physical therapy students in ICU simulation

UK Health Sciences Creates New Simulation to Prepare Future Physical Therapists for ICU Care

With COVID-19 restrictions still in place, the UK College of Health Sciences' first-year physical therapy students aren't able to complete a normal part of the curriculum: an observation in a UK HealthCare ICU. To introduce these students to care in an ICU setting, UK Health Sciences faculty Kirby Mayer and Deborah Kelly worked with UK HealthCare physical therapist Angie Henning to develop a creative solution: a real-life ICU patient simulation in UK HealthCare's Simulation Center.

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