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Dr. Ellen Wruble Hakim, PT, DScPT, MS, CWS, FACCWS

Director, DPT Program,
Associate Professor
Department of Physical Therapy
University of Delaware
STAR Health Sciences Complex
540 S. College Ave, Suite 210G
Newark, DE 19713
Ph: (302) 831-1124
fax: (302) 831-4234
E-mail: ewruble@udel.edu


Licensure Honors & Awards arrow Service
Education Professional Organizations Presentations
Current Appointment Publications Teaching
Professional History      


LICENSURE (top)

Physical Therapist, State of Maryland, #17936
Physical Therapist, State of Delaware, #J1-0002704



Certifications(top)
Credentialed Clinical Instructor, American Physical Therapy Association, 1997
Diplomate, American Board of Wound Management - Certified Wound Specialist, 1998
Fellow of American College of Certified Wound Specialists, 2005


EDUCATION (top)

Ithaca College
Ithaca College
University of Maryland

BS
MSPT
DScPT

1993
1994
2003

Clinical Science
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy


CURRENT APPOINTMENT(top)

2011-Present

University of Delaware, Department of Physical Therapy

  • Director, Doctorate in Physical Therapy Program
  • Director, Master of Science in Anatomy & Clinical Health Science
  • Associate Professor
 
PROFESSIONAL HISTORY (top)
Clinical  
1994-1996 Staff Physical Therapist, Johns Hopkins Hospital
1996-1997 Physical Therapist II, Johns Hopkins Hospital
1996-1997 Staff Physical Therapist, Johns Hopkins Home Care Group
1997-1999 Senior Physical Therapist, Johns Hopkins Hopsital
1999 Per-Diem Physical Therapist, Johns Hopkins Hospital
1998-2002 Wound Care Consultant, Johnson and Johnson Medical, Inc.
2005 Per-Diem Physical Therapist, MedStar Health
Academic  
1997-1999 Clinical Lab Assistant, Adjunct Faculty, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy and Rehabiliation Science
1999-2011 Assistant Professor (Full-time), University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy and Rehabiliation Science
2001-2004 Adjunct Faculty, DSc Neurology Specialty Track, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
2005 Adjunct Faculty, Winston-Salem State University, School of Health Sciences, Dept. of Physical Therapy
2005-2007 Co-Director, Entry-level DPT PRogram, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy and Rehabiliation Science
2007-2011 Director, Entry-level DPT Program, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy and Rehabiliation Science
2007-2011 Vice Chair, Professional Degree Programs, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy and Rehabiliation Science
2008-present Adjunct Instructor, George Washington Univesrity, School of Health Sciences, Dept. of Physical Therapy
2009-2010 Guest Lecturer, Univesrity of Delaware, Dept. of Physical Therapy
2010-present Associate Professor, DPT/OTD Program, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
2011-present Assistant Professor (Part time), University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy and Rehabiliation Science
2011-present Associate Professor, Director, Doctorate in Physical Therapy Program, University of Delaware, Dept. of Physical Therapy

HONORS AND AWARDS (top)

  • Clinical Instructor of the Year, New York State Clinical Education Consortium, 1997
  • University of Maryland School of Medicine
    Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation ScienceOutstanding Adjunct Faculty of the Year Award, 2000
  • Outstanding Adjunct Faculty of the Year Award, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy and Rehabiliation Science, 2002
  • Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy and Rehabiliation Science, 2002, 2003
  • Teaching Excellence, Phi Kappa Phi Honors Society, 2005
  • Mentor Award, Phi Kappa Phi Honors Society, 2007

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS/SOCIETIES (top)

  • American Physical Therapy Association - Member, Acute Care, Education and Oncology Sections, 1999-present
  • Marlyand Chapter of American Physical Therapy Association, Member, 1999-present
  • Member, Delaware Chapter of American Physical Therapy Association, 2012-present


PUBLICATIONS (top)

Journal Articles (Peer Reviewed)

