Lorna M. HaywardAssociate Professor
- Department of Physical Therapy, Movement & Rehabilitation Science
Office: 6 H Robinson Hall
Education: EdD, MPH, BS, Boston University
Certification: Licensed Physical Therapist
-Standardized patients – 360 Degree Model
-Professional Behaviors and Compassionate Care
-Novice to Expert Practice
-International Service learning and cultural competency
-Integration of experiential and academic learning
1)Black L, Jensen GM, Mostrom E, Perkins J, Ritzline P, Hayward LM, Blackmer B. The First Year of Practice: An Investigation of the Professional Learning and Development of Promising Novice Physical Therapists. Physical Therapy Journal. 2010. In press.
2) Hayward LM, Blackmer B. A Model for Teaching and Assessing Core Values Development in Doctor of Physical Therapist Students Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2010. 24(3):16-26.
3) Hayward, L, Charrette A. Global Education: Preparation for Study Abroad and the Provision of Physical Therapy Services to Ecuadorian Orphans Journal of Physical Therapy Education. In press.
4) Cahlin LP, Markowski A, Hickey M. Blackmer B, Hayward L.A Cardiopulmonary Instructor’s Reflection on a Student Standardized Patient Experience: Implications for Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Education. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Education. In revision.
5) Hayward LM, Blackmer B. A 360-Degree Assessment Model for Fostering Reciprocal Development of Professional Behaviors and Communication Skills Across Academic and Cooperative Education Experiences. JCEIA. 2009. 43(11):6-15.
6) Hayward, L, Blackmer B.A 360 Degree Assessment Model for Integrating Technical and Professional Skills to Facilitate Successful Workplace Transition. NACE Journal. October 2009.
7) Hayward, LM, Blackmer, B, Canali, A, DiMarco, R, Aman, S, Russell, A, Rossi, J, Sloane, L. Electronic Reflective Portfolios: A Meaningful Integration of Academic and Experiential Learning. Journal of Allied Health. 2008.37(3):140E-159E(20).
8) Hayward L, Blackmer B, Raelin J. Teaching Students a Process for Reflection: A Model for Increasing Practice Based Learning Outcomes while on Cooperative Education. JCEIA, 2007.41(1):48-55.
9) Hayward L, Raelin J, Blackmer B, Sherman T, Mabrouk P, Murrell P, Manning P, Scholosser R. A Community of Practice Dedicated to Integrating Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship. NU SoTL publication, 2006.
10) Hayward, LM, Blackmer, B, Markowski, A. Standardized Patients and Communities of Practice: A Realistic Strategy for Promoting Core Values in a Physical Therapist Curriculum. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2006.20(2):29-37.
11) Hayward, LM, Coppola, B. Making Teaching Visible Through Technology: Reflection to Make the Invisible Explicit and Progressive. Journal of Physical Therapy Education.2005;19(3):30-39.
12) Hayward LM, Canali AC., Hill A. Interdisciplinary Peer Mentoring: An Educational Model for Developing Culturally Competent Patient Care Providers. 2005. Journal of Physical Therapy Education.2005;19(1):27-39.
13) Hayward LM. Integrating Web-Enhanced Instruction into a Research Methods Course: Examination of Student Experiences and Perceived Learning. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2004 (18)2:54-65.
14) Hayward LM. When Technology Bites Back: A Case Report Describing an Instructor’s Experience with Online Teaching. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2003;17(1):48-54.
15) DeMarco R, Hayward LM, Lynch MM. Nursing Students’ Experiences with and Strategic Approaches to Case-Based Instruction: A Replication and Comparison Study Between Two Disciplines. Journal of Nursing Education. 2002;41(4):165-174.
16) Hayward LM, DiMarco R, Blackmer B, Canali A, Wong K, O’Brien M. Curriculum Based Electronic Peer Mentoring: An Instructional Strategy for Integrative Learning. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2001;15 (4):14-25.
17) Hayward LM, Cairns MC. Allied Health Students’ Perceptions of and Experiences with Internet-Based Case Study Instruction. Journal of Allied Health. 2001;30(4): 232-238.
18) Hayward LM, Kranz TM, Evans SM. DiMarco R. Telementoring: An Innovative Teaching Method for Stimulating the Conversation of Practice. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2001;15(3):57-66.
19) Hayward LM, DiMarco R, Kranz TM, Evans SM. Telementoring Using E-Mail: The Classroom to Co-op Connection. Journal of Cooperative Education. 2001;36(1):32-47.
20) Hayward LM, DeMarco R, Lynch MM. Interprofessional collaborative alliances: health care educators sharing and learning from each other. Journal of Allied Health. 2000;29(4):219-225.
21) Hayward LM, Nixon C, Jasper MP, Murphy KM, Harlan V, Swirda L, Hayward K.The process of restructuring and the treatment of obesity in women. Health Care for Women International. 2000;21(7):615-630.
22) Hayward LM, Sullivan AC, Libonati JR. Group exercise reduces depression in obese women without weight loss. Psychological Reports Perceptual and Motor Skills Journal. 2000;90:204-208.
23) Hayward LM. Becoming a self-reflective teacher: A meaningful research process. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2000;14(1):21-30.
24) Hayward LM, Noonan AC, Shain D. Qualitative case study of physical therapist students’ attitudes, motivations and affective behaviors. Journal of Allied Health. 1999;28:155-164.
25) Hayward LM, Cairns MA. Physical therapy students’ perceptions of and strategic approaches to case-based instruction: suggestions for curriculum design. Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 1998;12(2): 33-42.
Hayward LM. Reflection on experience: self-study of a novice corporate practitioner. Boston, Mass: Boston University;1995.
Hayward LM, DeMarco R, Lynch MM. Interprofessional Collaborative Alliances in Allied Health Practice Issues and Trends in the New Millennium. P. Lecca, P. Valentine, K. Lyons eds. The Haworth Press, Inc. Binghamton, NY: 2003.
1) Hayward, LM Telementoring Using e-mail: An innovative instructional delivery method for integrating classroom and clinical practice. Journal of Allied Health.2001;30:253.
2) Libonati JR, Glassberg HL, Caldwell T, Cox M., Incanno N, Sullivan AC, Hayward LM. Brachial artery post-occulsion hyperemia strongly predicts exercise capacity. Circulation. 1998;98(supp1), 156.
1) The Stanford Award. First recipient of this new award established through the generosity of Dr. Katherine Shepard and others that worked at Stanford University in physical therapy education. Selected by the editorial board of the Journal of Physical Therapy Education and extended to the author whose manuscript published in any regular issue of the preceding year has been the most influential paper published that year. Article: Hayward LM. (2000) Becoming a self-reflective teacher: a meaningful research process. Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 14 (1):21-30.
2) Distinguished Educator in Physical Therapy Award. Given by the APTA education section to recognize excellence in academic teaching. This award was presented at the Education Section Business Meeting at the Annual PT 2002 conference in Cincinnati, OH.
3) Outstanding Service Award. Journal of Allied Health. 2002. Certificate of appreciation in recognition of outstanding service and commitment to the goals of the official publication of the allied health professions.
4) Northeastern University Practice Oriented Education Recognition Award. 2006. First time award celebrates extraordinary accomplishments in achieving the university’s goal of fostering the integration of experiential learning and the academic curriculum.
5) State of Morelos, Mexico System for DIF Service Award. 2009. Award to both individual and NU Bouve College of Health Sciences School of Health Professions for service to both elders and children. Award presented in Cuernavaca, Morelos, August 2009.