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Cardiopulmonary PT Journal Podcast

This podcast serves to help facilitate discussion and dissemination of research and clinical practice within the field of cardiovascular and pulmonary PT.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 40:57
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal April 2021, Volume 32, Issue ;
In this episode, we interview Dr. Liana Wooten from George Washington University regarding her publications “Carbon Dioxide Expiration and Performance Fatigability Following Aerobic Exercise Training” and “Role of Respiratory Buffering in the Relationship Between Recovery and Performance Fatigability After Aerobic Exercise Training” published in the January 2021 Special Issue on Basic Science and Applied physiology. This episode includes a great discussion on the role of applied physiology research in the physical therapy profession and the effects of fatiguability on activity limitations.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 85:45
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal 
In this episode we interview Dr. Naomi Bauer PT, DPT, CCS on outpatient post-COVID rehabilitation. Dr. Bauer practices in outpatient cardiopulmonary rehab and has been working extensively with the post-COVID population. This episode features her perspective and expert opinion on the examination, assessment, monitoring and intervention for patients post-COVID. We also discuss potential strategies to manage these cases in a typical outpatient physical therapy clinic.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 86:03
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal 
This episode features a panel of physical therapists practicing on the front line of care during the COVID pandemic across 3 major cities (Chicago, Dallas and New York City). The panelists share their insights and perspective regarding the acute care and ICU rehabilitation management of patients with COVID. The impact of COVID on the healthcare system in general is also discussed, as well as future directions for the physical therapy profession.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 38:30
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 31(2):57-65, April 2020
In this episode, we interview Dr. Neeti Pathare PT, PhD from Tufts University regarding her publication “Physical Activity: Levels, Knowledge, and Attitudes of Physical Therapy Students in the United States” published in the April 2020 issue. The role of the physical therapy profession in physical activity and health promotion.
Duration: 35:15
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal January 2020, Volume 31, Issue 1;
In this episode, we interview Dr. Todd Davenport the Associate editor for the January 2020 special issue on the Social Determinants of Health. Following the special issue, Dr. Davenport will serve as the Associate Editor for this publication line for CPTJ going forward. This episode features the publications contained in this special issue and its development process. The episode also includes discussions the role of the physical therapy profession in addressing the social determinants of health.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 49:09
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal 
In this episode, we interview the team of authors for Physical Therapist Management of Patients with Heart Failure Clinical Practice Guideline. This interview features all 5 lead authors and a great discussion on the CPG development process, as well as perspectives on HF management by physical therapists
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 55:34
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Elizabeth Dean the winner of the 2019 Linda Crane Memorial Lecture Award and author of the corresponding manuscript “Health Competencies The C.R.A.N.E.” featured in the July issue of the journal. Dr. Dean’s career has been committed to establishing health competencies as fundamental competencies in physical therapist practice worldwide which was the key point of emphasis for her fantastic lecture and manuscript, and this episode.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 34:22
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 30(2):61-69, April 2019
In this episode, we interview Dr. Rebecca Byrd Brown from Duke University who is the author of the manuscript “A 1-Month Physical Therapy–Based Outpatient Program for Adults Awaiting Lung Transplantation: A Retrospective Analysis of Exercise Capacity, Symptoms, and Quality of Life” published in the April issue. In this interview we discuss the findings of this study and the role of physical therapists in pulmonary rehabilitation programs for patients both awaiting and following lung transplantation.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 50:47
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Alvaro Gurovich the winner of the APTA CVP Section Research Grant for 2017-2018. We discuss Dr. Gurovich’s work relating to blood flow and endothelial function in patients with cardiovascular disease. Additionally we also discuss the importance of basic science research and ways to improve the support and dissemination of this type of research in the physical therapy profession.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 50:37
In this episode, we interview Dr. Christopher Brown from Texas Women’s University who is the author of the manuscript “Body Position Affects Ultrasonographic Measurement of Diaphragm Contractility” published in the October issue. In this interview we discuss the findings of this study and how measures of diaphragm contractility can be implemented across a variety of clinical settings.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 17:20
