Faculty Research

 
Laurie Knis-Matthews, Ph.D., OTR

Presentations
Knis-Matthews, L., Falzarano, M., & Richard, L. (2010). Transitions: An introduction to college course for high school students with autism spectrum disorder. Presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association 90th Annual Conference and Expo, Orlando, FL.
 
Knis-Matthews, L., Falzarano, M., & Richard, L. (2009). Are we really client centered? Using the COPM to see how client’s goals connect with the goals of the occupational therapist.Presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association 89th National Conference and Expo, Houston, TX.
 
Knis-Matthews, L., Richard, L., & Moorehead, S. (2007). The therapeutic power of qualitative research. Presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association National Conference.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. & Stern, K. (2007). Mental health annual program: Supportive education programs and outcomes for individuals with mental illness. Presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association National Conference.
 
Knis-Matthews, L., Richard, L., & Moorehead, S. (2006). The therapeutic power of qualitative research. Presented at the Canadian Occupational Therapy Association National Conference.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2006). The meaning of higher education for people diagnosed with mental illness. Co-presented at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association Conference.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2006). The therapeutic power of qualitative research for six parents who are substance dependent and in treatment. Invited to present to the Department of Teaching and Learning, New York University.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2006). The role of the occupational therapist and the substance abusing client. Invited to present to the Department of Occupational Therapy, New York University.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2006). Facilitating transition to the student role: Supported education for individuals with chronic and persistent mental illness. Invited to present at the Mental Health Partnership of New Jersey, Kean University.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2005). The destructive path of addiction: The experiences of six parents who are substance dependent and in a year-long drug treatment program. Exhibitor at the KU Faculty Research Forum: A Showcase of Scholarship and Grants.
 
Stern, K. & Knis-Matthews, L. (2005). The bridge program: A supported education service to help adults pursue educational goals. Presented at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association Conference. 
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2004). The experiences of parents who are substance dependent and in a long-term drug treatment program: A grounded theory study. Presented at the Doctoral Colloquium, New York University.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2004). AOTA ‘s occupational therapy practice framework. Co-presented at the 5th Annual Kean University- Occupational Therapy Fieldwork Educators Workshop. 
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2004). Adults living shadowed lives share memories of childhood. Panel discussion presentation at the At Risk: Implications for Practice, 25th Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. & Stern, K. (2003). Program development. Presented in a roundtable discussion/SIS consultation at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference.
 
Stern, K., & Knis-Matthews, L. (2003). Frames of reference for the occupationally-based, client centered practice: An introduction. Co-presented at the 30th Annual Conference of the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association. 
 
Schindler, V. & Knis-Matthews, L. (2003). AOTA mental health partnerships- continuing the effort. Facilitated roundtable discussion at the 30th Annual Conference of the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association.
 
Stern, K., & Knis-Matthews, L. (2002). Occupational therapy 101: A university-based psycho-educational group for the chronically mentally ill population. Presented at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Annual Conference.
 
Schlinder, V., & Knis-Matthews, L. (2002). AOTA mental health partnerships – Our second year. Facilitated a roundtable discussion at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Annual Conference.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (May, 2002). How occupational therapy may benefit people with mental illness. A poster presentation at the NAMI New Jersey Conference.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. & Richard, L. (2001). Fundamentals of group work: Guidelines, protocols and activities. Exhibitor at the Faculty Research Forum, Kean University.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2001). AOTA mental health partnerships – Expanding to New Jersey. Co-presented at a roundtable discussion at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. & Richard, L. (2000). Group work as a dynamic tool in your practice area.Co-presented at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2000). Occupational therapy: A great career. Presented at the Women into Science and Technology (WIST) Project, Kean University.
 
Knis, L. (2000). Occupational therapy at Kean University. Participated in panel discussion to high school girls for Women into Science and Technology (WIST) project, Kean University.
 
