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Michael G. Sullivan, DPT, MBA

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Assistant Professor
Department: 
Physical Therapy
Office Location: 
MGH

Dr. Sullivan is Director of Physical and Occupational Therapy Services at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is Assistant Professor in the MGH Institute Department of Physical Therapy.


Research Interests

Function & strength training effects on elders with knee osteoarthritis

Publications

Publications

Jennifer S. Temel, MD, Joseph A. Greer, PhD, Sarah Goldberg, MD, Paula Downes Vogel, PT, MS, Michael Sullivan, PT MBA, William F. Pirl, MD, Thomas J. Lynch, MD, David C. Christiani, MD, and Matthew R. Smith, MD, PhD (2009). A Structured Exercise Program for Patients with Advanced Non-small Cell Lung Cancer. Journal of Thoracic Oncology

Sullivan MG, Jampel A. (2007). Implications for Practice: Applying the Dimensions of Expertise for Staff Professional Development. In: G Jensen, J Gwyer, L Hack, K Shepard (eds), Expertise in Physical Therapy Practice. St. Louis, MO: Saunders (Elsevier) Publishers,240-266.

Sullivan, M., Fishbein, R., Heislein, D. and Dohery, R., Chapter 31, Rehabilitation Principles Following Total Knee Arthroplasty. Callaghan J, Rosenberg AG, Rubash HE, Simonian PT, Wickiewicz TA, eds. The Adult Knee 1st ed.;  Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (2002)

Sullivan M, Guccione AA: Measuring Outcomes in Geriatric Orthopedics: The use of functional status instruments. Orthopedic Physical Therapy Clinics of North America, September 1993

Presentations

Jensen GM, Mostrom, E., Jampel A.,  Knab M,  Sullivan M, Capturing Practical Knowledge in Clinical Practice Through Narrative Inquiry: Clinical Narratives as a Tool for Exploring and Fostering Professional Development and Critical Reflection. Platform presentation, Combined Sections Meeting, American Physical Therapy Association; San Diago, CA. February 2010

Gandy J, Knab M, Delito A, Sullivan M, et al, Clinical Education in the Future–Thinking Outside the Box. Platform presentation, Combined Sections Meeting, American Physical Therapy Association; New Orleans, LA. February 2000

Knab M, Sullivan M, Kaufman R , A Model for the Professional Development of Physical Therapy Staff. Poster Presentation, American Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference; Anaheim, CA. June 1990

Kaufman R, Knab M, Sullivan M, The Role of the Clinical Teacher in the Professional Development of Entry Level Clinicians. Poster Presentation, American Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference; Anaheim, CA. June 1990

Knab M, Sullivan M, Staff Rotation: A Model for Retention, Recruitment and Professional Development of Physical Therapists. AHA Section for Rehabilitation Hospitals and Programs 19th Annual Conference; Houston, TX. November 26 - 29 1989


Education

BS, Physical Therapy, Sargent College of Health Professions, Boston University
MBA, Suffolk University
DPT, MGH Institute of Health Professions

Curriculum Vitae