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Faculty Reviews of the ICE Video Library
"I am thrilled with the video library and the students are engaged so much more when they can see and review how the patient moves, etc. I can't wait to use in my acute care module in January as well. I do hope you are planning to extend this to spinal cord injury, and other neurologic disorders and orthopedic disorders. I think you have a real GEM in this library, but I would like to see more diagnoses. I can see our faculty using this consistently especially with the addition of more diagnoses and orthopedics. I thank you for working with us and assisting our program in being innovative and a step ahead of the others.
Again, thanks for working with us. I do hope you are able to expand your patient library even more. It is truly worth the money."
Jamie Duley, MSPT, NCS
Recipient of the 2009 'Bergstein Teaching Excellence Award'
Associate Professor, Physical Therapy Assistant Program
Delta College, MI
"I teach the physical rehabilitation assessments course and I’m currently using the video library during my lab sessions. I’ve used the videos to not only help the students understand what it’s like to interact with an actual patient, but also to help them learn to grade activities, assess FIM levels and learn how to write treatment notes. Many of the students have reported that using the videos has been a huge help in understanding these concepts."
Amy Matthews OTD, OTR/L
Vice Chair, Department of Occupational Therapy
School of Pharmacy and Health Professions