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Jane Fagan

Assistant professor
Physical Therapy
Temple University
United States of America


Dr. Fagan received her bachelors degree in biology from Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY in 1999. She earned her doctoral degree in physical therapy from Simmons College in 2003. She completed her certification in mechanical diagnosis and therapy through the McKenzie Institute in 2008 and is also an Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist. Dr. Fagan serves in the role of co-Director of Clinical Education for the entry-level physical therapy program. She directs the clinical education component of the DPT student education. Her teaching responsibilities include Clinical Examination and Intervention course series, Movement Science, and Exercise. She is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association.

Research Interest

Dr. Fagan's research interests include Clinical Education and Health outcomes of students participating in clinical experiences.


  • Carp SJ, Fagan JG, Riopel MA (2015) The influence of a faculty/student Professional Development Committee on professional behaviors in a clinical doctoral physical therapy program. Poster session, Temple University College of Public Health Research Day.

  • Burns SA, Heath A, Fagan JG (2015) The DPT Student Association: An Unsung Hero in the Promotion of Student Success and Professional Development. Approved program education session for ACAPT Educational Leadership Conference.

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