Did you attend the live Mentorship session at CSM several years ago? Have you completed the self-paced Successful Mentorship program?
Have you begun to work through the self-paced Mentorship program for the first time? This webinar allowed participants to review the topics noted
as well as ask their own questions - review the recording here.
If you missed this one, stay tuned for the next live webinar for Successful Mentorship.
Skilled mentors from different parts of the U.S. will provide their perspective on several mentoring challenges.
Bring questions or challenges that you would like to discuss with them.
Mentoring Challenges to be presented:
- Guiding the Resident Toward a Focused Clinical Question
- How to Be Successful When Faced with Defensiveness
- Infusing Change: Helping the Resident to Integrate New Information and Ideas
Our featured presenters are:
Carol Jo Tichenor, PT, MA, FAPTA Carol Jo is the former Director of the Kaiser
Permanente PT Fellowship in Advanced Orthopedic Manual Therapy in
Union City, California. In 1991 she served on the first APTA Task Force
whose charge was to establish recommendations for accreditation of
clinical residencies. Since then I’ve spent much of my career working to
create educational resources and standards for clinical residencies and
Kimberly Miczak, PT, NCS Physical Therapist, Drucker Brain Injury Center, MossRehab, Elkins Park, PA
Coordinator, Neurologic PT Residency, Moss Rehab, Elkins Park, PA. Kimberly has been mentoring since 2007, in the Neuro PT residency
program as a clinician in our outpatient/community re-entry program of our Brain Injury Center. She acquired the role of residency
coordinator in 2013, which allows her to participate in clinical mentoring for residents, as well as mentor development & training for
new mentors in the residency program.
Arielle Resnick Arielle was the pilot resident in the Neurologic residency at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation in 2011.
She has been part of the mentor faculty since earning her NCS in 2013, and is now the Program Coordinator.
She oversees mentor development, develops remediation plans for residents and mentors, and provides lectures and
labs on clinical skills, research appraisal, and exam taking strategies.
Raine Osborne, DPT, FAAOMPT, OCS Raine Osborne has mentored close to 40 residents over the past nine years as faculty member with the
Brooks Institute of Higher Learning in Jacksonville, Florida. He served as the coordinator for the UNF/Brooks Orthopaedic Residency
program for six years and has also worked with residents from geriatric, and women's health residency programs. He has provided
mentoring in the areas of clinical practice, professional service. professional development, and research.
Raine has also provided mentoring to physical therapists who are in training to become residency mentors.