This collection includes dissertations submitted in partial fulfillment of degree requirements at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2018

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Physical Therapist Assistant Student Success in Traditional 15- versus Seven-Week Courses at a Community College: A Single Institution Case Study, Tammy R. Marcin

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Examination of Athletic Trainer’s Perceptions on Mentoring Relationships, Nicole Anne Wilkins

Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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Asynchronous Video and the Development of Instructor Social Presence and Student Engagement, Kayla E. Collins

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Patient Education Using the Cognitive Apprenticeship Model: A Study for Rehabilitation Specialists, Paul M. Dye

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Teaching Joint Mobilizations in Physical Therapist Assistant Programs: Implications for Instruction and Policy, Renae H. Gorman

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Dosing of Education for Patients Newly Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, Laura K. Miller

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Faculty Perceptions of Readiness to Implement Interprofessional Education in Athletic Training, Meredith M. Parry

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The Effect of Team-Based Learning in a Neurorehabilitation Course within a Physical Therapy Assistant Academic Program, Laurie A. Schroder

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Employing Service Learning to Promote Student Self-Efficacy in Occupational Therapy Education, Erin E. Schwier

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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A Study Examining Practice Style Traits of Physical Therapists: Do They Explain Practice Behaviors and Knowledge Translation?, Kristen M. Johnson

Theses/Dissertations from 2013

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Achievement Motivation and Study Strategies of Graduate Students: Testing Boundary Conditions of Theoretical Constructs, Kevin R. Francom