Faculty Scholarly Publications & Presentations

The following links provide lists of occupational therapy faculty scholarly publications and presentations at academic conferences arranged by year. Included are books, books chapters, articles in refereed journals, and presentations at academic conferences.

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2011

 
Tunningley
  • Louch, M.E., Beckley, M., Currie, M.K., Holm, S., Leland, N., & Tunningley, J. (2011, April 13). The ins and outs of AOTA Board and Specialty Certification. Preconference seminar presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Tunningley, J. (2011, July 25). Addressing social skills for individuals with a disorder on the autism spectrum. Break out session presentation for the OOTA Pediatric Summer Workshop, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Zucchero, R., Hooker, E., Harland, B., King, M., Larkin, S., & Tunningley, J. (2011). Overcoming obstacles in implementing a brief interdisciplinary symposium on dementia care. Discussion session presented at the Association for Geriatrics in Higher Education Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Zucchero, R. A., Hooker, E. A. , Harland, B., Larkin, S., & Tunningley, J. (2011). Maximizing the impact of a symposium to facilitate change in student attitudes about interdisciplinary teamwork. Clinical Gerontologist, 34:5, 399-412. doi: 10.1080/07317115.2011.588543
Miller
  • Miller, G. (2011, October) Dealing with Ethical Dilemmas in Fieldwork Education. Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Akron, Oh.
  • Criss, M., Miller, G., Wayne, S., Crissman, D. (2011, October) Building a Fieldwork Site of Excellence. Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Akron, Oh
  • Estes, J., Miller, G., Ashe, A., & Etzrodt, G. (2011, April) Everyday Ethics: Ethical Issues in Student Supervision. American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Presentation:
Estes, J., Ash, A., Miller, G., & Etzrodt, G. (2011). Ethical issues and Level II fieldwork: Three perspectives. Ethics Commission Panel Presentation at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Publications:
Estes, J. (2011). Diabetes. In B. Atchison & D. Dieuret (Eds.), Conditions in occupational therapy (4th Ed.), (pp. 165-178). Baltimore: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.

Estes, J., & Brandt, L. (2011). Navigating ethical challenges of Level II fieldwork. OT Practice, 16(7), 7-10.
Estes, J., & Brandt, L. (2011). Ethics Commission Advisory Opinion: On-Line Social Networking. In D. Slater (Ed.), Reference guide to the occupational therapy ethics standards (pp. 213-218). Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association Press.

Hill, V., Dunn, L., Dunning, K., & Page, S. (2011) A Pilot Study of Rhythm and Timing Training as a Supplement to Occupational Therapy in Stroke Rehabilitation. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 18(6):728?737 doi: 10.1310/tsr1806-728

Schuck, S., Whetstone, A., Hill, V., Levine, P., & Page, S. (2011) Game-Based, Portable, Upper Extremity Rehabilitation in Chronic Stroke. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 18(6): 720-727.

Page, S. J., Murray, C., & [Hill] Hermann, V. (2011). Affected upper extremity movement ability is retained 3 months after modified constraint-induced therapy. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 65(5): 589-93.

Page, S.J., Murray, C.M., [Hill] Hermann, V., & Levine, P. (2011). Retention of Motor Changes in Chronic Stroke Survivors Who Were Administered Mental Practice. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 92(11): 1741-5.

Schuck, S., Whetstone, A., Hill Hermann, V., Levine, P., & Page, S. (2011). Game-Based, Portable, Upper Extremity Rehabilitation in Chronic Stroke. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 18(6):720?727. doi: 10.1310/tsr1806-720

Page, S.J., [Hill] Hermann, V., Levine, P., Lewis, E., Stein, J., & Depeel, J. (2011). Portable neurorobotics for the severely affected arm in chronic stroke: a case study, Journal of Neurological Physical Therapy, 35(1): 41-6.
 

2010

Tunningley
  • Currie, M. K., Holm, S., Kaldenberg, J., Leland, N., Tunningley, J., & Louch, M. E. (2010). The Ins and Outs of AOTA Board and Specialty Certification. Preconference seminar presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association 90th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Tunningley, J., & Scheerer, C. (2010). Outcome of an interdisciplinary seminar on dementia care using components of problem-based and interprofessional learning. Short course presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association 90th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.
Miller
  • Miller, G. Wayne, S., & Crissman, M. (2010, October) Fieldwork Education 101: What every practitioner should know about becoming a fieldwork educator. Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Independence, Oh.

