“It’s about lifelong learning, isn’t it?”
Today’s episode is so full of quotables – I was writing down words of wisdom from Ann during my entire editing process. I interviewed Ann H. Newstead, PT, DPT, PhD, GCS, NCS, CEEAA (whew!) for today’s episode on #oncoPT abroad, her work with IPT-HOPE, & a brief foray into how HIV/AIDS fits into oncology physical therapy.
Ann’s bio: After more than 35 years as a physical therapist, Dr. Ann Newstead, PT, DPT, PhD, committed to designing a physical therapy environment that would provide quality, expert physical therapy within her local community. Dr. Newstead is a Certified Clinical Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in Neurologic (1995-present) and Geriatrics (2005-present) and Vestibular Certification (2009). She believes that staying current in her areas of specialization is important to serve your needs and get you back to a healthy, quality lifestyle.
4:41 Ann’s inspiration for her diverse qualifications & certifications
7:42 IPT-HOPE + Ann’s work in Nigeria
15:29 How to get involved with overseas work as a PT
17:35 How does HIV/AIDS fit into OncoPT?
Want to get involved in international #oncoPT like Ann? Email her with her address below!
Ann’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org
IPT-HOPE homepage: https://www.wcpt.org/ipt-hope