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Gail M . Jensen, PT, PhD, FAPTA

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School of Pharmacy and Health Professions
Doctor of Physical Therapy - Omaha
Medical Humanities
Faculty - Pharmacy, OT, PT
CIPER Administrative Council
Physical Therapy Faculty
BOYN - Boyne

Gail M . Jensen, PT, PhD, FAPTA

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Professor

Gail M. Jensen, PT, PhD, FAPTA, FNAP
 
Dr. Jensen is Vice Provost for Learning and Assessment, Dean Emerita, and Professor of Physical Therapy at Creighton University.  She is known nationally and internationally for scholarly contributions in expert practice, clinical reasoning, professional ethics, and interprofessional education.  Dr. Jensen is author or coauthor of more than 90 publications in peer-reviewed journals and has coauthored 13 books, including the fourth edition of Clinical Reasoning in the Health Professions (Higgs, Jensen, Loftus, Christensen), Educating Physical Therapists,  and in 2020, Clinical Reasoning and Decision Making in Physical Therapy.  She led the research team that completed a National Study of Excellence and Innovation in Physical Therapist Education funded by the American Physical Therapy Association and several APTA components.  She serves on a number of editorial boards and most recently became an associate editor for The Clinical Teacher.  Dr. Jensen received her PhD in educational evaluation with a minor in sociology from Stanford University. She holds a master’s degree in physical therapy from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Minnesota.
 

Research Focus

Expert practice, clinical reasoning, professional ethics, health professions education, and interprofessional education.

Department

Physical Therapy

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Professor

Books

  • Rehabilitation Ethics for Interprofessional Practice
    Greenfield B, Jensen GM Informed consent: Decision making capacity and Shared Decision Making. Chapter 4 in Swisher L, Royeen CB:, p. 81-96 2020
  • Slack Inc.
    Mussolino G, Jensen GM (eds). Clinical Reasoning in Physical Therapy. Slack Inc. (projected publication - 2019) (author/co-author 3 chapters of 24 chapter text) (in press; out in fall 2019; 2020 copyright)  2019
  • Slack Incorporated
    Jensen, G., Mostrom, E. Hack, L., Nordstrom, T. and Gwyer, J.:   Educating Physical Therapists 2018
  • Elsevier Publishing
    Higgs J, Jensen GM, Christensen N, Loftus S.(eds) Clinical Reasoning in the Health Professions, 4th ed. Philadelphia, PA; Elsevier Pub, (available October 2018) 2019 copyright. 2018
  • Slack, Inc.
    Jensen GM, Nordstrom T, Hack L, Gwyer J, Mostrom E.  Excellence in Physical Therapist Education.  Slack Inc. Thoroughfare, NJ. 2019 (17 chapter text based on Carnegie like study -National Study of Excellence and Innovation in Physical Therapist Education;  Foreword written by Lee Shulman, President Emeritus Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; Charles E. Ducommn Professor of Education, Emeritus, Stanford University) 2017
  • Elsevier
    Higgs J, Jensen GM, Christensen, N, Loftus S (eds) Clinical Reasoning in the Health Professions, 4th Edition (under contract) 2017
  • Sense Publishers
    Jensen GM, Patton N. Developing Capability for Ethical Courage in Clinical Workplaces. Professional Practice Marginalia. Higgs J, Trede F (eds). (in press) 2016
  • Sense Publishers
    Jensen GM, Delany C. The Discourse on Ethics and Expertise in Professional Practice. Professional Practice Marginalia. Higgs J, Trede F (eds). (in press) - 2 chapters 2016
  • Elsevier
    Jensen GM, Mostrom E. (eds). Handbook of Teaching for Physical Therapists. 3rd ed. 2013
  • Sense Publishers
    Higgs J, Sheehan D, Baldry Currens J, Letts W, Jensen GM (eds). Realizing Exemplary Practice-based Education. 2012
  • Kendall Hunt Publishing Compnay
    Goulet C, Doll J, Cochran T, Jensen G, Royeen C. Interprofessional Scholarship, Service and Education: A Sustainable Model for Scholarship of Engagement. In Harter L, Hamel-Lambert J, Millesen J (eds). Participatory Partnerships: For Social Action and Research. 2011
  • Elsevier
    Jensen GM, Royeen C. Chapter on Education of Professionals: Professions-Health-related, International Encyclopedia of Education. 3rd edition. Baker,McGraw, Peterson (eds). 2010
  • Jones and Bartlett
    Royeen C, Jensen G, Harvan R. (eds). Leadership in Interprofessional Education, Research and Practice.(author/co-author: 5 chapters out of 27 chapter text) 2009
  • Butterwoth-Heinemann
    Shepard K, Jensen G (eds): Handbook of Teaching for Physical Therapists, 2nd ed;

