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25 West Independence Way, Suite J, Kingston, RI 02881

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Janice Hulme

  • Clinical Associate Professor
  • PT, DHSc, CEEAA
  • Phone: 401.874.4319
  • Email: jhulme@uri.edu
  • Mailing Address:
    University of Rhode Island
    Department of Physical Therapy
    25 West Independence Way
    Kingston, Rhode Island 02881

Biography

Dr. Hulme’s expertise and teaching is in the area of geriatrics, neurological physical therapy and women’s health. Dr. Hulme has been working closely with other departments within the University, as well as RI College and Brown University to develop Interprofessional Education (IPE) programs and opportunities.

Dr. Hulme has been active in the APTA and other professional organizations throughout her career and is currently the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy State Advocate Coordinator. Dr. Hulme has participated and has led students in Broadening Experiences in China, Ireland and Guatemala. Dr. Hulme has been on the faculty since 1999.

Research

• Student readiness for teamwork in professional practice after IPE experiences
• Innovative models for Interprofessional Education

Education

  • University of St. Augustine, FL, DHSc, 1999
  • Northeastern University, Boston, MA, Advanced MS in PT, 1985
  • University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, BS, 1976

 

Teaching Responsibilities:

PHT 505 Introduction to Physical Therapy
PHT 513 Elective – Advanced Neuro Treatment
PHT 513 Elective – Therapeutic Exercise in Neuro Rx
PHT 576 Broadening Experiences
PHT 586 Physical Therapy in the Geriatric Population
PHT 545 Women’s Health
PHT 560 Neuromuscular Therapeutics
PHT 592 Comprehensive Cases
PHT 605 Special Topics in Physical Therapy
PHT 610 Evidence Based Inquiry I
PHT 620 Evidence Based Inquiry II
PHT 630 Evidence Based Inquiry III
PHT 640 Evidence Based Inquiry IV
Inter-university Teamwork in Healthcare Professions
ICE/ IPE – Home Care Visits

 

Professional Service:

• 2017 – present Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy State Advocate Coordinator
• 2016 – present Brown University Family and Internal Medical Resident Training Program in Rehabilitation/Physical Therapy
• 2012 – present Chair, Finance Committee, RI Chapter APTA
• 2012 – present Finance Committee Member, National APTA Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy
• 2014, 2015, 2016 Chair RI Chapter APTA Annual Meeting, committee member 2017

 

Publications

Neuromuscular Essentials: Applying the Preferred Physical Therapist Practice Patterns.  M. Moffat, editor; JA Bohmert and JB Hulme, Associate Editors. Slack Inc, 2009.

Gilchrist L, Woods M, Kuen L, Hulme JB.  Impaired Motor Function and Sensory Integrity Associated with Nonprogressive Disorders of the Central Nervous System – Acquired in Adolescent or Adulthood (Pattern D). Chapter 4 in Neuromuscular Essentials: Applying the Preferred Physical Therapist Practice Patterns.

Wichmann R, Hulme JB.  Impaired Motor Function and Sensory Integrity Associated With Progressive Disorders of the Central Nervous System. (Pattern E). Chapter 5 in Neuromuscular Essentials: Applying the Preferred Physical Therapist Practice Patterns.

Gilchrist L, Woods M, Bohmert JA, Hulme JB, Dupre AM.  Impaired Arousal, Range of Motion, and Motor Control Associated with Coma, Near Coma, or Vegetative State (Pattern I). Chapter 9 in Neuromuscular Essentials: Applying the Preferred Physical Therapist Practice Patterns.

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