Dana Maida, PT, DPT, GCS

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Assistant Director of Clinical Education, Faculty Specialist

Department of Physical Therapy
University of Scranton
800 Linden Street
Scranton, PA 18510-4586
Office: Edward Leahy Hall (ELH) 518
Voice: (570) 941-6710
Email : dana.maida@scranton.edu

B.S., The University of Scranton
MPT, The University of Scranton

DPT, The University of Scranton

Curriculum Vitae

Fall 

PT 701 Introduction to Physical Therapy

PT 702L Basic Patient Management Lab

PT 752 Pharmacology in PT

PT 781 PT Grand Rounds I

PT 795 PT Clinical Education Seminar III

Spring

PT 753 Applied Pathology for PT

PT 721 Rehabilitation I for PT

PT 791 PT Clinical Education Seminar I

PT 793 PT Clinical Education Seminar II

PT 796 PT Clinical Experience III/IV

Summer

PT 792 PT Clinical Experience I

PT 794 PT Clinical Experience II

  • Acute Care
  • Geriatrics
  • Education
  • Clinical Education
  • Professional behaviors of students
Certifications
Memberships
Appointed/Elected Positions
  • Specialization Academy of Content Experts (SACE) – Item Writer for Geriatrics Specialty Council
  • Pocono Susquehanna Clinical Education Consortium PT Co-Chair

Platform Presentations:

Maida DR, Wagner BR, Bockelkamp H. Determining AM-PAC “6-Clicks” scores to predict discharge following elective joint replacement in the geriatric population. Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton and Regional Hospital of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania. Accepted for platform presentation at APTA CSM 2020 Denver, CO.


Gentile M, Lucke C, Ryan D, Maida DR, Schwartz J. The effect of equine-related therapy on physical and psychological well-being of older adults: a systematic review. Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton. Scranton, Pennsylvania. APTA CSM 2019 Washington, DC.


Maida DR, Wagner BR, Bockelkamp HS. Determining AM-PAC “6-Clicks” functional assessment cutoff scores to predict discharge destination in patients following total joint replacement. Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton and Regional Hospital of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania. APTA CSM 2018 New Orleans, LA.


Maida DR, Kirkpatrick K, Longobardi N, Reavey K, Wagner BR. Feasibility, safety, and functional impact of physical therapy during hemodialysis: a systematic review. Department of Physical therapy at the University of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania. APTA CSM 2018 New Orleans, LA.


Maida DR, Wagner BR, Bockelkamp H. Investigating the predictive value of the AM-PAC “6 Clicks” on discharge destination following elective joint replacement. Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton and Regional Hospital of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania. Presented at PPTA Annual Meeting 2016 Lancaster, PA.
 
Poster Presentations:

Craven G, Maida D, Gentile M. Determining the appropriateness of bedrest restriction following Tpa administration for acute stroke: a systematic review. Regional hospital of Scranton and the University of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania. Accepted for poster presentation at APTA CSM 2020 Denver, CO.


Klug S, Loftus M, Zaccaria S, Scardillo J, Maida DR. The effects of early mobility in reducing length of stay for adult patients in the intensive care unit due to trauma: a systematic review. Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania. APTA CSM 2019 Washington, DC.


Maida DR, Wagner BR, Bockelkamp H. Determining AM-PAC “6-Clicks” cutoff scores based on patient age to predict discharge destination following elective joint replacement. Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton and Regional Hospital of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania. APTA CSM 2019 Washington, DC.


Wagner BR, Maida DR, Bockelkamp H. Determining AM-PAC “6-Clicks” cutoff scores based on type of joint replacement to predict discharge destination. Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton and Regional Hospital of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania. APTA CSM 2019 Washington, DC.


Musti K, Maida D, Wagner B. The value of participation in an interactive, case-based interprofessional educational activity between physical therapy and physical therapist assistant students. Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton and Lackawanna College, Scranton, Pennsylvania. Presented at APTA CSM 2017 San Antonio, TX.


Moyer K, Dolphin D, Roncek R, Roughton S, Maida D. Effect of depression on functional mobility in older adults following hip fracture surgery: a systematic review. Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania. Presented at APTA CSM 2017 San Antonio, TX.


Maida DR, Wagner BR, Cuviello P, Kenefick K, Kritz J, Mitteer AL. The effect of minimally invasive and standard incision total hip arthroplasty on functional mobility in the acute care setting: a systematic review. Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania. Presented at APTA CSM 2016 Anaheim, CA.


Maida DR, Wagner BR, Bockelkamp H. Investigating the predictive value of the AM-PAC “6 Clicks” on discharge destination following elective joint replacement. Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Scranton and Regional Hospital of Scranton, Scranton, Pennsylvania. Presented at APTA CSM 2016 Anaheim, CA.

University
  • Faculty Specialist FAC Work Group
    • 2018- Present
  • Panuska College of Professional Studies (PCPS) Tapestry Committee
    • 2016 - Present
  • PCPS Honors Committee
    • 2016 – Present
  • PCPS Field Coordinators and Clinical Internships Committee
    • 2015 – Present
Physical Therapy Department
  • Physical Therapy Club Faculty Advisor
    • 2015- Present
    • Faculty Supervisor for Fall Prevention Screenings September 2018
  • Department Assessment Committee Member
  • Lectures in PT 754 Diagnosis for PT
    • Lab Values
    • Geriatrics