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Cynthia A Robinson

Dr. Robinson is a UW lecturer and Director of Clinical Education in the UW Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Division of Physical Therapy.


Dr. Robinson also participates in international/global healthcare experiences. She has lead 11 multi-disciplinary rehabilitation teams to Moldova, a small country in Eastern Europe. While team members provide direct patient care, the primary mission of the team is to provide training in theory and clinical skills to local professionals in a variety of clinical settings, including: adult and pediatric burns, developmental pediatrics, and adult neurology. The team has also worked with a community center whose focus is to increase the social integration (for education, employment and recreation) of individuals with disabilities in Moldova. She and other professional team members mentored physical therapy and occupational therapy students as members of 9 of these teams.

In addition to her work in Moldova, Dr. Robinson provides lectures and clinical training annually to medical students and professionals at the Bashkir State Medical University and University Hospital in Ufa, Russia.

Dr. Robinson is very interested in the clinical mentoring of physical therapy students and serves as a trainer for the Clinical Instructor Education and Credentialing Program created by the American Physical Therapy Association.

Research Interest

Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation Medicine, community walking following stroke, multidisciplinary rehabilitation,stationary tandem cycling,physical, functional, and participation measures, as well as self-efficacy,adult neurology.