Journal of Allied Health
The purpose of this case study is to describe the creation and implementation of a sustainable workload model in the physical therapy department, as well as the outcomes resulting from that structure. Between 2002 and 2009, both scholarly productivity and faculty practice activity increased as a result of the redistribution of faculty efforts created by the new workload structure. This case demonstrates how the department has been able to successfully expand research and faculty practice while maintaining a high quality educational experience. The workload guidelines have enabled the collective core faculty to be productive in teaching, research/scholarship and service.;
Original Publication Citation
Keskula, D. C., Mishoe, S., & Wark, E. T. (2011). Redefining faculty workloads in a physical therapy department: A case study. Journal Of Allied Health, 40(3), e49-e53.
Keskula, Douglas C.; Mishoe, Shelley; and Wark, Elizabeth T., "Redefining Faculty Workloads in a Physical Therapy Department: A Case Study" (2011). Community & Environmental Health Faculty Publications. 146.