Larrie Greenberg Grand Rounds Lectureship
Margaret Plack, PT, DPT, EdD
Professor, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Department of Health, Human Function & Rehabilitation Sciences, George Washington University
"Think Before You Blink: Using Mindful Reflection to Slow Down and Think Deeply"
Dr. Plack’s ongoing research is related to reflective practice and models of education, which has resulted in over 45 publications and a textbook entitled, Teaching and Learning in Physical Therapy: From Classroom to Clinic. Dr. Plack has provided over 175 educational platforms, posters, presentations and workshops nationally and internationally in a variety of venues including AAMC, PAS, ASPE, NEGEA, and APPTAC. Dr. Plack has received a number of awards for her educational research, including the Stanford Award (2005 and 2007) from the Journal of Physical Therapy Education, the Emerald Literati Network Award (2010) from the Journal of Workplace Learning and the J. Warren Perry Distinguished Author Award (2013) from the Journal of Allied Health. In 2011, she received the Award for Leadership in Education from the Education Section of the American Physical Therapy Association.