Duke DPT Podcast: Bridging academics and researchers with healthcare professionals

 

Duke Doctor of Physical Therapy is excited to announce the Duke DPT Podcast with host Dr. Derek Clewley. This show is designed to bridge academics and researchers with healthcare professionals.

The Duke DPT Cast episodes are collection of interviews, conversations, and stories highlighting the work of experts in the field of Physical Therapy both at Duke and beyond.

 

 

Most Recent Episode: June 3, 2019 - Students Doing Advocacy 

During this episode, Derek Clewley speaks with DPT students Luis Freile and Rebecca Siegler to find out what their experience was like at the APTA and NCPTA Advocacy Days.

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May 20, 2019 - Movement Envoked Pain

Are our outcomes measures properly capturing pain with movement? We are joined by Dr. Steve George and Dr. Corey Simon, who discuss their recent research paper, Movement-evoked pain: transforming the way we understand and measure pain, as well as the growing body of research on understanding the integration of pain with movement.

During this episode you will learn: the difference between our previous and current understanding of pain, how prescriptions for movement can be standardized and more functional, and possible future directions for technology and research in this field.  

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May 6, 2019 - Neuro Stroke Rehabilitation Camp

Two worlds become one as Dr. Derek Clewley interviews Dr. Jeffrey Hoder and Dr. Jody Feld, who discuss their roles as leaders of the Durham Neuro Camp and coordinators for the Friends of the Redeemer United (FOR U) stroke camp experience in Jamaica. 

During this episode you will learn: how Dr. Hoder and Dr. Feld became involved in the camps, about the two different communities and populations served, the types of experiences students have, and most importantly- the impact these camps have on the patients who attend. To learn more about FOR U, visit their website at: http://www.friendsoftheredeemer.org/ .

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April 18, 2019 - Different Inventions, Same Outcomes

During this episode, Dr. Derek Clewley interviews Drs. Chad Cook and Steve George about a recent publication in British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) regarding the possible reasons why different interventions produce the same outcome.  View the article: https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/bjsports/52/15/951.full.pdf

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April 11, 2019 - Clinical Education 

The Clinical Instructor (CI) plays an important role in a Doctor of Physical Therapy Student’s Education, they have the ability to watch a student grow and develop as they put their textbook knowledge into practice. During this episode, Derek Clewley speaks with Katies Meyes and Ashley Poole to find out why they love what they do, and how they are working hard to provide the best experience for students and help them find their passion.

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April 4, 2019 - Faculty Development Residency  

Are you interested in becoming a future DPT academician? In this podcast, Dr. Derek Clewley interviews Duke DPT Faculty Residency Program creators and current Duke DPT Faculty Resident about program to learn more the overall goal to better prepare qualified candidates to become future educator.

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March 27, 2019 - Tim Sell & the K-Lab 

In this episode, Dr. Derek Clewley interviews Tim Sell, Director of the Michael W. Krzyzewski Human Performance Laboratory. They discuss how Dr. Sell got involved in the K-Lab, what type of research is conducted there, and the best way for students and clinicians to get involved in research.

During this episode you will learn:

  • About Dr. Sell’s path from a physical therapy student to the director of the K-Lab
  • What kind individuals and athletes are analyzed at the K-Lab
  • How the K-Lab keeps its mission statement in mind while conducting all it’s research projects
  • A glimpse into Dr. Sell’s family life (including his pets)
     

To learn more about the K-Lab, visit: https://ortho.duke.edu/research/core-research-facilities/michael-w-krzyzewski-human-performance-laboratory-k-lab

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