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Mizzou Physical Therapy Highlighted at the Educational Leadership Conference

Congratulations to the physical therapy faculty and students who recently presented research on the scholarship of teaching and learning at the virtual Educational Leadership Conference through the American Physical Therapy Association in October. Mizzou was well represented at this national event, with five presentations exploring ways to enhance outcomes on teaching and learning in physical therapy education.

Please see below for a list of presentations by physical therapy faculty and students:



Differences in Self-Reported Health Literacy Practices Amongst First, Second, and Third-Year Physical Therapy Students

Briedwell T, Stephens K, Martin DE, Mack K, & Willis BW.

Improving PT and PTA Student Confidence in Roles, Responsibilities, and Communication through Small-Group Intra-Professional Activities

Stephens K, Martin DE, Willis BW & Spielbauer J.

Characteristics of DPT Students…Where Do Our Students Fit in the Master Adaptive Learner Framework?

Bliss R, Bridges J, & Briedwell T.

Scholarship of Education SIG, Education and Pedagogy Consortium

and Clinical Reasoning: Collaborating for Education Research.

Drake S, Gilliand S, Willis BW, Eckert J, Willgens A, & Sebelski C.

Students’ Perception of the Servant Leadership Among Physical Therapy Faculty and the Educational Environment.

Willis BW.

MU physical therapy faculty and students identified in italics.

Kelly Stephens, Assistant Director of Clinical Education
Teresa Briedwell, Associate Department Chair
Dana Martin, Director of Clinical Communication
Kirsten Mack, DPT
Brad W. Willis, Director of Scholarly Activity
Rebecca Bliss, Assistant Teaching Professor
Jeff Bridges, Assistant Teaching Professor