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Research

 

Tiffany Boggis, MBA, OTR/L

Publications:

Boggis, Tiffany (2012). Effectiveness of a developmental curricular design to graduate culturally competent health practitioners. Journal of Allied Health, 41(3). 140-146.

Boggis, T. (Sept 2012) Therapists unite: Pacific University – College of Health Professions. Advance News Magazine On-line Extras. Merion Matters: King of Prussia, PA

http://occupational-therapy.advanceweb.com/Web-Extras/Online-Extras/Therapists-Unite.aspx

MacRae, A. & Boggis, T. (2012) Environmental and cultural considerations. In E. Cara, & A. MacRae. Psychosocial occupational therapy: A clinical practice. (3rd ed.) (pp. 28-60). Clifton Park, NY: Thomson Delmar Learning.

Reisch, R, Boggis, TL, Shaffer, K, Brown, S, Black, A. (2011). Description of a Model of Interprofessional Global Education for Allied Health Students. Health and Interprofessional Practice 1(1):eP1001.  Available at: http://commons.pacificu.edu/hip/vol1/iss1/1

Boggis, T. (June 2009).  Health promotion for elders in Nicaragua: Interdisciplinary international educational opportunities for Pacific University health programs. Interface: Journal of Education, Community, and Values 9 (5). Available online: bcis.pacificu.edu/journal/journalsplash.php

Boggis, T. (2009).  Enacting pADL’s in occupational therapy education: The health care disparities in Oregon project.  In N. Pollard, D. Sakellariou, & F. Kronenberg (Eds). A political practice of occupational therapy  (pp. 145-155).  Oxford: Elsevier/Churchill Livingstone.

Presentations:

Assessing the Needs of Older Adults in Nicaragua: A Multi-Disciplinary, Cross-University Approach: Gerontological Society of America Annual Conference, San Diego, November 2012

OT’s Role in Diabetes Care: Occupational Therapy Association of Oregon, Hood River, OR October 2102

Engaging students in the global community: An example of a partnership approach. (Howlett, F. Bannigan, K. Krusen, N. Boggis, T, Hunt, L.  & Wolverson, C.) BAOT Conference Glasgow, UK June 2012 (Contributing author).

OT’s Role in Disaster Preparedness and Recovery: Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Portland, OR October 2011

Cultural Competency: Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Portland, OR October 2011

Effectiveness of a Developmental Curricular Design to Graduate Culturally Sensitive Occupational Therapy Practitioners: American Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Philadelphia, April 2011.

A Community–Based Approach to Promote Health of Elders in Nicaragua: American Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Philadelphia, April 2011.

Promoting Health and Wellness for Older People: York St. John University, York, UK, March 2011

A Community Based Approach to Health Promotion: CHP Interprofessional Case Conference, Pacific University, CHP, Hillsboro, OR, March 2011


Linda Hunt, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Publications

Hunt, L.A. & Slater, D.Y. (2012). Occupational therapy’s ethical obligation to address driving and community mobility. In M. J. McGuire, & E. Schold Davis, (Eds.), Driving and Community Mobility: Occupational Therapy Strategies Across the Lifespan. Bethesda:  American Occupational Therapy Association AOTA Press.

Hunt, L.A. (2011).  Understanding and helping drivers with Alzheimer’s disease. Police Chief, 78, 11, 60-64.

Odenheimer, G. L. & Hunt, L.  (2011). Functional Assessment in Geriatric Neurology. In Albert, M. & Knoefel, J. (Eds.), Clinical Neurology of Aging, 3rd ed. New York:  Oxford University Press.

Hunt, L.A., Brown, A.E., & Gilman, I.P. (2010). Drivers with dementia and outcomes of getting lost while driving. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 225-232.

Hunt, L.A. & Bassi, C.J. (2010). Near visual acuity levels and performance on neuropsychological assessments used in occupational therapy. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 105–113.

Presentations   

     

Hunt, L. A., Teixeira, N.,  Hietala, K., Girondel, S., & Hilleson, K. Occupational Therapy Students’ Opportunity to Advocate European Senior Games for Wellness. European Network for Occupational Therapists in Higher Education. Vilnius, Lithuania. October 18, 2012.