  1. Cysyk, B.J., Wruble, E.R., “A Deep Vein Thrombosis Prevention Program for Patients Undergoing Long Term Invasive Epilepsy Monitoring,” Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 1996; 28 (5): 298-304.
  2. Wruble, E.R., Cooke, L.R., “Postsplenectomy Sepsis – A Complex Medical andRehabilitative Challenge,” Physical Therapy Case Reports, January 2001; 4 (1): 14-21.
  3. Wruble, E.R., Bender, D.G., “Community Outreach to a Long-Term Care Facility
    in an Entry-Level Physical Therapist Curriculum,” Journal of Physical Therapy Education, Summer 2001; 15 (2): 46-49.
  4. Volk, K.A., Wruble, E.R., “Irradiation Side Effects and Their Impact on Physical
    Therapy,” Acute Care Perspectives, Spring/Summer, 2001; 10 (1-2): 11-13.
  5. Esser, C., Wruble, E.R., “A Literature Review of Solid Bone Cancers Occurring
    During Adulthood and the Implications for Physical Therapy,” Acute Care Perspectives, Spring/Summer, 2001; 10 (1-2): 30-35.
  6. Walz, C., Hakim, E.W., “Facilitating a Smooth Transition from The Acute Care Setting,” Acute Care Perspectives, Spring, 2002; 11 (1): 1-4.
  7. Muir, E., Hakim, E.W., “A Clinical Approach to the Interpretation of Arterial Blood Gases,” Acute Care Perspectives, Spring, 2002; 11 (1): 5-10, 14.
  8. Naylor, M., Hakim, E.W., “Chronic Pain: Implications for Physical Therapists and Patients in the Acute Care Setting,” Acute Care Perspectives, Spring, 2002; 11 (1): 20-25.
  9. Spitzer, A.L., Hakim, E.W., “Rehabilitation Implications for the Patient with Lung Cancer in the Postoperative Management Phase,” Acute Care Perspectives, Winter, 2006; 15 (4): 1-9.
  10. Spitzer, A.L., Hakim, E.W., “Parkinson’s Disease: The Interplay of Medical and Surgical Treatment Options with Physical Therapy,” Acute Care Perspectives, Winter, 2008; 17 (4): 8-15.
  11. Gorman, S.L., Hakim, E.W., Johnson, W., Bose, S., Harris, K.S., Crist, M.H., Holtegrefe, K., Ryan, J.M., Simpson, M.S., Coe, J.B., “Nationwide Acute Care Physical Therapist Practice Analysis Identifies Knowledge, Skills, and Behaviors That Reflect Acute Care Practice,” Physical Therapy, October, 2010; 90 (10): 1453 – 1467.

Book Reviews

  1. Myers, B.A. Wound Management: Principles and Practice.  Prentice Hall, 2004.
  2. Ciccone, C. Pharmacology in Rehabilitation, 4th Edition. FA Davis, 2007.
  3. Myers, B.A. Wound Management: Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition. Prentice Hall, 2007.
  4. McCulloch, J.M., Kloth, L.C. Wound Healing: Evidence-Based Management, 4th Edition. FA Davis, 2010.

 