Knis, L. (1999). Occupational therapy. A presentation for the EEO program, Kean University.
 
Publications
Knis-Matthews, L., Falzarano, M., Baum, D., Manganiello, J., Patel, S., & Winters, L. (In press). “Parents’ Experiences with Services and Treatment for their Children Diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.”
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2010). The destructive path of addiction: Experiences of six parents who are substance dependent. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health [Special Edition], 201-340.
 
Richard, L. & Knis-Matthews, L. (2010). Are we really client centered? Using the COPM to compare the treatment goals of clients who are diagnosed with a chronic mental illness with their occupational therapist. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health.
 
Matthews, S., Kaufman, C., & Knis-Matthews, L. (2008, January 21). Camp Helping Hands: Addressing hemiplegia in children with cerebral palsy. OT Practice, 12-16.
 
Knis-Matthews, L., Bokara, J., DeMeo, L., Lepore, N,. & Mavus, L. (2007). The meaning of higher education for people diagnosed with a mental illness: Four students share their experiences. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 3(2), 107-114.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2007). The role of spouses and extended family members as primary caretakers of children during a parent’s drug addiction: The parent perspective. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, 23(1)1-20.
 
Knis-Matthews, L., Dahan-Barasch, S., Jablonski, L.M., Schulgasser-Friedman, A., & Whitfield, K. (2006). Facets of community-based group outings for individuals with brain injury: Perceptions of  four therapists from different disciplines. American Journal of Recreational Therapy, 5(1), 18-26.
 
Knis-Matthews, L., Richard, L., Marquez, L., Mewala, N. (2005). Implementation of occupational therapy services for an adolescent residence program. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, 21(1), 57-72
 
Knis-Matthews, L., Falzone, S., Sweeney, J. (2004). The power of occupation: starting the transition from client to student. OT Practice, 17-20.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2004). Review of monograph occupational therapy in forensic psychiatry: Role development and schizophrenia. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, 20.
 
Knis-Matthews, L. (2003). A parenting program for parents who are substance dependent. Mental Health Special Interest Section Newsletter, 26, 1-4.
 
Kramer, S.,  Martin, S., Knis-Matthews, L., (2000). Split fieldwork for the 21st century: A student's perspective. Advance for Occupational Therapy Practitioners, 32-33.
 
Jones, K., & Knis, L. (1999). OT tackles parents at risk, OT Week, 8-9.
 
 
 
Mary Falzarano, Ph.D., OTR

Presentations

Falzarano, M., Petrocelli, T., Kruger, M. (2016). Music and Movement Handwriting Program for Non Writers. American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, April 9, 2016

Falzarano, M. & Morreale, P.A. (2016). Engaging Chinese Children with Autism to Interact with Portable Hand –and Finger Gesture Based Applications: Experiment and Reflections.  Human Computer Interaction (HCI) International Conference, Toronto, Canada, July 2016.

Falzarano, M., Ackerman, A., Gardner, J., Gruendike, A., Knis-Matthews, L., Kruger, M., & Moscoe, E., & Mulry, C.  (2015). Community partnerships and service: Curriculum link to real world practice. Short Course, American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, April 16, 2015.

Falzarano, M., Rybski, M.F., Arvin, M.K., Ciani, G., & Ellexson, M. (2015) Interprofessional Education and Practice, You can Do It Too! Short Course, American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, April 17, 2015.

Gardner, J., Falzarano, M., Mulry, C., Riegle, T., Kearns, D., Suerro, L. & Mulholland, K.  (2015).  Interprofessional education: Perspectives from OT, interior and industrial design.  Short Course, American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, April 17, 2015.Collaboration between OT and industrial design students and faculty.    

