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MSOT Ninth Annual Student Poster Presentations. May, 2015

The UW-Madison OT Program held the 2015 MSOT Student Poster Presentations. The research poster session is the capstone event for their research. MSOT students presented their posters. Certificate of contact hours for attendance are available upon request from the OT department.

Presenter Poster Title
Brenna Buckner, OTS Caregiver Management of Sensory Sensitivity during Performance of Self-Care Activities for a Child with High Functioning Autism: A Case Study. Faculty Advisor, Elizabeth Larson, PhD, OTR
Joe Deanovich, OTS Factors Affecting Technology Use in Upper Extremity Hemiparesis Rehabilitation Following Stroke. Faculty Advisor, Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Ph.D.
Abbey Eckhoff, OTS Guided Imagery and Reducing Pregnancy-Specific Stress in Pregnant Adolescents. Faculty Advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D., OTR/L
Juan-Ita Effiom, OTS Effect of ITB Pumps on Reducing Caregiver Physical Demand. Faculty Advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR
Ted Elias, OTS Advancing the Children's Kitchen Task Assessment (CKTA): Comparing the reliability of a new performance-based executive functioning task with the original task. Faculty Advisor, Elizabeth Larson, PhD, OTR
Terri Flynn, OTS Guided Imagery and Stress in Pregnant Adolescents. Research Advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D., OTR/L
Sabrina Hilton, OTS Well-being & Stress in Caregivers of Children with Autism. Faculty Advisor, Elizabeth Larson, PhD, OTR, FAOTA
Hana Ibrik, OTS Exploring Healthy Pleasures, Health and Well-Being in Caregivers of Youth with ASD. Faculty Advisor, Elizabeth Larson, PhD, OTR
Jaclyn Jones, OTS Post-Stroke Depression and Upper Extremity Functional Recovery. Faculty Advisor, Dorothy Edwards, Ph.D.
Sarah Katz, OTS Mealtime Strategies of Caregivers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Faculty Advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D., OTR/L
Kayla L. Larsen, OTS

Effects of Intrathecal Baclofen Pump on Leisure Participation Among Children with CP. Faculty Advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR

Jessica Leffring, OTS

The Relationship between Therapy Services and Oral Health among Children with ASD. Faculty Advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR

Erin Milbach, OTS Parental Stress and Mealtime Behaviors in Children with ASD. Faculty Advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D., OTR/L
Kate Mroczynski, OTS Protocol Development for Executive Functioning Tasks in Children with Typical Development. Faculty Advisor, Elizabeth Larson, Ph.D., OTR
Kemi Olarinde, OTS Teaching Strategies to Support Decreased Alcohol Use in Teenage Mothers. Faculty Advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D., OTR/L
Vanessa Patkowski, OTS The Relationship Between Systems of Care and Activity Limitations in Children with Special Health Care Needs. Faculty Advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR
Brenna Patterson, OTS Changes in Quality of Life for Caregivers of Children with Cerebral Palsy Following ITB Treatment. Faculty Advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR/L
Malissa Roberts, OTS Defining Food Selectivity According to Caregivers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Faculty Advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D., OTR/L
Sarah Ruplinger, OTS The Family Impact of Health Care Transitions for Youth with Special Health Care Needs. Faculty Advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR
Andrea Sorelle, OTS Experiences of Subjective Vitality for Caregivers of Children with ASD. Faculty Advisor, Elizabeth Larson, Ph.D., OTR
Kasey Sorensen, OTS Functional Implications of Gross and Fine Motor Skill Acquisition in Stroke Survivors. Faculty Advisor, Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Ph.D.
Ismail Umer, OTS Association between Unmet Healthcare Needs among Children with Functional Difficulties and Stress among their Caregivers. Faculty Advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR
Sonya Weber, OTS

The Relationship between Cognition and Learning for Stroke Survivors. Faculty Advisor, Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Ph.D.

  

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