Department| Volume 30, ISSUE 4, e13, October 2017

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Hand Therapy Content for Entry-Level Physical Therapist Education Programs: A Survey Study

      The purpose of entry-level physical therapy education is to prepare individuals with knowledge and skills needed for a variety of practice environments. Hand therapy is one area that PTs can pursue following entry-level education. It is difficult for educators to include specialty areas in entry-level education but some content should be included. The purpose of this study was to establish guidelines for delivery of hand therapy content in entry level education.
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