Berger, D. & Falzarano, M. (2013). Coming to the Senses for Educating the Creative Child: A Joint Workshop of Music and Developmental Movement. Presented at Kean University  - Educating the Creative Mind: Developing Capacities for the Future An International Conference on Arts-Based Education. Kean University, Union, NJ
 
Maddox, A., O'Brien, D., Walia, R., Gardner, J, & Falzarano, M. (2013). Evidenced-based program development, funding strategies, and sustainability of a community-based golf program for at-risk adolescents. Presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association, 93rd Annual National Conference, San Diego, CA, 2013.
 
Lawson, M., Pizzi, M. & Falzarano, M. (2013). The gay experience: Occupational therapist as supervisor, employee, patient and caregiver. Presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association, 93rd Annual National Conference, San Diego, CA, 2013.
 
Falzarano, M. & Pinto Zipp, G. (2012). Seeking consensus through the use of the Delphi Technique in health sciences research. Presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association, 93rd Annual National Conference, San Diego, CA, 2013. (Submitted Presentation)
 
Falzarano, M., Maddox, A., Andujar, A., & Baglieri, K. (2012). Interdisciplinary collaboration through participation in the Special Olympics Young Athlete Program. Presented at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association 38th Annual State Conference. 
 
Bundinic, L., Caprio, A., Krause, M., Maddox, A., (2012). The meaning of play for siblings of children with disabilities. Presented at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association 38th annual state conference: Researcher and Thesis Advisor, Falzarano, M. 
 
Falzarano, M. (2012). Describing the occurrence and influence of mentoring for Occupational Therapy faculty members who are on the tenure track or eligible for reappointment. Presented at the The American Occupational Therapy Association 92nd Annual Conference and Expo, Indianapolis, IN, 2012. 
 
Falzarano, M., & Knis, L. (2012). Innovative interdisciplinary collaboration among occupational therapy, healthcare, and education college students working with Special Olympics Young Athlete Program. Presented at The American Occupational Therapy Association 92nd Annual Conference and Expo, Indianapolis, IN, 2012. 
 
Falzarano, M., Budinic, L. & Maddox, A. (2012). The meaning of play for siblings of children with disabilities. Presented at The American Occupational Therapy Association 92nd Annual Conference and Expo, Indianapolis, IN, 2012. 
 
Falzarano, M., McCormick, C., & Moorehead, S. (2011). Defining professionalism: Voices of pediatric occupational therapists. Presented at The American Occupational Therapy Association 91st Annual Conference and Expo, Philadelphia, PA, 2011 
 
Knis-Matthews, L.,  & Falzarano, M., (2011). Peer teaching: The experience of four Occupational Therapy graduate students. Presented at The American Occupational Therapy Association 91st Annual Conference and Expo, Philadelphia, PA, 2011 
 
Falzarano, M., Divino, M.J., Johnson, M. & Perez, M. (2010). “Design for Dwarfism” interdisciplinary collaborative Occupational Therapy, interior design and industrial design student project. Presented at New Jersey Occupational Therapy (NJOTA) 36th Annual Conference 2010. 
 
Knis-Matthews, L., Falzarano, M., & Richard, L. (2010). Transitions: Helping high school students diagnosed with ASD to transition into college. Presented at The American Occupational Therapy Association 90th Annual Conference and Expo, Orlando, FL, 2010.
 
Falzarano, M., Faitler, Z, McCormick, C. & Thomas, C. (2009). What it means to be a professional in the field of Occupational Therapy: Perceptions of practicing occupational therapists. Presented at The New Jersey Occupational Therapy 35th Annual State Conference in South Orange, NJ, 2009.
 
Knis-Matthews, L., Falzarano, M., & Richard, L. (2009). Are we really client centered? Using the COPM to see how a client’s goals connect with the goals of the occupational therapist. Presented at The American Occupational Therapy Association 89th Annual National Conference & Expo, Houston, TX, 2009.
 
Falzarano, M., Divino, M.J., Johnson, M. (2009). “Design for Dwarfism” interdisciplinary collaborative Occupational Therapy, interior design and industrial design student project.Presented at Kean University Research Day, Union, NJ, 2009.
 
