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Bruce Greenfield PT, Ph.D., M.A., FNAP, FAPTA

Dr. Greenfield has been teaching physical therapy at Emory University since 1985; he became a professor at Emory in 2017 after serving as a clinical instructor, assistant professor and associate professor on campus. As an expert in ethics, he has been asked to serve on the Stroke Net Ethics Committee for Competing Clinical Trials at the National Institutes of Health, as a Senior Fellow for the Center of Ethics at Emory University, on the Emory University Hospital Ethics Committee, and, most recently, the Ethics and Judicial Committee for the American Physical Therapy Association, of which he has been the Chairman since 2018. Dr. Greenfield has also been a reviewer for such professional publications as Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation (Founding Editor), Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, and Journal of Physical Therapy Education.

Examples of Dr. Greenfield's accomplishments include:

  • Affiliated Faculty for the Disability Studies Initiative Program at the Emory College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Founding member, Critical Physiotherapy Network (CPN), an international network of physiotherapists who have interest and do teaching and scholarship in the humanities, including philosophy, history, linguistics, cultural studies, sociology and anthropology, in order to explore how ideas from these disciplines affect and impact the care of physical therapy.
  • Member, Health Care Ethics Consortium of Georgia (HCEGG).
  • Consultant to the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS), 2015. Joined a task force to establish a code of conduct and disciplinary procedural document for a new ABPTS policy for clinical specialists.
  • Earned an M.A. in Bioethics from Loyola University in 2012.

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