Jamie Bayliss | Mount St. Joseph University

Assistant Professor, Director of Clinical Education

Health Sciences
Seton West 137
(513) 244-4647


Masters in Physical Therapy, College of Mount St. Joseph, Doctor of Health Science, University of Indianapolis


Dr. Jamie Bayliss, PT, DHSc serves as the Director of Clinical Education and an Assistant Professor in the Physical Therapy program at Mount St. Joseph University. She earned a Bachelor of Rehabilitative Science and Master of Physical Therapy from the College of Mount St. Joseph and a Doctor of Health Science degree through the University of Indianapolis.

Her teaching responsibilities within the program at MSJ include teaching the professional issues series, assisting in Special Topics, all temporomandibular joint content (biomechanics and orthopedics), and coordinating two comprehensive practical examinations given during the first and second years of the program. 

She remains active in the clinical community through orthopedic clinical practice and her involvement in the Ohio Kentucky Consortium of PT Programs for Clinical Education. She has been involved in clinical education for nearly 15 years, having served as a CI and CCCE prior to her current role in academia. She is an engaged member in the APTA, as well as the Ohio-Kentucky Consortium of Physical Therapy Education, where she served two terms as secretary and currently as co-chair. Dr. Bayliss is a member of the APTA, OPTA, the education and orthopedic sections and the CE special interest group and has been credential as a CI through the APTA.

While her scholarly agenda continues to emerge, her research efforts are centered around determining trends in student performance that will guide additional program policies, identify students at-risk, offer opportunities for student remediation, and to ensure student readiness prior to entering the clinical phase of the physical therapy program. Recent research endeavors have included studies looking at predictor admission variables for successful DPT education and licensure pass rate, student readiness, and clinical education curricular models. She also has a vested interest in Interprofessional Education (IPE), which inspired the project she completed as a fellow in the Educational Leadership Institute.