Educational Research in ND

Saturday, September 07, 2019 1:21 PM | Lyndsi Klundt (Administrator)

Physical Therapy educational research is alive and well in North Dakota! Currently, all three DPT programs simultaneously have a publication with the Journal of Physical Therapy Education.

At the University of Jamestown, Dr. Mitch Wolden and Dr. Brittany Anderson published a case report titled, “Enhancing pediatric education for physical therapy students through the development of community partnerships to facilitate experiential learning: A case report.”

At the University of North Dakota, Dr. Renee Mabey, Dr. Peggy Mohr, and Dr. Thomas Mohr published a research report titled, “Physical therapist student use of social media and perceptions of professional behaviors regarding social media postings.”

At the University of Mary, Dr. Mary Dockter, Dr. Heather Lundeen, and Dr. Michael Parker published a method/model presentation titled, “An interprofessional geriatric experiential learning experience: Its impact on physical and occupational therapist students.”

Congratulations to all of the authors on your hard work and dedication to advancing the physical therapy profession!


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