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Editorial: “What is Given May Be Gained”

Editorial: “What is Given May Be Gained”By Sarah R. Blanton, PT, DPT, Editor-in-Chief Download the article (pdf) Sabbaths [...]

Doing Healthcare Research Differently: An Introduction to SocioHealthLab’s Special Video Series, Part 2

Doing Healthcare Research Differently: An Introduction to SocioHealthLab’s Special Video Series, Part 2By Tim Barlott, PhD; Rebecca E. [...]

Accommodating Students With Disabilities in Professional Rehabilitation Programs: An Institutional Ethnography Informed Study

Accommodating Students With Disabilities in Professional Rehabilitation Programs: An Institutional Ethnography Informed StudyBy Shaminder Dhillon, PhD(c); Sandra Moll, [...]

Implementing Expressive Writing in Outpatient Physical Therapy Clinics: Connecting Theoretical Foundations With Practical Strategies

Implementing Expressive Writing in Outpatient Physical Therapy Clinics: Connecting Theoretical Foundations With Practical StrategiesBy Eric Thomas Wanner, PT, [...]

Editorial: Strange Bed-Fellows: Can the Humanities Help the Electronic Health Records Problem?

Editorial: Strange Bed-Fellows: Can the Humanities Help the Electronic Health Records Problem?By Sarah R. Blanton, PT, DPT, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF [...]

Humanities Instruction in Physical Therapy Education to Cultivate Empathy, Recognize Implicit Bias, and Enhance Communication: A Case Series

Humanities Instruction in Physical Therapy Education to Cultivate Empathy, Recognize Implicit Bias, and Enhance Communication: A Case SeriesBy [...]

Eye Spy 2022: Improving Nonverbal Communication and Interprofessional Perceptions in Health Science Students

Eye Spy 2022: Improving Nonverbal Communication and Interprofessional Perceptions in Health Science StudentsBy Cynthia Dodds, PT, PhD; Brooke [...]

Reconciling Mystical Experience with Concept of the Self: The Poetry of an Individual with a Right Temporal Lobectomy

Reconciling Mystical Experience with Concept of the Self: The Poetry of an Individual with a Right Temporal LobectomyBy [...]

Fall Editorial 2021: “Hope is a Muscle”

Fall Editorial 2021: “Hope is a Muscle” Download the article (pdf) By Sarah R. Blanton, PT, DPT, FNAP, [...]

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Sharon Salzberg

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