• Community
    • Open Access
    • Multiple Article Types
    • Equity Initiatives
  • Community

    We provide a forum for collegial conversation and community building, offering opportunities for interprofessional collaborations and contributions from related health professions that are applicable to physical therapy clinical education.

  • Open Access

    JCEPT’s content is freely available without charge to everyone — clinicians, practicioners, scientists, patients, the lay public — without the prohibitive onus of subscription fees

  • Multiple Article Types

    Original research, clinic-related teaching methods, narrative and systematic reviews, critically appraised topics, and clinical or education case reports

  • Equity Initiatives

    We promote the creation of opportunities for historically underrepresented populations to have equitable access to professional growth opportunities and resource. Fee waivers for qualifying Clinicians, physical therapy students, residents, and/or fellows remove barriers to publishing for those without research funding.

New 2022 issue

The first paper of the new 2022 issue of the Journal of Clinical Education in Physical Therapy is now available! How does clinical reasoning develop during residency training? Read the article, download articles for free, or submit new manuscripts at https://jcept.columbia.eduan open-access peer-reviewed journal.  

Entry level caseloads and burnout and grit

Read about current expectations for entry-level case loads and burnout and grit in physical therapy students in new JCEPT articles release this month.

https://journals.library.columbia.edu/index.php/jcept/index

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