About Beverly D. Fein
Acute Care Physical Therapy – Management of Medically Complex Patients; Professional Roles in Emergency Preparedness; Problem–based Learning; Clinical Education.
Specialty or Specialist Certification/Training:
Management of Medically Complex Patients; Cultural Competence; Advanced Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT), MGH Institute of Health Professions.
Teaching responsibilities: Semester Coordinator for Semester 3 Content: Management of Medically Complex Patients (Patients with Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disorders, Diabetes, Wounds, Burns, and Renal Disease); Cultural Competence; Physical Therapy roles in Emergency Preparedness and Community Disaster Planning; Clinical Education.
Research interests and grants: Perceptions of Roles of Physical Therapists in Community Disaster Planning and Response; Impact of Communication Apprehension on Clinician Career Choices and Clinical Practice; Affective Behaviors and Interpersonal Skills in Physical Therapy Students; Clinical Education in Physical Therapy; Health Disparities and Cultural Competence; Impact of Problem Based Learning Curricula; Acute Care Practice Patterns.
|Present||Associate Professor & Director of Clinical Education, Physical Therapy, Sacred Heart University ‐ Physical Therapy|
|2003||Ed.D. Education Leadership, University of Bridgeport|
|1983||M.S. Physical Therapy, Temple University|
|1975 ‐ 1979||B.S. Physical Therapy, University of Pennsylvania|
College of Health Professions