516 D Atwell Hall
453 W. 10th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: 614-292- 2410
Primary Professional Areas of Interest
Clinical education including contemporary models for clinical education, current clinical education practices and translation of classroom and laboratory practices into clinical education. She is currently studying the impact of student clinical experiences on clinician productivity in a variety of common settings for physical therapists.
Thomas ET, Rybski M, Apke T, Kegelmeyer D, Kloos AD. An Intensive Care Unit Simulation Laboratory Enhances Occupational and Physical Therapy Student Preparedness to Work in Acute Care Settings. In Review. Journal of Interprofessional Care.
Apke, TL, Siles, A. “Perspectives of Clinical Site Educators of the Processes, Benefits and Barriers to PT and PTA Clinical Education”. APTA CSM 2014. Las Vegas: APTA. (2014)
Apke T, Siles A. “Advancing the Goals of Vision 2020 within a Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy. Education Program through a Final Practicum Experience, Pre and post clinical assignments.”Alexandria: APTA 2010 Combined Section Meeting. (2010)
Apke T, Kidder M, McHugh R. "To Teach is to Learn: Didactic and Clinical Teaching as a Learning Model for Residents." Presented at American Physical Therapy Association Educational Leadership Conference.Baltimore, MD (2015)
Apke T, Gallivan S, Giuffre S, Howman J, McCallum C, Siles A. “Grassroots Initiatives in Clinical Education to Discover Collaborative Strategies.” Presented at APTA Combined Sections Meeting. (2013)
Apke T, Howman J, Jacobson P, McCallum C, Mosure P. “Preparing the future in PT clinical education: Grassroots partnerships between academic programs and clinical educators” Presented at APTA Educational Leadership Conference. (2012)
- Professional Issues
- Advanced Therapeutic Progressions
- Healthcare Policy
- 1989: BA, Zoology, Miami University
- 1991: MPT, Hahnemann University
- 2005: DPT, AT Still University