Mark Hall, PhD

Associate Chair, Faculty of Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy

Contact

Associate Chair, Faculty of Rehabilitation - Physical Therapy
Email
mark.hall@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-3997
Address
2-50B Corbett (E.A.) Hall
8205 - 114 St NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 2G4

Overview

About

Credentials

  • PhD Rehabilitation Science, University of Alberta, 2013
  • MSc Physiotherapy, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, 2002
  • BSc Physiotherapy, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, 2000

Background Information

Mark Hall was born and educated in South Africa. He has worked clinically in a number of practice areas in South Africa, United Kingdom and Canada. Mark began working at the University of Alberta as the ACCE in 2007.



Research

Professional Interests

Cardiorespiratory physiotherapy, critical care, clinical education, simulation and interprofessional education.

Current Research

His doctoral work focused on identifying the factors that influence Canadian physiotherapists decisions to supervise physiotherapy students on clinical placement. He continues to work in this area, as well as investigating faculty teacher development and inter-professional learning.


Teaching

Dr. Hall does not currently supervise graduate students.

Courses

PTHER 901 - Evidence Based Practice Clinical Capping Assessment

Credit. This capping exercise is composed of a practical examination of clinical skills. Prerequisite: Consult Department.

Fall Term 2020

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Publications

Recommendations for effective telesupervision of allied health students on placements.
Author(s): Nagarajan, S., McAllister, L., McFarlane, L., Hall, M., Schmitz, C., Roots, R., Drynan, D., Avery, L., Murphy, S., and Lam, M.
Publication Date: 2018
Publication: Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology.

Launching first-year health sciences students into collaborative practice: Highlighting institutional enablers and barriers to success.
Author(s): King, S., Hall, M., McFarlane, L., Paslawski, T., Sommerfeldt, S., Hatch, T., Schmitz, C., Bates, H., Taylor, E & Norton, B.
Publication Date: 2017
Publication: Journal of Interprofessional Care
External Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13561820.2016.1256870
An Exploration of Canadian Physiotherapists' Decisions about Whether to Supervise Physiotherapy Students: Results from a National Survey.
Author(s): Hall M, Poth C, Manns P, Beaupre L.
Publication Date: 2016
Publication: Physiotherapy Canada

Perspectives of Canadian final-year physiotherapy students on cardiorespiratory physiotherapy as a career choice.
Author(s): Janaudis-Ferreira, T., Araujo, T., Romano, J., Camp, P., Hall, M., Mathur, S., and Brooks, D.
Publication Date: 2016
Publication: Physiotherapy Canada
External Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.3138/ptc.2015-39E
The Experiences of Administrators, Educators and Clinicians during the Development and Implementation of Interprofessional Clinical Learning Units.
Author(s): Hall, M., Vanderzalm, J., Patterson, S.
Publication Date: 2016
Publication: Focus on Health Profession Education
External Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.11157/fohpe.v17i3.180
Australian and Canadian Student and Supervisor Experiences of Telesupervision in Allied Health Clinical Education.
Author(s): Nagarajan S, McAllister L, McFarlane L, Hall M, Schmitz C, Avery L, Drynan D, Roots R, Murphy S, Lam M.
Publication Date: 2015
Publication: Research and Development in Higher Education: Learning for Life and Work in a Complex World

To Supervise or Not to Supervise a Physical Therapy Student: Results from a Canadian National Survey.
Author(s): Hall M, Poth C, Manns P, Beaupre L
Publication Date: 2015
Publication: Journal of Physical Therapy Education
Volume: 29
Issue: 3
Page Numbers: 58-67