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In researching the amount of writing used both academically and professionally in my college field I was very happy and surprised in my findings The bulk of information I obtained was from interviewing Mrs Nancy Robertson Mrs Robertson is licensed in both physical therapy and athletic training Her degrees include a bachelor in physiology from the University of Wyoming and a masters of physical therapy from Colorado State She is currently active in both of her fields as an employee of the Casper Orthopedic Clinic Academically speaking in this field once all core classes are finished and the specific curriculum classes are being taken essays or any papers dealing with composition are not valid The classes for this specific major include a lot of memorization and reading Most of these classes are of a scientific nature and note taking is all that is really necessary Since so much information is learned most tests are multiple choice or short answer questions Composing papers really never comes up till graduate school Probably the only writing that takes place during school is practicing taking notes similar to how a professional would in this field during and after examinations of patients The formats of notes used in the physical therapy field are called SOAP notes The acronym SOAP stands for subjective objective assessment and plan This form of note taking is used in various fields but in this specific field it is necessary to know what each letter of SOAP is used for Subjective is what the patient tells the therapist is wrong usually referring to an injury The Objective pertains to what the therapist did to help their patients ailment and Assessment is concerned with whether the problem was better or worse after the therapists objective Finally Plan deals with what is to be the next call of action in the case of that specific patient This form of notes is very concise and to the point
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