Jennifer Biggs, PT, PhD, MPH, CWS
Associate Professor, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
St. Catherine University
Dr. Biggs is a graduate of the UW-Madison where she received a BS in Physical Therapy in 1997. She received an MPH in Public Health Administration in 2002 and a PhD in Health Services Research in 2016, both from the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Biggs teaches course content in acute care, cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and wound management in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at St Catherine University. She also serves as co-chair of admissions and coordinates service learning within the DPT curriculum. Dr. Biggs’ research interests include service delivery models in physical therapy and community based participatory research.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) Standards of Best Practice in Simulation (2016) are foundational to optimize innovative interprofessional (IPE) simulation-based learning. These are often perceived to be nursing focused in application and have not been more broadly disseminated across various healthcare professional disciplines. The St. Catherine University Henrietta Schmoll School of Health (HSSH) represents 28 Nursing and Health Science Programs with a focus on innovative interprofessional learning. Simulation-based learning is a method to…