For allied health students, anatomy and physiology is a core subject. In order to be successful in their future careers as health professionals, students must be able to understand the structures and functions of the body. However, students struggle with this complex course, each year searching for resources and study tools to increase their chances for success. The plan for the Anatomy & Physiology Review Module originated after hearing this need echoed by both students and instructors.
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Join us for a Discussion of Contemporary Clinical Aphasiology:
Wednesday, March 1st 2PM EST
Hear from authors and experts Patrick Coppens, PhD, CCC-SLP and Janet Patterson, PhD, CCC-SLP as they discuss important clinical issues in aphasia rehabilitation. The speakers will provide a broad overview of current, evidence-based clinical thinking on a variety of topic areas, as well as advice and examples for implementation in clinical practice. Several treatment components will be discussed, with special focus on Generalization and Treatment Intensity. This webinar is an ideal learning opportunity for clinicians, instructors and students.
Historically, textbooks on aphasia have offered little or no in-depth coverage of rehabilitation. Little attention has been given to the complex rehabilitation challenges faced by professionals. Now, these professionals will have an up-to-date resource on modern clinical aphasiology with Aphasia Rehabilitation: Clinical Challenges by Dr. Patrick Coppens and Dr. Janet Patterson.
Fantastic news to share - Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Second Edition by Ilias Papathanasiou and Patrick Coppens just received a perfect 5 star review. Writing for Doody’s Review Service, Karen McVay, M.S., CCC-SLP of the University of South Alabama praises both the text and the online resources.
“This edition incorporates current examples and relevant updates as a result of recent research, while the website resources give readers additional multimedia formats for learning.”
In January, Northern Essex Community College opened El-Hefni Allied Health & Technology Center in Lawrence to help health care students learn by simulating life-like health care and emergency situations.