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Webinar Information

Adventures in linking research with clinical practice, and some important trail notes webinar

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ACAPT's Research-Intensive Programs in Physical Therapy (RIPPT) promotes academic excellence by strengthening the community of research-intensive physical therapy programs.  PT instructors at ACAPT member institutions can join RIPPT for free.

The RIPPT seminar series is a monthly webinar that provides an interactive forum on topics of interest to the community of researchers, academics, and clinicians in physical therapy and rehabilitation-related fields.

The overarching theme for 2022 is: How research informs clinical practice and clinical practice informs research.

During this 60-minute seminar, Dr. Christine McDonough will share her experience in health services research and efforts to link it to clinical practice, and her perspective on Learning Health Systems research. She will then discuss resources for rehabilitation researchers in these areas.

The presentation will be followed by an open discussion amongst participants.

Target audience: Faculty, post-docs, program directors/chairs, PhD students, clinicians, and others interested in health services research and Learning Health Systems research.

Fee: No charge

Registration

Learning objectives

 The participant will reflect and identify:

  • Opportunities to link health services research with clinical practice
  • Resources to advance knowledge and skills in health services research
  • Resources to advance knowledge and skills in Learning Health Systems

Related resources

Presenter

  • Christine M. McDonough, PT, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

Moderator

  • Deborah L. Givens, PT, DPT, PhD, FAPTA, Dr. Margaret Lee Moore Distinguished Professor in Physical Therapy, Director, Division of Physical Therapy, UNC at Chapel Hill

If you have any questions, contact events@acapt.org.


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