CA/4.0; CO/4.0; CT/4.0; DE/4.0; GA/4.0; HI/4.0; IA/4.0; IACET/0.4; ID/4.0; IL/4.0; IN/4.0; KS/4.0; KY/4.0 Category 1; MA/4.0; MD/0.4; ME/4.0; MI/4.0; MO/4.0; MS/4.0; MT/4.0; NC/4.0; ND/4.0; NE/4.0; NH/4.0; NY/4.0; OR/4.0; PA/4.0; RI/4.0; SC/4.0; SD/4.0; TN/4.0; TX/4.0; UT/4.0; VA/4.0; VT/4.0; WA/4.0; WI/4.0; WY/4.0
- The participant will be able to correctly state, in Spanish, how to ask a patient to rate their pain on the numerical rating scale.
- The participant will be able to correctly list, in Spanish, the basic anatomical terms: major joints, major muscles, and bones of the skeleton.
- The participant will be able to correctly ask, in Spanish, at least five common questions regarding the following: patient medical history, living environment, past medical history and history of present illness.
- The participant will be able to identify how many U.S. residents speak Spanish at home as of 2013.
- The participant will be able to formally address a patient by introducing self, in Spanish, and by identifying his or her discipline to the Spanish speaking patient.
- In Spanish, the participant will be able to ask a patient basic questions about ambulation, ie "can you walk independently?", "do you require assistive devices?"
- In Spanish, the participant will be able to state instructions for range of motion testing and manual muscle testing.
- In Spanish, the participant will be able to state at least three instructions related to the exercise prescription given to the patient.
|0-10 Minutes||Background and review of learner outcomes|
|10-30 Minutes||Spanish-speaking demographics, prevalence|
|30-60 Minutes||Spanish medical vocabulary and verbs|
|60-90 Minutes||PT evaluation video|
|90-150 Minutes||Inpatient Exam|
|150-170 Minutes||Evaluation Part II|
|170-200 Minutes||Manual muscle testing, range of motion|
|200-195 Minutes||Inpatient Exam|
|195-235 Minutes||Pediatric Exam and Treatment|
|235-240 Minutes||Summary, Q & A|
Sara Pullen, PT, DPT, MPH. CHES
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