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Sandra Billinger from The University of Kansas Medical Center. We discuss her work which investigates the influence of vascular function in patients with stroke and the role of exercise therapy in this population. We also discuss her career as a researcher, including her experiences chairing the interdisciplinary scientific statement development group on exercise training for patients with stroke and the process of developing and directing a research lab.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 28:07
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 29(3):110-123, July 2018
In this episode, we interview Tamica Sturgess author of the July Publication “The Functional Difficulties Questionnaire: A New Tool for Assessing Physical Function of the Thoracic Region in a Cardiac Surgery Population.” We discuss the paper and the practical utility of the first validated functional outcome measure for patients following cardiac surgery. We also discuss the process of participating in research as a clinician.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 16:58
In this episode, we interview Dr. Sean Collins, editor in chief of Cardiopulmonary PT Journal and the Winner of the 2018 Linda Crane Memorial Lecture Award. His talk is titled “Synthesis: Causal Models, Causal Knowledge” which we explore and describe in the context of physical therapy practice.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 38:38
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal 
In this episode, we interview Dr. Barbara Smith from the University of Florida and lead speaker for the talk at CSM 2018 titled “Respiratory Muscle Training Prescription: Endurance or Strength”. Dr. Smith is a leader in the field of respiratory muscle physiology. She shares some of her perspectives in this field of physiology as well as her experiences of conductive both mechanistic and clinical research as a physical therapist.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 25:44
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 29(1):3-12, January 2018
In this episode, we interview Dr. Sara Arena lead author for “Blood Pressure Attitudes, Practice Behaviors and Knowledge of Outpatient Physical Therapists” published in the January issue of the journal. We discuss the evidence supporting blood pressure screening and the gaps in practice behaviors, as well as ways to improve screening.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 36:03
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal 
In this episode, we interview Dr. John Heick co-lead investigator for the APTA Cardiopulmonary Section’s Heart Failure Clinical Practice Guideline. This episode we discuss updates to the development process, and offer a brief preview of some of the recommendations. We also discuss the processes of knowledge translation and implementing research into clinical practice.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 29:30
In this episode, we interview Dr. Thessa Hilgenkamp PhD one of the authors for the paper “Feasibility of Supramaximal Verification of Peak Oxygen Uptake of a Graded Maximal Treadmill Test in Adults With Intellectual Disability” published in the October 2017 issue of CPTJ. We also discuss the intersectional relationship between intellectual disability, physical activity, and cardiovascular disease.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 31:11
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 28(3):85-92, July 2017
In this episode, we discuss the Cardiopulmonary Research and Review lecture and paper with lead author Dr Paul Ricard PT, DPT, CCS. We also discuss the importance of carefully appraising clinical research from a clinician’s perspective and provide practical recommendations on how to integrate research into practice.
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 28:18
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 28(2):53-62, April 2017
In this episode, we interview Pam Bartlo PT, DPT, CCS from the D’Youville College regarding her paper published in April’s edition of the journal titled “Background and Expertise of Faculty Teaching Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Content in Entry-Level DPT Programs”. It was a great conversation regarding cardiopulmonary coursework and physical therapy education in general!
Creator: Rich Severin
Duration: 26:25
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal 
In this episode, we interview Roger Kerry PhD MCSP FMACP FHEA from the University of the Nottingham, UK regarding his work on cervical arterial dysfunction and orthopedic manual therapy. Both the research and practice aspects of cervical arterial dysfunction are discussed. Dr. Kerry also offers his perspective on new directions for clinical research in physical therapy.
Creator: Rich Severin and Sean Collins
Duration: 24:03
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal. 28(1):3-11, January 2017
In this episode, we feature Michael Schoemaker, PT, DPT, PhD, GCS, associate professor at Grand Valley State. We discuss his study published in the most recent edition of CPPTJ, which involves a novel technology for physical activity monitoring in patients with heart failure. We also discuss future directions for wearable technologies in both research studies and clinical practice.
Creator: Rich Severin and Sean Collins
Duration: 20:34
Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal 
In this episode, we introduce the plans and scope for this podcast and blog. We also discuss the importance of leveraging emerging media technology and social media in the field of academia.
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