Madison Kirkpatrick, SPT, Howe Wang, SPT, and your host, Yusra Iftikhar, DPT, discuss gender and sexual diversity, equity, and inclusion in the physical therapy profession.
Welcome to the Pulse podcast. This podcast series expands on notable articles originally published at APTA’s Pulse blog for DPT and PTA students so they can reach a wider audience. In this episode, we talk to Kaylee Van Deusen, SPT, about visual thinking strategies. http://www.apta.org/Blogs/Pulse/2018/11/PodcastArt/
Jessica Baugh often reminds students that they are still students, and that clinical rotations are supposed to be about learning.
In a disrupted health care environment, Sharon Dunn sees vast opportunity for a new generation of PTs and PTAs. (January 2018)
Ryan Johnson works hard, because he loves his work. (December 2017)
Heather Cronin figured out which patient population she loved when she found herself showing up early to her clinical rotations. (December 2017)
Josh D’Angelo knows what it’s like to feel lost, and what it’s like to aggressively pursue what you believe in. (December 2017)
Megan Roos began her career in architecture. But after almost 5 years she realized her career wasn’t aligned with who she was as a person. (November 29, 2017)
As a DPT student, Keaton Ray was struggling to identify her professional passion. Then she got involved in student leadership, developed mentor peers, and figured out when to say yes or no to her many opportunities. (November 2017)