Lenore Frost, Ph.D., OTR/L, CHT

Lenore Frost, Ph.D., OTR/L, CHT

Clinical Assoc. Prof/Academic Fieldwork Edu. Coor.

 

Degrees and Certifications

    • Ph.D.
    • MAOM
    • BS

    Specialty or Specialist Certification/Training

    • OTR/L, CHT

Teaching Responsibilities

    • Foundations: Clinical Anatomy and Kinesiology in the Context of Occupation
    • Foundations: Pathology---Implications for Occupational Performance
    • Human Occupation and Activity Analysis
    • Evidence-based Seminar: Adulthood
    • Special Topics

Research Interests & Grants

    Grants:
    • Research/Scholarship Release Program (RSCR) AY2010-2011
    Research Interests:
    • Safe Patient Handling and Movement Curriculum
    • Interprofessional Service-learning
    • Upper Quadrant Disorders

Publications and Presentations

     
    Frost, L. and Barkley, W. (In print). "Patient handling methods in occupational therapy curricula."
    American Journal of Occupational Therapy.

    Darragh, A., Campo, M., Frost, L., Abernathy, M., Pentico, M., & Margulis, M. (accepted for
    publication). "Safe Patient Handling Equipment in Therapy Practice: Implications for Rehabilitation." American Journal of Occupational Therapy.

    Frost, L., Harmeyer, F., and Bondoc, S. (2012). "The geriatric hand: Degenerative changes that
    affect hand function and occupational performance." OT Practice, 17, 8-12, 16.

    Frost, L. and Schepis, KM. (2011). "A Review of Three Flexor Tendon Repair Protocols."
    American Occupational Therapy Association Physical Disabilities Specialty Interest Section Newsletter

    Frost, L. (2010). "Integrating occupation into an outpatient occupational therapy practice: A
    community project." American Occupational Therapy Association Physical Disabilities Specialty Interest Section Newsletter

    Stricoff, R., Frost, L. and DeRubeis, F. (2009). "The Shoulder Simplified: A Holistic Approach
    Within an Evidence-Based Practice." American Occupational Therapy Association Physical Disabilities Specialty Interest Section Newsletter

    Frost, L., and Stricoff, R. (1997). "Repetitive strain injury: A new definition and treatment
    strategy based on the client-centered practice." Work 8, pg 45-53.


Contact Information

Office Location & Hours

  • Hours: Office hours as requested
  • Location:
    Occupational Therapy
    Cambridge 1-0-11
    College of Health Professions
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