2009

Estes
  • Estes, J. (2009, April). Pediatric Therapists Perceptions of the Dynamics of Occupation in Practice. Paper presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association 89th Annual Conference, Houston, TX.
Miller
  • Miller, G., Warnock, B., (2009, November). Developing Site Specific Objectives for the Level Two Fieldwork Performance Evaluation: Using Wisdom to Help Students Achieve Their Potential. Paper presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Dayton, OH.
  • Hatkevich, B.A., & Miller, G., (2009, June). ACOTE Standards for Fieldwork Education: The Challenge of Compliance. Administration and Management Special Interest Section Quarterly, 25, 1-4.
Morress
  • McCarty, E., Morress, C., & Wnek, L. (2009). Establishing access to technology: An evaluation and intervention model to increase the participation of children with cerebral palsy. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 20(3), 523-534.
  • McCarty, B., & Morress, C. (2009, April). Promoting emergent literacy in young children with special needs. Tech Day presentation at the American Occupational Therapy Association 89th Annual Conference, Houston, TX.
  • Morress, C., & McCarty, B. (2009, April). Gaining control of the environment: An overview of access methods for individuals with spinal cord injury. Tech day presentation at the American Occupational Therapy Association 89th Annual Conference, Houston, TX.
Scheerer
  • Robinson, M., Scheerer, C., Applegate, S., Calme, C., Federle, M., & McCoy, J. (2009, November). Developing a habit of advocacy: Political activities of daily living. Paper presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Dayton, OH.
  • Tunningley, J., & Scheerer, C. (2009, November). Dementia: Applying clinical reasoning. Paper presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Dayton, OH.
  • Dostal, J., Scheerer, C., Kief, C. & Whitcomb, D. (2009, November). International outreach: Potential to serve with passion. Paper presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Dayton, OH.
Tunningley
  • Tunningley, J., Beckley, P., & Cox., M. (2009, November) Reflecting a Passion: AOTA's New and Improved Application for Board or Specialty Certification. Short course presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Dayton, OH.
  • Tunningley, J., & Scheerer, C. (2009, November). Dementia: Applying Clinical Reasoning. Short course presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Dayton, OH.

2008

Joanne Estes
  • Estes, J., & Newhart, L. (2008, April). Evidence-based practice, autonomy, and caring in the occupational therapy professional relationship. Paper presented at meeting "Breaking Boundaries, Forging Connections". Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  • Estes, J., & Pierce, D. (2008, May). Pediatric therapists' perceptions of the dynamics of occupation in practice. Paper presented at meeting of Canadian Occupational Science Symposium. Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.
Claire Morress
  • Plummer, T., Eubank, A., Morress, C. (2008, March 5). Evidenced-based practice: Finding, assessing and using the evidence. Pre-Symposium Workshop presented at the 24th International Seating Symposium, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Morress, C. , Ludwig, F. (April, 2008). Supports and barriers to pediatric power mobility in the home environment: A pilot study. A poster presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association 88th Annual Conference, Long Beach, CA.
Joan Tunningley
  • Tunningley, J. (2008, April). Play: Implementing integrated sensory motor groups in a preschool setting. Short course presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association 88th Annual Conference, Long Beach, CA.
  • Tunningley, J. (2008, May). School-based occupational therapy. Workshop presented for Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities, Columbus, OH.
  • Tunningley, J. (2008, July). Autism: Current practice strategies. Breakout session presented at Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Pediatric Summer Workshop, Cincinnati, OH.

2007

Carol Scheerer
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2007). Mentoring in occupational therapy: One state's status. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 21(3), 17-33.
  • Scheerer, C. R., Murdock, J, Slaby, J, & Barnes, B. (2007, April). Effects of touch pressure on preschool children with autistic-like tendencies. Poster presented the American Occupational Therapy Conference, St. Louis, MO.
  • Javaherian, H., & Scheerer, C. R. (2007). Education and practice: Connecting with research. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 21(1/2), 217-225.
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2007). Expanding the definition of community. Xavier University Wheeler Award. Awarded April 3, 2007, $3402.00.
Joan Tunningley
  • Tunningley, J. (2007). Handwriting: Explore Assessments and Programs. Paper presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Pediatric Summer Workshop, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Tunningley, J., & Beckley, P. (2007). AOTA Board and Specialty Certification: Benefiting from the Process. Roundtable discussion at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Boardman, OH.
Joanne Estes
  • Estes, J., Manford, L., Brown, A., & Bruck, C. (2007, October). An occupational perspective of hand knitting. Poster presented at the meeting of the Society of the Study of Occupation, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • Estes, J., & Pierce, D. (2007, October). Pediatric therapists' perceptions of the dynamics of occupation in practice. Poster presented at meeting of the Society of the Study of Occupation, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2005

Carol Scheerer
  • Scheerer, C.R. (2005) Mentoring. On the website of the Ohio Occupational therapy Association. Retrieved October 24, 2005 from http://www.oota.org/website/Mentoring.htm
  • Scheerer, C.R. (2005, October) Mentoring: What's in it for me? Short course presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Occupational Therapy Conference, Columbus, OH.
Joanne Estes
  • Estes, J. (2005, October). Ethical dimensions of occupational therapy in rehabilitation. Poster session presented at the anual meeting of the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association, Columbus, OH.

