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The pandemic isn't stopping high-quality in-person learning, including student-client interaction in the PT Department

The pandemic isn't stopping high-quality in-person learning, including student-client interaction. Thanks to masks, repurposing a larger room into a classroom to enable social distancing, and lapel microphones, our physical therapy graduate students were able to hear first-hand about spinal cord injury and wound treatment experiences from a guest speaker in Professor Linda Riek's Integumentary/Prosthetics/Orthotics course.

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