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Mental Health, Occupational Therapist, Dean

Location:
St. Augustine, Florida, United States
Salary:
$100,000
Posted:
February 21, 2019

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CURRICULUM VITAE

Kurt Kinkaide Hubbard, PhD, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA

**** ****** **

St. Augustine, FL 32092

917-***-****

ac8ke9@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) – Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine, 2015

Northcentral University, Prescott, AZ

Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) – Occupational Therapy, 2006

University of St. Augustine - School for Health Sciences, St. Augustine, FL

Master of Science (M.S.) – Occupational Therapy, 2000

Columbia University - College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY

Master of Arts (M.A.) – Psychology, 1997

Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) – Psychology, 1993

State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY

Associate of Arts (A.A.) – Liberal Arts, 1991

Suffolk County Community College, Brentwood, NY

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Full-Time Appointment

2017-Present Dean of Medical and Allied Health Programs, Remington College, Orlando, FL

- Provide campus-level leadership in the development, progress, and growth of Medical and Allied Health programs, including curriculum, initial and ongoing operation, compliance, and programmatic accreditation

- Provide overall academic leadership for the Medical and Allied Health related programs as well as policy guidance

- Responsible for specific program direction and budget approval to all Medical and Allied Health programs nationally

- Provide leadership for faculty and students regarding relevant professional development and compliance

- Assesses the effectiveness of the Medical and Allied Health related program operations

- Development and continual evaluation of student admission standards for the Medical and Allied Health related programs

- Assists in the recruitment, orientation, training, and evaluation of faculty and staff

-OTA Program Chair / Professor responsible for ongoing program management

Part-time Appointments

2017-Present Adjunct Professor - Senior Doctoral Dissertation Chair, Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ

- Teaching course work related to the development of PhD Psychology dissertations

- Leading the assessment of student performance

- Managing dissertation committee members and methodologist

- Supporting processes and procedures for providing quality dissertations (including IRB facilitation)

- Maintain records and updates for each student in the dissertation courses

- Attending, assessing, and participating in University Dissertation Defenses

- Attend and present on program instruction that incorporates innovative teaching methodologies and other industry trends reflecting social and behavioral science advancements

2017-Present Adjunct Professor, Flagler College, Psychology Department, St. Augustine, FL

& 2009-2013 - Development of upper level undergraduate curriculum and courses

- Teaching various undergraduate Psychology classes

- Development of a Psychology externship and research program related to health science careers

2013-Present Adjunct Professor, Nova Southeastern University, Tampa, FL

- Teaching course work in the entry-level Doctorate of OT program

- Developed course work and curriculum

- Creating innovative online, hybrid, and face-to-face student learning environment

Past Appointments

2012-2017 National Dean of Occupational and Physical Therapy Studies, Remington College, Orlando, FL

-Founding Director and Dean of the OTA program responsible for the department’s administrative, marketing, educational, research, and fiscal operation.

-Designed and facilitated the OTA program to full accreditation status nationally and programmatically.

-Responsible for the development, progress, and growth of OT and PT programs including curriculum preparation; initial and ongoing program operation, compliance, and accreditation

-Associate Professor responsible for student facilitation in a variety of

courses throughout the OTA curriculum

2012 Adjunct Professor, University of St. Augustine - School for Health Sciences, St. Augustine, FL

- Teaching graduate level OT, PT, and Physician’s Assistant courses in a 12 month interdisciplinary environment

- Developed courses, interactive online content and lab experiences in a blended academic environment

2011-2015 Adjunct Professor, Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL

- Teaching a variety of course work and developed curriculum in the post-professional Doctor of OT and PhD programs

- Organizing advocacy assignments related to the respective on and off site campus doctoral programs

2006-2012 Assistant Professor, University of St. Augustine - School for Health Sciences, St. Augustine, FL

- Teaching graduate level OT and PT students in a 12 month interdisciplinary environment

- Developed OT clinic on campus to provide outpatient and community outreach programs to assist local community residents in attaining services

- Developing student training and clinical experience facilitated by faculty practice

- Development of curriculum and courses relating to national, regional and programmatic accreditation standards

- Marketing of program to organizations and potential student candidates highlighting innovative teaching methodologies and other industry trends reflecting social and behavioral science advancements

- Chair of various academic committees regarding administration and operations of OT and PT programs

1995-1997 Instructor, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Social and Behavioral Department, Teaneck, NJ