Falzarano, M., & Marain, D. (2007). Hand in hand: Occupational and music therapy collaboration for early intervention to primary school aged children with multiple disabilities. Presented at The ASAH (formally the Association of Schools and Agencies of the Handicapped) Atlantic City, NJ, 2007.
 
Falzarano, M., & Marain, D. (2006). Hand in hand: Occupational and music therapy intervention for NICU to primary school aged children with disabilities. Presented at The National Music Therapy Association Conference, Kansas City, MO, 2006.
 
Falzarano, M., & Marain, D. (2006). Hand in hand: Occupational and music therapy intervention for NICU to primary school aged children with disabilities. Presented at New Jersey Occupational Therapy 32nd Annual Conference, NJ, 2006.
 
Falzarano, M. (2003). Safe lifting procedures during child care. Presented at the child care department of Hackensack University Medical Center, NJ, 2003. 
 
Falzarano, M. (1998). Handwriting intervention. Presented at the Professional Development Workshop for teachers and teacher’s assistants of the South Bergen Jointure Commission, NJ, 1998.
 
Publications
 
Tant, Y.T., Falzarano, M. & Morreale, P.A. (2016). Engaging Chinese Children with Autism to Interact with Portable Hand –and Finger Gesture Based Applications: Experiment and Reflections. To be published in Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series Conference Proceedings, in press.
 

Falzarano, M. (2015). Evidenced-Based Rehabilitation A Guide to Practice: A Book Review [Review of the book Evidenced-Based Rehabilitation A Guide to Practice, 3rd ed.] Occupational Therapy in Health Care, in press.

Zipp, G. P., Maher, C., & Falzarano, M. (2015). An Observational Study Exploring Academic Mentorship in Physical Therapy. Journal of allied health, 44(2), 96-100.

Falzarano, M., & Pizzi, M. (2015). Experiences of Lesbian and Gay Occupational Therapists in the Healthcare System. Journal of allied health, 44(2), 65-72. 

Knis-Matthews, L., Falzarano, M., Bonastia, S., Mahana, M., Messina, K., & Moller, C. (2013). Peer teaching: The experience of four occupational therapy graduate students. Education Special Interest Section Quarterly, 23(3), 1-4.
 
Falzarano, M. & Pinto Zipp, G. (2013). Seeking consensus through the use of the Delphi Technique in health sciences research. Journal of Allied Health42(2) 99-105.
 
Falzarano, M. (2013). Kids Can be Kids: A Childhood Occupations Approach [Review of the book Kids Can be Kids: A Childhood Occupations ApproachOccupational Therapy in Health Care, Early Online:1-3, 2013. Available from informa healthcare at http://informahealthcare.com/othc DOI: 10.3109/07380577.2013.775541.
 
Falzarano, M. & Pinto Zipp, G. (In Press). Seeking consensus through the use of the Delphi technique in health sciences research. Journal of Allied Health.
 
Falzarano, M. & Pinto Zipp, G. (2012). Perceptions of mentoring of full-time occupational therapy faculty in the United States. Occupational Therapy International, Advance Online Publication. doi: 10.1002/oti.1326
 
Gardner, J. & Falzarano, M. (2012) In collaboration with the principal investigator, we have been approved to begin our study entitled, Project Title: The Impact of Intergenerational Occupation-Based Golf-Mentoring Program for At-Risk Youths. (In Process). 
 
Knis-Matthews, L., Falzarano, M., Moller. C., Bonastia, S., Mahana, M., & Messina, K. (2012). Peer teaching: The experience of four occupational therapy graduate students. Manuscript submitted for publication. (In Review). 
 
Falzarano, M. (2011). Describing the Occurrence and Influence of Mentoring for Occupational Therapy Faculty Members Who are on the Tenure Track or Eligible for Reappointment. Dissertations. Paper 365. Retrieved from http://scholarship.shu.edu/dissertations/365
 
Knis-Matthews, L., Falzarano, M., Baum, D., Manganiello, J., Patel, S., & Winters, L. (2011). Parents’ experiences with services and treatment for their children diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, Early Online, 1-12.
 
