Presentations

Legislative Update, Inservice presented to occupational therapy managers at Medi-Sota, Inc., 2013.

Documentation, Reimbursement, and the Electronic Health Record, 2011 OTA Refresher course, Module 2, online, 2013.

The Awe and Wonder of Teams: IPE in a Gerontology Setting, Interprofessional Education Summit: Harnessing Forces for Change: Developing Interprofessional Teams, hosted by St. Catherine University and the University of Minnesota, Panel presentation 2013.

Integrating a Sustainable Problem-Based Learning Curriculum, AOTA Annual Conference and Exposition, San Diego, CA (with L. Buxell and K. Matuska), 2013.

Impact of Interprofessional Education on Perceptions of Teamwork, Doctoral Poster Presentation, Chatham, PA, 2013.

Advocacy: You Can Make a Difference, MOTA Conference presentation, Bloomington, MN, 2012

Fitness Facility Accessibility in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area.  MOTA Conference presentation, Bloomington, MN, co-presented with H. Stoezle, 2012.

Documentation, Reimbursement, and the Electronic Health Record, 2011 OTA Refresher course, Module 2, online.

Legislative Update, Inservice presented to occupational therapy managers at Medi-Sota, Inc., 2012

OccYOUpation: The Power of You, Communication Award Speech (keynote), 2011 MOTA Conference, Minneapolis, MN

Documentation, Reimbursement, and the Electronic Health Record, 2011 OTA Refresher course, Module 2, online.

Pediatric Conditions, Evaluation, and Intervention, 2011 OTA Refresher course, Module , online

Legislative Update, Inservice presented to occupational therapy managers at Medi-Sota, Inc., 2011

Children’s Free Play in Nature, (co-presented with J. Erickson) 2010 Minnesota Occupational Therapy Association Conference session, Duluth, MN.

Documentation, Reimbursement, and the Electronic Health Record, 2010 OTA Refresher course, Module 2, online.

Intervention Planning and Documentation presented as part of the Occupational Therapy Refresher Course offered by the University of Minnesota, July, 2009 and 2010.

Current Issues in Documentation presented to Capernaum Pediatric Therapy, Inc., April, 2009.

Ethical and Legal Issues in Documentation MOTA workshop, March, 2009.

Lessons Learned: Doing a Large Mailed Survey presented at the Midwest Deans' Research Conference in Davenport, IA, March, 2009.

History of Occupational Therapy in the US and Minnesota presented to the MOTA Psychosocial Special Interest Group, January, 2009.

Occupying the Street Corner: Peace Activism in Suburban St. Paul presented at SSO-USA in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, October, 2008.

Best Practices in Web-based Teaching an online course for OSOT faculty at the College of St. Catherine, January, 2008.

Using the Internet to Create a Hybrid course presented to the OSOT department, March 2007.

Rehabilitation in China presented at the MOTA Conference in Minneapolis, MN; Nov. 2005.

Evidence-Based Practice for Occupational and Physical Therapy in the Schools presented an all-day workshop for the Northeast Service Cooperative; March, 2004 and the Metro ECSU; February, 2005.

Evidence-Based Practice presented at the MOTA Conference in Duluth; Oct. 2004.

Rehabilitation in China presented to Phi Theta Epsilon, June, 2005; DPT students, March and April, 2005; and  OSOT faculty; Oct. 2004 at the College of St. Catherine.

The Collage Assignment presented to new CORE/TRW instructors as part of a presentation on the "Composing a Life" unit in TRW; 2003, 2004, 2005.

Presidential Address; half-hour; MOTA Annual Conferences; Duluth and Minneapolis; 1990, 1991, 2004 - 2008.

Using Scored Discussions in the Classroom presented to OSOT faculty; Feb. 2004.

Review Course for the NBCOT Certification Test, presented to students waiting to take the NBCOT Certification Test, sections on test taking strategies, the process of taking the certification test, and review of management and ethics, in St. Paul; January, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, and 1999.

Critical Issues: Practice and Education, presented to Minn-Dak Council on Occupational Therapy Education in St. Paul, MN; May, 2001 with Julie Bass Haugen.

Critical Information: The Guide to OT Practice and new Accreditation Standards paper presented at the 2000 Minnesota Occupational Therapy Association Conference in Mankato, MN with Julie Bass Haugen and Mary Lou Henderson.

Ethical and Legal Issues in Reimbursement paper presented at the 2000 Minnesota Occupational Therapy Association Conference in Mankato, MN with Lita Fike.

Perceptions of Day and WEC Graduates paper presented at the 2000 American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference and Exposition in Seattle, WA with Rondell Berkeland.

Using a Group Testing Methods for Assessing Student Learning paper presented at the 1999 AOTA Annual Conference and Exposition in Indianapolis, IN. 

Document with Care Co-presenter of a one-day seminar at the Sister Genevieve Cummings Colloquia; 1998.

Balancing Ethical Standards in Today's Work Environment Co-presenter of a one-hour presentation at the MOTA Conference, Minneapolis, MN; 1997.

Ethics of Assessment Presenter of a 45 minute session at the Sister Genevieve Cummings Colloquia; 1997.

The Art of Management Decision Making two-hour presentation, Art Vs. Science: How Did We Get Here? one-hour presentation and co-panelist of Things to be Aware of When Talking With Recruiters: a student forum MOTA Conference; St. Cloud, MN; 1996.

Political Activism for State Occupational Therapy Associations 45 minutes; State Association Management/Representative Assembly Leadership Training for AOTA; additional brief presentations and leader of round-table discussions as well; Washington, DC; 1992, 1993, and 1994.

Using a Lobbyist for State Occupational Therapy Associations part of a one-hour panel presentation at CSAP (a committee of AOTA); Seattle, WA; 1993.

Quality Improvement in a Rehabilitation Unit of a Hospital One hour plus and an additional hour facilitating a group discussion on the same topic; Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Workshop on "A Collaborative Approach: Linking Quality Improvement, Program Evaluation, Follow-up, and Utilization Review in Rehabilitation"; Chicago, IL; 1992 and repeated in 1993.

Continuous Quality Improvement Awareness Training two-hours each, repeated five times; Children's Hospital of St. Paul; 1993.

SPC PC IV Computer Software for Quality Improvement Training for CQI Facilitators; one-day workshops, repeated four times in 1993.

Implementation of the American's With Disabilities Act Two-hour training course for department managers and directors, repeated eight times; United and Children's Hospitals; 1993.

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