Joy D. Doll, OTD, OTR/L
Joy D. Doll, OTD, OTR/L

Joy D. Doll, OTD, OTR/L

Associate Professor
School of Pharmacy and Health Professions

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Occupational Therapy

Position

  • Associate Professor

Biography

Joy Doll graduated from the University of South Alabama with a Bachelor’s of Science in Occupational Therapy (BSOT) and from Creighton University with her OTD. After receiving her doctorate, Dr. Doll completed a VISTA with AmeriCorp coordinating a volunteer respite program for the Presbyterian Outreach. After her VISTA, Dr. Doll acted as the Coordinator for the Office of Interprofessional Scholarship, Service and Education (OISSE) designing and implementing community engagement activities for students across Creighton University’s School of Pharmacy and Health Professions. Dr. Doll joined the Department of Occupational Therapy at Creighton in 2007 and is past  Vice Chair and Director of the Post-Professional OTD Program. In 2016, Dr. Doll was named as the Executive Director for the Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (CIPER) to help lead interprofessional initiatives at Creighton and in partnership with CHI Health. Dr. Doll has passion for service and grant writing. She has written over 20 grants and is author of the text Grant Writing and Program Development in Occupational Therapy: Making the Connection by Jones and Bartlett. Her research interests include interprofessional education and vulnerable populations. Dr. Doll teaches courses in grant writing, neuro-occupation and interprofessionalism. In her spare time, Dr. Doll likes to play with her daughter, son and husband, read, go to concerts, write, walk, play Boggle, photograph, and relax.

Publications and Presentations

Books

  • Doll, Joy, Ryan-Haddad, Ann, Laughlin, Ann, Todd, Martha, Packard, Katie, Yee, Jennifer, Harris, Barbara: Begley, Begley, Kimberly Building inter-professional cultural competence, Health and human development, 37-46, 2014
  • Doll, J., Ohri, L., Cochran, T. M., Ryan-Haddad, A. Against the Current: Strategies for Addressing Public Health Concerns in a Native American Community through Partnership., Public Health Yearbook 2012, 2013
  • Ryan Haddad, A., Doll, J. D. Interprofessional Collaboration: A Framework for Engaging Faculty in Geriatric Scholarship, Leadership in Interprofessional Health Education and Practice, 2009
  • Doll, J. D., St. Cyr, W. 'Against the Current': Strategies for Success in HEalthcare-A Case Example of a Rural, Native American Community, Leadership in Interprofessional Health Education and Practice, 2009
  • Cross, P., Doll, J. D. Developing Health Professional Students into Rural Health Care Leaders of the Future Through Best Practices, Leadership in Interprofessional Health Education and Practice, 2009
  • Doll, J. D. Cross-Cultural Service Learning: An Introduction and Best Practices, Service-Learning in Occupational Therapy Education: Philosophy & Practice, 59-86, 2009