2004

Heather Gallew
  • Gallew, H. (2004, March). Domestic Violence: A Strengths and Needs Assessment. Paper presented at the 17th Annual Midwest Dean's Occupational Therapy Research Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Gallew, H. (2004, March). Domestic Violence: Rebuilding One's Life. Paper presented at 17th Annual Midwest Dean's Occupational Therapy Research Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Gallew, H. (2004, August). In the clinic: Domestic violence. OT Practice, 20-22.
  • Gallew, H. (2004, October). Occupational Therapy and Domestic Violence. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association, Zanesville, OH.
  • Gallew, H. (2004, October). Student Forum. Panel presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association, Zanesville, OH.
  • Gallew, H. (2004). The benefits of online learning in occupational therapy. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 18(1/2), 117-125.
  • Gallew, H. (2004). The benefits of online learning in occupational therapy. In P. Crist & M.E. Scaffa (Eds.). Best Practices in Occupational Therapy Education. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.Gallew, H., Haltiwanger, E., Sowers, J., & van Heever, N. (2004). A critical analysis of mental health parity. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, 20(1).
  • Gallew, H., & Mu, K. (2004). An occupational look at temporal adaptation: Night shift nurses. Journal of Occupational Science, 11(1), 23-30.
  • Scheerer, C. R., & Gallew, H. A. (2004). Developing the Research Component of the Master of Occupational Therapy Curriculum. Xavier University Wheeler Award. Funded March 26, 2004, $1916.00.
Carol Scheerer
  • Barrett, J., Scheerer, C. R., & Estes, J. (2004). Order of information: Impact on clinical judgment. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 18(4), 1-12.
  • Scheerer, C. R., C. Drumheller, & L. Mehbod. (2004). A model mentor: Virginia Scardina, M.A., M.Ed., OTR/L, FAOTA. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 18(3), 65-80.
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2004). Cake decorating as occupation: Meaning and motivation. Journal of Occupational Science, 11(2), 68-74.
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2004, March). Handwriting Without Tears®: A Pilot Study. Paper presented at the 17th Annual Midwest Dean's Occupational Therapy Research Conference 2004, Chicago, IL.
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2004, October). Mentoring: The Heart and Hands of a Legacy. Keynote address presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association, Zanesville, OH.
  • Scheerer, C. R., & Gallew, H. A. (2004). Developing the Research Component of the Master of Occupational Therapy Curriculum. Xavier University Wheeler Award. Funded March 26, 2004, $1916.00.
Joanne Estes
  • Barrett, J., Scheerer, C. R., & Estes, J. (2004). Order of information: Impact on clinical judgment. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 18(4), 1-12.
  • Estes, J. P. (2004, March). The Transformative Power of the Occupation of Hand Knitting. Paper presented at the 17th Annual Midwest Dean's Occupational Therapy Research Conference, Chicago, IL.

2003

Georganna Joary Miller
  • Scheerer, C. R., Zobay, A., Miller, C., & Miller, G. (2003). Occupation: Soup for the soul. Short course presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Conference, Akron, OH.
Heather Gallew
  • Gallew, H. (2003). Adaptive strategies of night shift nurses. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Midwest Dean's Occupational Therapy Conference 2002, Omaha, NB.
Carol Scheerer
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2003). Cake decorating as occupation: Meaning and motivation of the makers. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Midwest Dean's Occupational Therapy Conference 2002, Omaha, NB.
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2003). Lessons Learned: "Well, you just never know." Grapevine, 5 (1), 2-3.
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2003). Perceptions of effective professional behavior accountability: Occupational therapy student voices. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 57 (2), 205-214.
  • Scheerer, C. R., Reed, K., Skiver, A. M. (2003). Handwriting Without Tears®: An outcome study of two kindergarten classrooms. Short course presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Conference, Akron, OH.
  • Scheerer, C. R., Zobay, A., Miller, C., & Miller, G. (2003). Occupation: Soup for the soul. Short course presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Conference, Akron, OH.

