Paul Kline was selected as a finalist for excellence in research award from the sports physical therapy section of the 2015 combined sections meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association. This award is given to the top 3 submitted abstracts to the sports section and is very competitive.
Major Enrique Smith-Forbes, MOT, OTR, CHT, was recently the keynote speaker for the 2014 Phi Lambda Sigma Chi Chapter Leadership Banquet. Phi Lamda Sigma, also known as the national Pharmacy Leadership Society, promotes the development of leadership qualities, especially among pharmacy students. Major Smith-Forbes, currently a doctoral candidate in the Rehabilitation Sciences program at the University of Kentucky (a collaborative program with Eastern Kentucky University), spoke about his experiences in the United States Air Force and the United States Army, as both a COTA and an OTR.
Attached is a copy of Ryan DeCoste's undergraduate Heracles project as supervised via Tim Butterfield
click to see research project:
The 2014 American Society of Hand Therapists Annual Meeting
Major Enrique Smith-Forbes is a doctoral candidate in the cooperative Rehabilitation Sciences Doctoral program between Eastern Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky. He was recently awarded recognition for his two abstracts presented at the 37th American Society of Hand Therapists Annual Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts, on September 18-20, 2014.
Agenda from Fall Meeting
Curriculum Committee Recomendations
Self-determined Goal Selection and Planning by Studentswith Disabilities across Grade Bands and Disability Categories
Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 2014, 49(3), 464–477
Ben and I would like to share the exciting news of the birth of our son, Ellison Xavier Danzl Lampkin. After bedrest/restricted activity for the last 20 weeks of the pregnancy, he arrived on June 15 - healthy and happy - 8 lbs 13 oz, 20 in. We're all doing well and adjusting to this new life.
A great example of the collaborative and inter-disciplinary work taking place within the program.
Comparison of tongue muscle characteristics of preterm and full term infants during nutritive and nonnutritive sucking. G.J. Capilouto, T. Cunningham, E. Frederick, E. Dupont-Versteegden, N. Desai, T.A. Butterfield
To download the paper: http://academics.uky.edu/cohs/rhbphd/Documents%20for%20RHB%20NEWS%20Blog...