Co-Lead for Blended Learning – a faculty development course through NSU’s Center for Academic and Professional Excellence (CAPE)
Moulton’s research interests include clinical and educational research. Specifically, she is interested in mechanical diagnosis and therapy, developing clinical reasoning in entry-level Doctor of Physical Therapy (D.P.T.) students, and creating adaptive learners. Moulton developed a series of learning seminars that she teaches to assist first-year D.P.T. students in transitioning to graduate level learning. She is an editor for the Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice. Moulton presented at APTA’s national CSM Conference in 2021 with an educational session on using technology in anatomy education and a poster on D.P.T. student clinical readiness. Moulton is currently pursuing her Educational Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction.
Moulton is an active member of the FPTA and the APTA. She is a member of the Orthopedic Section and the Academy of Physical Therapy Education (Anatomy Educators SIG, Academic Faculty SIG, Scholarship of Education SIG). Moulton is currently on a task force with the Anatomy Educators SIG to develop minimum competencies for anatomy education in D.P.T. programs. She is also a member of the American Council of Academic Physical Therapy (ACAPT), the Clinical Reasoning & Curricula Assessment Consortium, and the Simulation in Physical Therapy Education Consortium.
Moulton has mostly worked in outpatient settings with some acute care and home health experience. She hosts MDT continuing education courses Parts A and B on campus for students and clinicians. Moulton is the chair of the Outcomes Committee for the Tampa Bay D.P.T. program. She continues to serve the community by doing pro bono work with the student run Shark Motion Clinic and supervising D.P.T. students for Fall Risk Screenings for the annual P.T. Day of Service.