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Faculty Publications

About

Sarah J Gilliland, PT, DPT, PhD, CSCS

Publications

Gilliland SJ, Brown T. Doctor of Physical Therapy students’ developing understanding of physical therapy practice: A longitudinal study. 2020; 34(4) 305-312 . Journal of Physical Therapy Education

Gilliland SJ, Wainwright SF. Perspectives and practice: Physical therapist students’ clinical reasoning. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2020; 34(2): 150-159.

Gilliland S. A curricular perspective on teaching clinical reasoning in entry-level education. In: Musolino GM, Jensen GM, eds. Clinical Reasoning and Decision-Making in Physical Therapy: Facilitation, Assessment, and Implementation. Thorofare, NJ: SLACK, inc; 2020: 91-101.

Gilliland S. Patterns of clinical reasoning development in entry-level physical therapist students. In: Musolino GM, Jensen GM, eds. Clinical Reasoning and Decision-Making in Physical Therapy: Facilitation, Assessment, and Implementation. Thorofare, NJ: SLACK, inc; 2020: 103-110.

Wyatt, T. R., & Gilliland, S. (2019). Considering the Yin and Yang of teaching and learning: a Resource for the novice educator. Medical Science Educator, 29(1), 299-306. doi: 10.1007/s40670-018-00641-w

Huhn, K., Gilliland, S., Black, L., Wainwright, S., & Christensen, N. (2018). Clinical reasoning in physical therapy: A concept analysis. Physical Therapy, 99(4), 440-456. doi: https://doi.org/10.1093/ptj/pzy148

Gilliland SJ, Wyatt T. A framework for thinking about transferring teaching innovations into new settings. Medical Science Educator. 2017; 27(4): 785-791 (DOI:10.1007/s40670-017-0468-3)

Gilliland SJ, Wainwright SF. Patterns of clinical reasoning in physical therapist students. Phys Ther. 2017: 97(5): 499-511. (DOI: 10.1093/ptj/pzx028)

Gilliland SJ, Wainwright SF. Physical therapist students’ conceptualizations of practice. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2017; 31( 3) 54-63.

Gilliland SJ. Physical therapist students’ development of diagnostic reasoning: A longitudinal study. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2017: 31: 31-48.

Gilliland SJ. Clinical Reasoning in first- and third-year physical therapist students. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2014; 28: 64-80.

Presentations

Ito C, Gilliland SJ. Active Learning Strategies to Enhance Learning Outcomes in DPT Students. Poster accepted for presentation at APTA Educational Leadership Conference 2021 (Atlanta GA)

Gilliland SJ. Using Educational Theory to pivot to online environment. Presentation at SIG-Sortia 2021, part of APTA Combined Sections Meeting (virtual) 2021.

Gilliland SJ. Using the Lens of Student Learning to Examine the Pedagogies of Practice. Paper accepted for presentation at American Educational Research Association 2020. (San Francisco, CA) [Conference Cancelled]

Tierney L, Brown P, Gilliland SJ. Parkinson's Disease Mini-Boot Camp: A Brief, Intense Experiential Learning Module. Poster presentation at APTA Combined Sections Meeting 2020 (Denver, CO)

Rapport MJ, Gilliland SJ, Huhn K. Using Clinical Reasoning Research to Inform Practice: Knowledge Translation. Educational session presented at APTA Educational Leadership Conference 2019 (Bellevue, WA; October 2019)

Vogel, C., Gilliland, S., Ito, C., Brown, P. (2019). Doctor of Physical Therapy Student Skill Attainment: Using the Resting Blood Pressure Skill Assessment Tool (rBP-SAT). Poster presentation at APTA Combined Sections Meeting 2019, Washington, DC.

Christensen N, Covington K, Grossman P, Gilliland S, Gwyer J, Hack LM, Jensen GM, Mostrom E, Nordstrom T.  Exploring Signature Pedagogy in Physical Therapy: Concepts and Cases. Educational session psented at APTA Combined Sections Meeting 2019 (Washington, DC; January 2019)

Gilliland SJ, Ito C. Modeling and Mentoring: Using the Cognitive Appnticeship Model to Facilitate Student Clinical Reasoning Faculty Development. Poster psentation at APTA Educational Leadership Conference 2018 (Jacksonville, FL; October 2018)

Gilliland SJ, Puri S. Physical Therapist Students' Understanding of Physical Therapy Practice: A Longitudinal Study. Platform psentation at APTA Combined Sections Meeting. February 2018, New Orleans, LA.

Gilliland S, Huhn K, Wainwright S, Black L, Christensen N. Clinical Reasoning: A Concept Analysis. Platform psentation at World Confederation of Physical Therapy (WCPT) Congress. July 2017, Cape Town, South Africa.

Gilliland SJ. From Concept to Action: Physical Therapist Students’ Perspectives on Practice and their engagement in Clinical Reasoning. Platform psentation at APTA Combined Sections Meeting (First Annual Key Shepard Qualitative Research Symposium). February 2017, San Antonio, TX.

Gilliland SJ, Huhn K, Wainwright SF, Hoang H. Improving teaching with a solid theoretical foundation. Educational session psented at APTA Educational Leadership Conference 2016. (Phoenix, AZ; October 2016)

Gilliland SJ. Physical therapist students’ conceptualizations of effective practice. Poster psented at APTA NEXT, June 2016, Nashville, TN.

Gilliland SJ. Patterns of clinical reasoning in physical therapist students. Poster psented at APTA Combined Sections Meeting, February 2016, Anaheim CA.

Gilliland SJ, de Ruiter JJ, Hong J, Whitlock B. Clinical reasoning in physical therapist students. Poster psented at California Physical Therapy Association Conference, September 2015, Pasadena CA.

Gilliland SJ, Fischer C. Fixing, building or healing. Physical therapist students’ perceptions of practice. Poster psented at APTA Combined Sections Meeting; February 2014, Las Vegas NV.

Gilliland SJ. Supporting students in becoming self-directed learners. Poster psented at APTA Educational Leadership Conference; October 2013, Portland OR.

Gilliland SJ. A longitudinal study of the development of clinical reasoning in physical therapist students. Poster psented at: APTA Combined Sections Meeting; January 2013, San Diego, CA.

Gilliland SJ. Physical therapist students' perspectives on professional competence. Poster psented at: APTA Annual Conference; June 2012; Tampa, FL.

Gilliland SJ. An exploratory study of clinical reasoning in physical therapy students. Poster psented psentation at: APTA Combined Sections Meeting; February 2012; Chicago, IL.