Jane G Keehan, PT, PhD, OCS
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 Title: Associate Professor - Clinical
 Dept: Health Sciences
 Office: HS 126
 Phone: 216-687-3832
 Email: J.KEEHAN@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. HS 126, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Health Policy,Administration and Management, Health Literacy, Health Care for Underserved Populations, Emotional Intelligence, DPT Education, Sensory organization testing, Neurocom,
 
Education:
Ph.D., Physical Therapy, Nova Southeastern University, 2012
M.Ed., Exercise Science, Cleveland State University, 1991
B.S., Physical Therapy, Bowling Green State University, 1985
 
Brief Bio:
My background includes strong clinical experience in musculoskeletal and orthopedic patient treatment as well as evaluation and treatment of the complex patient. I am board certified through the American Physical Therapy Association in Orthopedics. I also have 15 years experience in management and administration both in the outpatient orthopedic PT owned clinics as well as the hospital setting. I actively treat patients in the urban community who are economically disadvantaged. I have a strong interest in providing pro bono care as an ethical, social,  and professional responsibility.
 
Honors and Awards:
Outstanding Physical Therapist for Ohio Physical Therapy Association 2012 (awarded 3-2013)
Leadership Award for Nevada Chapter of APTA, 2005
Service Award for Nevada Chapter of APTA, 2004
 
Creative and Activities:
Involved with Cleveland Museum of Art ( CMA) Vital Signs Program which allows DPT students to explore educational themes from our curriculum within a visit to the CMA. We work with CMA staff to develop appropriate learning themes for students using gallery experiences.
 
Research Interests:
Health Policy in Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services
Delivery of Physical Therapy for underserved populations
Physical Therapy Administration and Management
Satisfaction surveys regarding physical therapy and patient/client compliance/adherence

Emotional Intelligence as it relates to student admissions, student performance and clinician performance.

Utilization of the Neurocom for Sensory Organization testing and Limits of Stability testing for concussion and balance impairments.
 
Teaching Areas:
Administration and Management in Physical Therapy, DPT 790, DPT 793, DPT 895
Professional Issues Courses DPT 785 and DPT 887
Clinical teaching at Care Alliance Clinic providing Physical Therapy Services as part of DPT 681 and DPT 683
Supervision in the Applied DPT courses DPT 686, DPT 786, 788
Oversees DPT 888 Applied V, the DPT students final clinical placement before graduation
Course instructor for Complex Conditions of the Spine DPT 772
 
Professional Affiliations:
Member American Physical Therapy Association ( APTA)  1983-present
Member of Orthopedic Section APTA
Member of Neurological Section APTA
Member of Health Policy Section APTA
Member of Education Section APTA
Board Certified in Orthopedic Physical Therapy, American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.
 
Professional Experience:
2017-present Clinical Associate Professor Doctor of Physical Therapy
2012-fall 2017 Clinical Assistant Professor Doctor of Physical Therapy Program Cleveland State University Full time faculty. Fall semester 2012 to present.
2014 present Adjunct Faculty for NEOMED
2006- 2012 Director of Rehab Services, St.John Medical Center Westlake,OH

2011-2012 Part time instructor in DPT program at Cleveland State University.

2005-2006 Staff Physical Therapist, Reno Sport and Spine Institute, Reno, Nevada.

1996-2005 Clinic Manager, Reno Orthopedic Clinic, S.C.O.R. Physical therapy.

1995-1996 Director of Rehab Services, Lodi Community Hospital, Lodi Ohio.

1990-1995 Assistant Director of Physical therapy, Medina General Hospital, Medina Ohio.

1987-1990 Senior Physical Therapist, Brentwood Hospital, Warrenville, Hts, Ohio

1985-1987 Staff Physical Therapist. Mt. Carmel Hospital, Pittsburg, Kansas.

1985 St. John Medical Center. Joplin, Missouri.
 
University Service:
Member of subcommittee for General Education of UCC 2017-2018
Elected Member of Faculty Affairs for COSHP  2017-2019
Elected member at large for Bargaining Council for AAUP 2017
Elected Member of the UCC    2016-2018
Faculty Member for Reflective Practice with medical students at CSU-NEOMED , M-1 students Fall 2015- Spring 2015
Reflective Practice Leader for M2 students Fall 2015- Spring 2016
Member of Committee to Review Admissions for CSU-NEOMED program Spring 2015
Instructor for CSU Urban Fellows Program Summer 2015.

Member of Workload subcommittee AAUP, Spring 2014.

School of Health Sciences (HSC) service
Member of the Strategic Planning Committee task Force Fall 2014-present
        Member of Committee for Health Sciences Collaboration with UHHS
Member of Search committee for visiting OT professor , Summer 2014
Participant in numerous faculty searches for positions within HSC: Spring 2013,2014

Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Program service:

Elected member of Search Committee for Program Director for the DPT program Fall 2014-Spring 2015
DPT Student Advising for DPT Classes of  2015, and 2016
Other DPT Program Service including: weekly DPT program faculty meetings, biannual retreats, assistance with DPT Prestige Speaker Day, Urban Ivy Tea, DPT Orientation (active in both planning and coordination of the events themselves)
Outcomes management for Doctoral Physical Therapy Program. Fall 2013 to present. Outcome management committee
Team member for implementation of Jun consulting data base for information management for the DPT program. June 2014-present.
 
Professional Service:
Delegate for the Ohio Chapter of APTA 2014-2017
Reviewer for Education Section for CSM poster and Platform abstract submissions, July 2014-2018
Member of OPTA Research Committee 2013- present
Moderator at Education Leadership Conference APTA, Greenwich CT, for a two hour session in regards to Clinical Education. 2013
Delegate for the Ohio Chapter of APTA 2012-2014
Delegate for the Ohio Chapter of APTA 2009 -2011
President of the Nevada Chapter of APTA 2004-2005
President Elect of the Nevada Chapter of APTA 2002-2004
 
Community Service:
Provision of pro bono Physical Therapy services at Care Alliance, St. Clair Ave. Cleveland , Ohio
 
Research Grants:
FSI Grant May 2015- May 2016: Physical Therapy for Medically Underserved Adults.
Mary Milidonis and Jane Keehan.
Amount: $4989.00