The NPTE and PhysioU education 2018 update!

“If we focus on building clinicians, passing the boards will come naturally!”
– Dr. Michael Wong, Associate Professor, Teaching and Learning Fellow,Azusa Pacific University Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

As a team of educators, we have been watching carefully and thinking of how to build tools that create critically thinking clinicians… ready for the clinic, yet who are able to pass their board exams at a high rate.

With the new NPTE Test Content effective January 2018, PhysioU continues to evolve app and app content development to set your students up for success.

We have built our apps around the content areas that have the highest number of questions on the NPTE, and we have specifically built apps that develop reasoning which contextualizes information based on common clinical patterns. These apps augment the content delivered in the classroom to enhance deep learning.

Our students have developed a reputation for being very well prepared for the clinic and have had a 100% first time pass rate for the NPTE for our class of 2016 and 2017 (This will be updated as students continue to take the board exams…).

Take your program to the next level with the learning tools of the future!

Please click here to get your complimentary full faculty access or to set up a call with our Chief Learning Strategist/Co-founder, Dr. Michael Wong.


 

Up to 80% of the Board exam content preparation is enhanced by PhysioU’s five star-rated apps!

 
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(Below PhysioU apps cover above body systems.)

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PhysioU: Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation to Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Systems

 
 

PhysioU: NeuroExam to Neuromuscular & Nervous Systems

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(Below PhysioU apps cover above body systems.)

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Coming Soon

Clinical Pattern Recognition: Wound Care  to Integumentary System

PhysioU: Medical Screening to Metabolic & Endocrine Systems, Gastrointestinal System, Genitourinary System, Lymphatic System, System Interaction

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(Below PhysioU apps cover above nonsystems.)

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PhysioU: Assistive devices/Transfers/Gait training (CSM 2018) to Equipment, Devices, & Technologies & Safety & Protection

 

Coming Soon

PhysioU: Modalities to Therapeutic Modalities


Please click here to get your full faculty access to test out PhysioU today.

 

 

Source: FSBPT. NPTE-PT Test Content Outline, effective January 2018 (PDF)