- Taught various undergraduate classes

- Developed and implemented a mentor program for incoming students to participate in with a faculty advisor

- Coordinator of Research and Development: PhD Psychology program

CLINICAL/RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2013-Present Owner – Rehabilitation Expertise Incorporated. FL

-Work with legal professionals and insurance companies to provide expert witness and consulting services for both defense and plaintiff cases

-Reviewing the appropriateness of documentation and establishing unprofessional conduct, gross negligence, and incompetence in practice in the areas of Social-Behavioral Science and Health Science

-Provide knowledge, skill, education, and experience via testimonials, documentation, and depositions associated with specialized practice areas in a variety of legal settings

2013-2015 Course Developer – DELMAR Cengage Learning Publishing. NJ

-Developing health science and social behavioral science course work to be disseminated for an online environment

-Writing and overseeing content as a subject matter expert

-Writing test and lab assignment questions relating a variety of courses

-Reviewing health science and social behavioral science course material

2009-2012 Owner – Physical Intelligence, L.L.C. FL

- Delivering outpatient rehabilitation services, cognitive behavioral therapy, and pain management programming.

- Development of the OT Therapy Department

- Development of referral mechanisms relating to healthcare professionals

2004-2014 Owner - Hubbard Occupational Therapy, P.C. NY & FL

- Contract with various agencies and clinics to provide skilled services

- Consultation with various hospitals to develop community outreach programs and research protocols

- Developing and providing cognitive behavioral programing, wellness programing, and pain management programs

- Participation in securing resources regarding psychosocial programming for various agencies, including grant participation

2001-2006 Occupational Therapist/Therapy Program Manager – St. Mary’s Hospital. NYC

-Provide family-centered based evaluations/treatment of clients age 0-18 years of age addressing all functional and occupational needs

-Perform specific assessments in motor skills, feeding, oral-motor, cognitive/psychological, neurological, and social-emotional development

-Provide on-site evaluations and clinical supervision to OT practitioners working in the community

2001-2006 Occupational Therapist/Fieldwork Supervisor – Department of Education. NYC

- Assessment/treatment of children/adolescents with special needs

-Participate in group counseling, vocational training, self-care training, rehabilitation team meetings, discharge planning, and community care plans

-Lead rehabilitation meetings and community care plan meetings

-Supervise OT students in fieldwork affiliations from NYC area universities. The main objective is to introduce students to the practical application of treatment techniques to children/adolescents with special needs

1998-2004 Co-Director (Occupational Therapist, Counselor) – Rehabilitation Specialist. NY

- Evaluate/treatment of cognitive, behavioral, and physical dysfunction secondary to brain injuries. Population includes: neurological and orthopedic disorders, learning disabilities

-Develop rehabilitation programs designed to utilize therapeutic techniques and access professional services to enable clients to learn skills they need to return to a productive independent life

-Train/supervise staff regarding clinical and administration issues

-Conduct/present research on quality care and treatment for patients

2001 Director – Work Hardening Program, Beth Abraham Hospital. NYC

- Develop rehabilitation programs designed to train patients for employment outside the hospital setting

- Train/supervise staff in clinical interventions and administration issues related to hospital recidivism

- Assistance maintaining Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)

- Responsible for attaining and securing Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)

2000-2004 Occupational Therapist/ Fieldwork Supervisor – SunDance Rehabilitation

Corporation. NJ

- Evaluated/treated patients in need of rehabilitation (e.g.

Cardiovascular, orthopedic and neurological conditions) in Prospective Payment System

-Attended hospital meetings, patient care conferences, and grand rounds

-To assist students with entry-level competence regarding the practice of occupational therapy

-Fieldwork Educator affiliation with NYC Universities

1995-1997 Clinical Psychology Extern/Research Coordinator North Shore University

Hospital-Cornell University Medical Center. NY

-Conducted individual and group cognitive-behavioral therapy and research for anxiety disorders with children, adolescents, and adults

- Developed and implemented various clinical protocols

- Coordinator of patient outcome assessments

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

2019-Present Committee Member: Program Advisory Committee – Bay Bath University

2018-Present Co-Chair: Membership Committee – OT Leaders and Legacies

2018-Present Proposal Reviewer: American Occupational Therapy Association Conference - American Occupational Therapy Association

2018-Present Ad Hoc Committee Member: Mental Health Initiative in Response to School System Violence – Florida Occupational Therapy Association

2018-Present Committee Member: OTA Honor Society Development – American Occupational Therapy Association