Articles

  • Journal of Physical Therapy Education
    Reilly M, Furze J, Black L, Knight H, Niski, J, Peterson J, Jensen G Development of a Clinical Reasoning Learner Blueprint: A guide for teaching, learning and assessment.
    36, p. 43-50 2022
  • Physical Therapy
    Hartley, G, Rapport MJ, Osborne R, Briggs M, Jensen G Residency education: Is it now or never?
    101, p. 1-4 2021
  • Journal of Interprofessional Care
    Dow AW, Pfeifle A, Blue A, Jensen GM, Lamb G. Do we need a signature pedagogy for Interprofessional Education? , p. 649-653 2021
  • Physiotherapy Theory & Practice
    Haugland M, Aanes M, Jensen, G, Salih O Norweigian physiotherapy teacher's experience from working in a partnership project in Sudan; A case study approach. 2021
  • Physical Therapy
    Osborne, R, Janson, C, Black, L, Jensen, GM Motivations to pursue physical therapy residency training: A Q-methodology study of stakeholders perspectives
    100, p. 57-72 2020
  • Physical Therapy
    Blanton S, Greenfield B, Jensen, GM, Swisher L, Kirsch N, David C, Purtilo, R Can reading Tolstoy Make us Better Physical Therapists? The Role of the Health Humanities in Physical Therapy.
    100, p. 885-889 2020
  • Jones and Bartlett
    Greenfield B, Jensen GM.  Informed consent: Decision Making Capacity and Shared Decision Making. Chapter 4. In Swisher L, Royeen CB (eds). Rehabilitation Ethics for Interprofessional Practice. Jones and Bartlett Pub.2020; pp 81-96; and Jensen GM, Royeen CB: Foreword  2019
  • Coppard B, Jensen GM. Futility in Rehabilitation: A Therapist’s Perspective.  Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2019;11(4):  , p. 420-428 2019
  • Sense Publishing
    Jensen GM, Patton N. Developing Capability for Ethical Courage in Clinical Workplaces. Developing Practice Capability: Transforming Workplace Learning Spaces. Patton N, Higgs J, Trede F (eds). Sense Publishers, 2018; pp191-198. 2018
  • Sense Publishers
    Jensen G, Delany C.  The Discourse on Ethics and Expertise in Professional Practice.  In Patton N, Higgs J, Smith M (eds). Developing Practice Capability.  Brill/Sense Publishers. 2018;pp 191-198.  2018
  • Furze J, Greenfield B, Barra JB, Geist K, Gale J,  Jensen GM. Clinical narratives in residency education: Exploration of the learning process. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice. 2018; 1-16. 10.1080/09593985.2018.1472686.  2018
  • Nesbit K, Jensen GM, Delany C. The active engagement model of applied ethics as a structure for ethical reflection in the context of course-based service learning. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice. 2017. DOI: 10.1080/09593985.2017.1368759 2017
  • Chesbro S, Jensen GM, Boissonnault W. Entrustable Professional Activities as a Framework for Continued Professional Competence: Is Now the Time? Phys Ther. pzx100, 2017
  • Jensen GM, Hack L, Nordstrom T, Gwyer J, Mostrom E. National study of excellence and innovation in physical therapist education: Part 2: call for reform. Phys Ther. 2017; 97:875-888., p. 875-888 2017
  • Jensen GM, Nordstrom T, Mostrom EM, Hack LM, Gwyer J. A national study of excellence and innovation in physical therapist education: Part 1 – design, methods, and results. Phys Ther. 2017;97:857-874., p. 857-874 2017
  • Physical Therapy
    Jensen GM, Nordstrom, T. Segal R, McCullum C, Graham, C Greenfield B., Education Research; Visions of the Possible
    96, p. 1874-1884 2016
  • Physical Therapy
    Furze J, Tichenor CJ, Fisher B, Jensen GM, Rapport MJ     Physical therapy residency and fellow ship education: reflections on the past, present and future.
    96, p. 949-960 2016
  • Physical Therapy
    Greenfield B, Jensen GM, Delany C, Mostrom E. The Power and Promise of Narrative for Advancing Physical Therapist Education and Practice.
    95;95, p. 924-933 2015
  • Journal of Physical Therapy Education
    Furze J, Black L, Hoffman J, Barr JB, Cochran T, Jensen G. Exploration of Students’ Clinical Reasoning Development in Entry-Level Physical Therapy Education.
    29(3), p. 22-33 2015
  • Journal of Physical Therapy Education
    Furze J, Black L, Cochran T, Gale J, Jensen G. Clinical Reasoning: Development of a Grading Rubric for Student Assessment.
    29(3), p. 34-45 2015
  • Pediatric Physical Therapy
    Furze J, Kenyon L, Jensen GM. Connecting Classroom, Clinic, and Context: Clinical Reasoning Strategies for Clinical Instructors and Academic Faculty.
    27(4), p. 368-375 2015
  • Physiotherapy Theory & Practice
    Furze JA, Nelson K, Ortner A, O’Hare M, Threlkeld AJ, Jensen GM. Describing the Process of Clinical Reasoning: A Pediatric Case Study Utilizing a Model of Enablement.
    29, p. 222-231 2013
  • Physical Therapy
    Hayward LM, Black LL, Mostrom E, Jensen GM, Ritzline PD, Perkins J. The first two years of practice: A longitudinal perspective on learning and professional development of promising novice physical therapists.
    93, p. 369-383 2013
  • Physical Therapy Reviews
    Greenfield B, Jensen GM. Phenomenology: A Powerful Tool for Patient-Centered Rehabilitation.
    17, p. 417-424 2012
  • Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation
    Jensen GM, Randall AD, Wharton M. Cognitive Impairment in the Older Adult: The Role of Ethical Mindfulness. Invited paper.
    28, p. 163-170 2012
  • Journal of Interprofessional Care
    Doll J, Packard K, Furze J, Hugget K, Jensen G, Jorgensen D, Wilkin M, Hardeep C, Maio A, Yongue Q. Reflections from an Interprofessional Education Experience: Evidence for the Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice.
    2012, p. 1-3 2012
  • Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education
    Packard K, Hardeep C, Maio A, Doll J, Furze J, Huggett K, Jensen G, Wilken M, Youngue Q. Interprofessional Team Reasoning Algorithm: A Tool for Case Study Analysis with Health Professions Students.
    2.3, p. 250-263 2012
  • Physical Therapy Reviews
    Jensen GM, Greenfield B. Ethics Education: Developing Habits of Mind Through Pedagogical Content Knowledge. Invited paper
    17, p. 149-156 2012
  • Physical Therapy
    Jensen G.M. Forty-Second Mary McMillan Lecture. Learning: what matters most.
    91, p. 1674-1691 2011
  • Physiotherapy Theory & Practice
    Furze JA, Black L, Peck K, Jensen G. Student Perceptions of a Community Engagement Experience: Exploration of Reflections on Social Responsibility and Professional Formation.
    27(6), p. 411-421 2011
  • Physical Therapy
    Black L, Jensen G, Mostrom E, Perkins J, Hayward L, Ritzline P, Blackmer B. Exploration of the Development of Novice Physical Therapists.
    90, p. 1758-1773 2010
  • J Allied Health
    Jensen GM, Royeen CB, Purtilo RB. Interprofessional Ethics in Rehabilitation : The Dreamcatcher Journey.
    39(3), p. 246-250 2010
  • J Allied Health
    Royeen CB, Jensen GM, Chapman T, Ciccone T. Is Interprofessionality a Threshold Concept for Education and Health Care Practice ?
    39(3), p. 251-252 2010
  • Physical Therapy
    Greenfield B, Jensen G. Understanding the Lived Experience of Patients : The Application of a Phenomenological Approach to Ethics.
    90, p. 1185-1197 2010
  • Physiotherapy Research International
    Greenfield B, Jensen G. Beyond a Code of Ethics : Phenomenological Ethics for Everyday Practice. Invited paper.
    15(2), p. 88-95 2010
  • Physical Therapy
    Delany C, Edwards I, Jensen G, Skinner E. Closing the gap between ethics knowledge and practice through active engagement : an applied model of physical therapy ethics.
    90, p. 1068-1078 2010
  • Journal of Physical Therapy Education
    Hughes M, Laubscher K, Black L, Jensen GM.Use of Deconstructed Cases in Physical Therapist Ethics Education : An Assessment of Student Learning. Recipient of the Stanford Award for outstanding paper in 2010
    23(1), p. 22-28 2009

Publications

  • Physical Therapy
    Jensen G, Jette D, Timmerberg J, Chesbro S, Dole R, Kapasi Z, Lotshaw A. Competency Based education in physical therapy: developing a framework for education 2022
  • Physical Therapy
    Nordstrom T, Jensen GM, Alterburger P, Balckinton M, Deusinger S, Hack L, Patel R, Tschoepe B, Vanhoose L. Crises as the crucible for change in physical therapist education. 2022
  • Physical Therapy
    Timmerberg J, Chesbro S, Jensen G, Dole R, Jette D Competency-based education and practice in physical therapy: The time to act is now.
    102, p. 1-9 2022
  • Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice
    Khalili H, Breitbach A, Jensen G, King S, Maxwell B, Nickol D, Pfeifle A, Gilbert J. Global leadership in IPECP research: an intro to co-creation of best practice guidelines.
    24 2021
  • Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy
    Petersen E, Thumond S, Jensen GM, Severity, Nature, Stage and Stability (SINSS): a clinical perspective. , p. 297-309 2021