Articles

  • Grady, S., Brungardt, K., & Doll, J.D. (Accepted December 2017). The impact of classroom instruction on cultural awareness and sensitivity in occupational therapy students. Journal of Occupational Therapy Education., Journal of Occupational Therapy Education, 2017
  • Potthoff, M., Doll, J.D., Maio, A., & Ryan Haddad, A. (In Review, April 2017). Measuring the impact of an online IPE course on team perceptions. Journal of Interprofessional Care., Journal of Interprofessional Care, 2017
  • Iverson, L., Packard, K., Ryan Haddad, A., Begley, K., Doll, J.D., Hawkins, K., Laughlin, A., & Wickman, C. (Accepted, 2017). Development of an instrument to evaluate interprofessional student team interactions. Journal of Interprofessional Care., Journal of Interprofessional Care, 2017
  • Costanzo, C., Doll, J.D., & Jensen, G. (to be published October 2018). Shared decision making in practice. Clinical Reasoning in the Health Professions (4th Ed.). Elsevier: Amsterdam., Elsevier, 2017
  • Doll, J.D., Maio, A., & Potthoff, M. (Revised and resubmitted December 2017). Epic failure: Lessons learned from interprofessional faculty development. Perspectives on Medical Education. , Perspectives on Medical Education, 2017
  • Brandon, K., Guck, T., Doll, J.D., McGaha, A., Potthoff, M., DeFreece, T. & White, M. (Submitted October 2017). Formation of a primary care academic collaborative affiliation: Enabling and interfering factors. Invited article for special issue for Journal of Interprofessional Care., Journal of Interprofessional Care, 2017
  • Maio, A., Doll, J.D., Ryan Haddad, A., Jergensen, M., Paschal, K., Packard, K., Potthoff, M., Huggett, K. & Todd, M. (Submitted April 2016). Introducing collaborative care: Teaching basics of Interprofessional Education in an online environment. Advancing Medical Education through Strategic Instructional Design. IGI Global., 2016
  • Laughlin, A., Ryan Haddad, A., Doll, J.D., Packard, K., Begley, K., Todd, M., Harris, B., & Yee, J. (Accepted August 2015). Preparing students for team based care for vulnerable populations., Health and Interprofessional Practice, 2015
  • Packard, K., Ryan Haddad, A., Monaghan, M. & Doll, J.D. (submitted July 2015). Measuring the effectiveness of university-wide Interprofessional Education experiences: A mixed methods approach., Journal of Interprofessional Care, 2015
  • Lepper, L.T., Wilton, G., Doll, J.D., Senturias, Y., Mitchell, K. & Weinberg, J. Competency VI: Treatment across the lifespan of persons with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. FASD Competency-Based Curriculum Development Guide for Medical and Allied Health Education and Practice. Atlanta, Georgia., Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2015
  • Birch, S., Carpenter, H., Marsh, A., McClung, K. & Doll, J.D. (2015). The Perceptions of Rehabilitation Professionals Concerning Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). Occupational Therapy in Healthcare 19, 1-11., Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 19, 1-11, 2015
  • Doll, J.D., Ryan Haddad, A., Laughlin, A., Todd, M., Packard, K., Yee, J., Harris, B. & Begley, K. (2015). Building Interprofessional Cultural Competence: Reflections of Faculty Engaged in Training Students to Care for the Vulnerable., International Journal of Public Health, 7(1), 131-138, 2015
  • Doll, J.D., Mu, K., Jensen, L., Goulet, C., & Ekstrum, J. Transforming practice: International service-learning as preparation for entering health care. In M. Johnson, & P.M. Green (Eds.), Crossing Boundaries: Tension and Transformation in International Service-Learning. Sterling, Virginia. Note: Call for book chapters was on an email list serv I belong to so I recruited the authors and applied. Our chapter prospectus was accepted and was submitted., Stylus Publishing, 2014
  • Doll, J.D. & Brady, K. (2013). Project HOPE: Implementing sensory experiences for suicide prevention in a Native American community. doi:10.1080/0164212X.2013.788977 Note: Did writing and editing. Student co-author assisted with literature review and editing., Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, 29(2), 149-158, 2013
  • Doll, J.D., Packard, K., Furze, J., Huggett, K., Jensen, G., Jorgensen, D., Wilken, M., Chehal, H., & Maio, A. (2013). Reflections from an interprofessional education experience: Evidence for the core competencies for interprofessional collaborative practice. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 27(2), 194-196. doi: 10.3109/13561820.2012.729106 Note: Performed qualitative analysis with K Packard. Performed significant writing and editing of this article., Journal of Interprofessional Care, 27(2), 194-196, 2013
  • Doll, J.D. (2013). Program design and implementation. In M. Scaffa, M. & M. Reitz (Eds.), Occupational Therapy in Community-Based Settings (2nd ed.) (pp. 80-95). Philadelphia, PA Note: Invited book chapter, F. A. Davis Publishers, 80-95, 2013
  • Domina, A. & Doll, J.D. (2013). Professional formation: Exploration into the impact of an international service-learning experience on occupational therapy students. RIEJS, Journal of Education for Social Justice, 2(2) , 75-88, 2013
  • Doll, J. D., Ohri, L., Cochran, T. M., Goulet, C., Ryan Haddad, A., Stabler, W. Against the current: Stratgies for addressing public health concerns in a Native American Community through partnership., International Public Health Journal, 4(3), 243-250, 2012
  • Tilleman, J., Coover, K., Blythe, E., Doll, J.D., O'Brien, K. & Ryan Haddad, A. (2012). Service-learning incorporated into early practice experience. doi: 10.1016/j.cptl.2012.07.001 Note: Assisted with qualitative analysis for this article, Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 4(4), 292-297, 2012
  • Doll, J.D., Ohri, L., Cochran, T.M., Goulet, C., Ryan Haddad, A., & Stabler, W. (2012). Against the current: Strategies for addressing public health concerns in a Native American Community through partnership. In. R.M. Caron & J. Merrick (Eds.), Building community capacity: Minority and immigrant populations (pp. 249-261). New York: Nova Science. Note: This book chapter was invited to be included as a book chapter in this text after published as an article in the International Public Health Journal., Kendall Hunt Publishing Compnay, 249-261, 2012
  • Packard, K., Doll, J.D., Huggett, K., Furze, J., Jorgensen, D., Jensen, G.M., Maio, A., Chephal, H., & Wilken, M. (2012). Interprofessional Team Reasoning Framework: A tool for case study analysis with health professions students. Note: Performed significant writing and editing of article with K Packard, Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education, 2(3), 1-13, 2012
  • Mu, K., Coppard, B.M., Bracciano, A., Doll, J.D. & Matthews, A. (2010). Fostering cultural competency, clinical reasoning and leadership through international outreach. Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 24(1), 74-85. doi: 10.3109/07380570903329628 Note: I wrote a portion of this article on the Institute for Latin American Concern and performed qualitative analysis prior to writing the article., Occupational Therapy in Health Care, 24(1), 74-85, 2010
  • Goulet, C., Doll, J.D., Cochran, T.M., Jensen, G.M., & Royeen, C.B. (2011). Interprofessional scholarship, service and education - A sustainable model for scholarship of engagement. In L.M. Harter, J. Hamel-Lambert, & Millesen J. (Eds.), Participatory Partnerships: For Social Action and Research (pp. 315-330). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company. Note: Invited book chapter from colleagues. Performed significant writing and editing on the chapter., AOTA Press, 315-330, 2010

