Ohio University

Tobe Gillogly

Tobe Gillogly
Assistant Clinical Professor and Chair
Grover Center E178 Athens, OH 45701

Tobe Gillogly MS, PTA is the current chair for the Department of Interdisciplinary Health Studies (IHS) and an assistant clinical professor in the College of Health Sciences and Professions. She instructs multiple courses for the programs in IHS as well as guest lecturing and lab assisting in pediatric DPT courses at OHIO. As a PTA she treats pediatric patients in both an outpatient and schools based setting.

Education

  • MS, Human and Consumer Sciences / Family Studies, Ohio University, 2011
  • AAS, Physical Therapist Assistant /Licensed PTA #5487, Hocking College, 2003
  • BFA, Dance, Ohio University, 1993

Research

  • Barriers to Pediatric Physical Therapy Intensives in Rural Southeastern Ohio: A Survey of Parents, presented at APTA Combined Sections Meeting, 2017
  • Teaching Strategies in Entry Level Pediatric Curricula: One Program’s Experience Using Experiential learning Combined with a Reflective Portfolio; APPTAC 2017

Teaching Experience

  • Lab assistant and guest lecturer for the OHIO Physical Therapy (DPT) program
  • Instructor of record/course developer for interprofessional, identifying abuse, vulnerable populations, cultural competency, and survey of disease courses at Ohio University in the Department of Interdisciplinary Health Studies (IHS)

Clinical Experience

  • Physical Therapist Assistant specializing in Pediatrics; Ohio University Therapy Associates (OUTA) since 2003, providing therapy services in outpatient and school based setting
  • Credentialed Clinical Instructor since 2014

Publications

  • Moini, J. Introduction to Pathology for the Physical Therapist Assistant. Associate Author. Ch. 29 pediatric Disorders. Jan 2020.

 

Awards and Honors

  • Excellence in Online Teaching Award from the College of Health Sciences and Professions, Spring 2016
  • Recognition of Advanced Proficiency from the Physical Therapist Assistant in Pediatrics 2016-2021
  • Recognition of Advanced Proficiency from the Physical Therapist Assistant in Education, 2013-2018 APTA
  • Outstanding Pediatric PTA Clinician of the Year Award, APTA Pediatric Section, 2013
  • Recognition of Advanced Proficiency from the Physical Therapist Assistant in Pediatrics 2012-2016

University/Professional Service

  • Member of APTA Sections on Pediatrics and Education since 2003; mentorship program, APP advisor, APP scholarship chair, and membership committees
  • Member of CHSP and One Ohio Curriculum, CHSP Interdisciplinary Research, IHS Graduate Coordinator, CHSP Teaching and Learning Committees
  • Member of Hocking College PTA Advisory Board