Kristin Curry Greenwood

Associate Clinical Professor
  • Department of Physical Therapy, Movement & Rehabilitation Science

Résumé/CV:
Office: 407D Robinson Hall
Phone: 617-373-5193
Email: k.greenwood@northeastern.edu

Education/degrees: 

2014-Present
Northeastern University; College of Professional Studies, Boston, MA
Currently Enrolled Doctorate of Education Program
“ABD” December 2015, anticipate defense by March 2017.

2012
Harvard/MIT Center for Medical Simulation Instructor Training

2010
Northeastern University; College of Professional Studies, Boston, MA
Doctorate in Physical Therapy, transitional (DPT)

1999
Northeastern University, Graduate School of Bouvé College of
Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Boston, MA
Master of Science in Physical Therapy

1998
Northeastern University, Bouvé College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Boston, MA
Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy

Certification: 
2011-Present
Certified Clinical Instructor APTA 2011

2015-2017
BLS CPR/AED certification

Specializations:

2012-Present
American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties Geriatrics Certified Specialist (GCS)

Research Interests:

Preparation of Doctor of Physical Therapist Students for Acute Care Entry Level Practice

Simulation Education

Interprofessional Education and Practice

Current Courses:
PT 5002 Foundations in Physical Therapy
PT 5503 Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Management
PT 5504 Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Management Lab
PT 5500 Pharmacology for Physical Therapy
PT 5227 PT Project 1
PT 5229 PT Project 2
PT 5230 Pediatric/ Geriatric Lifespan Management

Publications: 

1. Greenwood, K. Stewart, E. Hake, M. Mitchell, et al. Core Competencies for Entry-level Practice in Acute Care Physical Therapy. Web only. accessed at http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.acutept.org/resource/resmgr/Core_Competencies_of_Entry-L.pdf

2. Venkatesh, K. R., Greenwood, K., Bibi, K., Lowe, S. The functional status score for the intensive care unit (FSS-ICU) scale: Is it reliable in the intensive care unit? Can it be used to determine discharge placement? Journal of Acute Care PT. 2016; 7 (3):93-100.

3. Albany, K. Bibi, K. Greenwood, K. “Walking speed differences following open heart surgery vary with discharge disposition”. Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy. 2015; 6(2); 56-63.

4. Hayward, L. Greenwood, K. Nippins, M. Canali, A. “Student Perceptions and Understanding of Client-Therapist Interactions within the Acute Inpatient Environment: A Qualitative Study”. Physical Therapy Journal. 2015; 95(2):235-48.

5. Greenwood K, Nicoloro D, Iversen M. “Reliability and Validity of the Acute Care Confidence Survey: An Objective Measure to Assess Students’ Self-confidence and Predict Student Performance for Inpatient Clinical Experiences”. Journal of Acute Care PT. 2014; 5(1):1-10.

6. Kirwin, J. Greenwood, K. Rico, J. Romesh, N. Divall, M. Interprofessional Curbside Consults to Develop Team Communication and Improve Student Achievement of Learning Outcomes In press American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.

Presentations:

Peer Reviewed International Presentations:
1. Markowski A, Greenwood K. Evaluation of an Active Learning Experience for Educating Physical Therapists Students on Oral Health Screening for Health Promotion. International Federation of Manual Physiotherapist Conference, 2016.

Peer Reviewed National Presentations:
1. Greenwood, K. Stewart, E. Hake, M. Mitchell, L. Milton, E. Sanders, B. “Entry- level Competence in Acute Care Required to Meet Patient Care Needs in the 21st Century 90 minute Educational Session”. APTA NEXT Conference Nashville TN 2016. ** recorded for online educational module through APTA MyLearning center

2. Greenwood, K. Hartnet, K. Lacey, I. Lunny, C. Hickey, M. “The Effects Simulation Education on Self-Reported Confidence in DPT Students Early in Their Curriculum”. Poster presentation at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections,Anaheim CA 2016.

3. Greenwood, K. Markowski, M. “An Educational Module and Simulation Experience to Promote Oral Health Screening and Interprofessional Collaboration in a Musculoskeletal Curriculum”. Poster presentation at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections,Anaheim CA 2016.

4. Dunne, M. Iversen, M. . Hickey, K. Roberts, J. Hennessey, K. Nippins, M. Greenwood, K. “A New Measure to Assess Interprofessional Roles and Communication: Development and Psychometric Properties of the AIRC”. Poster presentation at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections,Anaheim CA 2016.

5. Greenwood, K. Markowski, A. Greenwood, K. “Examining physical therapy students’ ability to evaluate findings from an oral health screening in evaluation and management of the temporomandibular joint”. Research Platform American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. 2015 Louisville Kentucky. **received the AAOMPT 2015 First Place Prize for cervical thoracic presentation.

6. Greenwood K, Kiami S, Canali A, Hickey M, Iversen. Title: “Utilizing Simulation To Promote Interprofessional Education Throughout a PT Curriculum: A Preliminary Study”. Poster presentation at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections, Indianapolis IN 2015.

7. Kiami S, Donnlan P, Greenwood K. “Teaching Acute Neurologic Physical Therapy Management through Interprofessional Simulation”. Poster presentation at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections, Indianapolis IN 2015.

8. Hayward L, Greenwood K, Nippins M, Canali A. “Student Perceptions and Understanding of Clinical Reasoning in the Inpatient Environment: A Qualitative Study”. Poster presentation at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections, Indianapolis IN 2015.

9. Cummings M, Gucwa C, Hennessey K, Greenwood, K. “How Are the Most Successful PT Programs Teaching Acute-Care?” Poster presentation at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections, Indianapolis IN 2015.

10. Neisen, H, Greenwood, K. “Success of an Early Mobility Program with a Patient s/p Mechanical Ventilation with Severe Axonal Polyneuropathy in the Intensive Care Unit: A Case Report”. Poster presentation at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections, Indianapolis IN 2015.

11. Greenwood K, Iversen M, Nicoloro D. “The Acute Care Confidence Survey Predicts Students’ Clinical Performance: Phase 2 of the Pilot study”. Platform Presentation, American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections, Las Vegas, NV 2014

12. Greenwood K, Nippins M. “The Use of Observation and Online Reflection to Promote Students’ Interpretation of the Patient Examination Using the Guide Framework”. Poster Presentation. American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections, Las Vegas , NV 2014

13. Greenwood K, Greene K, Fletcher C, Huang S, Henry A Lai R. Manual or Mechanical. “Which Choice Should We Make for Our Patients Who are Bariatric?” American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections, San Diego, CA 2013

14. Greenwood K, Iversen M, Nicoloro D. “An Objective Measurement of Student’s Preparedness for Acute Care Clinical Experiences. Poster Presentation, American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections”, San Diego, CA 2013