Presentations

  • Potthoff, M., Packard, K., Doll, J.D., Jensen, G.M., Maio, A., Costanzo, C. & White, M. Measuring the impact of an online IPE course on team perceptions. Creighton University Assessment Symposium. Omaha, NE. November 2017., 2017
  • Goodsell, Z., Poutre, E.A., Packard, K., Potthoff, M., & Doll, J.D. Using the learning management system to track interprofessional collaborative care activities. Creighton University Assessment Symposium. Omaha, NE. November 2017., 2017
  • Ryan Haddad A, Begley K, Todd M, Packard K, Laughlin A, Yee J, Doll J, Hawkins K, Iverson L, Manz J, Tracy M.  The Creighton Interprofessional Collaborative Evaluation (C-ICE):  An Instrument to Assess Student Interprofessional Team Interactions. Collaboration Across Boarders, VI. Banff, Alberta, Canada. (International Podium Presentation), October 3, 2017., 2017
  • Doll, J.D., Costanzo, C., Jensen, J., Maio, A., Potthoff, M., White, M.; Guck, T., Greene, M. (2017, October). Bridging the Divide: Designing and Implementing Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice in an Academic Health System. Collaborating Across Borders. Banff, CA., 2017
  • Potthoff, M. & Doll, J.D. (2017, September). The “seven dirty words” impacting interprofessional education and practice. Creighton University College of Nursing Continuing Education Event. Omaha, Nebraska., 2017
  • Brandon, K., Doll, J.D., White, M., & Potthoff, M. (August 2017). Innovating Interprofessional Collaboration in a Primary Care Setting. 2017 Nexus Summit. Minneapolis, MN., 2017
  • Arenson, C. & Doll, J.D. (August 2017). Conversation Café. 2017 Nexus Summit. Minneapolis, MN., 2017
  • Haddad, A., Doll, J.D., Ryan Haddad, A., Maio, A., McFarland, K., Miller, M., Packard, K., Paschal, K. & Kasl, M. Collaborating with Health Professions Students to Establish Best Practices in Interdisciplinary Ethics Education. 2017 Nexus Summit. Minneapolis, MN. August 2017., 2017
  • Doll, J.D. (May 2017). FASD and the Role of Occupational Therapy. Webinar for National Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Association. , 2017
  • Doll, JD (April 2017). Neuro-Occupation: How Neuroplasticity Impacts Rehabilitation. American Occupational Therapy Association. Philadelphia, PA., 2017
  • Enck, A., Kimball, A., Solverson, K., Valencia, L., Doll, J.D., Ryan Haddad, A., Maio, A., Potthoff, M., Packard, K., Costanzo, C. & Jensen, G. Introducing IPE: Providing IPE to the Masses. American Occupational Therapy Association Conference. Philadelphia, PA. March 2017., 2017
  • Castillo, JP, Gahl, T., Torrez, E., Vang, J., Womack, J. & Doll, J.D. Perceptions of Health Sciences Students on an Introductory Interprofessional Education (IPE) Course. American Occupational Therapy Association Conference. Philadelphia, PA. March 2017., 2017
  • Doll, JD & Potthoff, M. (October 2016). Lessons Learned from the Nexus Innovations Network. Invited presentation. New Models of Care Require New Models of Learning. Minneapolis, MN. , 2016
  • Maio, A., Ryan Haddad, A., Packard, K., Doll, J., Jensen, G., Costanzo, C. & Potthoff, M. (accepted for presentation August 2016). Creating IPE Curriculum Using Bolman and Deal’s Four Framework Approach. National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education Nexus 2016. Minneapolis, MN., 2016
  • Packard, K., Ryan Haddad, A., Monaghan, M. & Doll, J.D. (accepted for presentation July 2016). Application of Validated Instruments to Assess University-Wide Interprofessional Education Experiences. American Academy of College of Pharmacies. Anaheim, CA., 2016
  • Doll, J.D., Ryan Haddad, A., Maio, A., Packard, K., Potthoff, M., Costanzo, C. & Jensen, G. (2016, April). Introducing Interprofessionalism: The Who, What, When, Where, Why and How. Innovation through Interprofessional Collaboration: The Ties That Bind. 12th Annual Methodist Research Day. Omaha, NE., 2016
