Every DPT program is designed to prepare us for boards and make us capable general practitioners. That typically involves cramming massive amounts of anatomy, physiology, pathology, etc. into our brains. One thing that DPT school and most school as a whole doesn’t teach is how to think.
The subject of metacognition or thinking about our thinking has become somewhat of a hot topic in the PT world. We are privileged to have Dr. Kyle Ridgeway, DPT on to co-host this weeks chat on learning how to think and the importance of metacognition.
Kyle is a physical therapist who has written and put much time into the subject. Join us 9 PM EST to discuss with Kyle and get resources to grow as a future DPT.
Blog post written by Zach Duhamel (@zduhammy)
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