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Paz S Cabanero-Johnson P.T., D.Sc.P.T.

Academic Title: Assistant Professor (adjunct Faculty I)
Primary Appointment: Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
pcaba001@umaryland.edu
Location: 100 Penn Street
Phone: (410) 850-4156

Personal History:

Professional education specialist with emphasis on leadership training, coaching, workforce development and succession planning. Experiences in adult learning strategies and instructional design methods, distance education, use of instructional technology primarily web-based curriculum design, implementation and evaluation. Specialized experiences in clinical education in the field of rehabilitation and physical therapy, item writing, professional educational accreditation, federal mediation, coaching, and personality/learning styles inventory. Effective verbal and written communication skills with published work.

Research Interests:

Human Resource and Leadership Development

Clinical Speciality:

Coaching and Mentoring, Department of Veterans Affairs, 2008
Distance Education, University of Maryland in Baltimore County, 2009
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), 2007
Credentialed Clinical Instructor, American Physical Therapy Association, 2006
Wound Specialist/Diplomate, American Academy of Wound Management, 1997-2007
Disability Analyst, American Board of Disability, 1995
Bobath Practitioner, International Bobath Instructor-Tutor, Association in Hemiplegia, 1993


Publications:

Newsletters

Physical Therapy for the Young. Broaddus Hospital Newsletter. November, 1987.

The Nature of Planning. Broaddus Hospital Newsletter. February, 1988.

Nothing. St. Joseph's Hospital Paper Pager. October, 1988.

Without Hope? St. Joseph's Hospital Paper Pager. November, 1988.

Child of Destiny. St. Joseph's Hospital Paper Pager. October, 1989.

What It Means to Be an American. Ginger Cover, 14(11):9. November, 2001.

The Tale of One Unlikely Hero. Chesapeake Region, 4(3):4. July, 2003.

Tips of Medicare Part B Utilization. Chesapeake Region, 5(1):4. January, 2004.

The Ethical and Legal Basis for Continuing Education. PT News. Maryland State Board of Physical Therapy. Winter 2004.

Truth Telling and Safe Disclosures. PT News. Maryland State Board of Physical Therapy. Summer 2005.

The Face of Character. PT News. Maryland State Board of Physical Therapy. Summer 2007.

Newsmagazines

Planned Change: A New Look at the DPT Curriculum. Guest Editorial. Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants, 12(16):4, 42. August 13, 2001.

Hitting the Web: The Future of e-Learning and Implications for Physical Therapy. Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants, 14(10):42-43. April 28, 2003.

Communication Is Key to Bridging Cultural Differences. Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants, 14(14)4-5. June 23, 2003.

The Gray Divide: Making Ethical Choices. Guest Editorial. Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants, 16(11) 5. May 23, 2005.

Retention Strategies: What PT Students Want Prospective Employers to Know. Guest Editorial. Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants, 16(27): 4-5. December 19, 2005.

The Advent of Technology. Guest Editorial. Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants, 18(6): 3. March 26, 2007.

Realizing the Gift. Guest Editorial. Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants, 18(20): 3. September 10, 2007.

Our Challenge of Diversity. Guest Editorial. Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants, 18(27): 3. December 17, 2007.

The Future Shape of Careers. Guest Editorial. Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants, 18(28): 3. December 31, 2007.

Newspapers

The Challenge of Adaptation in an Ever Changing Environment. Hospital Administrators and Human Resources Forum Hospital Edition, 1(2):1-2. March 9, 1987.

Physical Therapy Forum. MidAtlantic Edition, 6(14):1,3-4. April 8, 1987/Western Edition, 6(14):1,3-4. April 8, 1987.

The Golden Leaf. Physical Therapy Forum MidAtlantic Edition, 7(18):1. May 2, 1988/Northeast Edition, 7(18):1. May 2, 1988.

Occupational Therapy Forum, p11. May 2, 1988; Midwest/Southern Edition, p.22. May 9, 1988.

At Death's Door. Physical Therapy Forum MidAtlantic Edition, 7(28):1-2. July 11, 1988.

A Special Place of Healing. Physical Therapy Forum Western Edition, 7(43):8. October 24, 1988/MidAtlantic Edition, 7(43):1-2. October 24, 1988.

The Mission. Physical Therapy Forum MidAtlantic Edition, 7(44):1. October 31, 1988.

Special to the Forum. Occupational Therapy Forum 4th Annual Special Student Recruitment Edition, p. 6. April, 1989.

The Power to Make a Difference. Physical Therapy Forum MidAtlantic Edition, 7(52):1-3. Holiday Edition. December 26, 1988.

Reaching for the Stars. (Poem). Physical Therapy Forum MidAtlantic Edition, 7(52):3. /Holiday Edition. December 26, 1988.

Innocence Betrayed. Physical Therapy Forum MidAtlantic Edition, 8(5):1. February 6, 1989.

Interiors. Physical Therapy Forum Western Edition, 8(15):8-9. April 17, 1989.

Transitory Nomadic Workers and the New Darwinism. First Place Winner in the Best Article Contest. Physical Therapy Forum Northeast Edition, 8(18):1,3. May 8, 1989.

A Sense of Loss. Physical Therapy Forum Western Edition, 8(20):10. May 22, 1989/MidAtlantic Edition, 8(20):l. May 22, 1989..

At the Heart of Human Violence. Physical Therapy Forum Western Edition, 8(41):1-2. October 16, 1989/Midwest/Southern Edition, 8(41):9-10. October 16, 1989.

Occupational Therapy Forum Western Edition, 4(41):11-12. October 16, 1989.