Poster Presentation 2013

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Student Research Posters

MSOT Seventh Annual Student Poster Presentations. May, 2013

The UW-Madison OT Program held the 2013 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
Karrie Abraham, OTS Relation of Sex, Stress, and Mu Opioid Genotype to Temperament and Sensory Responsiveness in Neonates. Faculty advisor, Mary Schneider, PhD, OTR
Diana Amend, OTS Relationship between Participation and Initiation of Therapy Services among Children with ASD. Faculty advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR
Caroline Anderson, OTS Eating Patterns and Associated Growth Patterns. Faculty advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D., OTR
Katie Bartling, OTS Caregiver Strategies during Mealtimes in Children with ASD. Faculty advisor,Karla Ausderau, Ph.D., OTR
Carlie Bohrman, OTS Effect of Guided Imagery on Increasing the Psychological Well-Being of Pregnant Teenagers. Faculty advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D, OTR
Lindsay Brooks, OTS Program Evaluation of Interactive Teaching Methods: Pregnant Adolescents and Prenatal Alcohol Exposure. Faculty advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D, OTR
Jenny Campbell, OTS Unmet Health Care Needs among Children with Mental Health Conditions and Function Limitations. Faculty advisor,Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR
Megan Cassidy, OTS Attitudes and Practices of Occupational Therapists Regarding the Use of Technology in Treatment for Upper Extremity Weakness Due to Stroke. Faculty advisor, Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Ph.D.
Julie Conrad, OTS Effectiveness of a Closed-Loop BCI-FES Device on the Fine Motor Recovery of Stroke Patients: A Pilot Study. Faculty advisor, Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Ph.D.
Jeanne Devine, OTS The Influence of Closed-Loop BCI-FES Device on Upper Extremity Function in Varying Levels of Stroke Severity: A Case Series. Faculty advisor, Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Ph.D.
Bethany Fleischman, OTS Caregiver Experiences of Dressing and Transferring Individuals with Cerebral Palsy Following Intrathecal Baclofen Intervention. Faculty advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR
Angela Gille, OTS Evaluation of a Closed-Loop BCI-FES System on Recovery of Upper Extremity Function Based on Functionality Post Stroke: A Case Series. Faculty advisor, Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Ph.D.
Traci Hayes, OTS The Effect of Resting Energy Expenditure on Participation of Children with Cerebral Palsy. Faculty advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR
Brittney Jones, OTS The Effects of Guided Imagery in Reducing Stress in Pregnant Adolescents. Faculty advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D, OTR
Malorie Juarez, OTS The Impact of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Feeding Challenges on Family Mealtimes.Faculty advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D, OTR
Emily Kline, OTS Effects of Intrathecal Baclofen on Caregiver Perception of Performance and Satisfaction with Dressing, Transferring, and Hygiene Goals.Faculty advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR
Emily Laird, OTS Mealtime Routines and Structure in Families with Children with ASD.Faculty advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D, OTR
Beth Laurent, OTS The Built Environment and Obesity in Children with Special Health Care Needs. Faculty advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR
Leanna Linzell, OTS Education about the Effects of Drugs, Alcohol and Stress for Pregnant Adolescents. Faculty advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D, OTR
Kira Luoma, OTS Closed-Loop BCI-FES Effectiveness for UE Hemiparesis Following Stroke: A Case Series.Faculty advisor, Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Ph.D.
Sammie Pepper, OTS Barriers to the Use of High-Technology Devices to Treat Upper Extremity Impairments Post Stroke. Faculty advisor, Dorothy Farrar Edwards, Ph.D.
Sara Roberts Transformed through the Clinical Encounter: Mothering a Child with a Gastrostomy Tube. Faculty advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D, OTR
Mollie Smith, OTS Mealtime Behaviors, Sensory Responsiveness, and Feeding Services for Children with ASD. Faculty advisor, Karla Ausderau, Ph.D, OTR
Scott Squires, OTS Therapy Services and Preparation for Transition to Adult Health Care among Youth with Functional Limitations.Faculty advisor, Ruth Benedict, DrPH, OTR
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