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Exercise Science students present research at WPTA State Clinic

October 10, 2018 In Lakeland University Blog
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Students working in Lakeland University’s Exercise Science Research Laboratory recently produced three new research presentations for the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association State Clinic in Wisconsin Dells, Wis., on Oct. 4.

Lakeland’s students were the only undergraduates presenting research at this conference.

Exercise science student Dylan Lange presented the study titled, “Background and position profile of Wisconsin physical therapists.” William Ebben, associate professor of exercise science, and exercise science student Alyssa Stockero were co-investigators on this study.

Lange also presented the study titled, “Job and career satisfaction is related to physical, mental, and relational well-being of physical therapists.” Ebben and Stockero were also co-investigators on this study.

Stockero presented the study titled, “Job responsibilities and job satisfaction of Wisconsin physical therapists.” Ebben and exercise science students Lange and Martesia Neal were co-investigators on this study.

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