Herm Triezenberg, PT, PhD
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  • Position: Professor
    Director, Physical Therapy Program
    Chair, School of Rehabilitation and Medical Sciences
  • Department: School of Rehabilitation and Medical Sciences, Doctoral Program in Physical Therapy
  • Campus Address: 1232 Health Professions Building
  • Office Hours: By appointment
  • Phone: 989-774-3899
  • Alternate Phone: 989-774-2347
  • Email: triez1hl@cmich.edu
  • Courses: PTH 617 Clinical Pathophysiology I
    PTH 618 Human Physical Development
    PTH 695 Ethics in Physical Therapy
    PTH 665, 666, 765, 766, Physical Therapy Seminar I, II, III, IV

Professional Organizations

American Physical Therapy Association - Sections on Research, Education, Geriatrics, and Pediatrics
Michigan Ethics Resource Network
American Educational Research Association - Professions
Hastings Foundation 


Publications

A Qualitative Study Investigating the Moral Role of Physical Therapists in the United States.  Part I , The Moral Role. Presented at the World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress, Vancouver, British Columbia.  June, 2007.

A Qualitative Study Investigating the Moral Role of Physical Therapists in the United States.  Part II, Similarities to Other Professions.  Presented at the World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress, Vancouver, British Columbia. June, 2007.

Triezenberg HL, Examining the Moral Role of Physical Therapists. In Purtilo RB, Jensen, GM, and Brasic Royeen C (eds): Educating for Moral Action: A Sourcebook in Health and Rehabilitation Ethics. F.A. Davis Co, Philadelphia, PA, 2005, pp 85-99.

Triezenberg, H., McGrath, J. The Use of Narrative in an Applied Ethics Course for Physical Therapy Students. Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 2001: 15(3): 49-56.

Triezenberg HL, Davis CM. Beyond the Code of Ethics: Educating Physical Therapists for Their Role as Moral Agents. Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 2000: 14(3): 48-58.

Triezenbger HL, Cipriany-Dacko L. A Case Study in Pro-Bono Care: Ethical Considerations. GeriNotes Special Issue on Ethics and Contemporary Practice, March 2001.

Triezenberg HL. Direct Access: Just the Facts, What Members Should Know About Direct Access. Shorelines, Publication of the Michigan Physical Therapy Association. 2000; 28(3): pgs 1, 2, 5.

Mostrom, E., Capehart, G., Epstein, N., Reynolds, J., Triezenberg, H. A Multi-Track Inquiry Model for Physical Therapist Professional Education. Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 1999; 13(2): 17-25.

Triezenberg, H. Teaching Ethics in Physical Therapy Education: A Delphi Study. Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 1997; 11(2): 16-22.

Triezenberg, H. The Identification of Ethical Issues in Physical Therapy. Journal of the American Physical Therapy Association, Vol. 76, No. 10, Oct. 1996, pp. 1097-1107.


Research Areas

Behavioral and Ethical Components of Rehabilitation Care
Professional Issues in Physical Therapy​