Exercise Science Students Present at Atlanta Conference
Two Lakeland University exercise science students continued the program’s run of excellence as they presented three studies at the American Council on Academic Physical Therapy/American Physical Therapy Association- Educational Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Ga., on October 22-24.
Senior Madison Blankenship presented the study titled, “Sources of stress and coping strategies of physical therapists during the COVID-19 pandemic.” Co-authors included fellow exercise science research student Hunter Frisk and Associate Professor of Exercise Science William Ebben.
Blankenship also presented the study titled, “Job and career satisfaction is related to physical, mental and relational well-being of physical therapists.” Lakeland student Alicia Thone and Ebben were co-authors.
Thone, a senior, presented the study titled, “Educational background and position profile of American physical therapists.” Blankenship and Ebben were co-authors.
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