Angela Lis, PT, PhD
Associate Professor
Seton Hall University
Associate Professor in the Dept. of Physical Therapy, Seton Hall University. As a practicing physical therapist, she has gained valuable expertise in the areas of evidence-based practice, advanced clinical practice with focus on chronic pain population, interprofessional collaboration and research, and leadership. Her interests include Evidence Based practice and knowledge translation, clinical outcome measures, interprofessional education, kinesiology and the Biopsychosocial model of pain and disability. She has been a keynote speaker and guest lecturer on several topics, including curricular integration of evidence-based practice skills, patient-centered models, cognitive reassurance, psychologically informed physical therapy, and the biopsychosocial model of health and disability.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Lightning Talk Description: The World Health Organization (WHO) Rehabilitation Competency Framework (RCF) is a model aimed at communicating expected performance of the rehabilitation workforce across professions, and settings to enable quality care and service delivery; it describes competencies, behaviors, and tasks relevant to all rehabilitation professionals. The RCF was designed as a point of reference to help diverse stakeholders, including educators, accomplish shared competencies and behaviors across health professions who engage in rehabilitation practices. The RCF is organized around…