Top PTBT Posts of 2015

Wishing a Wonderful year’s end to you all!! As we walk 2015 down the aisle to get married to the past, we pause and reflect on the year, as I hope you all do as well. In the spirit of the season, I have compiled the most viewed posts from the #PTBT in 2015. (As is typical, Dr. Stephen Henry’s posts round out the top views. That guy’s writing has a full passport!) If you read us often, then you will likely have read/seen these top posts. So at the end of this post I’ve also included our least read (for one reason or another) posts for the year. Enjoy!

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A Year in Review

BrainTrust

I will start by referring you to this statement:

… the reflective process [helps in] becoming a better clinical and critical thinker, thereby providing patients and clients with a better experience and better outcomes.

The exercise in containing and writing a thought succinctly and with brevity is a tool that, in our opinion, should be utilized.

Perhaps the process … will aid the reader in challenging their own current ideas, or perhaps reinforce them.

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