Editing and Reviews

  • Physical Therapy
    Jensen GM - Guest Editorial. Time to Shine the Light.
    102, p. 1-3 2022

Presentations

  • Jensen GM, Constanzo C: Engaging the Academies as a Moral Community: Exploring Moral Injury to Enjance Provider Well-Being Across Our Professions' National Academies of Practice (NAP). 2022
  • Jensen GM. 2022 Polly Cerasoli Lectureship - Physical Therapy Education through the Lens of the Master Adaptive Learner. 2022
  • Jensen GM. Connecting Teaching, Learning and Assessing Clincal Reasoning: Developing the Master Adaptive Learner. Workshop - American Physical Therapy Virginia Chapter Conference 2021
  • Jensen, GM. Developing the Master Adaptive Learner: Strategies for Teaching, Learning and Assessing Clinical Reasoning. Workshop - American Physical Therapy Wisconsin Chapter Conference 2021
  • Savory P, Jensen GM, Wilson M. Reflections on Academic Program Prioritization: Adapting for a New Reality. Higher Learning Commission Annual Conference - Virtual 2021
  • Jensen G, Santasier A, Wainwright S, Huhn K, Jette D, McCallum C Education Research: How to Begin Your Journey (Mini Gamer) Workshop; APTA, Education Leadership Conference - Virtual 2020
  • Appling S, Chesbro S, Jensen G, Applebaum D, Larsen D, Meachem C, Timmerberg J. Envisioning the Future of PT Education: Building Our Strategic Path Forward in the Second Century; Education Leadership Conference. October 2020 2020
  • Osborne R. Jensen G, Briggs M, Peterson J, Black L, Christensen N, Hartley G, Kraft S, Rapport M The Time is Now: A call to advance resdiency and fellowship research; Education Leadership Conference - Virtual 2020
  • Pfeifle A, Blue A, Dow A, Jensen G, Lamb G: Graduates who can collaborate: Is it time to rewrite the health profession's signature pedagogy? Nexus Summit 2020 - Virtual Conference 2020
  • Jensen G, Nordstrom T, Mostrom E, Bennie S, Miller D, Darnold T, Sebelski C Exploring Leadership and Excellence in Physical Therapist Education: Blazing A Research Path. APTA Combined Sections Meeting Denver CO. 2020
  • Bliss R, Scholtes S, Schultz T, Jensen G, Gillette S, Can Students Self-Reflection Improve? Exploring the Implementation of a Guided Self-Reflective Intervention. APTA Combined Sections Meeting Platform Presentation Denver CO 2020
  • Osborne R, Jensen G, Briggs M, Chesbro S, Rowe R, Spigel R Exploring the Value of Residency/Fellowship Education: Stakeholder' Views on why Residency/Fellowship Education Matters. APTA Combined Sections Meeting. Denver CO. 2020
  • Jensen G, Peterson J, Furze J, Black L, Jernigan S, Rapport MJ, McDevitt A, Christensen N. A Clinical Reasoning Blueprint: Linking Learning Theories to Curricular Innovations. 2 hours educational Session at the APTA Combined Sections Meeting Denver CO. 2020
  • Jensen GM. Invited keynote speaker.  Learning for Practice: Insights and Opportunities for Education and Research.  OT-PT Innovation Conference.  Creighton University.  June 27,28, 2019.  2019
  • Jensen GM.  Achieving Health Equity: A Seat at the Table or Sitting on the Sidelines, Part 1. Societal Needs.   Catherine Worthingham Forum; American Physical Therapy Association NEXT meeting; Chicago, IL; June 14, 2019.  2019
  • Jensen GM. Graduation speaker, Columbia University DPT Program. “Columbia DPT Graduates - Your ABCs. New York, NY.  May 21, 2019.  2019
  • Jensen GM, Nordstrom T, hack L, Mostrom E, Gwyer J. Physical Therapist Education for the 21st Century: A US Study of Excellence and Innovation in Academic and Clinical Education. Poster presentation, World Federation for Physical Therapy. Geneva, Switzerland. May 14, 2019.  2019
  • Jensen GM, Chesbro S, Nordstrom T, Olson N, Higgs J. Education Research in Physical Therapy: Making the Invisible-Visible. Focused Symposium. World Federation for Physical Therapy. Geneva, Switzerland. May 13, 2019.  2019
  • Thurston L, Cochran T, Nickol D, Rundio A, Pfeifle A, Jensen GM. Advancing Interprofessional Collaborative Practice and Policy Research Agenda: What Questions Must we Answer Together. Washington, DC. April 2019.  2019
  • Jensen GM. Keynote speaker.  The Changing Context of Clinical Reasoning in Physical Therapy: Charting your Path.  Physical Therapy Residency Symposium. University of Miami, Miami, FL. March 23, 2019.  2019
  • Jensen GM. Dr. Marilyn Gossman Lecture. Leadership, Learning, and Legacy: Standing on the Shoulders of Dr. Marilyn Gossman. University  of Alabama -Birmingham, Birmingham, AL. March 7, 2019.  2019
  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting; Washington,DC.  January 2019   Jensen GM, Mostrom E, Hack L, Nordstrom T, Gwyer J, Grossman P, Christensen N, Gilliland S, Covington K.  Signature Pedagogy in Physical Therapy: Concepts and Cases.Chesbro S, Timmerberg J, Jensen G, Chen C, O’Sullivan P, Nordstrom T, Appling S.  Competency-Based Education: Exploring Opportunities for the Future.Christensen N, Black L, Jensen G, Durning S. Case-based Clinical Reasoning: Integration for Learners Across a Continuum.  2019
  • Hack L, Jensen GM,, Nordstrom T, Mostrom E, Gwuer J, Chnacler C, Irons S, Rowe R, Tomlinson S, Applebaum D, Flom-Meland C. . Authentic Voices in Academic and Clinical Partnerships: Making it Work. APTA Education Leadership Conference.  Jacksonville, FL, October 2018.  2018
  • Jensen GM. Conceptual Frameworks; Essential in Qualitative Research. APTA, Education Leadership Partnership. Education research grant workshop- GAMER. Medical University of South Carolina, 2018
  • All Together Better Health Conference IX. Auckland, New Zealand; September 3-6, 2018• Frost J, Jensen GM, Pfeifle A. Interprofessional leadership:Strategic reframing for the future.• Jensen GM, Pfeifle A, King S, Grymonpre R. Advancing the Scholarship of Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice: Learning from Each Other.• Jensen GM, Doll J, Costanzo C, Pothoff M, Guck T, White M, DeFreece T. An Examination of Interprofessional Collaborative Practice and Shared Decision Making within a Structural, Humanistic, Political, and Symbolic Framework. (poster) 2018
  • Danielson MA, Jensen GM, Mangan W. Accreditation Life Cycle: Strategies for Sustaining Momentum. Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting, 2018
  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting; February 2018, New Orleans, LA• Knight H, Furze J, Jensen GM. Resident Mentoring: Exploration of the Teaching and Learning Process through Assessment and Facilitation of Skills. Poster• McDevitt A, Furze J, Jensen G, Rapport MJ. Clinical Reasoning: Understanding Communication, Context and Care.• Hack L, Jensen GM, Mostrom E, Nordstrom T, Rowe R, Bentzen K, Dillon L, Mairella K. Academic-Practice Partnerships: Creating Excellence in Teaching and Learning. 2018
  • Blanton S, Greenfield B, Jensen GM, Kirsch N, Goldberg E. Art and Health Humanities: Intersections, Inquiry and Innovation. American Congress Rehabilitation Medicine, 94th Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA; October 23, 2017.Poster presentation. 2017
  • Blanton S, Greenfield B, Angel N, Jensen GM, Kirsch N, Kapasi Z. Facilitating Interprofessional Education through the Lens of Health Humanities. APTA Education Leadership Conference. Columbus, OH, October 2017. 2017
  • Jensen GM, Hack L, Nordstrom T, Jette D, Craik , Dunn S, Boissonault W. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: The Critical Challenges and Opportunities in Physical Therapy Education and Research. APTA Education Leadership Conference. Columbus, OH, October 2017. 2017