Hunt, L. A. Productive Aging:  Sustaining Employment for Older Adults. Hawaii Pacific Gerontological Society.  Honolulu, HA.  September 10, 2012.

Hunt, L. A. Using mindfulness:  Enhancing quality of life for clients, coworkers, and ourselves. British Association of Occupational Therapy College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference.  Glasgow, Scotland. June 2012

Stelmokas, J., Scott, B. J., & Hunt, L. Alzheimer caregiver quality of life:  An exploratory study of associations between neuropsychiatric symptoms and caregiver coping strategies.  Poster presentation at the International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International. Toronto, Canada.  March 2011.

 

Nancy Krusen, PhD, OTR/L

Publications:


Krusen, N. 2011. The influence of environment on clinical practice: Unspoken rules. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(12), 546-553.


Krusen, N. 2011. Improvisational leadership as an adaptive strategy for leadership and
practice. Occupational Therapy in Health Care Early Online: 1–10, 2011. C_2011 by Informa Healthcare USA, Inc. Available online at http://informahealthcare.com/othc
DOI: 10.3109/07380577.2011.637609


Krusen, N. 2010. Home lighting: Understanding what, where and how much. OT Practice,
15(19), p.8-9.


Krusen N. 2010. Putting the garden to bed. OT Practice, 15(12), p.41.

Presentations:


Krusen, N., Marcus, K., & Von, Mary. 2013 (Mar). Gendered Body. Pacific University.
(Interprofessional Case Conference, accepted)


Krusen, N., 2012 (Oct). First person failure: Adaptive strategies of students following
unsuccessful fieldwork. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning


Annual Conference. (paper)
Krusen, N. 2012 (Sept). Team-Based Learning with distance technology is a good fit. Oregon Technology in Education Network Annual Conference (paper)


Bannigan, K., Howlett, F., Krusen, N., Hunt, L., Wolverson, C., & Boggis, T. 2012 (Jun).
Engaging students in the global community: An example of a partnership approach. British Association of Occupational Therapy College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference.  (paper)


Krusen, N., 2012 (Jun). AgrAbility: What is it and how can I help? British Association of
Occupational Therapy College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference. (paper)


Krusen, N., 2012. (Jun). Breast Friends ©: Developing interprofessional care in a community organization. British Association of Occupational Therapy College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference. (workshop)


Krusen, N., 2012 (Jun). First person failure: Adaptive strategies of students following
unsuccessful fieldwork. British Association of Occupational Therapy College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference. (roundtable)


Krusen, N., 2012 (Apr). First person failure: Adaptive strategies of students following
unsuccessful fieldwork. American Occupational Therapy Association National Conference.
(poster)


Krusen, N., Cicirello, N., Cheng, E., Widen, D. 2012 (Jan). Interprofessional Care of the Person with Breast Cancer. Interprofessional Case Conference, Pacific University. (Interprofessional case conference)


Krusen, N., 2011 (Oct). Lighting and home assessment: How much is enough? Mountain
Central Conference/Texas Occupational Therapy Association. (accepted)


Krusen, N. 2011 (Oct). Imaginary walls: The power of unspoken rules and clinical education.  Paper presented at Mountain Central Conference/Texas Occupational Therapy Association. (accepted)


Krusen, N., 2011 (Oct). AgrAbility: What is it and how can I help? Oregon Occupational
Therapy Association State Conference. (paper)


Krusen, N., 2011 (Oct). AgrAbility: What is it and how can I help? Washington Occupational Therapy Association State Conference. (paper)


Krusen, N., 2011 (Oct). Interprofessional program development in an established organization.  Washington Occupational Therapy Association State Conference. (workshop)


Krusen, N and Perlmutter, M. 2011 (Sept). Home lighting assessment and modifications.
Envision Conference 2011. (paper)


Krusen, N. 2011 (Aug). Unspoken rules: An examination of the influence of environment on clinical practice through institutional ethnography. Society for the Study of Social Problems. (accepted)


Krusen, N. 2011 (Apr). Lighting and home assessment: How much is enough? All Ireland
Occupational Therapy Conference. (workshop)


Farrell, M.K., Hunt, L., & Krusen, N. 2011 (Apr). Preventing falls: a proactive approach to help older adults age in place. Aging in America Conference. (accepted)

 

Steve Park, PhD, OTR/L

Publications:

“Promoting Engagement in Leisure and Social Participation”  2013

       Park, S. & Byers-Connon, S.  In M. B. Early (Ed.), Physical Dysfunction Practice Skills for the Occupational Therapy Assistant (3rd ed, pp. 354-369).  St. Louis: Mosby Elsevier.

