The Saint Louis University Program in Physical Therapy in the Doisy College of Health Sciences is a graduate program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education. In the Jesuit traditions of the pursuit of truth, development of the whole person, and commitment to service and justice, our community – faculty, staff, and students – prepares doctors of physical therapy who provide reflective, person-centered care that is interprofessional and evidenced-based.
Couldn’t get enough of our summer reading list? Luckily for you it has more than doubled with the addition of Rosemary Norris’s summer good reads:
Jacqueline Kennedy - Historic Conversations on Life with John F. Kennedy. Interviews with Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., 1964. An interesting read from Jackie's perspective.
Double-Edged Sword by Steve Anderson. A short story about a spy during WWII.
Modern Buddhism: The Path of Compassion and Wisdom - Volume 1 by Geshe Kelsand Gyatso. A beginning book to learn more about Buddhism.
Calico Joe by John Grisham. This book was different than most of his books as it was not about lawyers. It was a good story about a baseball player and since this is baseball season, it was a good easy read.
Istanbul Passage by Joseph Kanon. This is a novel about a spy during WWII in Turkey, which was a neutral country. If you like espionage stories, this is a good one to read.
Uncle Al Capone - The Untold Story from Inside His Family by Deirdre Marie Capone. His niece presents a different image of "Al."
11/22/63 by Stephen King. An interesting story about what would have happened if a person could have changed the events that led up to JFK being shot, and he wasn't killed that day. An interesting journey traveling back through time to change history. A different type of story to read and contemplate.