  • Doll, J.D., Ryan Haddad, A., Maio, A., Packard, K., Potthoff, M., Costanzo, C. & Jensen, G. (2016, April). Introducing Interprofessionalism: The Who, What, When, Where, Why and How. American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL., 2016
  • Flanagan, E., Wang, M., Avdic, M. & Doll, J.D. Interprofessional Education: Changes in Student Perspectives After an Interprofessional Course. American Occupational Therapy Association Conference. Chicago, IL. April 2016., 2016
  • Castillo, JP, Gahl, T., Torrez, E., Vang, J., Womack, J. & Doll, J.D. Perceptions of Health Sciences Students on an Introductory Interprofessional Education (IPE) Course. Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association Spring Conference. Omaha, Nebraska. March 2016., 2016
  • Bracciano, E., Einziger, S., Merkulov, V., Murphy, K., Shumake, P., Bracciano, A., & Doll, J.D. Well-Elderly Performance on the Interactive Metronome. Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association Spring Conference. Omaha, Nebraska. March 2016., 2016
  • Packard, K., Ryan Haddad, A., Monaghan, M. & Doll, J.D. (2016, March). Mixed Methods Evaluation of University-Wide Interprofessional Education (IPE) Student Assessment Data. Creighton University Office of Academic Excellence and Assessment. Omaha, NE., 2016
  • Paschal, K., Doll, J.D., Huggett, K., Maio, A., Ryan Haddad, A., Todd, M., Packard, K., Potthoff, M., Jergensen, M., Bothmer, J. & Burke, J. (2015, September). The IPE Passport: Innovations for Addressing Accreditation. 2015 Midwest Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research Center Conference. Grand Rapids, MI., 2015
  • Packard, K., Yee, J., Ryan Haddad, A., Todd, M., Laughlin, A., Harris, B., Begley, K. & Doll, J.D. A Comparison of Two Instruments to Assess Students in an Interprofessional Health Promotion Course for a Vulnerable Population. Collaborating Across Borders. Roanoke, VA. September 2015., 2015
  • Ryan, A., Laughlin, A., Begley, K., Packard, K., Todd, M., Yee, J., Harris, B. & Doll, JD. Student Reflections of an Interprofessional Health Promotion Course for a Vulnerable Population. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. Washington DC. July 2015., 2015
  • Doll, J.D., Huggett, K., Maio, A., Ryan Haddad, A., Todd, M., Packard, K., Potthoff, M., Jergensen, M., Paschal, K., Bothmer, J. & Burke, J. (2015, May). IPE 101 – The Vision for Creighton and Health Care. CHI Health Quality Symposium. Omaha, NE., 2015
  • Laughlin, A., Begley, K., Ryan Haddad, A., Packard, K., Todd, M., Yee, J., Harris, B. & Doll, JD. IPE 413: Developing Care for a Vulnerable Population: An Interprofessional Collaborative Approach for Health Promotion. CHI Health Quality Symposium. Omaha, NE. May 2015., 2015
  • Birch, S., Carpenter, H., Marsh, A., McClung, K. & Doll, J.D. The Perceptions of Rehabilitation Professionals Concerning Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference. Nashville, TN. April 2015., 2015
  • Ryan Haddad A, Coover K, Black L, Gale J, Flecky K, Doll J, Tripp A, Gauthier K. Fall Risk Assessments: Unique Opportunities for Interprofessional Health Science Students. All Together Better Health 7. Pittsburgh, PA. June 7, 2014., 2014
  • Carpenter, H., Doll, J.D., & Flecky, K. (2013, March). Community as classroom: The impact of course-related community engagement on students. St. Albert’s Day. Creighton University. Omaha, NE. Note: Research mentor to student in Summer Research Program sponsored by the Center for Health Services Research and Patient Safety (CHRP), 2013
  • Bracciano, A., Mu, K., Doll, J.D., Jensen, L., Peck, K. & Carrico, C. (2013, April). A cross cultural journey: Facilitating cultural competency, clinical reasoning and leadership through international outreach. American Occupational Therapy Association Conference. San Diego, CA. Note: Edited poster, co-presenter, 2013