2018-Present Manuscript Reviewer: The Journal of Instructional Research – Grand Canyon University

2016-Present Mentor: Effective Leadership and Instruction for Developing OTA Programs –

The National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT)

2016-Present Chair: Education Special Interest Section – Florida Occupational Therapy Association

2016-Present Proposal Reviewer: Florida Occupational Therapy Association Conference – Florida Occupational Therapy Association

2016-2018 Committee Member: Program Advisory Committee – Bryant & Stratton College

2016-2017 Executive Sponsor – Johns Hopkins University: Doctor of Education Program

2016-2017 Chair: Research Special Interest Section – Florida Occupational Therapy Association

2015-Present Editor and Coordinator of Publications – Florida Occupational Therapy Association, The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association

2015-Present Executive Board Member – Florida Occupational Therapy Association

2015-2018 National Brand Ambassador – Northcentral University

2015-Present Mentor: Academic Leadership Council – American Occupational Therapy Association.

2015-2017 Committee Member: OTA Research Initiative – American Occupational Therapy Association

2014-Present Global Clinical Practice Network for ICD-11: Mental and Behavioral Disorders Member – World Health Organization

2014-2016 Committee Member - Patient Advisory Council – Orlando Regional Medical

Center

2013-2014 Past President/Executive Board Member – Florida Occupational Therapy

Association

2012 Committee Member: Program Advisory Committee – Remington College OTA program

2011-2017 Committee Member: Program Advisory Committee – Nova Southeastern

University OTD program

2011-2013 President / Chief Executive Officer – Florida Occupational Therapy Association

2010-2011 President Elect – Florida Occupational Therapy Association

2009-2011 Chair: Mental Health Special Interest Section– Florida Occupational Therapy

Association

2009-2014 Board of Directors Member – Project Special Care

2008-2012 Committee Member for Sponsorship – American Cancer Society

2008-2012 Committee Member - Student Advisory Board – Northcentral University

2008-2011 Chair: Health Promotion and Wellness Special Interest Section – Florida

Occupational Therapy Association

2006-2011 Chair: Assistive Technology Special Interest Section – Florida Occupational Therapy Association

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

2013-Present Florida Occupational Therapy Education Consortium (FLOTEC)

2012-Present World Federation of Occupational Therapist (WFOT)

2006-Present American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)

2006-Present Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOTA)

2001-Present National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT)

1994-Present American Psychological Association (APA)

FUNDED GRANTS

2012-2014 CogniFit – St. Augustine, FL.

Brain training software to assess function skills relating to activities of daily living in early memory loss clients.

Role: Co-investigator (Total: $7,500)

2009-2011 Johnson & Johnson / Roslyn Carter Institute – St. Augustine, FL. Environmental skill-building program for caregivers of those with dementia.

Role: Co-investigator (Total: $100,000)

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (*accepted future presentations)

Hubbard, K., Parti, A., Kangas, K., & Rapalyea, M. (January, 2019). White Paper: Mental Health Initiatives in the School System. Capital Building 2nd Floor Rotunda. 2019 Legislative Session, Tallahassee, FL.

Hubbard, K. (January, 2019). Instructor’s perception of effective online teaching strategies in a Hybrid Program. The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Spring, 12-14.

Hubbard, K. and McKinney, K. (April, 2018). Mental health and the school based OT practitioner. The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Spring, 10-12.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2018). Employee recruitment and retention in Academics. The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Spring, 12-14.

Hunnicutt, C., Grullon, E., Morrison, M., Lomeli, I., and Hubbard, K. (August, 2017). Alleviating Pain in Client’s Using Cannabinods Through Phonophoresis to Facilitate Function While Alleviating Pain. The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Summer, 8-10.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2017). The program directors role in the transition of new academic instructors. The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Spring, 15-16.

Hubbard, K. & Blyler, D. (Nov/Dec, 2016). Improving Academic Performance and Working Memory in Health Science Graduate Student’s Using Progressive Muscle Relaxation Training. The American Journal of Occupational Therapy Association, Nov/Dec, Vol. 70.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2016). Implementing effective faculty evaluation in Occupational Therapy education. The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Spring, 11-12.

Hubbard, K. (November, 2015). How to facilitate lifelong learning in the occupational therapy profession. The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Fall, 15-16.