Book Review:  “Leisure, Health, and Wellness: Making the Connections” 2012

       Park, S.  Journal of Occupational Science, 19(1), 89-90.

“Setting Goals That Express the Possibilities: If We Don’t Know Where We’re Going,

  How Will We Know When We Get There?” 2012

       Park, S.  In S. J. Lane & A. C. Bundy (Eds.), Kids Can Be Kids: A Childhood Occupations Approach (pp. 349-367). Philadelphia, PA: FA Davis.

 “Opportunities for Best Practice in Various Settings”  2012

       Park, S. & Byers-Connon, S. In R. L. Padilla, S. Byers-Connon & H. L. Lohman (Eds.), Occupational Therapy with Elders: Strategies for the COTA (3rd ed, pp. 103-120). St. Louis, MO: Mosby Elsevier.

 “Setting and Evaluating Person-Centred Goals: An Outcome of Occupation Analysis” 2011

       Park, S. In L. Mackenzie & G. O’Toole (Eds.), Occupation Analysis in Practice (pp. 312-328). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

 “Goal Setting in Occupational Therapy: A Client-Centred Perspective”  2009

      Park, S. In E. A. B. Duncan (Ed.), Skills for Practice in Occupational Therapy (4th ed, pp. 105-122). Edinburgh, UK: Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier.

 

Sandra Rogers, PhD, OTR/L

Publications:

Rogers, S. L. (2013). Physiological Influences on Occupational Performance. In C. H. Christiansen, C. M. Baum, & J. Bass-Haugen, Occupational Therapy Performance, Participation, and Well-Being (2nd Ed.). Thorofare, NJ: Slack, Inc.

White, J., Rogers, S.L, Hamilton, T. (2013). Occupational therapy in criminal justice. In E. Cara, & A. MacRae, Psychosocial Occupational Therapy: A Clinical Practice (3rd Ed.). Delmar Publishing: Florence, KY.

Munoz, J. P., Farnworth, L., Hamilton, T., Prioletti, G., Rogers, S., Scuilli, J. & White, J. A. (2011). Crossing Borders in Correctional Institutions. In F. Kronenberg, F., N. Pollard, & D. Sakellariou (Eds.). Occupational Therapy without Borders: Volume 2, Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier.

Rybski, M. & Rogers, S. L. (2011). Kinesiology Instructors Manual (2nd Ed.). Thorofare, NJ: Slack Publishing.

Christiansen, C. H., Haertl, K., Rogers, S. L. (2011). Evaluation to Plan Intervention. In C. Christiansen & K. Matuska (Eds.) Ways of Living: Adaptive Strategies for Special Needs (4th Ed.). Bethesda, MD: AOTA Press.

Rogers, S. L. (2010) Common Diagnosis in Pediatric OT. In J. Case-Smith & J. O’Brien (Eds.), Occupational Therapy for Children (6th Ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby.

Christiansen, C. H., Rogers, S. L., & Haertl, K. (2010) Functional Evaluation and Management of Self-care and Other Activities of Daily Living in J. DeLisa, Rehabilitation Medicine: Principles and Practice, 5th Edition. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.

Rogers, S. L. (2010). Developing Occupation-Centered Programs for the Community. [Review of the book]. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal.