Abstracts

  1. Wruble, E.R., Cooke, L.R., Hakim, D.J., “A Novel Approach to Training Debridement Skills in an Entry Level Physical Therapy Curriculum,” Proceedings from the 16th Annual Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin & Wound Care, September, 2001.
  2. Wruble, E.R., Cooke, L.R., “An Innovative Educational Technique to Foster Clinical Management Strategies,” Proceedings from the 16th Annual Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin & Wound Care, September, 2001.
  3. Hakim, E.W., Cooke, L.R., Hakim D.J., “Influence of Manufacturer Interaction on Student Perceptions and Clinical Decision Making,” Proceedings from the 19th Annual Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin and Wound Care, October, 2004.
  4. Cooper, L., Azizollahoff, E., Nudell, C., Lynch, A., Steiner, A., Hakim, E.W., “Broadening the Perception of Function Beyond the Purely Physical Domain,” Acute Care Perspectives, Winter, 2006.
  5. Hakim, E.W., Huber, F. “Multimodal Summative Evaluation of DPT Curriculum,” The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, http://ijahsp.nova.edu/articles/vol5num2/hpers_abstracts_final.pdf, April, 2007.
  6. Hakim, E.W., “Changing Academic Culture and Practice to Improve Essential Communication Skills,” The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, http://ijahsp.nova.edu/articles/vol6num2/pdf/abstracts_2008.pdf, April, 2008: 6(2): 5.
  7. Hakim, E.W., “Transfer of Learning From Classroom to Clinic,” The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice, http://ijahsp.nova.edu/articles/vol6num2/pdf/abstracts_2008.pdf, April, 2008: 6(2): 13.
  8. Adams, J., Hakim, D.J., Myers, B.A., Horowitz, J., Hakim, E.W., “A Critical Analysis of Existing Evidence on the Management of a Wound with Malignant Desmoplastic Melanoma and Neurofibromatosis: A Case Report,” Rehabilitation Oncology, 2009; 27 (1).
  9. Fazio, L., Hakim, E.W, Arnold, J., Reicherter, E.A., Scheufele, L., Conroy, V., “Effect of the Combination of Strain-Counterstrain, Home Dilator Therapy, and Hamstring Stretching on Sexual Function for a Patient with Dyspareunia: A Case Report,” Journal of Women’s Health Physical Therapy, 2010: 34(1): 25-26.
  10. Hawk, J., Reicherter, E., Hakim, E.W., Geigle, P., “Multimedia Technology in an Entry DPT Curriculum: Promoting Efficiency and Effectiveness to Maximize Student Learning,” Physical Therapy, 2010, http://www.apta.org/AM/abstracts/pt2010/abstractsPt.cfm?m_id=28503
  11. Hakim, D., Cooke, L.R., Myers, B., Horowitz, J., Hakim, E.W., “Ascertaining the Effectiveness and Safety of Contact low-Frequency Ultrasound (LFU) in an Acute, Post-Surgical Wound with Exposed Hardware,” Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy, 2010: 1(1): 39-40.
  12. Tarr, K.M., Hakim, E.W., “A Comprehensive Physical Therapy Approach for a Premature Infant in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU): Aligning with the Evidence,” Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy, 2010: 1(1): 40.
  13. Russell, T., Conroy, V., Wruble Hakim, E., “Physical Therapy Outcomes Following Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) Using a Minimally Invasive Midvastus Approach With Flexed Knee Primary Closure: A Case Report,” Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy, 2010: 1(2): 81.
  14. Wruble Hakim, E., Schmitt, L.A., “Moving Towards a Living, Breathing Acute Care Curriculum,” Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy, 2011: 2(3): 125-126.
  15. Schmitt, L.A., Manal, T.J., Wruble Hakim, E. “Many Faces of Simulation: Physical Therapist, Nursing, and Theater Student Collaboration,” Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy, 2011: 2(3): 129.


SERVICE (top)

Administrative Service

University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science

Institutional Service (Department)  
Member, Faculty/Staff/Student Affairs Committee 1999
Member, Educational Affairs Committee 1999-2002
Member, Entry-Level DPT Planning Task Force 1999-2002
Member, Transitional DPT Planning Task Force 2000-2002
Secretary, Faculty Practice Board of Directors 2001-2002
Member, Post-Professional DPT Committee 2001-2003
Faculty Liaison, UMBPT Alumni Association Executive Board 2002-2004
Interim Chair, Educational Affairs Committee 2002
Chair, Grievance Committee 2003-2004
Chair, Academic Advancement and Policy 2003-2011
Coordinator, Clinical Qualifying Measures 2004-2011
Member, Service Learning Clinic Advisory Board 2004-2011
Member, Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) Committee 2005-2011
Member, Admissions Committee 2006-2011
Chair, Curriculum Coordinating Committee 2006-2009
Member, Strategic Planning Steering Committee 2006-2008
Administrative Representative, Curriculum Coordinating Committee 2009-2011
   