Parti, A. & Hubbard, K. (November, 2015). The breastfeeding mother: Does

difficulty with breastfeeding affect occupational performance and role satisfaction? The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Fall, 17-18.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2015). The impact of stress and anxiety and effects of progressive muscle relaxation on working memory and academic performance in health science graduate students (Doctoral Dissertation). Available in the Dissertation and Theses Database. (UMI No. 3687588).

Hubbard, K. (August, 2014). Enhancing OT leadership role in the community: Facilitating administrative decisions. The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Summer, 5-6.

Hubbard, K. (August, 2013). A practical guide to community advocacy. The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Summer, 11-12.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2013). Is OT “degree creeping?” The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Spring, 2-3.

Hubbard, K. (August, 2010). Bridging the gap between OT education and community needs in psychosocial interventions. The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Summer, 6-7.

Hubbard, K. (2010). OT meets governor: What to talk about? The Quarterly Journal of the Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOCUS), Spring, 3.

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS (*accepted future presentations)

*Parti, A., Hubbard, K., & Cheyne, B. A climate of crisis post-Parkland: How to optimize & advocate for the use of mental-health approaches in school-based OT—A Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOTA) Ad Hoc Initiative. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

*Hubbard, K. (April, 2019). Are we imprinting on our students? Ramifications to critical reflective skills in future OTA practitioners. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

*Hubbard, K. (April, 2019). Data analysis of the occupational adaptation theory for new faculty orientation: Facilitating academic socialization. The American Occupational Therapy Association Education Summit, New Orleans, LA.

*Eisfelder, R. & Hubbard, K. (April, 2019). Barriers to OT practice for occupational therapy assistants: A survey of AOTA members. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Hubbard, K. (October, 2018). Using the occupational adaptation theory for new faculty orientation: Incorporating basic teaching skills and academic socialization. The American Occupational Therapy Association Education Summit, Louisville, KY.

Hubbard, K. (October, 2018). Meeting AOTA’s Vision 2025 with Experiential Education Labs. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Steinhauer, M., Cheyne, B., Ramos, N., Misrahi, D., Romero, R., Skees-Hermes, S., & Hubbard, K. (October, 2018). Empowering Leadership: Our State Association’s Leadership Development Program. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Kangas, K., Rapalyea, M., & Hubbard, K. (October, 2018). A call to action: Transforming perceptions of school-based occupational therapy post Parkland. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Parti, A. & Hubbard, K. (October, 2018). A Climate of Crisis in Mental Health Post Parkland: How to Optimize and Advocate for the Use of Mental Health Approaches in School Based Occupational Therapy. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Hubbard, K. & Carey, H. (June, 2018). Same but different: Learning from Occupational Therapy in the United States of America. Royal College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2018). Using the NBCOT competency self-assessment report to facilitate AOTA’s Vision 2025 relating to leadership in OT/OTA students. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.

Hunnicutt, C., Hubbard, K., Grullon, E., Morrison, M, & Lomeli, I. (April, 2018). Transdermal delivery of cannabinoids through phonophoresis: A proposed therapeutic technique to alleviate pain and increase function. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2018). A simulated level I fieldwork model: Meeting AOTA’s Vision 2025 with experiential education labs. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2018). An Experimental Investigation of Fidget Spinners: A Useful Sensory Toy or Classroom Distractor. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.

Hunnicutt, C., Grullon, E., Morrison, M., Lomeli, I., and Hubbard, K. (November, 2017). Alleviating Pain in Client’s Using Cannabinods Through Phonophoresis to Facilitate Function While Alleviating Pain. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Hubbard, K., McKinney, K. (November, 2017). Using surveys to assess learning styles for incoming students to facilitate learning. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Hubbard, K. (August, 2017). Effective leadership approaches to motivate social and behavioral health care managers to optimize performance using adult learning theories. The American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Hubbard, K. (August, 2017). Facilitation of engagement in a Twelve-Step recovery model: Treating Substance Use. The American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Hubbard, K., & Parti, A. (April, 2017). Occupational performance in mothers having difficulty breastfeeding during the post-partum period: The role of Occupational Therapy. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2017). How to achieve AOTA’s Centennial Vision through lifelong learning. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA

Hubbard, K. (November, 2016). Relationship between learning styles and education. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Granada, C. M., Chernekoff, R., & Hubbard, K. (November, 2016). Caregiver education for

infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Shisler, S., & Hubbard, K. (November, 2016). Twelve step facilitation: Treatment of Substance Use Disorder. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2016). Using adult learning theories to facilitate student success in a hybrid program. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Hubbard, K., & Parti, A. (April, 2016). Achieving the Centennial Vision through a Part-Time Fieldwork Model. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2015). Socializing students: Mentorship in a hybrid/blended curriculum. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2015). Using groups to facilitate empowering clients attending a clubhouse model of recovery in OTA fieldwork experience. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN.

