Professional Values Are Implicit in Written Reflections by DPT Students in a Short-Term International Service Learning Course.

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Summary of "Professional Values Are Implicit in Written Reflections by DPT Students in a Short-Term International Service Learning Course."

International service learning (ISL) courses within physical therapy (PT) education programs are designed, in part, to promote the development of professional values. Assessment of students' professional values, however, is a challenge for educators.


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Name: Journal of allied health
ISSN: 1945-404X
Pages: 183-189


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