Institutional Service (School of Medicine &/or Campus-Wide)  
Alternate Member, Faculty Assembly 2003-2005
Member, Interdisciplinary Web Site Committee 2004-2008
Member, School of Medicine Appeals Committee 2004-2011
Member, Interdisciplinary Patient Management Competition Committee 2005-present
Member, Educational Technology Committee Test Scoring Group 2007-2011
Member, University IT Steering Committee 2007-2011

University of Delaware, Department of Physical Therapy

Institutional Service (Department)  
Co-Chair, Curriculum Committee 2011-present
Co-Chair, Admissions Committee 2011-present
Member, Professional behaviors Committee 2011-present
Member, Search Committee 2011-present
Institutional Service (College of Health Science &/or Campus-Wide)  
Member, Board of Directors for University of Delaware Hillel 2012-present
   
Local and National Service  
Clinical Advisory Committee 1997-2002
Maryland Chapter, National Multiple Sclerosis Society  
Editorial Advisory Board MemberAcute Care Perspectives  
Chair, Acute Care Clinical Competency Development Task Force 2000-present

APTA Acute Care Section Subject Matter Expert, Acute Care Task force

2008-present
APTA Acute Care Section Member, Early Childhood Steering Committee 2008-2009
Beth El Preschool, Member, Religious School Steering Committee Baltimore, MD 2009-present
Private Practice Section of American Physical Therapy Association, Member, Task Force on Clinical Education 2010-present

PRESENTATIONS (top)

Major Invited Presentation

Continuing Education Courses

  1. Wruble, E.R., “Functional Implications of Brain Tumors” provided as section content within course entitled “Adult Brain Tumors: New Treatments and Their Impact on Patients and Families,” Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, April, 1997.
  2. Wruble, E.R., “Wound Classification” provided as section content within course entitled “Physical Management of Slow to Heal Wounds,” Rehabilitation Services of MedStar Health, Baltimore, Maryland, October, 2000.
  3. Hakim, E.W., “Oncology Rehabilitation” provided as section content within course entitled “Oncology Symposium,” Rehabilitation Services of MedStar Health, Baltimore, Maryland, November, 2003.
  4. Hakim, E.W., “Basics of Pharmacotherapeutics: The Impact of Analgesics and Anti-Inflammatory Medications on Patient Performance in Physical Therapy,” American Physical Therapy Association, Maryland Chapter, Parkville, Maryland, April, 2004.
  5. Hakim, E.W., “Rehabilitation Challenges in the Acute Care Setting: Blending Medicine and Rehabilitation Together,” American Physical Therapy Association, Maryland, Chapter, Baltimore, Maryland, March, 2005.

Invited Presentations

  1. Hakim, E.W., “Physical Therapy Implications of Pharmacotherapeutics,” American Physical Therapy Association, Pennsylvania Chapter, South Central District, Hershey, Pennsylvania, May, 2004.
  2. Bose, S., Biggs, K.S., Crist, M.H., Gorman, S.L., Hakim, E.W., Holtgrefe, K., Pugh, W.J., Ryan, J., Simpson, M.S., “Forum on Acute Care Physical Therapy Specialization,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, February, 2009.
  3. Bose, S., Crist, M.H., Gorman, S.L., Hakim, E.W., Harris, K.B., Holtgrefe, K., Pugh, W.J., Ryan, J., Simpson, M.S., “Report on Acute Care Physical Therapy Practice Analysis,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, San Diego, California, February, 2010.
  4. Crist, M.H., Gorman, S.L., Hakim, E.W., Harris, K.B., Holtgrefe, K., Johnson, W., Ryan, J., “Forum on Acute Care Practice Analysis: Where We Are Going Next,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, February, 2011.
  5. Gorman, S.L., Crist, M., Ryan, J.M., Harris, K.S., Holtegrafe, K, Johnson, W., Hakim, E.W., Keehn, M., Bernier, P., “Furthering Acute Care Practice: Subject Matter Expert Task Force Forum,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Chicago, Illinois, February, 2012.
Proffered Communications