Hubbard, K., & Parti, A. (April, 2015). The role of spirituality of cognitive functioning and caregiver burden in individuals with early stage Alzheimer’s disease. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN.

Hubbard, K., & Parti, A. (November, 2014). Integrating spirituality in caregiver training for individuals with Dementia. Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Fort Meyers, FL.

Hubbard, K., & Friederichs, M. (August, 2014). Using Boyer’s model of scholarship in faculty evaluations in a blended / hybrid learning environment. The American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2014). Using music as a tool in occupational therapy for caregivers and care-receivers. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2014). Using themes from life stories to create achievable life skill goals in the homeless population. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD.

Watson, J., & Hubbard, K. (April, 2014). Meeting caregiver informational and training needs. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD.

Hubbard, K., & Rowe, B. (April, 2013). Radial tunnel syndrome vs. lateral epcondylitis: Using evidence to correctly diagnose and treat. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Hubbard, K., & Moore, V. (August, 2012). Occupationally relevant classroom for the geriatric population: Facilitation of continued development using Erikson and Maslow. The American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Hubbard, K. & Guerrette, S. (April, 2012). Evidenced based research and the patent

process made easy. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.

Hubbard, K. & Bourgoing, P. (April, 2012). Qi Gong as a complementary approach to

occupational therapy: A case study demonstrating innovative practice in the treatment of parkinson’s disease. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.

Hubbard, K., Huber, M., & Varughese, S. (October, 2011). Males in occupational therapy: Assessing the barriers. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, St. Augustine, FL.

Hubbard, K., Moore, V. (October, 2011). Occupational therapy program to facilitate continued development in day treatment programs. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, St. Augustine, FL.

Hubbard, K. & Collinson, A. (October, 2011). The role of occupational therapy to facilitate engagement in a community based homeless shelter. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, St. Augustine, FL.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2011). Using a functional outcome menu to facilitate client independence in traumatic brain injury: Optimizing OT in a transitional living care facility. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2011). The impact of stress and anxiety and effects of progressive muscle relaxation on academic performance in occupational therapy students. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Hubbard, K. & Kiernan, E. (April, 2011). Service learning: Preparing occupational therapy students for the “real word” challenges they face. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Hubbard, K. & Watson, J. (April, 2011). The use of a blended learning model in occupational therapy education. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Hubbard, K. (February, 2011). Special Interest Section – Mental Health: How to

“reinvent” mental health practice in occupational therapy. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Sarasota, FL.

Hubbard, K. (April, 2010). The use of the infinity multipurpose foot inspector to

assist in the adherence of foot monitoring protocols in individuals with diabetes. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Hubbard, K., & Story, A. (January, 2010). A new assistive technology device to facilitate

foot monitoring protocols in people with diabetes. The Assistive Technology Industry Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Hubbard, K., & Clark, M. (April, 2009). Case Report: The role of Occupational therapy

in multiple systems atrophy (Shy-Drager Syndrome). The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Houston, TX.

Gitlow, L., Flecky, K., & Hubbard, K. (April, 2009). The use of service learning to

educate occupational therapy students about assistive technology. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Houston, TX.

Hubbard, K. (February, 2009). Special Interest Section – Health Promotion & Wellness:

Incorporating health and wellness concepts in occupational therapy practice. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Hubbard, K. (January, 2009). Barriers for effective faculty implementation of non-traditional assistive technology education in today’s university system. The Assistive Technology Industry Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Hubbard, K. (January, 2009). Access technology curriculum highlights. The Assistive Technology Industry Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Hubbard, K. (March, 2008). Special Interest Section – Assistive Technology: Promotion of assistive technology in occupational therapy. The Florida Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Gainesville, FL.

Hubbard, K. (February, 2008). Service learning to promote assistive technology use in students. The Assistive Technology Industry Association Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Hubbard, K. & Miller, P. (April, 2007). Anxiety: It's relationship to fear of falling,

falls efficacy and number of falls. The American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO.

Hubbard, K. & Marvin, P. (April, 2007). Occupational performance in mothers with

pre-term infants in an



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