JCEPT

An open access, peer reviewed publication for physical therapy educators and clinicians, accepting submissions soon.

Mission, Aim, and Scope

The Journal of Clinical Education in Physical Therapy is an open-access peer-reviewed journal. Our purpose is to build the evidence-base related to clinical education and facilitate professional development among the physical therapy clinical and academic faculty of the future. We aim to encourage and disseminate research and innovative methods in clinical education; provide opportunities for professional scholarship in the area of teaching and learning; and stimulate analysis and discussion of clinical and clinical education issues in the field of physical therapy.

The audience of clinical and academic faculty, clinicians, fellows and residents interested in educating physical therapy professionals to succeed in any clinical setting is encouraged to submit the following submission types: 1) original research, 2) clinic-related teaching methods, 3) narrative and systematic reviews, 4) critically appraised topics, and 5) case reports. In addition, the recurring “interprofessional corner” is reserved for interprofessional collaborations or contributions from other health professions that are applicable to physical therapy clinical education. Finally, invited perspectives on educational topics and current trends will be published periodically.


Editors-in-Chief

Christopher Kevin Wong
Christopher Kevin Wong, PT, PhD, MS
Co-Editor JCEPT
  • Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
  • Associate Professor of Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine (Physical Therapy) at CUIMC
  • Associate Director of Faculty Development, Columbia University Program in Physical Therapy
Jean Fitzpatrick Timmerberg
Jean Fitzpatrick Timmerberg, PT, PhD, MHS
Co-Editor JCEPT
  • Board-Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist
  • Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine (Physical Therapy) at CUIMC
  • Associate Director, Columbia University Program in Physical Therapy