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Journal of Physical Therapy Education
December 2021 Volume 35 Issue 4
Assessing the Accuracy of Director of Clinical Education Roles/Responsibilities Taxonomy and Matrix: A Delphi Study
“Directors of Clinical Education have an integral role with multiple responsibilities to fulfill as a bridge between the clinic and the academy as well as performing the traditional duties of a faculty member. Work completed by McCallum et al provided a foundational understanding of the DCE's work. Engelhard et al expanded on the foundational DCE study using Watts Taxonomy as a basis to develop the DCE Roles and Responsibilities Taxonomy and Matrix.”
Authors: Engelhard, Chalee PT, EdD, MBA; McCallum, Christine PT, PhD; Murray, Leigh K. PT, PhD
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