Presentations:

Rogers, S. L. & White, J. A. Evidence and Occupation-based Intervention In Community Corrections. American Occupational Therapy Association, Indianapolis, IN. (Peer reviewed) 2012


Rogers, S.L., & Victoria, J. Programs for at-risk Youth: Partnerships that provide innovative services to youth and demonstrate effectiveness American Occupational Therapy Association, Indianapolis, IN. (Peer reviewed-accepted) 2012


Rogers, S.L. & Victoria, J. At-risk Youth: Partnerships and Programs, Oregon Occupational Therapy Association Portland, OR. 2011


Rogers, S. L., & Christiansen, C. H. Activity Engagement and Neuroendocrine Function: Testing a Needs-Based Model of Resilience. Society for the Study of Occupation, Park City, Utah. (Peer reviewed). 2011


Rogers, S. L., & White, J. A. Occupation Displacement and Community Corrections Offenders: The Usefulness of Concepts of Occupation on Assessment, Intervention, and Policy in Community Corrections. Society for the Study of Occupation, Park City, Utah (Peer reviewed). 2011


Rogers, S. L. Kiwanis Camp: Building a Future for OT at Camp. Washington Occupational Therapy Association, Bellingham, WA. (Peer reviewed).


Hunt, L. & Rogers, S. L. Tech Savvy Students and Clients Use Podcasting, Are We? Learn How to Use This Valuable Technology to Enhance Teaching in the Classroom and Clinic. AOTA Annual Conference, Houston, TX. (Peer reviewed). 2011


Rogers, S. L. & White, J. A. Nutrition and Wellness: Relationship to Health. In-service for staff at Washington County Community Corrections. Hillsboro, OR. (Peer reviewed) 2009

Sean Roush, OTD, OTR/L

Publications:

Melton, R., Roush, S., Sale, T., Wolf, R.,  Rodriguez, C., & McGorry, P. (2013). Early intervention and prevention of long-term disability in youth and adults: The EAST model. In K. Yeager, D. Cutler, D. Svendsen & G. Sills (Eds.) Textbook of Modern Community Mental Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach. NY, NY: Oxford University Press.

Roush S. (2009). The menu approach to supported employment for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness: Outcomes in an Oregon community based program. WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation. 34(1), 45-51.

Roush, S. (2009). Making inroads into early psychosis treatment: Improving sense of self through environmental context manipulation. Advance for Occupational Therapy Practitioners, 25(17), 28-29.

Roush, S. (2009). The link between early psychosis and substance abuse: Quick identification is essential to treatment. Advance for Occupational Therapy Practitioners, 25(15), 27-28.

Presentations:

2012     Poster: Sensory Processing and First Episode Psychosis: A Functional Approach. International Early Psychosis Association Conference. San Francisco, CA.

2012     Poster: Occupational Therapy and First Episode Psychosis. International Early Psychosis Association Conference. San Francisco, CA.

2012     Presentation: Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (With Caroline Bader, MPH, MOTS). Occupational Therapy Association of Oregon State Conference. Hood River, OR.

2012     Presentation: Design and Implementation of an Online Class for Non-Traditional Students. Oregon Technology in Education Network Annual Conference. Forest Grove, OR.

Oct. 2011. Poster: Development of a Pharmacist-Assisted Tobacco Cessation Pilot Project Using a Multidisciplinary Team Approach (with James Ferguson, PA-C, MPH; Chuck Bentz, MD, FACP; Mark A. Della Paolera, PharmD, BCPS; Lauren Stillman-Smith, MSW, LCSW). Poster presented at: Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Annual Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.

April 2011. Contributing Author: Recovery in High Definition: Using an Occupation-Based Social Skills and Identity Group To Enhance Mental Health Recovery. American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Oct. 2011. Presentation: What’s Happening at the AOTA Representative Assembly? Occupational Therapy Association of Oregon State Conference, Portland, OR.

Oct. 2011. Presentation: What is an IADL? Introduction to the OT Practice Framework. Occupational Therapy Association of Oregon State Conference, Portland, OR.

 

John White, PhD, OTR/L

Publications:

White, J.A., Rogers, S., Hamilton, T., & Grass, C. (2012). Occupational therapy in criminal justice. In L. Cara & A. MacRae (Eds) Psychosocial occupational therapy: A clinical practice. (3rd ed.). Florence, KY:  Delmar Cengage.

White, J. A. (2009). Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Domain and Practice, 2nd Edition: A new version already!? OTAO Webletter (March). (non-peer reviewed)

Munoz, J., Farnworth, L., Hamilton, T., Prioletti, G., Rogers, S., & White, J. A.  (2011). Crossing borders in correctional institutions. In F. Kronenberg, N. Pollard & D. Sakellariou (Eds.), Occupational therapy without borders (2nd ed.). London: Elsevier.