  • Swisher L, Royeen C, Jensen GM. Using the Five Dimensional Model for Interprofessional Ethics. Collaboration Across Borders VI. Banff, Alberta, Canada. October 4, 2017 2017
  • Jensen GM, Webster W, Pfeile A, Godden-Webster A. Advancing the Scholarship of Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice: Impact on Academic Career Development, Collaboration Across Borders VI. Banff, Alberta, Canada. 2017
  • Frost J, Jensen GM, Pfeile A. Framing Interprofessional Leadership: Sharpening our Lenses. Collaboration Across Borders VI. Banff, Alberta, Canada. 2017
  • Jensen GM, Pfeile A, Shrader S. Advancing IPE Scholarship. National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education Summit meeting, August 2017. 2017
  • Christensen N, Jensen GM. Clinical reasoning: Concepts, Structures and Possibilities. APTA Education Section Clinical Reasoning Symposium, Omaha, NE July 2017. 2017
  • Furze J, Jensen GM, Brandon K. Constructing New Approaches to Facililtating Clinical Reasoning across the Continuum of PT Education. APTA Education Section Clinical Reasoning Symposium, Omaha, NE July 2017. 2017
  • Catherine Worthingham Fellows Symposium- PTs Role in Societal Issues- Non-Communicable Diseases - Moffat M, Fritz J, Jensen GM, Saladin L, Paschal K.; Jensen GM - Looking through the Lens of ethics.APTA Next Meeting. June 2017 2017
  • Jensen GM, Hack L, Gwyer J, Nordstrom T, Mostrom E. Educators, not just Supervisors: Enriching the Skills of CCCEs in the VA System. Webinar presentation to VA National Clinical Educators Group. June 6, 2017 2017
  • Jensen GM. Gwyer J. State of Education Research in the Health Professions: Research Agenda Ideas for Physical Therapy. Western Noway University of Applied Sciences. Bergan, Norway. June 2017 2017
  • Chapman T, Danielson M, Graner J, Jensen G, Sus D, Schwery L. Establishing an Academic Planning Structure and Process: The Juxaposition of Workforce Needs, Institutional Strengths and Optimization of Resources. Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting, Chicago,IL; March 2017. 2017
  • Jensen, GM.   Learning and Assessment in Physical Therapy Education; Future of Healthcare Symposium, Chapman University Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences   2017
  •  Jensen, GM.    Building Interprofessional Teams: Strategies for Transformative Change, Research Day,  Touro University, Nevada   2017
  • Lee M, Jensen GM, Mattingly E. Amplify Your Clinical Reasoning: Relationship Guides for Empathy and Expertise. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Antonio, TX February 2017 2017
  • Petersen E, Walk M, Jensen GM. Why wait for Fellowship Training to Learn how to Reason? APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Antonio, TX February 2017 2017
  • Jensen GM, Mostrom E, Hack L, Nordstrom T, Gwyer J. Learning for Practice: Putting the PTE-21 Recommendations into Action. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Antonio, TX February 2017 2017
  • Jensen GM. State of Education Research in the Health Professions: Possibilities for Physical Therapy. Physical Therapy  Education Research Strategy Meeting. APTA Education Leadership Partnership:Action Through Collaboration. January 2017. 2017
  • Jensen GM,  Gwyer J, Hack L, Nordstrom T, Mostrom E. Leadership: The Key to Excellence in Physical Therapist Education:  Recommendations from the Physical Therapy Education for the 21st Century Study. APTA Education Leadership Conference. Phoenix,AZ  October, 2016 2016
  • Segal R, Jensen GM, Nordstrom T, McCallum, Greenfield B, Graham C.   Building our Education Research Capacity: How do we strengthen our foundation?  APTA Education Leadership Conference. Phoenix,AZ, October, 2016 2016
  • Doll J, Ryan Haddad A, Jensen G, Packard K, Potthoff M,  Building your IPE Curriculum Using Bolman and Deal’s Four Framework Approach. National Summit on the Future of Interprofessional Education. Minneapolis, MN August, 2016 2016
  • Jensen GM. Faculty Development and Engagement in Assessment.  Higher Learning Commission Assessment Workshop, Chicago, IL, July 2016 2016
  • Coppard B, Calderon V, Jensen GM. What’s the Value of a College Degree?  Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting, Chicago,IL, April, 2016 2016
  • Swisher L, Jensen GM. Individual and Collective Moral Agency: Transformative Concepts for Interprofessional Professionalism. National Academy of Practice Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD 2016
  • Jensen GM, Mostrom E, Gwyer J, Hack L,  Nordstrom T, Shulman L. Excellence in Education in the Health Professions: What we have learned (Part 2), APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Anaheim,CA, 2016
  • Jensen GM, Mostrom E, Gwyer J, Hack L,  Nordstrom T, Shulman L. Excellence in Education in the Health Professions: What we have learned (Part 1) APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Anaheim,CA 2016
  • Christensen N, Black L, Jensen G, Furze J, Briggs M, Rappoprt MJ. Exploring the Transformation of Teaching, Learning and Assessment of Clinical Reasoning in Residency Education. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Anaheim,CA 2016
  • Segal R, Jensen GM, Nordstrom T, McCallum, Greenfield B, Graham C.  American Council of Academic Physical Therapy Education Task Force- Education Research. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Anaheim,CA, 2016
  • Swisher L, Jensen GM, Greenfield B. Professional Identity Formation, Transformation and Maturation. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Anaheim,CA 2016
  • Blanton S, Swisher L, Greenfield B, Kirsch N, Jensen GM.Voices, Faces, and Relationships:  Using Humanities to Facilitate IPE with the Rehabilitation Professions (Presentation).  Collaborating Across Borders (CAB V) Interprofessional Collaboration. Symposium, Roanoke, Virginia, October 2015  2015
  • Jensen GM, Godden-Webster A, Merritt B, Swisher L, Greenfield B. Transforming Learning for Interprofessional Professionalism:  The Critical Role of Professional Identity Formation AND Moral Agency. Collaborating Across Borders (CAB V) Interprofessional Collaboration. Symposium, Roanoke, Virginia 2015
  • Jensen GM, Mostrom E, O’Brien B, Sullivan P. Workplace Learning: Blurring Classroom and Practice Boundaries,  American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL 2015
  •  Mostrom E, Jensen GM,  Gwyer J, Hack L,  Nordstrom T. Learning through Practice: Navigating Complexity, Care and Competence, American Educational Research Association, Chicago IL 2015
  • Jensen GM, Mostrom E, Gwyer J, Hack L,  Nordstrom T. Learning for Practice: Early, Integrated Clinical Experiences Matter, American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL 2015
  •  Jensen GM, Danielson MA, O’Connor E.  Program Review: Leveraging Structure, Process and Virtual Reality.  Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL 2015
  • Jensen GM, Gwyer J, Hack L, Nordstrom T, Mostrom E. National Study of Excellence in Physical Therapist Education: Emerging Findings, APTA Combined Sections Meeting, , Indianapolis, IN, 2015
  • Greenfield B, Jensen G, Blanton, S, Swisher L, Carey J. Humanities in Physical Therapy: Are We Ready? APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, 2015
  • Furze J, Jensen G, Christersen N, Rapport M, Briggs M. Domains of Professional Competence: Looking Across the Educational Continuum, APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Indianapolis, IN. 2015
  • Hack L, Gwyer J, Mostrom E, Jensen G, Nordstrom T. Promoting Excellence in Clinical Education: Preliminary Findings from the Physical Therapist Education for the 21st Century Study. APTA Educational Leadership Conference, Kansas City, KS. 2014
