The Johns Hopkins Hospital Sports Residency
    The mission of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Sports Physical Therapy Residency is to provide a physical therapist the clinical experience, mentorship, and learning opportunities needed to become a well-rounded and complete sports medicine professional. The residency graduate will use a collaborative and evidence- based approach to deliver the highest quality of care to athletes and patients of all ages and competitive levels. Ultimately, the residency is committed to providing a highly trained clinical specialist of sports medicine to the community in the form of a residency graduate.
Program Contact Information
Program Type Residency
Program Status Accredited
Specialty/Subspecialty Sports
Website http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/physical_medicine_rehabilita
tion/education_training/neurologic_orthopedic_residenci
es.html
Website Directory Contact Name John Dale, PT, DPT
Address Line 1 4924 Campbell Blvd., Ste 130A
Address Line 2 Johns Hopkins Rehab Services at White Ma
City, State Zip Nottingham, Maryland 21236
Phone 443/442-2810
Fax
Email jdale5@jhmi.edu
Application Details
Application Deadline 1 12/01/2017
Admission Decision Date 1 02/02/2018
Program Start Date 1 07/09/2018
Interview Required Yes
Important Dates Interviews will be conducted on January 20, 2018
Program Prerequisites
Courses Not Applicable
Certifications Graduation from a CAPTE-Accredited Physical Therapy Education Program, Maryland Physical Therapist Licensure, and one of the following (a) approved Emergency Responder Certification, (b) Athletic Training Certification, or (c) EMT Licensure
Experience Not Applicable
Link to program’s prerequisite instructions Not Applicable
Supplemental Requirements
Supplemental application fee required Yes
Supplemental application fee amount $50.00
Link to supplemental forms or instructions Not Applicable
Essay Questions
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1. Why are you pursuing residency education and what specifically attracts you to a Sports Physical Therapy Residency?
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2. What are your top 2-3 clinical interests?
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3. What are your personal and/or professional characteristics that will help you succeed in a residency program?
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4. What are areas of clinical practice and/or professionalism that you would like to improve upon during the program?
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5. What role do you believe the physical therapist should play in the sports medicine team?
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6. What role has the APTA played in your career development?
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Candidate Attestation: I, (insert name), attest that I wish to be considered for the 2018/19 cohort. As such, I understand and agree with the following: 1. There is a $50 supplemental application fee that is to be paid to the Johns Hopkins Hospital Rehabilitation Therapy Services clinic, and mailed to 10753 Falls Road, Suite 235, Lutherville, MD 21093. 2. If afforded the opportunity to interview, all interviews are "in-person" and that "virtual interviews" will not be granted. 3. Due to the start date of this program, I am committed to taking my licensure exam in April of 2018 to ensure that I am licensed to practice in Maryland
References/Evaluations
Program requires a reference from the following individuals
    Physical Therapy Professor
    Clinical Instructor
    Optional Reference of applicants choosing
Program Details
Multi-site program No
Part-time versus Full-time Full Time
      Tuition No
      Salary Yes
      Salary Type Annually
      Benefits Full-Time Employee
      Other Benefits Not Applicable
      Ability to earn higher degree No
      Higher degree available Not Applicable
      Program Length (in months) 13
      Anticipant number of clinical hours per week 50
      Maximum Number of Positions 1
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