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Mary A. Sharkey , PhD

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    • Associate Professor

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    • Faculty

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    • Lewis Hall

    • Undergraduate Education:
    • BS  (Physical Therapy)  1975  Ohio State University

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    • MS  (Allied Health)  1976  Ohio State University

       

      PhD  (Anatomy)  1984  Medical University of South Carolina

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RECENT PRESENTATIONS

The Child’s Developing Brain: Emerging Neuroscience and its Therapeutic Implications, Therapeutic Services,
Manhattan, NY, June 2013.


Objectives and Content Development, PTA Advanced Proficiency Pathways Workshop, Preconference, Combined
Sections of American Physical Therapy Association, San Diego, CA, January 20-21, 2013.


The Child’s Developing Brain: Emerging Neuroscience and its Therapeutic Implications, Pediatric Preconference,
Combined Sections of American Physical Therapy Association, Chicago, Illinois, February 2012.


Hurt to Hope: Understanding the Neuroscience of Supporting Infants and their Families, St. Luke’s Rehabilitation
Institute, Spokane, WA, June 7, 2011.


Case Reports/Clinical Effectiveness: Share your Intuition, NDTA 2010 National Conference: Clinical Problem Solving
in the Context of NDT: Thinking, Treating and Documenting Like a Master Clinician, St. Louis, Missouri, May 2010.


PTA Law and Implications for Faculty and Students, Board of Physical Therapy, State of Washington, Olympia, WA,
February 2008.


Understanding Neurological Patients from a Physical Therapy Point of View: Team treatment, Washington State
University, Speech and Language Pathology Department, yearly 2001-2011.


Role of Physical Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant and Case Studies, Two Workshops, Eastern
Washington University, Spokane, WA, 2002-2011.


Understanding Todays Child and Brain, Montessori Institute of America, National Conference, Spokane Valley, WA,
July 20-21, 2007.