American Physical Therapy Association-Credentialed Clinical Instructors: A Survey regarding Source of Motivation for Pursuing Credentialing
Coleman-Ferreira, Kimberly W., Millar, A. Lynn, Fogg, Ronald, King, R. Adriel, Journal of Physical Therapy Education
Background and Purpose. The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) promotes clinical education credentialing for clinical instructors (CIs) through the Clinical Instructor Education and Credentialing Program (CIECP). APTA reports that since the program's inception, 34,657 CIs have received Basic CIECP credentialing status, which represents less than half of APTA's membership, and an unknown percentage of non-APTA members. To date, it is not known what motivates CIs to pursue credentialing, or if the motivation is more intrinsically or extrinsically driven. The purpose of this study was to determine the source of the motivational factors for physical therapist CIs who have pursued …
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Publication information: Article title: American Physical Therapy Association-Credentialed Clinical Instructors: A Survey regarding Source of Motivation for Pursuing Credentialing. Contributors: Coleman-Ferreira, Kimberly W. - Author, Millar, A. Lynn - Author, Fogg, Ronald - Author, King, R. Adriel - Author. Journal title: Journal of Physical Therapy Education. Volume: 26. Issue: 3 Publication date: Fall 2012. Page number: 25+. © Journal of Physical Therapy Education Fall 1999. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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