/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Physiotherapy clinical educators' perceptions and experiences of clinical prediction rules /manager/Repository/uon:28386 n = 211, response rate 81%) supervising physiotherapy students from 10 universities across 5 states and territories in Australia. Results: Half (48%) of respondents had never heard of CPRs, and a further 25% had never used CPRs. Only 27% reported using CPRs, and of these half (51%) were rarely if ever teaching CPRs to students in the clinical setting. However most respondents (81%) believed CPRs assisted in the development of clinical reasoning skills and few (9%) were opposed to teaching CPRs to students. Users of CPRs were more likely to be male (p <. 0.001), have post-professional qualifications (p = 0.020), work in private practice (p <. 0.001), and work in the area of musculoskeletal physiotherapy (p <. 0.001) compared with non-users. The CPRs most commonly known, used and taught were the Ottawa Ankle Rule, the Ottawa Knee Rule, and Wells' Rule for Deep Vein Thrombosis. Conclusions: Students are unlikely to be learning about CPRs on clinical placement, as few clinical educators use them. Clinical educators will require training in CPRs and assistance in teaching them if students are to better learn about implementing CPRs in physiotherapy clinical practice.]]> Wed 04 Sep 2019 10:37:43 AEST ]]> Physiotherapy students' perceptions and experiences of clinical prediction rules /manager/Repository/uon:33220 Wed 04 Sep 2019 09:55:38 AEST ]]> A Delphi study to establish consensus on an educational package of musculoskeletal clinical prediction rules for physiotherapy clinical educators /manager/Repository/uon:35686 Wed 02 Sep 2020 15:53:28 AEST ]]> The preferences of physiotherapy clinical educators on a learning package for teaching musculoskeletal clinical prediction rules: A qualitative study /manager/Repository/uon:36203 Fri 21 Oct 2022 11:37:49 AEDT ]]>