  • Doll, J.D., Gilmore, R., & Scott, J. (2012, March). Exploring the perceived impact of pets as a hazard in older adult fall prevention. St. Albert’s Day. Creighton University. Omaha, NE. Note: Student research project, I acted as mentor in development and implementation of research project and poster, 2012
  • Doll, J.D., Gilmore, R., & Scott, J. (2011, September). Exploring the perceived impact of pets as a hazard in older adult fall prevention. Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference. Lincoln, NE. Note: Student research project, I acted as mentor in development and implementation of research project and poster, 2011
  • Coover, K., Ryan Haddad, A., Saito, E., Cochran, T., Doll, J.D., Wilken, M. & Martens Stricklett, K. (2011, June). Interprofessional collaboration to provide fall risk assessments for seniors. AACP Conference. Note: Helped with implementation of program, 2011
  • Doll, J.D., Flecky, K. & Ternes, J. (2011, April). The community as classroom: assessing the impact of service-learning in occupational therapy professional education. St. Albert’s Day. Omaha, NE. Note: Research mentor to student in Summer Research Program sponsored by the Center for Health Services Research and Patient Safety (CHRP), 2011
  • Doll, J.D., Flecky, K. & Ternes, J. (2011, April). The community as classroom: assessing the impact of service-learning in occupational therapy professional education. American Occupational Therapy Conference. Philadelphia, PA. Note: Research mentor to student in Summer Research Program sponsored by the Center for Health Services Research and Patient Safety (CHRP), 2011
  • Doll, J.D. & Brady, K. (2011, April). Project HOPE: Sensory integration for suicide prevention in a Native American Community. American Occupational Therapy Conference. Philadelphia, PA. Note: Research funded by grant from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act State and Tribal Youth Suicide Prevention Grant Program, 2011
  • Cochran, T.M., Doll, J.D., Ryan Haddad, A., Wilken, M., Champ-Blackwell, S., Begley, K., Knezevich, E., Rusch, L., & Martens Stricklett, K. (2011, January). Forming moral agents in health: Linking health care with social responsibility. All Things Ignatian Event, Creighton University. Omaha, NE. Note: Co-presenter, 2011
  • Doll, J.D., Flecky, K. & Goulet, C. (2010, October) The community as classroom - Using service-Learning to teach cultural brokering skills to health professions students. Seventh National Conference on Quality Health Care for Culturally Diverse Populations. Baltimore, MD. Note: Developed poster, presenter, 2010
  • Doll, J.D. & Brady, K. (2010, September). Project HOPE: Sensory integration for suicide prevention in a Native American Community. Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association Conference. Lincoln, NE. Note: Research funded by grant from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Act State and Tribal Youth Suicide Prevention Grant Program, 2010
  • Doll, J.D., Flecky, K. & Ternes, J. (2010, September). The community as classroom: Assessing the impact of service-learning in occupational therapy professional education. Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association Conference. Lincoln, NE. Note: Research mentor to student in Summer Research Program sponsored by the Center for Health Services Research and Patient Safety (CHRP), 2010
  • Sabata, D., Bondoc, S., Butler, M., Casey, K., Doll, J., Taguchi-Meyer, J. & Wolf, T. (2010, April). Movement towards the Centennial Vision: Steps of post-professional and entry-level OTDs. American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference. Orlando, Fl. Note: Edited poster, co-presenter, 2010
  • McGlynn, M., Flecky, K., & Doll, J.D. (2010, March). The effectiveness of service-learning for students, faculty, institutional members and community partners. Midwest Dean’s Conference. St. Louis, MO. Note: Research mentor to student in Summer Research Program sponsored by the Center for Health Services Research and Patient Safety (CHRP), 2010

