The Importance Of The Future Physical Therapist
Therefore, it has become very important for APTA and many insurance companies that PTs use evidence based practices when treating patients. When applying the BORE model to this element of Vision 2020, the rewards include: using proven treatments to improve patient’s condition and PT experience, saving patient and therapist time, along with increasing productivity of PT sessions. While a risk would be, not using a treatment that may have been beneficial for certain patients based on poor and/or minimal research. However, the odds of success with the use of evidence based practices, has increased with the further research and improved educational requirements of therapist that include research courses. Which ultimately leads to a decreased effort, for implementing evidence based practice.
In the end, the BORE model of motivation can be used in improving the field of PT. First, by allowing professionals to assess the APTA’s goals. Then by evaluating these goals for their benefits, odds, risks and effort required. Which can then be used to explain the important and the likelihood of achieving these goals to health professionals, patients and even legislators. Along with the minimized risk and effort that may be required to obtain these …show more content…
Of 15 peer-reviewed articles measuring the effectiveness of IPE compared to no educational intervention, 7 indicated produced positive outcomes. Examples of these are, “diabetes care, ER culture, patient satisfaction, collaborative team behavior, reduction of clinical error rates for ER, management of care delivery in domestic violence cases and mental health practitioner competence for patient care delivery”, (Reeves, Perrier, Goldman, Freeth, Zwarenstein, 2015). Thus, supporting that IPE is successful and should be continued. While 4 articles found that IPE leads to positive and neutral outcomes for patient care. Leading to the conclusion that IPE may be beneficial or may have little success in developing well educated interdisciplinary teams. However, 4 articles reviewed did find that IPE had no impact on the professional practice or patient care. Meaning that IPE was not successful in these trials. Therefore, the authors left the idea of IPE up to interpretation until more evidence is found to back the