International Poster Presentations (Peer-reviewed)

  1. Hakim, E.W., Gordon, C., Trovato, J., Rowthorn, V., Blumenthal, J., “An Educational Activity to Cultivate Interprofessional Collaborative Practice,” NETNEP 2012: 4th International Nurse Education Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, June, 2012.
  2. Reicherter, E.A., Hakim, E.W., “Creating Disseminators of Evidence-Based Practice in Health Professions: A Success Story,” NETNEP 2012: 4th International Nurse Education Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, June, 2012.
  3. Schmitt, L., Manal, T., Cowperthwait, A., Carlsen, A., Hakim, E.W., “Simulation as a Collaborative Educational Exercise for Nursing, Physical Therapy, and Theatre Students,” NETNEP 2012: 4th International Nurse Education Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, June, 2012.

National Platform Presentations (Peer-reviewed)

  1. Wruble, E.R., Cooke, L.R., “Physical Therapy Management of Integumentary, Musculoskeletal and Psychosocial Sequelae from Postsplenectomy Pneumococcal Sepsis,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Boston, Massachusetts, February, 1998.
  2. Hakim, E.W., Cooke, L.R., Hawk, J., “Website Development as Content and Technology Assessment,” Sun Conference on Teaching and Learning, El Paso, Texas, March, 2005.
  3. Farrell, E.B., Bessette, C., Nadeau, L., Stacey, J., Wohlberg, M., Hakim, E.W., “Student Interdisciplinary Collaboration:  Prelude to Excellence in Acute Care Practice,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, San Diego, California, February, 2006.
  4. Hakim, E.W., Hakim, D.J., Kalil, E.T., Cooke, L.R., “Challenges to Clinical Decision Making in Light of Promotional Influences,” Sun Conference on Teaching and Learning, El Paso, Texas, March, 2006.
  5. Hakim, E.W., Huber, F. “Multimodal Summative Evaluation of DPT Curriculum,” Health Professions Educational Research Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, January, 2007.
  6. Cooper, L., Azizollahoff, E., Nudell, C., Lynch, A., Steiner, A., Hakim, E.W., “Broadening the Perception of Function Beyond the Purely Physical Domain,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Boston, Massachusetts, February, 2007.
  7. Hakim, E.W., Moerchen, V., “Integrated Pediatric Curriculum in a Hybrid, Lifespan-based Program,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Boston, Massachusetts, February, 2007.
  8. Hakim, E.W., “Transfer of Learning From Classroom to Clinic,” Health Professions Educational Research Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, January, 2008.
  9. Hakim, E.W., “Changing Academic Culture and Practice to Improve Essential Communication Skills,” Health Professions Educational Research Symposium, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, January, 2008.
  10. Hakim, E.W., “Beyond the Web of Noise and Tangles: Heightening the Standards for Competent ICU Practice,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Nashville, Tennessee, February, 2008.
  11. Hakim, E.W., “Lessons Learned from Patient Satisfaction Reviews,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Nashville, Tennessee, February, 2008.
  12. Reicherter, E.A., Gordes, K.L., Kalil, E.T., Hakim, E.W., “The Use of the Case Report to Promote the Development and Dissemination of Evidence-Based Practice by Doctor of Physical Therapy Students,” Educational Leadership Conference of the American Physical Therapy Association, Clearwater, Florida, October, 2011.
  13. Reicherter, E.A., Hakim, E.W., Kalik, E.T., Gordes, K.L., “Promoting Development and Dissemination of Evidence-based Practice Skills of Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Students: An Educational Case Report,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Chicago, Illinois, February, 2012.

