Additional Training Options for DPT Students
As a student within the University of Kansas Doctor of Physical Therapy program, you'll benefit from additional training opportunities alongside clinicians and researchers in other areas of the University of Kansas Medical Center.
Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND)
The LEND program provides graduate and post-graduate level professionals from various disciplines the necessary preparation for becoming future leaders in the field of developmental disabilities to improve the health of infants, children, and adolescents with disabilities.
Neurological and Rehabilitation Sciences Training Program
KU Medical Center's Training Program in Neurological and Rehabilitation Sciences, funded by an NIH T32 grant, provides predoctoral interdisciplinary training in translational research in basic and clinical aspects of neurosciences. The program offers students experience with the complex interdisciplinary models that will be necessary for the next generation of therapeutic approaches in neurorehabilitation.
JaySTART is a free occupational, speech and physical therapy clinic at the University of Kansas Medical Center that serves the Kansas City community. Under direct supervision of licensed physical therapists and occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists, students in training provide rehabilitation services to patients.
BullDoc Health Clinic provides free, comprehensive health care and education to students at Wyandotte High School. KU Medical Center physician-faculty and students provide quality care tailored to the specific needs of the community they serve.