Harness the Benefits of Cognitive Science and Data Analytics, Elevate Physical Therapy Program Outcomes
Improve NPTE® first-time pass rates by integrating board prep leveraging learning science into curriculum
Physical Therapy (PT) students must learn and master a broad spectrum of topics to prepare for the NPTE®, which has seen a downward trend in first-time pass rates over the last few years. That is why, now, more than ever, faculty must help ensure that students are adequately prepared for it. If this issue is not addressed, it could potentially escalate the current national shortage of physical therapy professionals.
How can PT schools and programs help cater the estimated 27,000 PTs that the country needs by 2025?
We break down the challenges of PT education in our latest whitepaper and analyze how data analytics, used in tandem with research-proven cognitive learning strategies, can lead to ideal program and exam outcomes.
Download and discover:
- Why data-centric tools and integrated board exam preparation are essential to overcome challenges in PT education and steer program success
- How to help PT students achieve more efficient, effective learning and exam prep through resources powered by cognitive science strategies
- The powerful effects of research-proven learning methodologies that align with the brain’s natural functions