2011-2012 Individual Accomplishments

Reza Karimi, Pharmacy, co-presented “Introducing a Longitudinal Multilayer Assessment Process to Evaluate an Interprofessional Course,” at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy annual meeting, July 2012. He also:

· Co-presented “Joint Comprehensive Curricular Activities between P1 and P2 Students to Promote and Assess Student Learning,” AACP, Kissimmee, Fla., 2012.

· Presented “Palindrome Learning and Assessment: An Alternate Didactic Teaching and Learning Process,” AACP, San Antonio, Texas, 2011.

· Co-presented “Developing and Implementing an Interprofessional Course: Strengths and Challenges,” AACP, San Antonio, Texas, 2011.

· Co-presented “Building a Coherent Curricular Interface in a Learner-Centered Paradigm,” AACP, San Antonio, Texas, 2011.

· Co-wrote “Developing and Implementing an Interprofessional Course and Identifying Its Strengths and Challenges,” published in Health and Interprofessional Practice, 2012.

· Co-wrote “Integrative Student Learning: An Effective Team Learning Approach in a Learner-Centered Paradigm,” published in INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy, 2011.

· Completed a year-long Academic Leadership Fellows Program by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy.

Pam Kawasaki, Dental Health Science, published a full manuscript review for Medical Emergencies: Essentials for the Dental Professional, 2nd Edition. She also:

· Presented a poster, “Business Management Integration Into Dental Hygiene Curriculum,” at the Oregon Dental Hygiene Association Annual Session, Portland, Ore., October 2011.

· Presented a continuing education lecture, “Responding to Medical Emergencies,” at the Washington County Dental Hygienists’ Association component meeting, September 2011.

· Elected state treasurer for the Oregon Dental Hygienists’ Association.

Victoria Keetay, Audiology, gave an invited panel presentation, “Interdisciplinary Research and Education,” at the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR) 5th International Biennial Conference in Portland, October 2011. She also:

· Worked on the three-year conference grant “Noise-Induced Hearing Loss.”

· Was invited to represent audiology at a meeting with Congressman Blumenauer.

· Was appointed to a two-year term on the Advisory Council for the Oregon Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program.

Catherine Kim , Education, co-wrote “Parental Views and Needs for Korean Community Schools: A Case Study in Ohio,” published in Teaching and Learning Korean as a Foreign Language: Pathways to Advanced Skills Series, 2012. She also is principal investigator on a five-year, $1.3 million grant from the Office of English Language, Department of Education, for the ELSTEM-ESOL endorsement for STEM teachers.

Shahana Koslofsky, Professional Psychology, was elected vice-chair, then chair, of the Diversity Committee of the Oregon Psychological Association, where she also sits on the board of directors. She also was selected to attend the American Psychological Association State Leadership Conference as the Oregon Diversity Delegate. In addition, she presented “Managing Your HIV/AIDS Client in Crisis: The Grew Zone,” at the Cascade AIDS Project in Portland.

Marianne Krupicka, Pharmacy, received a certificate of completion of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Research and Scholarship. She also presented “Pharmacy Students' Reflection to Assess Their Own Patient Counseling Skills with the Assistance of Videotaping,” AACP conference, July 2012.

Nancy Krusen, Occupational Therapy, received a faculty development grant for AgriAbility Oregon Community Outreach. She also:

· Co-wrote a paper, “Engaging Students In The Global Community: An Example Of A Partnership Approach,” presented at the British Association of Occupational Therapy College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, June 2012.

· Wrote a book review, “Technology, Culture, Family: Influences on Home Life,” for the Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, Volume 19.

· Wrote “The Influence Of Environment On Clinical Practice: Unspoken Rules,” published in British Journal of Occupational Therapy, Volume 74, Issue 12, 2011.

· Wrote “Improvisational Leadership As An Adaptive Strategy For Leadership And Practice,” published in Occupational Therapy in Health Care, Early Online: 1–10, 2011.

· Presented a paper, “AgrAbility: What Is It And How Can I Help?” at the British Association of Occupational Therapy College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, June 2012, at the Oregon Occupational Therapy Association State Conference, October 2011 and at the Washington Occupational Therapy Association State Conference, October 2011.

· Presented a workshop, “Breast Friends ©: Developing Interprofessional Care In A Community Organization” at the British Association of Occupational Therapy College of Occupational Therapists annual conference, June 2012.

· Presented a roundtable, “First Person Failure: Adaptive Strategies Of Students Following Unsuccessful Fieldwork,” at the British Association of Occupational Therapy College of Occupational Therapists annual conference, June 2012.

· Presented a poster, “First Person Failure: Adaptive Strategies Of Students Following Unsuccessful Fieldwork,” at the American Occupational Therapy Association National Conference, April 2012, at Oregon Occupational Therapy Association State Conference, October 2011, and at Washington Occupational Therapy Association State Conference, October 2011.

· Presented a case study, “Interprofessional Care of the Person with Breast Cancer,” at the Interprofessional Case Conference, Pacific University, January 2012.

· Presented a workshop, “Interprofessional Program Development In An Established Organization,” at the Washington Occupational Therapy Association State Conference, October 2011.

· Co-presented a paper, “Home Lighting Assessment And Modifications,” at the Envision Conference, September 2011.

· Presented a poster, “Exploring International Partnerships for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning,” at the British Association of Occupational Therapy College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, June 2012.

· Presented a poster, “Imaginary Walls: The Power Of Unspoken Rules And Clinical Practice,” at the Oregon Occupational Therapy Association State Conference, October 2011.

· Presented a poster, “Unspoken Rules: The Influence Of The Environment On Clinical Practice,” at Washington Occupational Therapy Association State Conference, October 2011.

· Is a member of the Accreditation Council of Occupational Therapy Education, Roster of Accreditation Evaluators.

James Kundart, Optometry, in conjunction with Isaac Gilman and associate editors, published the first three issues of Health and Interprofessional Practice. He also:

· Published “Novel Approaches to Educational Technology: Lessons Learned from Steve Jobs,” in Optometric Education, Volume 37, No. 2/Winter-Spring 2012.

· Published “Khan Academy and ‘Flipping the Classroom’” in Optometric Education, Volume 37, No. 3/Summer 2012.