  • O’Connor E, Delany J, Jensen GM, O’Meara C. Moving the Strategic Plan beyond the Shelf and Into Action. Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. 2014
  • Tichenor C, Jensen G, Matsui I, Hartley G: Mentoring the Clinician Beyond Entry-Level: Skills, Knowledge and Behaviors for Successful Residency and Fellowship Mentoring APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV. 2014
  • Swisher L, Edwards I, Gessell G, Jensen GM. Linking Clinical and Ethical Reasoning in Physical Therapy Education: Preparing Students for the Certainty and Uncertainty of Practice, APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV. 2014
  • Greenfield B, Jensen G. Jampel A., Knab M. Clinical Narratives as a Tool for Exploring and Fostering Professional Development and Critical Reflection- workshop, APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV. 2014
  • Furze J, Jensen G. Clinical Reasoning in Pediatrics Part 1: Laying the Foundation for Facilitating Reasoning Abilities in Students. Section on Pediatrics Annual Conference, Anaheim, California. 2013
  • Furze J, Jensen G. Clinical Reasoning in Pediatrics Part 2: Strategies and Tools for Assessing Student Learning in Entry-Level Education. Section on Pediatrics Annual Conference, Anaheim, California. 2013
  • Jensen GM. Expertise in Physical Therapy Practice: Implications for Professional Development, Distinguished Lecturer Series, University of Las Vegas Nevada, Department of Physical Therapy, Las Vegas, NV, 2013
  • Chapman T, Jensen GM, Danielson MA. Building Organizational Capacity for Distance Education: Conducting a Gap Analysis. Higher Learning Commission Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. 2013
  • Christensen N, Black L, Jensen G. Clinical Reasoning: Making the Invisible Visible. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego,CA. 2013
  • Tichenor C, Jensen G, Matsui I, Hartley G: Mentoring the Clinician Beyond Entry-Level: Skills, Knowledge and Behaviors for Successful Residency and Fellowship Mentoring APTA Combined Sections Meeting; San Diego,CA. 2013
  • Furze J, Nelson K, Jensen G Clinical Reasoning in Pediatrics: Tools for Entry- Level and Residency Education. APTA Combined Sections Meeting; Chicago, IL 2012
  • Tichenor C, Jensen G, Matsui I, Hartley G: Mentoring the Clinician Beyond Entry-Level: Skills, Knowledge and Behaviors for Successful Residency and Fellowship Mentoring APTA Combined Sections Meeting; Chicago, IL 2012
  • Greenfield B, Jensen G. Capturing Practical Knowledge in Clinical Practice through Narrative Inquiry: Clinical Narratives as a Tool for Exploring and Fostering Professional Development and Critical Reflection, APTA Combined Sections Meeting; Chicago, IL 2012
  • Jensen GM. Forty Second Mary McMillan Lecture. Learning – What Matters Most.American Physical Therapy Association Annual Meeting, National Harbor, MD 2011
  • Jensen GM. Interprofessional Education: Ethics, Policy and Care. In Interprofessional Education: All on Board. Gandy J, Jensen GM, Brand B, Gilbert J, Schmidt M. American Physical Therapy Association Annual Meeting, National Harbor, MD 2011
  • Swisher L, Jensen GM Delany C, Adel Ahmad, Praestegaard J, Edwards I. Focused Symposium.Forging Links to Moral Actions: Reaching Beyond Boundaries. World Confederation of Physical Therapy.Jensen G – Ethical implications of social determinants. Amsterdam, Netherlands 2011
  • Tichenor C, Jensen G, Matsui I, Ciolek C: Mentoring the Clinician Beyond Entry-Level: Skills, Knowledge and Behaviors for Successful Residency and Fellowship Mentoring APTA Combined Sections Meeting; New Orleans, LA 2011
  • Sullivan K, Jette A, O’Neill M, Jensen GM. Healthy People 2020: Physical Therapist Roles in Health and Wellness across the Life Stages. Muti-section Program. APTA Combined Sections Meeting; NewOrleans,LA 2011
  • Jensen GM, Mostrom E, Nordstrom T, Gwyer J, Hack L. Advancing Physical Therapist Education: What can we Learn from the Carnegie Foundation Comparative Studies of the Professions. APTA Combined Sections Meeting; New Orleans, LA 2011
  • Jensen G, Huggett K, Haddad A., Sullivan W. Peck K. Practical Reasoning and Faculty Formation: Bridging the Liberal Arts and the Sciences with the Professions. American Educational Research Association Meeting, Denver, CO 2010
  • Danielson M, Jensen G. Building Organizational Capacity for Assessment: A Case Example. 115th Annual Meeting Higher Learning Commission/NCA National Meeting, Chicago 2010
  • Danielson M, Jensen G, Chapman T, O’Meara C. From Silos to Seeds: Coordinating and Building Capacity for Online Learning. 115th Annual Meeting Higher Learning Commission/NCA National Meeting, Chicago 2010
  • Mostrom E, Jensen G, Jampel A, Sullivan M, Knab M, Grove C, Greenfield B. Capturing Practical Knowledge in Clinical Practice through Narrative Inquiry: Clinical Narratives as a Tool for Exploring and Fostering Professional Development and Critical Reflection. APTA Combined Sections Meeting; San Diego, CA 2010
  • Swisher L, Wharton M, Jensen G, Purtilo R, Nelson L, Davis C, Nalette E, Royeen C. Teaching Ethics Education . Combined Sections Meeting; San Diego, CA, 2010
  • Furze J, Black L, Barr J, Ekstrum J, Laubscher K, Jensen G. Beyond our Box: A Clinical Reasoning Progression – Tools for Entry-level, Clinical and Residency Education. APTA Combined Sections Meeting; San Diego, CA 2010
  • Tichenor C, Jensen G, Matsui I, Ciolek C: Mentoring the Clinician Beyond Entry-Level: Skills, Knowledge and Behaviors for Successful Residency and Fellowship Mentoring; Jensen G: Defining Mentoring within the Context of Professional Competence and Developing Expertise. APTA Combined Sections Meeting; San Diego, CA 2010
  • Danielson M, Jensen G. Building Organizational Capacity in Assessment: A Case Example. Higher Learning Commission, Assessment Workshop, Lisle, IL 2010
  • Jensen G, Royeen C, Swisher L, Purtilo R, Nalette E. Working Together to Learn Together: A Model for Building a Collaborative Learning Community in Rehabilitation Ethics. Collaborating Across Borders II. International Conference on Interprofessional Education. Nova Scotia, Canada 2009
  • Goulet C, Cochran T, Jensen G, Royeen C, Harvan R. The Integrative and Interactive Relationships between IPE and Practice. Collaborating Across Borders II. International Conference on Interprofessional Education. Nova Scotia, Canada. 2009
  • Swisher L, Jensen G, Purtilo R, Nalette R. Interprofessional Group Formation and Development: The Dreamcatchers Experience. Collaborating Across Borders II. International Conference on Interprofessional Education. Nova Scotia, Canada. 2009
  • Jensen G: Creating and Effective Learning Environment – Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference. Widener University, Philadelphia, PA. 2009
  • Jensen G: Developing Clinical Expertise. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference. Widener University, Philadelphia, PA. 2009
  • Furze J, Peck K, Black L, Cochran T, Jensen G: Student Formation to Professional Obligation: Applying Key Concepts symposium; Jensen G: Professions and Profession’s View of Self- Where is Physical Therapy?. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV 2009
  • Tichenor C, Jensen G, Matsui I, Ciolek C: Mentoring the Clinician Beyond Entry-Level: Skills, Knowledge and Behaviors for Successful Residency and Fellowship Mentoring; Jensen G: Defining Mentoring within the Context of Professional Competence and Developing Expertise. APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV 2009

