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Students Present Research at American Physical Therapy Association’s Centennial Event

Feb. 25, 2021

The Department of Physical Therapy would like to congratulate Mizzou DPT students Morgan Woods, Connor Redmon, Jason Cook, Jenna Lawler, Kayley Stock, and Breanna Sitzes on their recent research presented virtually at the 2021 APTA-Combined Sections Meeting (CSM). This year marked the centennial anniversary of the APTA, and the CSM is the profession’s premier event. Congratulations to these outstanding students, as well as their faculty mentors and fellow co-authors.

  • Adapting to COVID-19: Pediatric Physical Therapists and Telehealth
    Authors: Hall JB, Woods ML, Luechtefeld JT. Poster Presentation
  • Differences in Sleep, Pain, and Depression Among Chronic Pain Populations: Implications for Patient Education
    Authors: Redmon C, Willis BW, McCrae C, Craggs J. Poster Presentation
  • Utilization of Rehabilitation Professional’s Self-Efficacy in Concussion Management to Shape Knowledge Translation Intervention
    Authors: Bliss R., Holland L., Gerau M., Fletcher B. Stock, K., Sitzes B. Poster Presentation
  • Early Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy Student Perceptions of Interprofessional Education: Similarities, Difference, and Challenges
    Authors: Lawler J, Cook J, Hall JBCampbell AS. Poster Presentation
  • “You don’t know what you don’t know”: Student Perspectives of an Interprofessional Care Conference Experience
    Authors: Cook J, Lawler J, Hall JB, Campbell AS. Poster Presentation
Jason Cook
Jason Cook
Jenna Lawler
Jenna Lawler
Connor Redmon
Connor Redmon
Breanna Sitzes
Breanna Sitzes
Kayley Stock
Kayley Stock
Morgan Woods
Morgan Woods