Poster Presentations (Peer-reviewed)

  1. Wruble, E.R., Cooke, L.R., Hakim, D.J., “A Novel Approach to Training Debridement Skills in an Entry-Level Physical Therapy Curriculum,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, San Antonio, Texas, February, 2001.
  2. Wruble, E.R., Cooke, L.R., “An Innovative Educational Technique to Foster Clinical Management Strategies,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, San Antonio, Texas, February, 2001.
  3. Hakim, E.W., “An Outreach Endeavor to Foster the Development of Community Service Behaviors in Student Physical Therapists,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Boston, Massachusetts, February, 2002.
  4. Wruble, E.R., Cooke, L.R., “An Innovative Educational Technique to Foster Clinical Management Strategies,” 15th Annual Clinical Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and the 12th Annual Medical Research Forum on Wound Repair, Baltimore, Maryland, April, 2002.
  5. Hakim, E.W., Cooke, L.R., Hakim, D.J., “Use of Porcine Specimens for Performance-Based Practice of Wound Care Intervention Skills,” 15th Annual Clinical Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and the 12th Annual Medical Research Forum on Wound Repair, Baltimore, Maryland, April, 2002.
  6. Hakim, E.W., Cooke, L.R., Hakim, D.J., “Influence of Manufacturer Interaction on Student Perceptions and Clinical Decision Making,” 8th Annual Wound Care Congress, New Orleans, Louisiana, September, 2004.
  7. Hakim, E.W., Cooke, L.R., Hakim, D.J., “Influence of Manufacturer Interaction on Student Perceptions and Clinical Decision Making,” 19th Annual Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin and Wound Care, Phoenix, Arizona, October, 2004.
  8. Hakim, E.W., Cooke, L.R., Hakim, D.J., “Exploring the Influence of Student Physical Therapist Interactions with Medical Sales Representatives,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, February, 2005.
  9. Farrell, E.B., Bessette, C., Nadeau, L., Wohlberg, M., Hakim, E.W., “An Active Learning Experience to Promote Interdisciplinary Collaboration Prior to Clinical Internship,” Spring Meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, Silver Spring, Maryland, May, 2006.
  10. Cooper, J.L., Azizollahoff, E., Nuddell, C., Lynch, A., Hakim, E.W., “Analyzing Sexuality and Intimacy from Personal and Professional Perspectives,” Spring Meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, Silver Spring, Maryland, May, 2006.
  11. Adams, J., Hakim, D., Horowitz, J., Hakim, E.W., “Management of a Postoperative Surgical Wound Complicated by Neurofibromatosis and Malignant Desmoplastic Melanoma,” Spring Meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, Catonsville, Maryland, May, 2008.
  12. Azizollahoff, E., Scheufele, L., Hakim, E.W., “A Conservative Therapy Approach for the Treatment of Incontinence and Pelvic Pain,” Spring Meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, Catonsville, Maryland, May, 2008.
  13. Hakim, D., Horowitz, J., Adams, J.; Myers, B., Hakim, E.W., “Utilizing Existing Evidence and Multidisciplinary Expertise to Successfully Heal a Wound with Desmoplastic Melanoma and Neurofibromatosis: A Case Report,” Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin and Wound Care, Las Vegas, Nevada, October, 2008.
  14. Taitt, M., Hakim, E.W., “Are Pulmonary Rehabilitation Interventions Effective in Improving Dyspnea and Activity Capacity in a Hospitalized Patient with COPD Exacerbation? A Case Report,” Fall Meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, Arnold, MD, November, 2008.
  15. Olson, S., Crandell, K., Kalil, E.T., Hakim, E.W., “Improving the Balance and Functional Mobility of a Patient Post T7-8 Decompression in the Sub-Acute Rehabilitation Setting,” Fall Meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, Arnold, MD, November, 2008.
  16. Adams, J., Hakim, D.J., Myers, B.A., Horowitz, J., Hakim, E.W., “A Critical Analysis of Existing Evidence on the Management of a Wound with Malignant Desmoplastic Melanoma and Neurofibromatosis: A Case Report,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, February, 2009.
  17. Martin, L., Ljung, B., Hakim, E.W., “The Impact of Medical Complications on Functional Performance in a Patient with a Central Cord Spinal Cord Injury: A Case Report,” Spring Meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, Baltimore, Maryland, May, 2009.
  18. Tarr, K., Hakim, E.W., “Implementation of Evidence-Based Interventions to Promote Development and Organization in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU): A Case Report,” Spring Meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, Baltimore, Maryland, May, 2009.
  19. Ulino, A., Osburn, C., Hakim, E.W., “Environmental and Physiologic Influences on Varied Mobility Strategies for a Child with Myelomeningocele: A Case Report,” Spring Meeting of the Maryland Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, Baltimore, Maryland, May, 2009.
