Prisca Collins, PT, PhD
- AHPT 608: Physical Therapy Research I: Evidence-Based Practice
- AHPT 612: Foundations of Physical Therapy III
- AHPT 642: Medical Issues in Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy
- AHPT 700: Physical Therapy Administration
- AHPT 709: Physical Therapy Research III
- AHPT 744: Independent Study in Physical Therapy
- AHRC: 628 Psychosocial Aspects of Disability
- Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, Rehabilitation Sciences
- Predoctoral Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh, Policy & Evaluation
- M.S., University of Pittsburgh, Health & Rehabilitation Sciences (Orthopedic Physical Therapy Focus)
- B.S., Florida International University, Physical Therapy
- Use of mechanical cervical traction for the management of cervical radiculopathy
- Biopsychosocial factors related to self reports of back pain among underrepresented minority populations
- Strategies for delivering health care in a culturally responsive manner
- Leadership development for social justice and social change
Collins, P. & Hopson, R. Building Leadership Development, Social Justice and Social Change in Evaluation through a Pipeline Program. In: Martineau, J., Hannum, K., & Reinelt, C. (Eds.), Handbook of Leadership Development Evaluation. Jossey-Bass; 2007.
Hopson R.K., & Collins, P.M. Building a Pipeline Program for Evaluators of Color. The Evaluation Exchange. Harvard Family Research Project. 2005; XI (2): 17, 19.
Moeti, P. (aka Collins) and Marchetti, G., Clinical Outcomes from Mechanical Intermittent Cervical Traction for the Treatment of Cervical Radiculopathy: A Case Series, Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy, 31(4): 207-213, 2001.