2002

Joanne Phillips Estes
  • Estes, J. (2002). Beyond basic ADL's. Rehab Management, 15(3), 36-37.
Heather Gallew
  • Haltiwanger, E., Gallew, H., Sowers, J., & van den Heever, N. (2002). A critical analysis of mental health parity bills before congress. Mental Health Special Interest Section Quarterly, 25(4), 1-3, 6.
  • Gallew, H. (2002, October). The occupational complexity of the adaptation to shift work. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association, Cleveland, OH.
  • Gallew, H. (2002, October). Yoga. In G. Miller (Coordinator), Working towards wellness. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Xavier University Department of Occupational Therapy Council on Education, Cincinnati, OH.
Georganna Joary Miller
  • Miller, G. (2002, October). The occupational therapy practice framework. In G. Miller (Coordinator), Working towards wellness. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Xavier University Department of Occupational Therapy Council on Education, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Miller, G. (2002, November). Evidence-based practice. In-service presented at the Good Samaritan Hospital Rehabilitation Medicine Department Forum, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Miller, G. (2002). Resumes and interviewing. In K. Sladyk (Ed.), The successful fieldwork student (pp.173-189). Thorofare, NJ: Slack.
Claire Morress
  • Jump, J., Bouwkamp, M., & Morress, C. (2002). Assistive technology. In L. J. Michaud (Chapter Ed.) & C. D. Rudolph, A. M. Rudolph, M. K. Hostetter, G. Lister, & N. J. Siegel (Edition Eds.), Rudolph's pediatrics (21st ed., pp. 545-547). New York: McGraw-Hill.
Carol Scheerer
  • Scheerer, C. R., Zobay, A., Miller, C., & Miller, G. (2002). Occupation: Soup for the soul. Short course presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association, Cleveland, OH.
  • Scheerer, C. R., Zobay, A., Miller, C., & Miller, G. (2002, October). Occupation: Soup for the soul. Short course presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association, Cleveland, OH.
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2002, October). What's a hand to do? Short course presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association, Cleveland, OH.
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2002, March). A sensory-based tool for learning: Promoting attention in first grade students. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 15th Annual Midwest Dean's Occupational Therapy Conference 2002, Omaha, NB.

2001

Carol Scheerer
  • Kief, C.A., & Scheerer, C.R. (2001). Clinical competencies in occupational therapy. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
  • Kief, C.A., & Scheerer, C.R. (2001). Instructor's manual: Clinical competencies in occupational therapy. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

2000

Joanne Phillips Estes
  • Estes, J., Bochenek, C., Fassler, P. (2000). Osteoarthritis of the fingers. Journal of Hand Therapy, 13(2), 108-123.
  • Estes, J. (2000). Diabetes mellitus. In R. Hansen and B. Atchison (Eds.), Conditions in Occupational Therapy 2nd ed, (pp. 298-309). Baltimore: Lippincott, Williams, and Wilkins.
  • Estes, J. (2000). Orthopedics. In R. Hansen and B. Atchison (Eds.), Conditions in Occupational Therapy 2nd ed, (pp. 268-278). Baltimore: Lippincott, Williams, and Wilkins.
  • Estes, J. (2000) To what extent are occupational therapists addressing sexual expression with their clients? Paper presented at the 13th Annual Midwest Dean's Occupational Therapy Research Conference, Milwaukee, WI.
  • Estes, J. (2000). Osteoarthritis. Paper presented at the Upper Extremity Rehabilitation Symposium 2000, Cincinnati, OH.
Carol Scheerer
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2000). Perceptions of professional behavior accountability: Occupational therapy student voices. Paper presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Conference, Toledo, OH.
  • Scheerer, C. R. (2000). Working together collaboratively: Occupational therapy practitioners. Paper presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Conference, Toledo, OH.

1999

Joanne Phillips Estes
  • Estes, J. (1999). Clinician/academician partnership in producing clinical outcomes research. Paper presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Estes, J. (1999). Efficacy of serial casting in reducing PIP flexion contractures. Paper presented at Xavier University Junior Faculty Research Forum, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Estes, J. (1999). Orthopedics. In R. Hansen and B. Atchison (Eds.), Conditions in Occupational Therapy, effect on occupational performance 2nd Ed. (pp. 268-278). Baltimore: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.
  • Estes, J. (1999). Diabetes. In R. Hansen and B. Atchison (Eds.), Conditions in Occupational Therapy, effect on occupational performance 2nd Ed. (pp. 298-309). Baltimore: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.
Eileen Kempf
  • Barker, L.K., Kempf, E., & Haverkos, N. (1999). Technology in the long-term care facility. Paper presented at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Barbara Sarbaugh
  • Jahn, J. and Sarbaugh, B. (1999). Don't let your lapsed psych skills put you in jeopardy with your phys dis clients! Review of psychiatric disorders presented in game format at the Ohio Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio.