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Ken Learman, PT, PhD, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT

Ken Learman Instructor Bio:
Ken Learman, PT, PhD, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT is a Professor of Physical Therapy at Youngstown State University where he is responsible for teaching manual therapy, patient examination and clinical reasoning, and research design and data analysis in the curriculum. Ken is also affiliated faculty at Duke University Division of Physical Therapy. Ken has been a practicing physical therapist for over 27 years and has 14 years of full-time academic experience and is currently engaged in clinical research. Ken received his BSPT at SUNY- Buffalo, his MEd in Health Education at Penn State University and his PhD in Sports Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition, Ken is a board certification specialist in orthopedic physical therapy, a certified orthopedic manual therapist through Maitland-Australian Physiotherapy Seminars (MAPS), and a fellow in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. Ken received a distinguished professorship award for scholarship and a second distinguished professorship award for service at YSU. He is a deputy editor for the Journal of Manual and manipulative Therapy, serves as a reviewer for at least 10 other journals and has served as an external reviewer for tenure and promotion reviews. He has over 25 peer-reviewed journal publications, 6 book chapters and was a co-editor on an orthopedic cases text published in 2015.

Ken Learman's Continuing Education Courses

Rehabilitation Research Boot Camp: Statistical Analysis

Rehabilitation Research Boot Camp: Statistical Analysis

Many clinicians struggle with applying their research design and statistical knowledge to the research articles they read. Many find that the principles of what statistical analyses tell them is simply not intuitive enough nor do they apply… Read Morearrow_right

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Rehabilitation Research Boot Camp: Self-Report & Outcome Measures

Rehabilitation Research Boot Camp: Self-Report & Outcome Measures

One of the most germane questions a clinician can ask themselves after a patient encounter is “did the patient get any better?” This is not a straightforward question to answer for a myriad of reasons. Even though outcomes measures… Read Morearrow_right

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Rehabilitation Research Boot Camp: Improving Grant Writing

Rehabilitation Research Boot Camp: Improving Grant Writing

Many clinicians have clinical questions that cannot be answered by the current available evidence. It is highly recommended that these clinicians and researchers collaborate on seeking answers to these questions but resources to accomplish… Read Morearrow_right

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Rehabilitation Research Boot Camp: Translating Research to Practice

Rehabilitation Research Boot Camp: Translating Research to Practice

This course will introduce and inform the participant on the fundamental concept of translating research into practice (TRIP). This course will provide further elucidate the many barriers that exist in translation and will cover the dearth… Read Morearrow_right

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