We welcome Dr. Kenneth Miller on the show for a discussion regarding interdisciplinary education. Ken specifically talks about becoming a GCS, non-board certification vs board certification route for development, current landscape of interdisciplinary education in the home health, acute, and inpatient rehabilitation settings, methods of incorporating interdisciplinary education into educational programs, barriers and solutions to interdisciplinary education, his thoughts on CEU courses with interdisciplinary team members, & more!

Ken’s Bio:

Dr. Kenneth L. Miller is a physical therapist and educator with more than 20 years of experience working with older adults in the home and inpatient rehab settings, as well as more than 7 years in adjunct faculty roles for the University of St Augustine, New York Institute of Technology, University of Michigan–Flint, and Touro College. He is a clinical educator at Catholic Home Care, in Farmingdale, N.Y., has developed a course on clinical pharmacology for GREAT Seminars and has several online courses for MedBridge. Dr. Miller chairs the APTA’s Home Health Section Practice Committee and is a member of the editorial boards of Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation, GeriNotes, and is a manuscript reviewer for the Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy.

APTA Home Health Section: http://www.homehealthsection.org/ 

Ken’s Courses on Medbridge: https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/about/instructor/kenneth-l-miller-physical-therapist 

Ken’s Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/kenmpt