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Utilize the Guide 1 Use of the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice by Pediatric Physical Therapists A survey to pediatric physical therapists who are members of the American Physical Therapy Association Introduction You have been selected to participate in this survey because you are a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Pediatrics or have indicated that one of your practice specialties is pediatrics. The purpose of this survey is to gather information on how pediatric physical therapists utilize the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice (Guide), Edition 2 . Throughout the survey there are definitions from the Guide , please answer the questions in relation to these definitions. This is your opportunity to share how you use the Guide in your practice. The APTA plans to revise the Guide beginning in 2008. The third edition will be published in approximately 2010. Taking this survey is your opportunity to share information about how you, as a pediatric physical therapist, are using the Guide . This survey is being conducted in partial fulfillment of requirements for a DScPT degree at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science. This survey has been approved by the Institutional Review Board of the University of Maryland. It should take approximately 20 minutes to complete this survey. There is no penalty if you do not choose to participate in the survey. Please follow the on screen directions for completing the survey. Feel free to consult your copy of the Guide as you take the survey. Let us know if you have any questions or comments about the survey! Thank you. Sheree Chapman York, PT,MS,PCS President, Section on Pediatrics American Physical Therapy Association Connie Johnson, PT, MS Leslie Glickman, PT, PhD Investigator Primary Investigator Student, DScPT Director, Post-Professional Programs University of Maryland Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences 14516 South Hills Court 100 Penn St. Room 205A Centreville, VA 20120 Baltimore, MD 21201 (703) 830-6354 (410)706-4543 [email protected] [email protected]
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Utilize the Guide 2 Note: If the respondent exits the survey, the final screen will read: Thank you for participating in the survey Use of the Guide to Physical Therapist Practice by Pediatric Physical Therapists. Your input is greatly appreciated!
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Utilize the Guide 3 Demographic Information 1. Please indicate your sex: o Female o Male 2. Please indicate your age in years at your last birthday: _____years 3. Which one of the following best describes your race or ethnic origin? o American Indian or Alaskan Native o Asian o African American or Black (Not of Hispanic Origin) o White (not of Hispanic Origin) o Hispanic/Latino o Pacific Islander or Native Hawaiian o Other 4. Please indicate the zip code (5 digit) in which you currently reside.
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