White, J. A. (2009). Questions for occupational therapy. In E. B. Crepeau, E. S. Cohn & B. B. Schell (Eds.), Willard and Spackman's Occupational Therapy (11th ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Presentations:

2013
Pacific University Alumni Reunion CE: Innovative Practice: A Promising Future for Occupational Therapy Co-presented with Natalie Schroeder, Hillsboro, OR Oct 12 (2.5 hrs)


Pacific University CHP Faculty Seminar: Understanding the Occupation in Occupational Therapy: An explanation and example of OT in criminal justice, Hillsboro, OR, May 8 (90 minutes)


AOTA Annual Conference & Expo-San Diego, CA, April 23
   Enhancing Education Through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (3 hours) AOTA  sponsored workshop (Co-presenter with Andrea Bilics & Anne Birge James)


York St. John University: Faculty Exchange:
    Invited speaker for the British Association of Occupational Therapists/College of Occupational Therapy Education Directors: Curricular Transition to the Occupational Therapy Doctorate in the U.S., London, UK, March 22


Graduate seminar on long-term care-Instructor Caroline Wolverson: Chronic Conditions Management in the US: The OT & PT role. March 20


First Year OT Seminar: Lifestyle Redesign: Occupational science evidence supporting occupational therapy. March 23


2012
Pacific University CHP Continuing Education Program: Occupational Therapy: Pain Management Through Lifestyle Interventions (Co-presented with Victoria Eaton), 3 hour workshop, October 19


OTAO Annual Conference, 10/27/2012, Hood River, Oregon
   Evidence and Occupation-based Intervention in Community Corrections Co-presented with Wesley Grout, MOT, Marrissa Gottlob, MOT, Brandon Johnson, MOT, & Sandra Rogers, Ph.D (2 hours)

Occupational Justice: Making a Difference for Our Clients (1 hour)
   Reoccupy Your Life: The usefulness of concepts of occupation on assessment, intervention, and policy in community corrections. Poster, Co-presented with Wesley Grout, MOT, Marrissa Gottlob, MOT, Brandon Johnson, MOT, & Sandra Rogers, Ph.D. at the SSO:USA Eleventh Annual Research, 10/5/2012, Portland, Oregon. (1 hour)


Applying the Evidence: Evidence-based practice applied to case studies across the occupational therapy continuum. 9/29/2012, Pacific University Homecoming Reunion CE Workshop (1 hour of 2.5 hour program)


AOTA Annual Conference & Expo-Indianapolis, Indiana, April 13
   AOTF Workshop on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (3 hours)

Psychosocial OT Practices in a Changing Healthcare Environment: OT in Criminal Justice Settings Co-presenter with Toby Hamilton, (Organizer: Liz Cara, Co-presenters: Elizabeth Carley, Bill Lambert, Robinette Amaker, & Renee Taylor) AOTA Pre-Conference Insititute (2 hours of 6 hour program)


Evidence and Occupation-based Intervention in Community Corrections Co-presented with Sandra Rogers with assistance by Brandon Johnson (90 min short course)


Pacific University Pain Management Curriculum. Presented by invitation to the Oregon Pain Commission 3/4/2012. (2 hours)


2011      

Occupational Displacement and Community Corrections Offenders: The usefulness of concepts of occupation on assessment, intervention, and policy in community corrections.  Co-presented with Sandra Rogers, Ph.D. at the SSO:USA Tenth Annual Research Conference, Park City, Utah.

Interprofessional Case Conference: RS 676.150 Mandatory Reporting of Healthcare Practitioners: Learning Each Others’ Ethics (Co-presenter)The Sanderson Lecture: Occupational Justice: Making a Difference for Our Clients (University of Oklahoma-Tulsa, invited keynote speaker, April 5)

Tools for Practice: 4 hour workshop (University of Oklahoma-Tulsa, April 6)

AOTF: New Directions for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (AOTF/SoTL 3 hour workshop, Co-leader).  AOTA Annual Conference & Expo-Philadelphia, PA, April 13.

Interprofessional Case Conference: Evidence-Based Practice: Team Perspectives (Co-coordinator/presenter)