DPTR 5001: Neuroscience Lab Assistant
DPTR 5301: Medical Conditions I Lab Assistant
DPTR 6503: Neuromuscular III Lab Assistant
DPTR 6702: Differential Diagnosis Lab Assistant
DPTR 6501: Neuromuscular I Lab Assistant 1
Funded Grant Activity
Knebl J (PI). Reynolds Interprofessional Geriatrics Education and Training in Texas Programs. Funded July -December 2013. Role: coordination of physical therapy students into the interprofessional aspects of geriatrics education.
Nordon-Craft A (PI), Schwarz BB, Bugnariu N. Teaching Physical Therapy Students Acute Care Cardiopulmonary Competencies through Problem Based Learning and High Fidelity Human Simulations. Funded July 1, 2013-2014.
Moss M(PI)Schenkman M,Quan D,Nordon-Craft A. The diagnosis and treatment of critical illness polyneuromyopathy in patients with acute respiratory failure. Submitted to National Institute Nursing Research November 5, 2008. Funded: July 1, 2009-2011. Role: ensure the fidelity of hte physical therapy intervention, develop protocols and adherence manual, oversight of physical therapy intervention
Other Research and Scholarly Activity
Nordon-Craft A, Benson A, Luby D, Unfunded Pilot Project: Physical therapy and neuromuscular disease in ICU. Feb 2008- March 2009.
Nordon-Craft A, Bookstein N, Schenkman M, Jankowski K, Unfunded Dissertation: Effects of cancer treatments on balance in women with stage I, II or IIIA breast cancer. Completed September 2009 2
Peer Reviewed Publications
Liu H, Holmes V, Nordon-Craft A, Reeves R. Variation of Sternalis Muscle: a case report. Int J Anatomical Variations. 2012.
Nordon-Craft A, Moss M, Quan D, Schenkman M. Intensive Care Unit-Acquired Weakness. Phys Ther 2012;92:1494-1506.
Nordon-Craft A, Schenkman M, Ridgeway K, Benson A, Moss M. Physical therapy management and patient outcomes following ICU-acquired weakness: a case series. J Neurol Phys Ther. 2011 Sep;35(3):133-40.
Hodgin KE, Nordon-Craft A, Mealer ML, Moss M. Physical therapy utilization in intensive care units: results from two national surveys. Crit Care Med. 2009;37:561-568.3