Falzarano, M. (2010). Active learning through interdisciplinary collaboration. Education Special Interest Section Quarterly20(1),1-4. 
 
Falzarano, M. (2010, August). Teaching from the heart. OT Practice15(4), 34.
 
Books
Contributor: Inclusive design: A universal need, Fairchild Pubns, 2011. [for L. Nussbaumer]. 
Contributor: Yataku: The Use of Percussion in Music Therapy, Texas: Sarsen Publishing, 2007. [for B. Matney].
 
 
 
Jennifer A. Gardner, OTD, OTR

Presentations

Gardner, J.  (2016). Sensory modulation treatment on a psychiatric inpatient unit.  Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 54(4), 44-51.

Gardner, J. (2015). Sensor-izing Wellness.  Short course at Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey, Wellness Institute Conference, Edison, New Jersey, March 26, 2015.

Colognori, D., Gardner, J., McKenzie, S., & Mulry, C.  (2014).  Community-based research: Opportunities and challenges in bridging gaps.  Panel presentation at Kean University, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Kean University, Union, New Jersey, April 17, 2014.

Gardner, J., Podvey, M., & Holman, S. (2014).  Research translation: An integral aspect of clinical practice. Panel presentation at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association’s Spring Membership Meeting, West Orange, New Jersey, May, 5, 2014.

Gardner, J. (2013). Course #1700: Sensory modulation assessment and treatment across the continuum of behavioral health care.  OccupationalTherapy.com, November 18, 2013.

Gardner, J. (2013).  Course #1701: Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP): Wrapping “sense” around recovery.  OccupationalTherapy.com, November 25, 2013.

Gannon, S., Gardner, J., & Perez, M. (2013).  How to conduct a crowdfunding campaign.  Research Development and Funding Opportunities Workshop, Office of Research & Sponsored Programs, Kean University, Union, New Jersey, September 17, 2013.  

Gardner, J. (2013).  Implementation of sensory based treatment on inpatient psychiatric unit to facilitate self regulation of physiological arousal levels.  Poster presentation at American Occupational Therapy Association’s 93rd Annual Conference, San Diego, California, April 25-28, 2013.     

Gardner, J., Mulry, C., Hardaway, H., Curcio, C., Herrera, L., Scimeca, K., Shah, M., & Syers, K. (2013).  Effects of home modifications on falls and participation in PACE.  Poster presentation at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference, Enterprise Center at Burlington County College, Mt Laurel, New Jersey, October 27, 2013.
 
Gardner, J., Knis-Matthews, L., Saks, E., & Janicky, J.  (2013).  Use of service learning as means to promote productive aging.  Poster presentation at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference, Enterprise Center at Burlington County College, Mt Laurel, New Jersey, October 27, 2013.
 
Gardner, J. (2012). Evidence-based golf program for at risk adolescents: Progressive, sustainable, community based intervention. Presented at New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference 2012. 
 
Gardner, J. (2012). Collaboration in era of change: Adolescents with Autism Spectrum and learning disorders experience college. Presented at New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference 2012. 
 
Gardner, J. (2012). Wellness recovery action plan (WRAP): Wrapping “sense” around recovery. Presented at Wellness Conference, Edison, NJ.
 
Gardner, J. (2012). Collaboration between academy and school-based practice: Adolescents with Autism and learning disorders experience college through a service learning program. Presented at American Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference 2012. 
 
Gardner, J. (2011). Wellness recovery action plan and sensory modulation: Wrapping “sense” around recovery. Presented at American Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference 2011. 
 
Gardner, J. (2010). WRAP and sensory modulation: Client centered tools for recovery. Presented at New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference 2010. 
 