  20. Hakim, D.J., Myers, B.A., Cooke, L.R., Hakim, E.W., “A Retrospective Analysis of the Efficacy of Adjuvant Non-Contact, Low-Frequency Ultrasound Therapy on Wound Pain,” Physical Therapy 2009: American Physical Therapy Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition, Baltimore, Maryland, June, 2009.
  21. Lyon, T., Griffith, W., Bauman, B., Geigle, P.R., Hakim, E.W., “SOS: Students Overseeing Students in Professional Development,” Physical Therapy 2009: American Physical Therapy Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition, Baltimore, Maryland, June, 2009.
  22. Hakim, D.J., Myers, B.A., Cooke, L.R., Hakim, E.W., “A Retrospective Analysis of the Efficacy of Adjuvant Non-Contact, Low-Frequency Ultrasound Therapy on Wound Pain,” Symposium on Advanced Wound Care, Washington, DC, September, 2009.
  23. Hakim, D.J., Myers, B.A., Cooke, L.R., Hakim, E.W., “A Retrospective Analysis of the Efficacy of Adjuvant Non-Contact, Low-Frequency Ultrasound Therapy on Wound Pain,” Diabetic Limb Salvage 09 Conference, Washington, DC, September, 2009.
  24. Tarr, K., Hakim, E.W., “A Comprehensive Physical Therapy Approach for a Premature Infant in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU): Aligning with the Evidence,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, San Diego, California, February, 2010.
  25. Hakim, D.J., Cooke, L.R., Myers, B.A, Horowitz, J., Hakim, E.W., “Ascertaining the Effectiveness and Safety of Contact Low-Frequency Ultrasound (LFU) in an Acute, Post-Surgical Wound with Exposed Hardware,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, San Diego, California, February, 2010.
  26. Mason, A.U., Osburn, C., Hakim, E.W., “Utilizing Motor Learning Approaches to Improve Mobility Outcomes in Dynamic Environments for a Child with Myelomeningocele: A Case Report,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, San Diego, California, February, 2010.
  27. Fazio, L., Hakim, E.W., Arnold, J., Reicherter, E., Conroy, V., “Effect of the Combination of Strain-Counterstrain, Home Dilator Therapy, and Hamstring Stretching on Sexual Function for a Patient with Dyspareunia: A Case Report,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, San Diego, California, February, 2010.
  28. Hawk, J., Reicherter, E., Hakim, E.W., Geigle, P., “Multimedia Technology in an Entry DPT Curriculum: Promoting Efficiency and Effectiveness to Maximize Student Learning,” Annual Conference of the American Physical Therapy Association, Boston, Massachusetts, June, 2010.
  29. Mulhare, M., O’Steen. L., Sibiski, S., Geigle, P., Hakim, E.W., Reicherter, E.A., Brandt, B., “Framework for Student-Provided Service to Underserved Populations:  Interdisciplinary Implementation at a Geriatric Community in Baltimore City,” Annual Conference of the Maryland Gerontological Association, Catonsville, Maryland, June, 2010.
  30. Hakim, D.J., Cooke, L.R., Myers, B.A, Horowitz, J., Hakim, E.W., “Ascertaining the Effectiveness and Safety of Contact Low-Frequency Ultrasound (LFU) in an Acute, Post-Surgical Wound with Exposed Hardware,” Diabetic Limb Salvage 10 Conference, Washington, DC, October, 2010.
  31. Russell, T., Conroy, V., Hakim, E.W., “Physical Therapy Outcomes Following Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA) Using a Minimally Invasive Midvastus Approach With Flexed Knee Primary Closure: A Case Report,” Combines Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, February, 2011.
  32. Conroy, V.M., Hakim, E.W., Mulhare, M., O’Steen, L., Sibisky, S., Reicherter, E.A., “Interdisciplinary Student-Provided Service to Underserved Populations: Implementation at a Geriatric Community in Baltimore, Maryland,” Physical Therapy 2011: American Physical Therapy Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition, National Harbor, Maryland, June, 2011.
  33. Arini, M., Bak, S., Hakim, E.W., “Lower Extremity Functional Rehabilitation Following Cervical Decompression: A Case Report,” Fall Annual Conference of the Maryland Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association, Annapolis, Maryland, September, 2011.
  34. Schmitt, L.A., Manal, T.J., Hakim, E.W., “Many Faces of Simulation: Physical Therapist, Nursing, and Theater Student Collaboration,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Chicago, Illinois, February, 2012.
  35. Hakim, E.W., Schmitt, L.A., “Moving Towards a Living, Breathing Acute Care Curriculum,” Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Chicago, Illinois, February, 2012.
  36. Bell, K.A., Larkin, S., Manal, T.J., Hakim, E.W., “Implementation of a Clinical Decision-Making Algorithm for Clinical Instructors to Determine Student Progression in a Clinical Experience,” Physical Therapy 2012: American Physical Therapy Association’s Annual Conference and Exposition, Tampa, Florida, June, 2012.

