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Both the Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy Departments at Boston Children's Hospital offers a variety of clinical educational opportunities to entry-level students in both professional and assistant programs. Since Boston Children's Hospital is a specialized pediatric facility, affiliates should be completing the last clinical affiliation of their program, or a clinical internship, and have a genuine interest in pediatrics. Boston Children's Hospital traditionally accepts students from the academic programs within the New England region. However, affiliates from other programs are welcome and encouraged to apply. Post-professional educational opportunities are provided upon special request. Requests for entry-level clinical education experiences should be initiated by the Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education at the academic institution.
Initial inquiry should be directed to:
Christine Ploski, PT, MS, PCS, MAc, LicAc
Physical Therapy Department
Boston Children's Hospital
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
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