Kristin Curry Greenwood, PT, DPT, MS, GCS
Assistant Clinical Professor
Department: Department of Physical Therapy
Office: 407D Robinson Hall
 
Résumé/CV

Phone: 617-373-5193
Fax: 617-373-7930
Email: k.greenwood@neu.edu

 
 

Education/Degrees: 



EdD Student, College of Professional Studies, Northeastern University, 2014-Present

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Northeastern University 2010

Masters of Science, Northeastern University 1999

Bachelors of Science in Physical Therapy, Northeastern University 2010

 

Certifications:

Geriatric Clinical Specialist, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties

Medical Simulation Instructor Training, Harvard/ MIT Center for Medical Simulation

Certified Clinical Instructor, American Physical Therapy Association

 

Specializations: 



Acute Care, Geriatrics, Home Care

 

Research Interests:

Examining educational methods to prepare physical therapist students for acute care physical therapist practice

Determining efficacy of assessment measures for assessing students learning and performance in the acute and inpatient environment

Applying Medical Simulation to promote Interprofessional Health Care Practice

 

Public Service:

National APTA Acute Care Section PT Now Committee

State of NH APTA Board of Directors 2012-2013

NH APTA Chair Scholarship (2012-2013), Research (2013) and Ethics Committees

Bouve College Simulation Committee Co-chair.

 

Published Manuscripts:

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. In Press for Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy 2014.

 

Published Presentation Abstracts:

Greenwood K, Greene K, Fletcher C, Huang S, Henry ALai R.Manual or Mechanical. Which Choice Should We Make for Our Patients Who are Bariatric? Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy. 2013; 3(3): 254.

Greenwood K,  Iversen M, Nicoloro D.An Objective Measurement of Student’s Preparedness for Acute Care Clinical Experiences. Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy. 2012; 3(3):258.

Greenwood K,Iversen M, Nicoloro D. Title: The Acute Care Confidence Survey Predicts Students’ Clinical Performance: Phase 2 of the Pilot study. Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy. 2013; Vol 4(3) pg. 115

Greenwood K,  Nippins M. The Use of Observation and Online Reflection to Promote Students’ Interpretation of the Patient Examination Using the Guide Framework. Journal of PT Education. 2013

Courses:

Clinical Integration and Practice (Acute care patient management)

Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Management Lecture and Lab

Pediatric/Geriatric Lifespan Management

Foundations in Physical Therapy Lab

Physical Therapy Project 1 and 2

tDPT case analysis capstone project mentor


 
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