Using the SNAPPS Model to Develop Student Physical Therapist Decision Making Skills during New Patient Encounters in the Outpatient Clinic

Patti Berg-Poppe, PT, MPT, PhD, Matt Dewald, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, Becca Jordre, PT, DPT, GCS, Joy Karges-Brown, PT, EdD, Adam Ladwig, PT, DPT

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1 Comment on “Using the SNAPPS Model to Develop Student Physical Therapist Decision Making Skills during New Patient Encounters in the Outpatient Clinic

  1. Great poster!

    The SNAPPS model appears to be effective and useful in the CI to SPT relationship during clinical to promote clinical decision making skills. Is the SNAPPS model, or something similar, used in the classroom to promote SPT clinical reasoning and simulate this type of learning between the professors and students? If so, has it been found to be as effective in the classroom as it is out in the clinic?

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