Are you a new professional wondering how to bridge the gap from the classroom to the acute care clinical setting?
Have you been practicing as a rehabilitation professional for ten, fifteen, twenty or more years and witnessed the increase in patient acuity and changes within the healthcare system?
With the rapidly changing pace of medicine, increase in clinical complexity, and the onset of a global pandemic has providing safe patient care become more challenging?
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Tiffany Haney has been a physical therapist for fourteen years since graduating from Georgia State University in May 2007. Tiffany holds her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy and obtained her board certification in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary physical therapy in 2017. Tiffany has worked in skilled nursing and acute care settings; the past 9 years in critical care/ICU. Tiffany has given presentations at APTA Combined Sections meeting, Georgia chapter meeting and to members of hospital interdisciplinary teams regarding early mobilization of patients – the risks, benefits and how to safely complete the task. Tiffany also teaches in an adjunct role at Mercer University and has provided guest lectures at Georgia State University.
Erica Colclough graduated from Georgia State University in May 2007 with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy. Erica started the first 5 years of her practice in the acute care setting before transitioning to practicing primarily in the critical care setting for the last 9 years. Erica completed Mercer’s cardiovascular and pulmonary residency in May 2015 an obtained a specialization in cardiovascular and pulmonary physical therapy in 2016. Erica has presented nationally and locally at the APTA Combined sections meeting, Georgia Chapter of the APTA, International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation, and guest lectured in several entry level DPT programs regarding the scope of cardiovascular pulmonary practice/clinical management of critically ill patients. Erica is active in the Georgia Chapter of the APTA providing mentorship to entry level DPT within the diversity, equity, and inclusion program.
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