Several faculty members from Arcadia’s College of Health Sciences attended the Interprofessional Education Collaboration (IPEC) in Herndon, Va., from Oct. 5 to 7.
Dr. Karen Sawyer, assistant professor of Physical Therapy, Dr. Amy Miller, assistant professor of Physical Therapy, Amanda Seymour,...
Dr. Amy Miller, assistant professor and director of entry-level DPT curriculum, and Colleen Chancler of Good Shepard Penn Partners Penn Medicine shared their collaborative work using high fidelity human simulators at the Inter-professional Simulation Conference held July 15 and 16 at Widener...
Drs. Amy Miller and Susan Tomlinson, assistant professors of physical therapy, spoke at “Preparing the Next Generation of Physical Therapists for Innovative Practice,” a conference held at George Washington University in Washington D.C. Their presentation, “Creating a Virtual Educational Network:...
Amy Miller PT, DPT, EdD serves as Associate Professor and Director of the Entry Level DPT Program. Her extensive clinical experience provides the perfect background to fulfill her teaching and administrative roles. Her clinical focus has been in the home-care setting. Within the integrated case-based curriculum Amy teaches content in evidence-based practice, teaching and learning, and leads the department's inter-professional education experiences. Throughout the program she serves a primary role in designing integrated learning experiences encouraging real life application and clinical decision making. Amy also teaches PT505, Clinical Decision Making, in the Transitional DPT program.
Dr. Miller received the Adjunct Professor of the Year Award from Arcadia University and the PPTA Geriatric Special Interest Group Award of Excellence.
Co-Authored with Timmerberg J, Dole, R, Stolfi A, Thompson A, Peliete, D, Mathur D, Murry L, Simpson M, Silberman M, Utzman R, Goffar S
Dr. Miller's research focuses on promoting evidence informed clinical decision making, particularly within the home-care setting, and on investigating educational methods that encourage clinical reasoning. She has peer-reviewed publications and numerous national presentations sharing methods to integrate knowledge, skills and practice within physical therapist education, including use of simulation, standardized patients, and web-based clinical scenarios.