Jody Shapiro Frost


Dr. Frost is an Education Consultant/Facilitator with expertise in strategic planning, educational assessment, consensus building, leadership fellowship/training programs, professionalism, and interprofessional education. After 25 years, she retired as the Lead Academic Affairs Specialist and founding Program Director, APTA Education Leadership Institute Fellowship at the American Physical Therapy Association. Dr Frost facilitated initiatives in physical therapist academic/clinical education, clinical performance assessments, professionalism and related assessments, interprofessional education, and higher education leadership. Her publications and presentations are reflective of these areas of expertise. Dr Frost received APTA’s Education Section President’s Award and is a Fellow of the National Academy of Practice and founding member and current Vice Chair of NAP’s PT Academy. She serves as a Community Moderator for the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and a manuscript reviewer for JOPTE and Physiotherapy Theory and Practice.

Dr. Frost received her bachelors in physical therapy from Ithaca College, masters in counseling and personnel studies from Rowan University, PhD from Temple University, and DPT from Marymount University. She was a tenured faculty member, Director of Clinical Education, and Assistant Chair at Temple University with past experiences as Physical Therapy Department Director, clinical educator and coordinator at pediatric and orthopedic/sports medicine facilities.

Available Courses CEUs University Licensing tDPT- BS tDPT- MS
Professionalism: The Doctoring Profession

Available Courses

Professionalism: The Doctoring Profession