Occupational Therapy Research

Therapists from the Occupational Therapy Department at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia are regular contributors to clinical publications and presenters at regional and national meetings. Here, we highlight some of their recent publications and presentations.

Publications and presentations

Andrescavage, A., Trisomy 21, University of Pittsburgh, Fall semester 2008.

Among Children Adopted Internationally: Preliminary Results, SRCD, April, 2009.

Burrell, C., Pediatric Occupational Performance Interventions: Typical Feeding Skill Development from Birth to School Age. Misericordia University, March 2009.

Burrell, C., October 2008: Pediatric Occupational Performance Interventions: Typical Feeding Skill Development from Birth to School Age. Misericordia University, October 2008.

Buxton, J. Adjunct professor: Pediatrics in Occupational Therapy, University of Pittsburgh, Fall semester 2008. Konieczny, T., Assessment and Intervention of Burn Injuries in the Pediatric Population, University of Pittsburgh, Fall semester 2008.

Buxton, J. Pediatrics in Occupational Therapy, University of Pittsburgh, Fall semester 2008.

Buxton, J., International Preparation for the NBCOT Certification Evaluation, University of Pittsburgh, Spring semester 2009.

Cipriani J, Cooper M, DiGiovanni NM, Litchkofski A, Nichols AL, Ramsey A. Dog-Assisted Therapy for Residents of Long-Term Care Facilities: An Evidence-Based Review with Implications for Occupational Therapy. Available from: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/02703181.2013.816404

Hsia, M,. Brachial Plexus Injury, University of Pittsburgh, Fall semester 2008

Hsia, M., Assessment and Intervention of Brachial Plexus Injuries in the Pediatric Population, University of Pittsburgh, Fall semester 2008. Andrescavage, April, Trisomy 21, University of Pittsburgh, Fall semester 2008.

Humpl, D. and Duff, S., Philadelphia Hand Meeting, March 2009.

Kurzenberger, E., Assistive Technology in the Pediatric Population, Misericordia University, March 2009.

Konieczny , T., and Buxton, J., presented: Multimodal Approach to School Re-entry at the 7th World Congress on Brain Injury in Lisbon , Portugal in April 2008. (Associated with the international Brain Injury Association).

Konieczny, T. Comprehensive PT Clinical Decision Making: Rehab Pediatric Team Approach, Thomas Jefferson University, February 2009.

Konieczny, T., Brain Steps, Philadelphia, PA, December 2008.

Konieczny, T., Brain Steps, Harrisburg, November 2008.

Konieczny, T., Pediatric Burns, University of Pittsburgh, Fall semester 2008.

Levy, T., Estilow, T. and Humpl, D. Molding Splinting Programs to Fit Unique Needs. Retrieved on December 6, 2010, from TherapyTimes.com.

Lynch, A., Agrawal, S., and Galloway, Early Power Mobility: Case Study (accepted, awaiting publication). J.C. Pediatric Physical Therapy.

Lynch, A., Dozier, M., Farber, A., Peloso, E., Willis Hepp, B., Bernard, K., Effects of a Parenting Intervention on Cortisol Production.

Lynch, A. & Surfus, J., Firefly Training Conference, Kazan Russia, April, 2009 (travel pending; Co-leader of 5 day seminar and coordination of presentation power points for training).

Lynch, A., Program Evaluation & Design, OTD610, 4 credit course in doctoral program, Misericordia University, Spring 2009.

Lynch, A., Sensory Processing, Institutionalization, & Attachment, “My New Family” Conference, Moscow, Russia, March 2009.

Lynch, L., Campos, J., Anderson, D., Galloway, J., Mobility and Development: Why the time is right now for early power mobility, Combined Section Meeting, APTA, February, 2009.

Lycnh, A., and Getchell, N., "New directions in understanding individuals with Autism: Integrating research on perception, cognition, and action coupling within an Ecological Perspective” in the Nova edited text entitled New Directions in Developmental Psychobiology, 2009.

Lynch, A., Evaluation and Treatment of Children with Autism, 3 credit course in an advanced Master’s program, College Misericordia, Spring, 2009.

Lynch, A. & Surfus, J., Firefly Training Conference, Kazan Russia, (travel pending; Co-leader of 5 day seminar and coordination of presentation power points for training), April 2009.

Lynch, A., Agrawal, S., and Galloway, J.C., Early Power Mobility: Case Study (accepted, awaiting publication). Pediatric Physical Therapy.

Lynch, A., Dozier, M. Farber, A., Peloso, E., Willis Hepp, B., Bernard, K., Effects of a Parenting Intervention on Cortisol Production Among Children Adopted Internationally: Preliminary Results, SRCD, April, 2009.

Lynch, A., Sensory Processing, Institutionalization, & Attachment, “My New Family” Conference, Moscow, Russia, March 2009.

Lynch, A., Campos, J., Anderson, D., Galloway, J., Mobility and Development: Why the time is right now for early power mobility, Combined Section Meeting, APTA, February, 2009.

Lynch, A., and Getchell, N., "New directions in understanding individuals with Autism: Integrating research on perception, cognition, and action coupling within an Ecological Perspective” in the Nova edited text entitled New Directions in Developmental Psychobiology, 2009.

McIntyre, M. (2007). Keeping VAD Patients Functional. Advance for Occupational Therapy Practitioners, 23, 43-45.

Mountz, E., Assessment and Intervention of Brain Injuries in the Pediatric Population, University of Pittsburgh, Fall semester 2008.

Mountz, E. ACBIS Training, Health South, Harrisburg, PA, February 2009.

Mountz, E., Pediatric Brain Injury, University of Pittsburgh, Fall semester 2008.
 

Reviewed on April 22, 2014