Federal

  • Jensen GM (PI), Royeen C, Monaghan M (Co-PIs). Continuous Connection: Consortium for Rural, Intedisciplinary Training. Quentin Burdick Rural Health Interdisciplinary Program.

  • Royeen C(PI), Jensen G (Co-PI/Project Director). Building Community:Collaboration among Occupational Therapists and Physical Therapists with Native Americans in Rural Nebraska. Allied Health Special Project Grant; DHHS; HRSA

Foundation/Association

  • Shepard K(Principal Investigator)Jensen G, Gwyer J, Hack L (co-investigators)
    The Development of Expert Performance in Physical Therapy Clinicians. The Foundation for Physical Therapy Direct Annual costs: $67,523

  • Jensen G, (PI) Lorish C (mentor); Assessment of Patient-Practitioner Views on Cooperation to Treatment: Phase One of Testing Practitioner Use of Cooperation Enhancement Strategies - Arthritis Health Professions New Investigator Grant,

  • Stanford Arthritis Center, Arthritis Success Manual, NIH grant

Industry/Corporation

  • Brown K, Sirles A, Hilyer J, Jensen G (5% effort) (nursing;principal and co-
    investigators) Worksite Education/Exercise for Back Injury Prevention, at University of
    Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama;

Other

  • Jensen G, Coppard B, Cochran T, Ryan-Haddad,A (Co-investigators). Circles of Learning: Community and Clinic as Interdisciplinary Classroom. Quentin Burdick Rural Health Interdisciplinary Program. DDHS; HRSA; Grant #1 D36 HP 03158; Funded, 3 year project;

  • Royeen C(PI), Jensen G (Co-PI). Dreamcatchers and the Common Good: Allied Health Leadership in Community Intergenerational Health. Allied Health Project Grant; DHHS; HRSA

  • Coppard B, Jensen GM, Keefner K, Malone P, Schwery L, Chapman T. Creation of an Electronic Portfolio: A Multi-disciplinary Program Assessment Plan for Web-based
    Educational Programs in the Health Professions, Funded by Creighton University’s Office of Institutional Research and Assessment,

  • Jensen G, Gandy J. Knowledge and Clinical Teaching:Cases from Physical Therapy
    and Pharmacy. Health Future Foundation, Creighton University, $6,916, funded, July
    1994

  • Brown K, Sirles A (nursing; principal and co-principal investigators), Jensen G (investigator;10%) Injury Prevention Research Center - UAB Worksite Education/Exercise for Back Injury Prevention

