PT Clinical In-Service
Before I left clinical on Thursday, I got the surprise news from my CI that I was going to have to complete an in-service before I leave the rotation. The problem is that I am done at that site in two weeks. We had talked about it earlier in the semester and he didn't originally think I would have to complete one, but I guess one of his supervisors told him that it was required. So now I have to dream up something to present to the clinic, and have it done before next Tuesday.
I can't be the first person to feel completely ridiculous about presenting at an in-service. I just can't imagine what topic I could possibly choose that will, first of all, not bore everyone to death, and second will provide them with some sort of new or useful information. At this point in my academic career, I have such a limited knowledge base, so it's intimidating to stand in front of practicing PTs and present clinical findings for a patient case that I have seen once or twice, at best.
Does anyone have suggestions? What topic would provide the best "refresher" for you? Or if you're a student, have you found a way to make the in-service more interesting? I'm pretty desperate for ideas right now, so anything will be helpful.