 

TEACHING (top)

University of Maryland School of Medicine
Master of Physical Therapy Program
Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
1997-2003
Course Director  
PTAB 501 – Medical and Surgical Aspects of Health Care I
PTAB 511 – Management of the Integument
PTAB 570 – Pharmacology
 
Course Co-Director  
PTAB 441 – Physical Therapy Treatment Procedures
PTAB 550 – Assessment/Management of Geriatric Patient I
PTAB 560 – Cardiopulmonary Disorders
 
Lab Assistant  
PTAB 430 – Musculoskeletal Measurement (balance unit lecturer)
PTAB 521 – Assessment/Management of Neurological Patient II
PTAB 500 – Advanced Therapeutic Exercises
 
   
Entry-Level Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science 2002-2011
Block Leader  
DPTE 513 – Basic Science Block II
DPTE 516 – Medical Issues Block I
DPTE 521 – Medical Issues Block II
DPTE 530 – Clinical Qualifying Measures
 
Block Faculty  
DPTE 512 – Professional Issues Block I                  
DPTE 514 – Basic Science Block III
DPTE 522 – Musculoskeletal Block I
DPTE 525 – Musculoskeletal Block II
 
   
Post-Professional DScPT and Transitional DPT Programs Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science 2002-2007
Course Director (year 2002 only)  
PDPT 592 – Educational Methods and Materials for Patients and Professionals  
Co-Instructor  
PDPT 543 – Essentials of Epidemiology  
Teaching Assistant/Lab Assistant  
PDPT 548 – Diagnosis and Screening Across the Lifespan  
   
Medical Doctor Program 2000-2006
Group Facilitator Intimate Human Behavior  
   
Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions 2001-2004
DSc Neurology Specialty Track Course Director
N 716 – Overview of Pharmacological Agents in Neuro-Rehab
 
   
Transitional DPT / OTD Programs   2010-present
Course Director
CC 510.2 – Pharmacology
Winston-Salem State University
2005
   
Master of Physical Therapy Program                                                                       
Course Director
PHT 6203 - Pharmacology
George Washington University
2008-present
   
Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
Guest Lecturer
University of Delaware
 
   
Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
Guest Lecturer
PHYT 631 – Physical Therapy in the Acute Care Environment
2009-2010

Course oordinator
PHYT 631 – Physical Therapy in the Acute Care Environment
PHYT 801 – Medical Science I – General Medicine
PHYT 632 – Applied Physiology I
Course Faculty
PHYT 807 – Emergency Responder and Advanced Seminar    2011-present
PHYT 642 – Rounds II
PHYT 644 – Rounds IV

2011-present

 

 

 

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