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Kimberley S. Scott, PT, DPT, PhD

Assistant Professor

Kimberley Scott

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BOYN - Boyne

Kimberley S. Scott, PT, DPT, PhD

Assistant Professor

Teaching Interests

  • Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization, Biomedical Clinical and Translational Science, The Ohio State University

Research Focus

Pediatric neurorehabilitation, Intervention fidelity, Parent-reported measures, Parent engagement, Enactment of home programs, Pediatric physical therapy education

Department

Physical Therapy

Position

Assistant Professor

Articles

  • Pediatric Physical Therapy
    Comparing Domain-Specific Self-Efficacy in Pediatric Physical Therapy Education across Classroom-Based, Online, and Hybrid Curriculum Designs
    34(3), p. 391-398 2022
  • Physical Therapy
    Using the PODCI to Measure Motor Function and Parent Expectations in Children with CP
    101(12), p. pzab215 2021
  • Pediatric Physical Therapy
    Parent-reported PEDI-CAT mobility and gross motor function in infants with cerebral palsy
    33(3), p. 156-161 2021
  • Pediatric Physical Therapy
    Considering Domain-Specific Experiential Learning: Self-efficacy in pediatric physical therapy education
    33(3), p. 163-169 2021
  • Developmental Neurorehabilitation
    The relationship between parent-reported PEDI-CAT mobility and gross motor function in children with cerebral palsy: a brief report
    23(2), p. 140-144 2020
  • Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics
    Preliminary Validity and Reliability of the Behavioral Signs of Respiratory Instability Scale as an Assessment Tool during Developmental Interventions for Infants with Bronchopulmonary Dysplagia -0001
  • Medical Teacher
    Utilizing online teaching strategies to improve student outcomes in a large asynchronous online medical terminology course -0001

Publications

  • Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    Parent engagement in home-based, parent-delivered pediatric rehabilitation for infants
    64(S3), p. 69 2022
  • Pediatric Physical Therapy
    Commentary on ‘Early Spontaneous Movements in Infants with Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy’
    33(1), p. 23 2021
  • Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    Parent-reported Motor Function Using PEDI-CAT Is Related to GMFM and GMFCS for Children with Cerebral Palsy
    61(S3), p. 213-214 2019

Presentations

  • Scott K, Sakzewski L, Boyd R, Hyer M, Ziviani J, Heathcock J. Parent engagement in home-based, parent-delivered pediatric rehabilitation for infants. Poster presentation: 34th Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Childhood Disability, May 2022; Barcelona, Spain. 2022
  • Scott K, Sakzewski L, Boyd R, Hyer M, Ziviani J, Heathcock J. Parent engagement in home-based, parent-delivered pediatric rehabilitation for infants. Poster presentation: Translational Science 2022, April 2022; Chicago, Illinois, United States. 2022
  • Scott K, Sakzewski L, Boyd R, Hyer M, Ziviani J, Heathcock J. Parent engagement in home-based, parent-delivered pediatric rehabilitation for infants. Free paper presentation: Combined 11th Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine and 3rd International Alliance of Academies of Childhood Disability Conference (‘Better Together 2022’), March 2022; Melbourne, Australia, held in hybrid format. 2022
  • Scott K, Young J, Barbee J, Nahikian-Nelms M. Utilizing online teaching strategies to improve student outcomes. Oral presentation: Ohio State University College of Medicine 2022 Annual Education Symposium, January 2022; held virtually 2022
  • Scott K, Young J, Barbee J, Nahikian-Nelms M. Utilizing online teaching strategies to improve student outcomes. 30-minute educational session: Assessment Institute 2021, October 2021; held virtually 2021
  • Scott K, Young J, Barbee J, Nahikian-Nelms M. Incorporating learning science into instruction to enhance student outcomes in a large, asynchronous online medical terminology course. ePoster presentation: Association for Medical Education in Europe 2021 Meeting, August 2021; held virtually 2021
  • Scott K. Great Expectations: Making parental therapy-related expectations explicit. Invited talk presented at: Physical Therapy Seminar Series, June 2021; Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska, United States. 2021
  • Scott K, Barbosa G, Heathcock J. Using the PODCI to Measure Motor Function and Parent Expectations in Children with CP. Poster presentation: Translational Science 2021, March 2021; held virtually. 2021
  • Scott K, Lewis J, Heathcock J. Parent-Reported Pedi-CAT Mobility and Gross Motor Function in Very Young Children with Cerebral Palsy. Platform presentation: American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, February 2021; held virtually. 2021
  • Barbosa GO, Scott K, Heathcock J. Using the PODCI to Measure Motor Function and Parent Expectations in Children with CP. Poster presentation: American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, February 2021; held virtually. 2021
  • Scott K, Wissinger J, Heathcock J. Self-Efficacy in Pediatric Physical Therapy Education: Considering Domain-Specific Experiential Learning. Poster presentation: American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, February 2021; held virtually. 2021
  • Scott K, Wissinger J, Heathcock J. Self-efficacy in pediatric physical therapy education: Considering domain-specific experiential learning. Poster presented at: The Ohio State University Edward F. Hayes Graduate Forum, February 2020; Columbus, Ohio, United States. 2020
  • Scott K, Lewis J, Heathcock J. Parent-reported Motor Function Using PEDI-CAT Is Related to GMFM and GMFCS for Children with Cerebral Palsy. Poster presented at: American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine 73nd Annual Meeting; September 2019; Anaheim, California, United States. 2019
  • Scott K, Lewis J, Heathcock J. GMFCS, GMFM, and Parent-Reported PEDI-CAT: Relationship among motor assessments for children with CP. Poster presented at: 31st Annual Meeting of the European Academy of Childhood Disability, May 2019; Paris, France. 2019
  • Scott K, Lewis J, Heathcock J. Parent-Reported PEDI-CAT, GMFM, and GMFCS for Very Young Children with Cerebral Palsy. Poster presented at: Cerebral Palsy Foundation Implementation of Early Detection and Intervention for Cerebral Palsy Conference, April 2019; Columbus, Ohio, United States. 2019