Angela M. Bahle-Lampe, OTD, OTR/L
Angela M. Bahle-Lampe, OTD, OTR/L

Angela M. Bahle-Lampe, OTD, OTR/L

Assistant Professor
Director, Occupational Therapy
School of Pharmacy and Health Professions

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Occupational Therapy

Position

  • Assistant Professor

Secondary Appointment

  • Graduate School

Teaching Activity

  • Doctoral Experiential Component
  • Healthcare Advocacy and Leadership
  • Historical Perspectives
  • Occupations and Occupational Therapy
  • Professional Trajectory

Biography

Angela Lampe, OTD, OTR/L is Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy at Creighton University.  She shares her expertise in leadership, health care compliance, management & administration, strategic planning, and quality with students in the occupational therapy entry-level and post-professional programs and graduate school (MSR/MSOT programs).   Angela is Director of Occupational Therapy Distance Education for the School of Pharmacy and Health Professions and is currently completing an Academic Administrative Fellowship. 
 

Education

  • B.S.O.T. Creighton Univeristy
  • OTD Creighton Univeristy

Publications and Presentations

Articles

  • Lampe, A. (June, 2016). Staying on schedule: Suggestions for reducing missed appointments in outpatient therapy. OT Practice., 2016
  • Russel, M, Bahle-Lampe, A. (2016). The Care for the Dying: A critical historical analysis of occupational therapy in hospice. Open Journal of Occupational Therapy, 4(2). http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/ojot/vol4/iss2/12/

Presentations

  • Lampe, A., & Rosoldi, Z. (July 24 & 25, 2016). Distance education goes interprofessional: Collaborating for success. Poster Presentation at the 2016 American Association of Clinical Pharmacy Annual Conference. Anaheim, CA., 2016
  • Lampe, A., & Rosoldi, Z. (May 2016). Distance education goes interprofessional: Collaborating for success. Poster Presentation at the 2016 United States Distance Learning Conference, St. Louis, MO., 2016
  • Lampe, A., & Rosoldi, Z. (April 2016). Distance education goes interprofessional: Collaborating for success. Poster Presentation at the 2016 American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL., 2016
  • Lampe, A., Greiner, B., de la Garza, M., Powers, K. (April 2016). Thinking of academia? Deciding, surviving, and thriving the first three years. Poster Presentation at the 2016 American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL, 2016
  • Lampe, A. (April 2016). Understanding, Measuring, and Reducing Patient Cancellations and No Shows in Occupational Therapy, Short Course Presentation at the 2016 American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL., 2016
  • Reducing Healthcare Cancellations and No Shows, Lecture Visiting Scholars from China, Creighton University, Omaha, NE, 2015
  • Reducing Healthcare Cancellations and No Shows, Poster Presentation, Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association Conference, Omaha, NE, 2015
  • Ethical Consideration in Therapy, Ethics Podcast, Creighton University, Omaha, NE, 2015
  • How We Lead in the Face of Poverty, ACH Leadership Formation (multiple presentations), 2014
  • Safety First Training, Catholic Health Initiatives, Immanuel Medical Center (multiple presentations), 2013
  • Clinical Outcomes in Outpatient Therapy at Alegent Creighton Health, Creighton University Level 1 and 3 Physical Therapy Students, 2013
  • Servant vs. Authentic Leadership, Creighton University 3rd Year OT Class, 2013
  • Eat That Cookie! Culture Day Training, Immanuel Rehabilitation Center (multiple presentations), 2012
  • Bed Expansion and Stakeholder Engagement, Immanuel Charitable Council (multiple presentations), 2011
  • Rehab Bed Expansion, ACH Board Presentation, 2011
  • Cultural Expectations in our New Unit, Immanuel Rehabilitation Center (multiple presentations), 2010

Research and Scholarship

Research and Scholarship Interests

  • Healthcare quality, healthcare administration, leadership, online/distance education

Current Research Projects

  • Several current research projects surround capturing narrative histories in leadership, return on investment of the post-professional degree in occupational therapy, missed appoitments in healthcare, parenting with a disability, payment for services in occupational therapy, and professional trajectories of post-professional occupational therapy students.