Dr. Stumbo joined the university in 1989 as a faculty member in the physical therapy program and served in a number of capacities prior to being named Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the College of Health Sciences in 2007. In her current position, Dr. Stumbo is responsible for the academic and student affairs for the over 600 students enrolled in the college. Dr. Stumbo received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Northern Iowa, a Certificate in Physical Therapy from Rosalind Franklin University, a Master of Science in Health Administration from the College of St. Francis, and a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Northcentral University.
My research is primarily focused on interprofessional education in both online and face to face environments. I am also interested in interprofessional practice and how that can lead to improved patient outcomes.
Duffy PA, Ronnebaum JA, Stumbo, TA, Smith, KA, Reimer, RA. Does including public health students on interprofessional teams increase attainment of interprofessional practice competencies? J Am Osteopath Assoc. 2017:117 (4): 244-252.
Tran K, Newton A, Smith K, Stumbo T, Plundo D, Mortensen L. An interprofessional learning opportunity affecting student attitudes towards health care. Medical Science Educator 2013; 23(3S): 482-493
Ronnebaum, J., Stumbo, T., Delaney, L., Wiener J. Development of An Individual and Team Assessment Tool: A Pilot Study. Heartland Interprofessional Education Conference, 2019. (poster)
Tran K, Newton A, Smith K, Stumbo T, Plundo D, Mortensen L. Interprofessional
Education Model: Using Scopes of Practice and Interprofessional Collaboration. The
American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, 2014. (poster)