Awards

  • 2022 Polly Cerasoli Lectureship Award
    The lectureship award acknowledges an individual who has distinguished themself as an educator, administrator, practitioner and/or mentor as exemplified in the professional career of Pauline "Polly" Cerasoli.
    APTA Academy of Education and American Physical Therapy Association
  • Excellence in Leadership Award
    Education Academy Award
    American Physical Therapy Association
  • Nicholas A. Cummings Award
    For extraordinary contributions to Interprofessional health care.
    National Academics of Practice (NAP)
  • Mary Mcmillan Lecture Award
    Nominees must be physical therapists who are active or life members of the association. Nominees must have made distinguished contributions to the profession of physical therapy in the areas of administration, education, patient care, or research. (See definitions below. Definitions are excerpted from The Guide to Physical Therapist Practice, Second Edition, January 2001.)
    American Physical Therapy Association
  • Mary Lucretia and Sarah Emily Award
    The Mary Lucretia and Sarah Emily Creighton Award is presented to a Faculty, Staff, Administrator, or Student, who exemplifies the following criteria: she or he has created an environment supportive of achievement for women; has encouraged women faculty, administrators, staff or students in the development of their talents, or has served as a role model of accomplishment for women.
    Creighton University
  • Lucy Blair Service Award
    Contributions should be of exceptional value to the association: May be in the realm of any area(s) of concern to the association as a whole, or to the association's components; May be those mad http://www.apta.org/WorkArea/edit.aspxe through an individual's service on one or more elected or appointed groups, or in one or more elected or appointed positions, and/or in one or more other capacities at the association level and component level; Will be judged on the basis of the results of an individual's service, and not merely the duration or continuity of that service
    American Physical Therapy Association
  • Honorary Doctorate
    AT Still University
  • National Book Award in Health Sciences
    Reviewers selected by Alpha Sigma Nu judge the books on the basis of the following specific criteria: serious and exact scholarship, significance of the topic and its continuing importance to scholars in several disciplines, mastery of extensive literature, research findings handled with skill and assurance, authority in interpretation, objectivity, readability and imagination. Judging is heavily-weighted toward research and scholarship.
    Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society
  • Alpha Sigma Nu- Honorary Member
    Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society
  • Catherine Worhtington Fellow
    A physical therapist or life physical therapist member of the association whose contributions to the profession through leadership, influence, and achievements demonstrate frequent and sustained efforts to advance the profession for a period of not less than 15 years preceding the nomination for election.
    American Physical Therapy Association
  • Golden Pen Award
    Nominees must have demonstrated superior writing skills in 1 or more articles published in Physical Therapy (PTJ). The writing excellence may be reflected in one particularly unique, classical contribution or in a series of articles designed to develop further knowledge within a content area or conceptualization. Nominees must have collaborated with or encouraged others to make similar contributions or contributed outstanding leadership and effort in initiating activities to improve PTJ.
    American Physical Therapy Association
  • Faculty Scholarly Achievement Award
    The Scholarly Achievement Award is presented to the School faculty member who has exhibited the highest achievement in scholarly activity based on publications, grantsmanship and scholarly presentations
    Creighton University, School of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions
  • Faculty Scholarly Achievement Award
    The Scholarly Achievement Award is presented to the School faculty member who has exhibited the highest achievement in scholarly activity based on publications, grantsmanship and scholarly presentations
    Creighton University, School of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions
  • Faculty Publication Award
    American Physical Therapy Association; California Chapter
  • Arthritis Health Professions New Investigator Award
  • New Investigator Award
    New Investigator Awards are intended to provide the support for young Arthritis Health Professionals such as physical therapists as they initiate independent research related to arthritis. Applicants must be establishing their first independent, self-directed laboratory for whom the institution provides space and other resources. The New Investigator Award provides funding for a period of up to two years and is not for wet bench laboratory research. Suitable studies include, but are not limited to, functional, behavioral, nutritional, occupational, or epidemiological aspects of patient care and management.
    Arthritis Health Professions
  • Dean's Research Incentive Award
    Joint award with K. Shepard, Ph.D.
    Temple University, College Allied Health Professions
  • Marion Williams Scholarship
    Stanford University
  • High Distinction
    Graduate, High Distinction
    University of Minnesota

