Rochester Regional Health Neurologic Residency
    The mission of the Rochester Regional Health Residency In Neurologic Physical Therapy is to mentor the professional development and advanced clinical training of neurologic physical therapists so they may exemplify the core values of physical therapy professionalism and may capably contribute to the field of neurorehabilitation through leadership and skill as practitioners, educators, and clinical scholars who understand, value, and practice guided by current evidence.

    The residency is a 12 month program, with two six-month rotations across two clinical sites: acute inpatient rehab and outpatient neurologic.

    The program utilizes the Neurologic Physical Therapy Professional Education Consortium as a portion of the program's didactic curriculum. This consists of twenty-six weekly webinars, each of which are two hours in length, covering a broad range of topics that support content of the description of neurologic specialty practice for neurologic physical therapy. The webinar portion of the neuroconsortium is a program requirement. Residents are responsible for the tuition cost. Residents may also elect to participate in the on-site portion of the neuroconsortium, however this is not a program requirement. As with the webinar portion, residents are responsible for tuition and any associated travel/lodging costs.

    Admission criteria include:
    - Be a legal resident of the United States
    - Be a graduate of an accredited physical therapy program
    - Hold a current license to practice physical therapy in the state of New York by the start of the residency program
    - Be willing to complete a formal onsite or video conference interview

    Goals of the residency program include:
    - To develop and deliver a curriculum for a post-professional experiential learning program in neurologic physical therapy that integrates advanced patient-centered practice and interdisciplinary training with a theoretical knowledge base in rehabilitation science.
    - Engage physical therapists in a deliberate and systematic use of reflection in delivering patient-centered care.
    - Develop the clinical and didactic teaching skills of the resident and the residency faculty, fostering a practice environment where clinical knowledge is freely shared through dialogue and interdisciplinary education.
    - Promote advancement in the field of neurologic physical therapy by engaging physical therapists in activities that promote clinical excellence and seek to discover or appraise new evidence to guide practice decisions.
    - Graduate physical therapists who are prepared to pursue the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialities (ABPTS) certification as a neurologic clinical specialist (NCS).
Program Contact Information
Program Type Residency
Program Status Accredited
Specialty/Subspecialty Neurology
Website https://www.rochesterregional.org/for-healthcare-profession
als/residency-training-programs/neurological-physical-t
herapy/
Program Directors Name Jason Frank, PT, DPT
Address Line 1 1555 Long Pond Rd
Address Line 2
City, State Zip Rochester, New York 14626
Phone 585/723-7507
Fax 585/368-3838
Email jason.frank01@rochesterregional.org
Application Details
Application Deadline 1 01/15/2018
Admission Decision Date 1 03/15/2018
Program Start Date 1 07/30/2018
Interview Required Yes
Important Dates
Program Prerequisites
Courses Not Applicable
Certifications Not Applicable
Experience Not Applicable
Link to program’s prerequisite instructions Not Applicable
Supplemental Requirements
Supplemental application fee required Not Applicable
Supplemental application fee amount Not Applicable
Link to supplemental forms or instructions Not Applicable
Essay Questions
None
References/Evaluations
Program requires a reference from the following individuals
    Not Applicable
Program Details
Multi-site program No
Part-time versus Full-time Full Time
      Tuition Yes
      Salary Yes
      Salary Type Annually
      Benefits Part-Time Employee
      Other Benefits Not Applicable
      Ability to earn higher degree No
      Higher degree available Not Applicable
      Program Length (in months) 12
      Anticipant number of clinical hours per week 26
      Maximum Number of Positions 1
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