Dr. Mike Pascoe Interview: Episode 12
Today, we are incredibly honored to have as out first ever guest Dr. Mike Pascoe. Dr. Pascoe has a PHD in neurophysiology in human movement and is the anatomy instructor at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical campus. Show time line:
- 00:00 – Intro
- 00:22- Describe yourself in 3 words.
- 00:45 – 1 Word to describe your job.
- 01:10 – Dr Pascoe is not a Physical Therapist
- Kinesiology, PHD neurophysiology in human movement
- 1st in family to graduate college
- 02:36 – What are you teaching right now?
- 04:10 – Anatomy education is specific to the field
- 04:50 – PTs have more anatomy on the musculoskeletal system then an MD
- 05:50 – What is your area of research?
- Scholarship of teaching and Learning
- 06:20 – How is research conducted for scholarship of teaching and learning?
- 08:35 – Light field photography, Student wiki’s, live blogging, snapchat, E-books, Chat Bot (AI system)
- 09:35 – How does your research translate into real world applications?
- Safe clinical practice and durable learning
- 10:30 – Has your research resulted in improved student outcomes?
- 11:35 – Study strategies: effective verse ineffective
- 12:30 – Cadaver based continuing education, what are you doing to make this more accessible?
- 15:30 – Piggybacking cadaver based anatomy onto functional dry needling education
- 17:20 – What is your biggest technology addiction?
- 18:10 – Reaching more individuals to promote physical therapy
- 19:00 – Most enjoyable, recent social media experience
- Meet the student where they are – Snapchat
- 20:38 – What are you learning now?
- 23:05 – Best piece of advise for current PT’s, PT students or those wanting to be PT students?
- Book recommendation: Making it stick
- The learning scientists – 6 strategies to improve your learning
- 24:55 – Dr. Mike Pascoe proposed with the help of Pringles?
- 26:42 – CHIP TIME!! Ruffles Mozzarella and Marinara
- 28:15 – Trivia answer from last week:
- 29:10 – New Trivia provided by Dr. Mike Pascoe: What animal was dissected prior to human dissection becoming common to determine human anatomy?
- Follow Dr. Mike Pascoe at
- Twitter: @Mpascoe
- SnapChat: @Anatomysnap
- Or search him on Google to find all his social media handles