Carrie S. Foeller

Carrie S. Foeller, PT, DScPT, CEEAA
Associate Director, DPT Program
Assistant Professor
Clinical Education Team
Department of Physical Therapy
University of Delaware
STAR Health Sciences Complex
540 S. College Ave, Suite 210M
Newark, DE 19713
Ph: (302) 831-7006
fax: (302) 831-4234
E-mail: cfoeller@udel.edu
Dr. Carrie Foeller, Associate Director of Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

LICENSURE

Physical Therapy, New York (#016933)
Physical Therapy, Maryland (#18770)

CERTIFICATIONS

Certified Exercise Expert for Aging Adults via the Section on Geriatrics, American Physical Therapy Association, 2011

Certified Clinical Instructor via the American Physical Therapy Association, 2001

CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers, 2014-2016


EDUCATION 
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Boston University
Boston University

Doc
MS
BS

2010
1997
1995

DScPT
Physical Therapy
Health Studies

CURRENT APPOINTMENT
2013 – present Associate Director of DPT Program, Assistant Professor
Department of Physical Therapy
University of Delaware College of Health Sciences
PROFESSIONAL HISTORY 
Academic Positions
2013-Present Associate Director of DPT Program, Assistant Professor, University of Delaware, College of Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy, Newark, DE
2008-2013 Director of Clinical Education, Assistant Professor rank
The Sage Colleges, School of Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy, Troy, NY
2005-2008 Director of Clinical Education, Instructor rank, non-tenure track
University of Maryland, School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Sciences, Baltimore, Maryland
2002-2005 Instructor & Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education, non-tenure track
University of Maryland, School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science, Baltimore, Maryland
2001-2002 Adjunct Instructor in Clinical Education
University of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy, Baltimore, Maryland
2000 Adjunct Instructor
University of Maryland, School of Medicine, Dept. of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science, Baltimore, Maryland
Clinical Positions
2002-2008 Per Diem Physical Therapist
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Maryland
2001-2002 Senior Physical Therapist, Clinical Specialist, & Interim Team Leader; Neurologic and Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Maryland
1999-2001 Clinical Specialist on Neurologic Rehabilitation Service
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Maryland
1997-1999 Staff Physical Therapist
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Maryland
Consultative and Advisory Positions
2002-2008 Faculty Liaison of Dept of Physical Therapy & Rehab Science to Maryland Area Health Education Centers Coordinating Council
2004-2008 Member of Physical Therapy & Rehab Science Service Learning Center Advisory Board

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS/SOCIETIES

  • American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), 1995-present
  • Neurology Section of APTA, 2006-present
  • Geriatric Section of APTA, 2005-present
  • Education Section of APTA, 2002-present
  • Delaware Physical Therapy Association, 2013-present
  • New York Physical Therapy Association, 2009-2013
  • Maryland Physical Therapy Association, 1997-2008
  • New York/New Jersey Physical Therapy Clinical Education Consortia, 2008-2013
  • Clinical Education Forum of Delaware & Maryland, 2002-2008

PUBLICATIONS

PEER-REVIEWED

  1. Foeller, CS. (2006) Addressing Functional Limitations and Disability with Therapeutic Exercise. In F. Huber & C. Wells (Eds.), Therapeutic Exercise. Treatment Planning for Progression. Elsevier.
  2. Huber, F., Foeller, CS. (2006) Introductory Chapter. In F. Huber & C. Wells (Eds.),Therapeutic Exercise. Treatment Planning for Progression. Elsevier.

NON-PEER-REVIEWED

  1. Foeller, CS. (2008) “Curricular Fact Sheet: Medicare Coding & Group Therapy.” Clinical Education, University of Maryland School of Medicine Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science website.
  2. Foeller, CS. (n.d.) “All Hazards Emergency Preparedness, The Role of Physical Therapy.” All Hazards Emergency Preparedness Module, Rural Interdisciplinary Health Promotion. Western Maryland Area Health Education Ceter.
  3. Foeller, CS. (n.d.) “Role of the Physical Therapist in Obesity Prevention.” Obesity Prevention, Interdisciplinary Health Promotion Module, Rural Interdisciplinary Health Promotion. Western Maryland Area Health Education Center.

