Nanette Hannum

Nanette Hannum

Title

Assistant Professor (Clinical)

Office Location

 EACPHS, Room 2340

Phone

313-577-4643

Email

nanette.hannum@wayne.edu

Department

Physical Therapy

Nanette Hannum

Degrees and Certifications

Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine: Exercise Science
Belhaven College, Jackson, MS
May 2009

Doctor of Physical Therapy
Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Ml
August 2013

Licensure: Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Physical Therapist License Number 5501016473
September 2013 – present

Specialty: Board Certification in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy
American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties
Exam: March 2016
Award: June 2016

Certifications

Board Certification in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physical Therapy
American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties
Awarded June 2016

APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor
American Physical Therapy Association
Awarded January 2015

Positions and Employment

Assistant Professor (Clinical)
Wayne State University
Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Department of Health Care Sciences
Physical Therapy Program
Detroit, Ml
January 2019 – present

Physical Therapist & Rehabilitation Research Coordinator
Henry Ford Hospital
Department of Rehabilitation Services
Detroit, Ml
July 2015 – present

Co-chair/Faculty Liaison
SAY PT Pro Bono Clinic
Wayne State University
January 2019 – present

Physical Therapy Resident
Veterans Affairs Hospital
Ann Arbor Ml
July 2014 – July 2015

Instructor Assistant/Guest Lecturer
Wayne State University
Department of Physical Therapy
Detroit Ml
January 2016 – present

Physical Therapist
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital
Grand Rapids Ml
April – July 2014

Physical Therapist
Spectrum Health United and Kelsey Hospitals
Greenville & Lakeview Ml
August 2013 – March 2014

Professional Memberships

American Physical Therapy Association
Academy of Acute Care
Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Section
2014 – present

Michigan Physical Therapy Association
2014 – present

Primary Research Interest

  • Early Rehabilitation in the Medical Intensive Care Unit. A Quality Improvement Study. Role: co-I
  • High Intensity Interval Training in Outpatient Cardiac Rehabilitation. Randomized controlled trial. Role: CO-I

Recent Publications

  1. Myszenski A, Hannum N, Yee J, Hudson M. Acute Physical and Occupational Therapy and Serum Potassium: When is it Safe? J Acute Care Phys Ther. 2019;10(2):46-52.
  2. Kenyon 1K, Farris J, Brockway K, Hannum N, Proctor K. Promoting self-exploration and function through an individualized power mobility training program. Pediatr Phys Ther. 2015;27(2):200-6.

Paper presentations

  1. Acute Physical and Occupational Therapy and Serum Potassium: When is it Safe?, APTA Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 
  2. February 2018
  3. Promoting self-exploration and function through an individualized power mobility training program: a case study, APTA Combined Sections Meeting. Las Vegas, NV, February 2014
  4. Promoting self-exploration and function through an individualized power mobility training program: a case study, MPTA Fall Conference. Mackinac Island, Ml, October 2013

Invited seminars or lectures

  1. Aerobic Conditioning for Patients Across the Continuum of Care, MPTA Eastern District Continuing Education Course, Wayne State University, Detroit Ml, December 2018
  2. Aerobic Conditioning for Patients with Primary Pulmonary Pathology, MPTA Fall Conference, Traverse City Ml, October 2018
  3. Growing a Robust Clinical Education Program in Acute Care – and Keeping it Fun!, APTA Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 2018
  4. Use of Supplemental Oxygen for the Rehabilitation of Patients in Acute Care Henry Ford Hospital, Intensive Care Unit and Early Rehabilitation Staff Training, 2016 – present
  5. Breathing Exercises and Airway Clearance Techniques for the Rehabilitation of Patients in Acute Care, Henry Ford Hospital, Rehabilitation Staff Training, 2016 – present
  6. Pulmonary Examination and Assessment, University of Toledo, Department of Physical Therapy, Toledo OH, October 2016
  7. How to Start a Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at Your Veteran's Affairs Facility or Community Based Outpatient Center, APTA Combined Sections Meeting, February 2016
  8. Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy: An Overview, University of Michigan–Flint, Department of Physical Therapy, Flint Ml, May 2015

Consultation

  • Task Force for 'Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Doctor of Physical Therapy Entry Level Competencies' American Physical Therapy Association Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Section