Gardner, J. (2010). Demonstrating the psychosocial core of Occupational Therapy practice and education. Presented at American Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference 2010. 
 
Panel discussion: “Addressing Psychosocial Issues from Pediatrics to Geriatrics,” Sponsored by New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association’s Spring Membership Meeting. (2009)
 
Gardner, J. (2009). Demonstrating the psychosocial core of Occupational Therapy practice and education. Presented at New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference 2009. 
 
Gardner, J. (2008). Be heart healthy: Tips on stress management. Presented for American Heart Association 2008. 
 
Publications
Gardner, J., Baglieri, K., & Andujar, A.  (December, 2012).  Using active and experiential learning strategies to teach activity group development. Education Special Interest Section Quarterly22(4), 1–4.
 
Gardner, J., Mulry, C., & Chalik, S.  (2012).  Considering College?: Adolescents with autism and learning disorders participate in an on-campus service-learning program.  Occupational Therapy in Health Care26(4), 257-269. DOI:10.3109/07380577.2012.720052
 
Gardner, J., Dong-Olson, V., Castronova, A., Hess, M., & Lawless, K.  (2012). Using Wellness Recovery Action Plan and sensory based intervention: A case example.  Occupational Therapy in Health Care26(2/3), 163-173. DOI: 10.3109/07380577.2012.693650
 
Gardner, J.  (2011).  Just for today.  OT Practice16(8), 41.
 
 
Mariann Moran, OTD, OTR, CHT

Presentations
 
Moran, M. (2013). Scleroderma and evidence based treatment for digital ulcers. Poster session to be presented at the meeting of the American Occupational Therapy Association, 93rd Annual National Conference, San Diego, CA.
 
Moran, M. (2012) Developing a Private practice in the current health care environment. Short education course to be presented at  the 2012 New Jersey Occupational Therapy Annual Conference, Seton Hall University, South Orange NJ. 
 
Moran, M., Albright, J., Sullivan, K., O’Brien, D., Mannino, L., & Warren, E. (2012). Factors affecting length of treatment for distal radius fractures in a specialized hand clinic.  Poster session presented at the American Society of Hand Therapy Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.
 
Moran, M., Walia, R., Barros, T., Goldberg, M., Wang, J., & Ward, K. (2012). Does sub-maximal warm-up exercises affect grip strength testing?  Poster session presented at the  American Society of Hand Therapy Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.
 
Publications
Moran, M. (2013).  The Wrist. In S. Weiss & N. Falkenstein, (Eds),  Hand Rehabilitation A Quick Reference Guide and Review (3rd ed.) pp. 384-404.  St Petersburg, FL: Exploring Hand Therapy Company, Inc. 
 
 
Claire Mulry, OTD, OTR, CAPS

Presentations
 
Mulry, C. M. (2014). Let’s Go! A community wellness program, program development translating research to practice.  Scheduled to be presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association 94th Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD, April 4, 2014.
 
Mulry, C. M. (2014). Effects of Home Modifications on Falls and Participation in PACE.  Scheduled to be presented at The American Occupational Therapy Association 94th Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD, April 3, 2014. 
 
Mulry, C. M. (2013). Let’s Go:  A pilot community mobility program for wellness. Poster presented at the New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association, NJ, 39th Annual Conference, Burlington, NJ, October 27, 2013.
 
Mulry, C. M. & Hardaway, H. (2013) PACE: A Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly, OT’s role on an interprofessional team. Presented at New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association, 39th Annual Conference, Burlington, NJ, October 27, 2013.
 
Mulry, C. M. (2013). The impact of home modifications on falls and participation in a PACE program. Poster presented at New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association, 39th Annual Conference, Burlington, NJ, October 27, 2013.
 
Mulry, C. M. (2013). Let’s Go! A community mobility program for wellness. Presented at The American Occupational Therapy Association 93rd Annual Conference, San Diego CA, April 25, 2013.
 
