Program Learning Outcomes
Integrate theoretical knowledge, scientific evidence, and practical skills to mitigate injury risk and optimize human performance for clients of diverse abilities and backgrounds.
Critically analyze and apply research findings in the provision of up-to-date, evidence-based client services.
Effectively use data, information, and technology to support decision-making in evaluating and providing client care and advancing client education.
Collaborate effectively as members of interprofessional teams.
Engage in critical reflection to enhance experiential learning to improve the delivery of client services.
Provide ethical person-centered, compassionate, and caring services to clients and the wider community.
Engage in a personal philosophy of self-care, professionalism, and lifelong learning.
Institutional Learning Outcomes
Practice—Enter practice, enter residency education, or practice in the enhanced role for which they have been prepared.
Ethics, Professionalism, Compassion—Embody their ethical and professional responsibilities to effectively serve individuals from diverse backgrounds, their profession, and society with compassion, caring, and humility.
Teamwork—Communicate and collaborate effectively as members of interprofessional teams.
Structural and Social Determinants of Health—Integrate an understanding of structural and social determinants of health into professional practice.
Clinical Reasoning—Provide person-centered care using sound clinical reasoning informed by evidence from research and practice.
Leadership—Advocate, as agents of change, to improve health and healthcare, especially for structurally vulnerable populations.
Informatics—Effectively use data, information, and technology to support decision-making in complex systems.
Self-Care—Engage in self-care practices for personal health and wellness.