SERVICE 

Local Service
Sub-Committee member & clinical supervisor, NY Physical Therapy Association, Senior Fitness Screening, Capital Region Senior Expo, 2011-2013
Clinical supervisor, Sage PT Program’s blood pressure screening, Troy Senior Center, 2010
Clinical supervisor, Sage PT Program’s health fair (2009: Atrium, Troy; 2010: Crossgates, Colonie)

Regional Service
Member-at-Large, Eastern District New York Physical THerapy Association, 2011-2013
Eastern District Delegate, NY Physical Therapy Association, NY State Capitol, Albany, 2010-2013
Committee Member, New York/New Jersey Physical Therapy Clinical Education Consortium (Retreat & Nomination committees), 2008-2013

National Service
Member, Clinical Education Special Interest Group, Education Section, American Physical Therapy Association, 2002-present

Academic Member, National Consortium of Clinical Educators, American Council of Academic Physical Therapy, 2015-present

Institutional Service

Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Sciences, University of Delaware
2013 – Present            PT Department Curriculum Committee
2013 – Present            Academic / Clinical Partnerships team member
2013 – Present            Lead, Clinical Enrichment Independent Studies

The Sage Colleges
PT Department liaison, Troy Faculty Council, 2010-2013
Sage Graduate School Curriculum Committee, 2011-2013
School of Health Sciences Interprofessional Education Committee, 2011-2013
School of Health Sciences Health Clinic Development Committee, 2011-2013

Department of Physical Therapy, The Sage Colleges
PT Curriculum Committee, 2010-2013
Core Valus/Professional Behavior Work Group (convener), 2008-2013
Academic & Program Strandards Committee (co-convener), 2008-2013
Program Evaluation Committee, 2008-2013
Admissions Committee, 2008-2013
Handbook Committee, 2009-2013
PT Month Health Fair Committee, 2009-2010

Presentations and Seminars

Peer-Reviewed Presentations:

  1. Foeller, CS., Kyak, C., Pedini, C., Wruble-Hakim, E. “Have we been outsmarted by our smart technologies?” Education Leadership Conference (ELC) of the Education Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. Baltimore, Maryland, 2015.
  2. Wruble-Hakim, E., Stewart, E., Ciolek, C., Foeller, CS., Johnson, D., Roth, W., Kelleher, C. “The Power of Partnership: Part 1” NEXT meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association. National Harbor, Washington DC, 2015. (accepted & pending presentation)
  3. Foeller, CS., Stewart, E., Wruble-Hakim, E., Johnson, D., Blem, T., Kelleher, C. “The Power of Partnership: Part 2” NEXT meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association. National Harbor, Washington DC, 2015. (accepted & pending presentation)
  4. Bell, K., Ciolek, C., Foeller, CS., Wruble-Hakim, E. “Integrating Clinical Experiences in the Curriculum.”  NEXT meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association. National Harbor, Washington DC, 2015. (accepted & pending presentation)
  5. Bell, K., Ciolek, C., Foeller, CS., Wruble-Hakim, E. “The DCE Toolbox: The Nuts and Bolts of Integrated Clinical Experiences.”  NEXT meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association. National Harbor, Washington DC, 2015. (accepted & pending presentation)

Platform Presentations

  1. Foeller, CS. and Cannistraci, P. “Meaningful & Mindful Inter-Professional Education (IPE) Using an Integrated Case Conference.” Platform presentation. Annual conference of the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative and the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative: Collaborating Across Borders, Transformative Change from Classroom ro Practice. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2013

Poster Presentations

  1. Bell, K., Arundale, A., Ciolek, C., Foeller, CS., Wruble-Hakim, E. “Comparison of Clinical Performance Rating Tools for Integrated Clinical Experiences: A Preliminary Analysis.” Poster presentation. Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association. Indianapolis, Indiana, 2015.
  2. Mohr, L., Mercado, I., Kauffman, R., Foeller, CS. “A Neuromuscular re-education and therapeutic exercise program to increase active shoulder abduction and decrease functional impairment foolowing a selective neck dissection.” Poster presentation. Spring Chapter Meeting of Maryland American Physical Therapy Association. Baltimore, Maryland, 2008
  3. McBride, K and Foeller, CS. “The Utilization of Simulated Patients to Assess Communicating Skills in Physical Therapy Students.” Poster Presentation. Combined Sections aMeeting of American Physical Therapy Association. Nashville, Tennessee, 2004

Proffered Communications

  1. Foeller, CS. “Psychology of Disability” University of Maryland School of Medicine, Lecturer for Program in Genetics Counseling. Spring semester: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

Continuing Education Offerings
1. Foeller, CS., Sawyer, T. (2012) “Introduction to Clinical Instruction” Oral presentation. Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital, Physical THerapy Department. Schenectady, New York.
2. Foeller, CS. (2011) “Introduction to Clinical Instruction: What happens when the student walks through the door?” Oral presentation. St. Peter’s Hospital, Physical Therapy Department, Albany, New York.
3. Foeller, CS., Davis, KA. “Cultural Competence: What is your patient really trying to tell you?”, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Department of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Science, Annual PT Month Seminar, October 2005.

TEACHING 

University of Delaware, College of Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy
PHYT600              PT as a Profession, Course Faculty
PHYT805              Rehabilitation, Course Coordinator
PHYT809              Psychosocial Aspects of Health and Disease, Course Faculty
PHYT666              Clinical Enrichment Independent Studies, Course Faculty