Clinical practicum definition

Clinical practicum means that a student is providing hands-on massage therapy to members of the public under the supervision of a current registered massage therapy instructor. That instructor must be physically present on the premises for advice and assistance. The student must be enrolled at a registered massage therapy school or being trained by a registered massage therapy instructor. Clinical practicum does not include classroom practice.
Clinical practicum means the experience acquired by an individual who is completing course work in audiology or speech-language pathology, while supervised by a licensed audiologist, a licensed speech-language pathologist, or an individual holding a CCC, by assessing, diagnosing, evaluating, screening, treating, and counseling individuals exhibiting speech, language, cognitive, hearing, or communication disorders.
Clinical practicum means hands-on massage therapy provided to members of the public by a student who is enrolled at a massage therapy school and is under the supervision of an instructor who is an Iowa-licensed massage therapist, is physically present on the premises and is available for advice and assistance. “Clinical practicum” does not include classroom practice.

Examples of Clinical practicum in a sentence

This term is used interchangeably with clinical faculty.• Clinical practicum: engaging learning experiences, or field experience, with actual clients in a variety of settings (AACN, 1998).

More Definitions of Clinical practicum

Clinical practicum means the portion of a massage therapy
Clinical practicum definition ( NMAC) means a student enrolled at a Registered Massage Therapy School who is providing hands-on massage therapy to members of the public under the supervision of a registered Massage Therapy Instructor who is physically present in the premises and is physically available for advise and assistance. Clinical Practicum does not include classroom practice.

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