Ashley Bondurant, DPT, M Ed
Director of Clinical Education, College of Health Professions
Medical University of South Carolina
Dr. Bondurant has her B.S. in Athletic Training that was earned at Towson University. She went on to get her Doctorate in Physical Therapy at University of Maryland Eastern Shore. She recently graduated from the University of South Carolina with her M. Ed. with Educational Technology concentration. She worked as a physical therapist solely for six years. She currently works full time at the Medical University of South Carolina with main focus of Clinical Education and owns her own business called Lemons to Lemonade Therapy, LLC that works with children in their homes to achieve their gross motor goals.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

Interprofessional faculty peer mentoring fosters learning together in the nexus to address what matters most to advance and sustain interprofessional practice and education (IPE). Formal and informal programs utilizing faculty or expert patients as mentors exist for interprofessional students, residents, and fellows and intraprofessional pre-/post-doctoral students, early career faculty, and clinical and translational research learners. Few opportunities exist for health and health-related professions faculty to receive formal mentoring across rank and experience levels to advance and sustain…
Poster Description: In recognition of the evidence and educational benefits involving interprofessional (IP) experiences and Integrated Clinical Educational Experiences (ICEE), the purpose of our clinic is to intertwine these two themes. We have created an IP ICEE entitled MUSC Pediatric Sunshine Therapy Service (PSTS) – where MUSC stands for the Medical University of South Carolina. This service provided complementary physical and occupational therapy services for children on the waitlist of the MUSC Pediatric Out-patient Clinic, which often documents a waiting time of two to three months.…