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2019 Nominating Committee Candidates
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Ashley Crow, PT, DPT 

Membership dates:

Academy of Acute Care:2006-2009 and 2012-present

APTA: 2006-2009 and 2012-present 

Academy of Acute Care Physical Therapy Activities or Positions Held:

CSM abstract and poster reviewer

APTA activities or positions held

 

Candidate Statement:

Fostering excellence requires the resources of both practicing clinicians and academicians. In order to achieve this goal, the academy should 1) target passionate individuals through outreach and networking to lead collaborative processes that address the current needs of acute care physical therapy, 2) Build an easily accessible platform that fosters partnerships and dialogue between practicing clinicians and those in academics, 3) Commission the creation of resources that can be used in practice and introduced in the academic setting.   


Kim Levenhagen, PT, DPT

Membership dates:

Academy of Acute Care: 2006-Present 

APTA: 1988- Present

Academy of Acute Care Physical Therapy Activities or Positions Held:

Reviewer of CSM/NEXT proposals for Education Committee | Practice Committee | Co-chair of Lab Values Resource and Competencies | Presenter of Pre-Conference and Educational Sessions sponsored by AACPT 

APTA activities or positions held

Eastern District of Missouri House of Delegate representative | EDGE Task Force and Clinical Practice Guideline Committee for Upper Quadrant Secondary Lymphedema | Reviewer for Journal of Acute Care Physical Therapy

Candidate Statement:

As an acute care physical therapist (PT) and a member of the APTA for 30 years, I recognize the value of becoming more involved in the Academy of Acute Care Physical Therapy (AACPT). I am passionate about encouraging members to be actively involved in a profession I am truly committed. I am honored to serve AACPT in many capacities. In addition, I am on several clinical practice guideline groups for the Oncology Section fostering evidence in all settings within acute care. I am known as dependable and punctual and for my positive attitude tackling unchartered territory. This allows me to connect with others who are passionate about acute care and live the AACPT mission. Each member can serve as a voice to encourage others to become more involved and connect. Together we need to share the benefits of being an AACPT member. I love building new relationships, learning from others, and encouraging others to become more actively involved. As a member of the nominating committee, I want to share my passion for acute care physical therapy by motivating others to become more involved and recognizing how their membership can foster excellence in their practice through professional duty and advocacy. 


Kristina Stein, PT, MPT

Membership dates:

Academy of Acute Care: 2006-Present  

APTA: 2006- Present

Academy of Acute Care Physical Therapy Activities or Positions Held: 

Presented educational sessions, platforms, and posters 

APTA activities or positions held:

 Participant of the APTA Concensus Conference on Clinical Education | Active in the National Consortium of Clinical Educators.

Candidate Statement:

I believe that education is paramount to achieveing our mission.  We need to examine the way our future clinicans are being educated on the role and value of acute care physical therapy. Acute care physical therapy is now a career destination and shoudl be presented a s such to our students.  We also need to educate those who we work along side.  Therapists should be seen not only as movement specialists but the when to move and how much to move specialists, working on concert with our physicians and mid-level providers.  Only in these ways can we held our patients reach their full potential.   

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