Consulting

  • Assessment Consultant
    Assessment Consultant/Keynote Speaker
    Jensen GM. Assessment Consultant/Keynote. Assessment and Learning: Myths-Realities-Opportunities. Northwestern Health Sciences University. Assessment retreat. Minneapolis, MN. November 10, 2018.
    Northwestern Health Sciences University
    2018 - 2018
  • Lecturer
    Jensen GM. Reflection: Taking a Deeper Dive. Plenary Speaker.
    Rutgers University Health Science Symposium
    2015 - 2016
  • Lecturer
    Charting your Professional Journey
    University of Incarnate Word
    2013 - 2013
  • Lecturer
    Your road to mindful practice
    University of South Florida, School of Rehabilitation Sciences
    2012 - 2012
  • Lecturer
    Clinical Reasoning in Entry-Level Pediatric Education
    APTA Pediatric Summit
    2012 - 2012
  • Lecturer
    Who will you become? The Professional Formation of a UVM Physical Therapist
    University of Vermont, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences
    2011 - 2011
  • Lecturer
    Jensen G. Challenges and Opportunities in Developing Professionalism with DPT Students. October 2010.
    University of Colorado Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy
    2010 - 2010
  • Lecturer
    Jensen G. Learning to Practice. Academy of Medical Educators. October 2010.
    University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus
    2010 - 2010
  • Lecturer
    Jensen GM. Shaping the Life of the Mind for Practice: Exploring the Role of Reasoning and Reflection. Strulowitz Research Colloquium. Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Sciences.
    University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
    2010 - 2010
  • Lecturer
    "Shaping the Life of the Mind for Practice: Cultivating Reasoning and Reflection" Rehabilitation Grand Rounds
    Emory University Medical Center
    2010 - 2010
  • Co-Lecturer
    Jensen G, Greenfield B. The Role of Narratives in Clinical Practice: Clinical Narratives as a Tool for Exploring and Fostering Professional Development and Critical Reflection.
    Emory University, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences
    2010 - 2010
  • Lecturer
    Jensen G. The Professional Formation of a Physical Therapist: Insights into your CMU Journey
    Central Michigan University
    2009 - 2009
  • Lecturer
    Jensen G: Becoming an Academician: Strategies, Tools and Lifelines. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference.
    Widener University
    2009 - 2009
  • Lecturer
    Jensen G: Exploration of Practical Reasoning: Third Millennium Strategies for Bridging the Liberal Arts with the Professions. 2009 Spring Conference.
    University of Colorado President's Teaching Scholars Program
    2009 - 2009
  • Speaker
    Jensen G. Expertise and Physical Therapy Practice: Invited speaker.
    University of Wisconsin Clinics and Hospitals
    2007 - 2007
  • Speaker
    Jensen G. Expertise and Novice Development: Making Connections. Invited Research Day speaker
    Cleveland State University
    2007 - 2007
  • Speaker
    Jensen G: Challenges Facing Physical Therapy: Emerging and Maturing as a Profession. Invited speaker.
    Cleveland State University
    2007 - 2007
  • Lecturer
    Jensen G. Professional Competence and Expertise: What is the Relationship. Grimsby Competence Forum.
    2007 - 2007
  • Presenter
    Keynote Address
    Qualitative Health Research Conference: Human Understanding and Science, “Looking beyond Challenges and Opportunities in Qualitative Research.”
    Qualitative Health Research Conference
    2007 - 2007
  • Speaker
    Commencement Address
    Commencement address, “Your Professional Journey: Visions of the Possible” University of Arizona School of Health Sciences. AT Still University
    University of Arizona, School of Health Sciences
    2007 - 2007
  • Speaker
    Keynote Speaker
    American Board of Physical Therapy Clinical Specialists. American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Research. Unveiling Excellence in Clinical Practice: The Many Faces of Expertise. Combined Sections Meeting
    American Physical Therapy Association
    2007 - 2007
  • Speaker
    Invited Speaker, Developing and Implementing an Educational Research Agenda: Lessons Learned. Nova Southeastern University
    Health Professions Educational Research Symposiumq
    2007 - 2007
  • Speaker
    Invited speaker, Research Day, Expertise in Physical Therapy Practice
    Chapman College
    2006 - 2006
  • Member Consultant
    member
    Strategic Planning for Education
    American Physical Therapy Association
    2005 - 2005
  • Invited Consultant
    Member
    Invited consultant member Education Strategic Planning Meeting
    American Physical Therapy Association
    2005 - 2005
  • Invited Speaker
    Programmatic Assessment: Strategies for Going the Distance. Invited speaker. Virtual Frontier: Developing and Delivering Health Science Education from a Distance.
    Creighton University
    2005 - 2005
  • Lecturer
    Twenty third Eugene Michels Research Forum. American Physical Therapy Association, Section on Research. Research Strategies for Exploring Expertise; Combined Sections Meeting
    American Physical Therapy Association
    2005 - 2005
  • Lecturer
    Mindfulness in Physical Therapy Practice. American Physical Therapy Association National Clinical Education Conference,
    American Physical Therapy Association
    2004 - 2004
  • Lecturer
    The Wisdom of Practice: The Critical Role of Reflective Thought. Massachusetts General Hospital Interdisciplinary Grand Rounds,
    Massachusetts General Hospital
    2004 - 2004
  • Lecturer
    Theory, Practice and the Development of Expertise: Insights into the MGH Experience, Massachusetts General Hospital Rehabilitation Grand Rounds,
    Massachusetts General Hospital
    2004 - 2004
  • Consultant
    Consultant Rehabilitation Department
    Massachusetts General Hospital
    2004 - 2004
  • Commencement Address
    Commencement address, “An Undivided Life: Images of a Professional” Feinberg School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy and Human Movement Science,
    Northwestern University
    2003 - 2003
  • Invited Speaker
    Scanning the Landscape: The Future of Qualitative Research in Physical Therapy. Invited Speaker. Symposium session on qualitative research.
    World Confederation of Physical Therapy
    2003 - 2003
  • Member Consultant
    Member
    Coalition Consensus: Planning an Educational Research Agenda
    American Physical Therapy Association
    2003 - 2003
  • Lecturer
    2003 Distinguished Lecture for the Department of Physical Therapy, St. Louis University. Development of Clinical Reasoning Expertise: Implications for Education and Practice, Edward and Margaret Doisy School of Allied Health Professions,
    St. Louis University
    2003 - 2003
  • Invited Speaker
    Academic-Community Partnerships: Key Elements of Best Practice. Invited speaker. Diversity Conference: Research Agenda Conference VIII, Association of Chiropractic Colleges, sponsored by HRSA,
    Bureau of Health Professions/HRSA
    2003 - 2003
  • Member Consultant
    Member
    Coalitions Consensus: A Shared Vision for Professionalism in a Doctoring Profession
    American Physical Therapy Association
    2002 - 2002
  • Curriculum/Program Consultant
    Department of Physical Therapy
    Ohio State University
    2002 - 2002
  • Speaker
    15th Annual Midwest Dean’s Occupational Therapy Research Conference 2002, Development of the Scholar’s Way of Doing: A How-to Guide.
    Creighton University
    2002 - 2002
  • Member Consultant
    Member
    Coalition for Consensus for Transitional DPT Programs: Curricular Guide
    American Physical Therapy Association
    2001 - 2001
  • Member Consultant
    Member
    Coalition for Transitional DPT Programs: Core Competencies
    American Physical Therapy Association
    2001 - 2001
  • Lecturer
    Professional development seminar. University of East London, Department of rehabilitation sciences. Expert practice, qualitative research and clinical doctoral education,
    University of East London
    2000 - 2000
  • Invited Expert Consultant
    Health Resources and Services Administration grant, National Conference for Chiropractic Research Workshop V, qualitative research methods.
    Department of Health and Human Services
    2000 - 2000
  • Invited Curriculum Consultant
    Combined Task Force for the APTA Orthopedic Section and American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapists, development of a model curriculum for clinical residency education
    American Physical Therapy Association
    2000 - 2001
  • Speaker
    Research day speaker, St. Catherine’s College, Show me the Evidence: Reflections on Inquiry, Knowledge and Practice.
    St. Catherine's College
    2000 - 2000
  • Lecturer
    Annual Research Lecture, Northwestern University, Department of Physical Therapy. Expertise in Physical Therapy Practice,
    Northwestern University
    1999 - 1999
  • Consultant
    Consultant, Physical Therapy
    Butterworth-Heinemann Publishers
    1999 - 2001
  • Lecturer
    Annual Green Research Lecture. Springfield College, Expertise in Physical Therapy Practice: What, why and so what?
    Springfield College
    1999 - 1999
  • Scholar
    Invited Scholar, State of the Art in Patient Adherence and Low Back Pain, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, 10th Annual Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Lumbar Spine,
    Los Angeles College of Chiropractic
    1998 - 1998
  • Invited Member
    Planning Committee
    Invited member of Planning Committee, DHHS, HRSA, National Conference for Research Agenda III.
    Department of Health and Human Services
    1998 - 1998
  • Invited Expert Consultant
    Health Resources and Services Administration grant, National Conference to Establish the Chiropractic Research Agenda, member of educational research panel; Workshop II.
    Department of Health and Human Services
    1997 - 1997
  • Invited Speaker
    Ethics 2000:Demands for Reflective Practice. (Invited plenary speaker
    Kansas State American Physical Therapy Association
    1996 - 1996
  • Invited Expert Consultant
    Health Resources and Services Administration grant, National Conference to Establish the Chiropractic Research Agenda, member of educational research panel; Workshop I.
    Department of Health and Human Services
    1996 - 1996
  • Invited Speaker
    Invited speaker; Meet the Expert Session: Qualitative Research Methods. National meeting
    Association of Rheumatology Health Professions
    1995 - 1995
  • Member Consultant
    Member
    Coalitions for Consensus: Conference for Normative Model for PT Education
    American Physical Therapy Association
    1994 - 1994
  • Invited Speaker
    Invited speaker: Moving PT/PTA Students Toward Professional Competency; 2) Reflection as a Clinical Teaching Tool;3) Expertise and the Master Clinician: Insights from Research;
    Alabama Physical Therapy Conference
    1994 - 1994
  • Curriculum Consultant
    Curriculum consultation, Department of Physical Therapy
    University of Kansas
    1993 - 1993
  • Consultant
    Course in Qualitative Research Methods; taught by K. Shepard, Ph.D.
    Legitimerade Sjukgymnasters Riksforbund for Physical Therapy Faculty
    1993 - 1993
  • Consultant
    review of education materials
    American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists
    1993 - 1993
  • Consultant
    Curriculum consultation; Department of Physical Therapy
    Creighton University
    1992 - 1992
  • Physical Therapist
    Clinical Practice
    Summer 1989
    UAB Pain Treatment Center
    1989 - 1989
  • Physical Therapist
    Clinical Practice
    Spring, Summer 1989
    UAB Sports INstitute
    1989 - 1989
  • Clinical Consultant
    Clinical consultant/clinical practice, Physical Therapy, Summer 1988,1990
    Montclair Orthopaedic
    1988 - 1990
  • Visiting Lecturer/Academic Faculty
    Orthopaedic Physical Therapy and Clinical Residency Program, Research Foundations Course.
    Kaiser-Permanente
    1985 - 1985
  • Consultant
    design of Back School
    Stanford University Hospital
    1985 - 1985
  • Consultant
    design of musculoskeletal promotional materials, Healthsteps Program
    Blue Cross of California
    1984 - 1986
  • Chair
    Committee on Clinical Education
    DeAnza College Physical Therapist Assistant Program
    1981 - 1981