PT Residence Program Continues Success


02/19/2021

The Residency Program in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy continues its long history of success.

One cohort finished the program in January and our 16th cohort began in February. Dr. Kevin Farrell, Residency Chair, and Dr. Candi Gardner, Residency Coordinator, continue their hard work in providing residents with educational experiences and mentoring to advance their knowledge and clinical practice skills. This includes scholarly presentations at national conferences, the opportunity to contribute to research studies, and serve the community.

Over the last year, Kevin and Candi, along with support from across the University, have been preparing for the program's recredentialing process. The final report has been submitted and our site visit is in late February. We are confident it will be a successful experience with a positive outcome.

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