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September 2013 - Posts

Journey of a DPT Student

Difficult Personalities
by Lauren Rosso
In general, I consider myself a patient person. And I truly do love to make connections with my patients, no matter how difficult some of them may be. I actually pride myself on it. But sometimes, no matter how hard I try, patience eludes me. Take, for Read More...
Taking Advantage of Unique Opportunities
by Lauren Rosso
I only have six weeks left at my current clinical (which, in the end, will be six months long). I'm working in a very large urban hospital, and I regret to say that I only know two floors in the entire place. As I see more and more patients and learn Read More...
Dedication to the PT Profession
by Lauren Rosso
If there's one thing that holds true for inpatient rehab, it's that something is bound to go wrong with discharge planning. This is what I took away from clinical this week. When 4:45 came around on Friday afternoon and I was finally putting together Read More...
The DPT Growing Process
by Lauren Rosso
With my CI leaving for a weeklong beach trip and three-quarters of our caseload being discharged this week, I'm suddenly finding myself in a decision-maker's role for planning and coordinating their departure from inpatient rehab. If these responsibilities Read More...
Data Collection and Outcome Measures
by Lauren Rosso
As part of our final requirements for the DPT program, we participate in a data-collection project throughout the course of our year-long affiliation. I've blogged about this before, but for those of you who aren't familiar, it's one huge project that Read More...


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