Research and Scholarship

Research and Scholarship Interests

  • Interprofessional education

Grant Funding Received

  • Ryan Haddad, A., Todd, M., Begley, K., Packard, K., Yee, J., Laughlin, A. & Harris, B. (2015). Developing Care for a Vulnerable Population: An Interprofessional Collaborative Approach for Health Promotion. 2014-2015 American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Student Community Engaged Service Award. $5000.
  • Tenkku, L., Doll, J.D., & Deere, D. (2014-2018). Midwest Regional FASD Practice and Implementation Center (MRPIC). Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. $197,295 (subcontracted as a consultant on interprofessional education - $29,370).
  • Tenkku, L. (PI), & Doll, J.D. (Principal Investigator of subcontract). (2012-2015). Midwest Regional Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Training Center. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. $267,743 (subcontract $37,364).
  • Co-evaluator for assessment plan for Health Resources and Services Administration through a project funded at Georgia Southern University. 2014-2017.
  • Potthoff, M., Carrico, C. Doll, J., DeFreece, T, Jensen, G., Lappe, J, & McCafferty, K. (September 2016-October 2018). Cultivating Collaboration: Building a Successful Collaborative Care Model in an Academic Health Partnership. Accelerating Interprofessional Community-Based Education and Practice. Funded by the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education in partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the John A. Hartford Foundation, the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. $100,000.
  • CHI Health. Community Link: Developing a complementary model of care within a primary care setting to screen and address patients’ basic social needs. CHI Mission and Ministry Fund. Funded. $1,571,630 (award $1,174,055, remainder provided in kind) – Joy Doll subcontracted as a consultant on curriculum design and implementation - $3,600. 2016-2019.
  • Haddad A, Doll J, Ryan Haddad A, Maio A, Packard K, Potthoff M. Collaborating with health professions students to establish best practices in interdisciplinary ethics education. Creighton University President’s Faculty Research Fund. Funded. $10,000. Role: Co-Investigator. March 2016 – December 2017.

Awards and Honors

  • American Occupational Therapy Interprofessional Collaboration Award, AOTA, 2018
  • Honorable Mention, 2017 Nexus Award with CIPER and CHI University Campus Team, National Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research , 2017
  • Fellow, Occupational Therapy Academy, National Academies of Practice, National Academies of Practice , 2017
  • National Board of Medical Examiners Centennial Award Finalist, 2014
  • Creighton University Certificate of Recognition for Support of the Strategic Plan, 2014
  • 2012 Distinguished Edited Book Award, National Communications Association (NCA), 2012
  • School of Pharmacy and Health Professions Service Award, 2011
  • F1RST Home Safety Video - Honorable Mention, 2010
  • Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association (NOTA) Contributor of the Year, 2010