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Our Clinical Education team is extremely proud to provide programming that is innovative and beyond basic affiliations or residency offerings. Our program is multidisciplinary, and we work closely with our university partners to bring exciting and multifaceted clinical education opportunities. Students and residents can expect to be both challenged and supported and can expect that time spent in the JHH Clinical Education program offers a pivotal and valuable experience for future professional career advancement. Our Physical Therapy Programming includes:
- Affiliation Education
- Continuing Education
- University Relationships/Volunteer Opportunities
Our department provides clinical education to physical therapy students enrolled in colleges and universities that have established contractual agreements with our physical therapy department. These arrangements are made by the academic coordinator of clinical education at each student's college, not by The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
This site contains information for students assigned to John Hopkins Hospital for clinical training by the college or university in which they are enrolled. Please review the information contained here regarding our educational programs, including necessary questionnaires and forms; housing, parking and transportation arrangements; and contact information:
- Welcome Letter
- Physical Therapy Student Clinical Skills Questionnaire
Please note that neither Johns Hopkins University nor The Johns Hopkins Hospital have a physical therapy school. If you are interested in obtaining information about Physical Therapist or Physical Therapist Assistant educational programs, please visit the American Physical Therapy Association.
Jessalyn Ciampa, PT, DPT, GCS, NCS
Center Coordinator for Clinical Education
Our philosophy emphasizes the active participation with our academic counterparts, for example capitalizing upon opportunities to conduct Physical Therapy related research, produce clinical scholarly projects, and share new collaboration. Additionally, if you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact The Johns Hopkins Hospital Office of Community Services at http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/communityservices/.
We offer several Physical Therapy continuing education courses per year that are in house for our staff and for community participants when space allows.