Mulry, C. M. & Hardaway, H. (2013). Occupational therapy in an program of all inclusive care for the elderly (PACE): Consultation and collaboration. Presented at the American Occupational Therapy Association 93rd Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, April 26, 2013.
 
Mulry, C.M. & Hardaway, H. (2013). Aging in Place? Help is here. Presented at Adult Education Series, Nassau Presbyterian Church, Princeton, NJ, April 14, 2013.
 
Mulry, C.M. & Hardaway, H. (2013). Adapting and planning for life’s changes and challenges. Presented at Adult Education Series, Nassau Presbyterian Church, Princeton, NJ, April 7, 2013.
 
Panel discussion: "Using Research and Evidence to Transform Health Care in a Contemporary Society," Sponsored by Kean University's The Center for Nursing Research. (October, 2012)
 
Mulry, C. (2012). Collaboration in era of change: Adolescents with Autism Spectrum and learning disorders experience college. Presented at New Jersey Occupational Therapy Association 38th Annual Conference (2012).
 
Mulry, C. (2012). Collaboration between academy and school practice: Adolescents with Autism Spectrum and learning disorders experience college through a service learning program. Presented at American Occupational Therapy Association 92nd Annual National Conference & Expo, Indianapolis, IN, 2012.
 
Mulry, C. (2011). Maximizing function and participation in older adults: Clinical, caregiver and home interventions. Presented at JFK Professional Development Series, Edison, NJ, 2011.
 
Publications
 
Mulry, C.M. (2012). Transitions to assisted living: A pilot study of residents’ occupational perspectives. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics30, 327-342. DOI: 10.3109/02703181.2012.741190
 
Mulry, C.M. (2012). Reaching beyond clinic walls: Motor vehicle accident prevention. OT Practice, 17, (21) 7-8.
 
Gardner, J., Mulry, C., & Chalik, S.  (2012).  Considering college?: Adolescents with autism and learning disorders participate in an on-campus service-learning program.  Occupational Therapy in Health Care26(4), 257-269. DOI:10.3109/07380577.2012.720052
 
Mulry, C.M., & Breger Stanton, D. (August, 2012) American Occupational Therapy Association Evidence Exchange Project Critically Appraised Paper (CAP) on Problem Based Learning in Occupational Therapy Education.
 
Patrick R. Field, Ph.D.

Publications
 
Field, P. (2013). Revising a Formal Case Study Presentation as an Independent Research Project, Journal of College Science Teaching43(2), p. 74-77.
 
Field, P., Gangemi, G., & Kinsley, T. (2013). Under the Knife and Completely Aware: Intraoperative Awareness. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, Retrieved from <ublib.buffalo.edu/libraries/projects/cases/>.
 
Field, P. (2010). Coffee and cigarettes: Second-hand smoke and smoke-free laws. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Sciencehttp://sciencecases.lib.buffalo.edu/cs/collection/detail.asp?case_id=432&id=432
 
Field, P. (2006). Variations of a historical case study: The extraordinary accident of Isidro Mejia. The Journal of College Science Teaching36(2), 21-25.
 
Field, P. (2005). Creating case study presentations: A Survey of senior seminar students. The Journal of College Science Teaching, 35(1), 56-59.  
 
Field, P. (2003).  Senior seminar: Using case studies to teach the components of a successful seminar. The Journal of College Science Teaching, 32(5), 298-301.
 
Field, P. (2002). The influence of research-based high school science programs on undergraduate students. The Journal of College Science Teaching, 32(2), 109-113. 
 
Field, P. & Cappaert, T. (2001).  Brain vs. spinal cord: A directed case study in CNS injury. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, last revised December 2006 (www.sciencecases.org/cns_injury/cns_injury.asp)
 
Field, P. (2007). Original Interdisciplinary case study presentations: Linking biological concepts with ethical, political and sociological issues. School Connections18(1), 9-11.