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Anne-Marie Dupre

  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Assistant Director of Clinical Education
  • PT, DPT, MS, NCS
  • Phone: 401.874.5002
  • Email:
  • Office Location:
    University of Rhode Island
    Department of Physical Therapy
    Independence Square, Room 107
    Kingston, RI 02881


Dr’s Dupre’s expertise is in the area of neurological physical therapy. She is a Board Certified Specialist in Neurology from the APTA and she continues to practice in the clinic with a focus on neurology. She is active in the APTA and the New England Consortium of Clinical Educators holding the position of Education Committee Chair.


Dr. Dupre’s research interest are in the areas of neurology, Parkinson and Stroke and clinical education.


  • MGH Institute of Health Profession, Transitional DPT, 2003
  • MGH Institute of Health Professions MS in Neurology Physical Therapy, 1992
  • Simmons College, BS & Certificate in Physical Therapy, 1984


Teaching Responsibility:

PHT 560 Neurotherapeutics
PHT 512 Basic Evaluation I 3
PHT 672 Pharmacology 2 credits
PHT 592 Comprehensive Cases
PHT 610 Evidence Based Inquiry I
PHT 620 Evidence Based Inquiry II
PHT 630 Evidence Based Inquiry III
PHT 640 Evidence Based Inquiry IV
PHT 513 Advance Neurotherapeutics
PHT 505 Introduction to Physical Therapy
PHT 611 Integrated Clinical Experience I
PHT 612 Integrated Clinical Experience II
PHT 613 Integrated Clinical Experience III
PHT 614 Integrated Clinical Experience IV


Professional Service:

American Physical Therapy Association

-Education Section CESIG and ASIG
-Neurology Section
-Aquatics Section
-Rhode Island Chapter
-Professional Practice Committee

New England Consortium of ACCE
Member 2007 – present
-Chair of the Education Committee 2013 – present


Dupre, AM, Hulme, J, Bisconti, M, Harris, W, Johnson, C, Lamb, A, Lee, L, Letrero,
R, Phaneuf, G, Portis, L, Efficacy of a Community –Taught Aquatic Therapy
Program for Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. APTA Combined Sections
Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 18, 2017.

Dupre, AM, Wetherbee, E, Cusson, M Kenney, D. Analysis of Clinical Instructors Level of
Agreement to Interpret Supportive Comments on the Clinical Performance Instrument.
Platform Presentation APTA Education Leadership Conference, Phoenix AZ, October 9,

McAuley, A, Wetherbee, E, Dupre, AM, Cesario, C, Cusson, C, Holmes, MB, Kenney, D,
Kucharski-Howard, J. DPT Student Readiness for First-time Clinical Experiences. Platform
Presentation APTA Education Leadership Conference, Phoenix AZ, October 9, 2016.

Dupre, AM, Fox, W. Update on Multiple Sclerosis: PT Perspective, RI APTA, Warwick, RI,
March 13, 2014.

Jacobs, M., Fasano, J., Seyboth, M., Johnson, E., Marcoux, B., Dupre, AM.,  The Effect of an Aquatic Exercise Program on Balance in Individuals with Parkinson Disease.   J of Aquatic Phys Ther. 2012; 19(2): 4-15

Teaching Strategies for Health Education and Health Promotion:  Working with Patients, Families and Communities.  Sudbury, MA.  Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2009: 509 – 519.

Dupre, AM, Goodgold, S, Development of Physical Therapy Student Cultural Competency Through International Community Service   Journal of Cultural Diversity, 2007; 14(3): 126-134.

Gilchrist, LS, Woods, M, Bohmert, J, Hulme, JB, Dupre, AM:  Impaired Arousal, Range of Motion, and Motor Control Associated with Coma, Near Coma or Vegetative State (Pattern I): In Moffat, M, Bohmert, J and Hulme JB.  eds

Dupre, AM., Foord-May, L: Education for Patients and Families After Stroke: a
Multifaceted Approach: In Lowenstein AJ, Foord-May, L, and Romano, CJ. Eds
Teaching Strategies for Health Education and Health Promotion: Working with
Patients, Families and Communities. Sudbury, MA. Jones and Bartlett Publishers,
2009: 509 – 519.

Gilchrist, LS, Woods, M, Bohmert, J, Hulme, JB, Dupre, AM: (Pattern I): In Moffat, M, Bohmert, J and Hulme JB. eds
Neuromuscular Essentials: Applying the Preferred Physical Therapist Practice
Patterns. Thorofare, NJ. SLACK Incorporated, 2008:281 – 300.


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