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Audrey Kane, Ph.D., MS, OTR/L

Clinical Assistant Professor/Level I FW Coordinator
Rangos School of Health Sceinces
Occupational Therapy

224 Rangos
Phone: 412.396.5944

Education:

Ph.D., Health Related Sciences, Virginia Commonwealth University M.S., Occupational Therapy, Medical College of Virginia B.S., Biology, Hendrix College
BIO

Education: Earned Bachelors degree in Biology from the Hendrix College, Conway, AR., Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University and a PhD in Health Related Sciences from Virginia Commonwealth University.

Clinical Background: Pediatrics - NICU, acute care, out-patient, school system, early intervention, acute psychiatric; Adult - acute care, rehab, home health, skilled nursing; SIPT Certified; Infant Massage Instructor; Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician.

Personal Profile: Occupational therapist for over 20 years. Interests include: Triathlon (off-road), Mountain biking, Endurance swimming, Gardening, Cooking organic and locally grown foods, living organically.

Teaching

Teaching Philosophy: Learning is a collaborative effort between the instructor and student. I strive to include clinical knowledge and professional experiences into material that is presented in the classroom.

Courses I've Taught:

At Duquesne University

OCCT 416: Fundamentals of Practice
OCCT 511: Clinical Reasoning and Fieldwork IA
OCCT 512: Clinical Reasoning and Fieldwork IC
OCCT 548: Medical Conditions in OT
OCCT 525: Psychosocial Intervention and Fieldwork IB

At Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA
OCCT 534: Occupational Therapy Evaluation and Intervention Overview
OCCT 532: Development Across the Lifespan - Birth to 18 years 

Research

Research:

Project for Cognitive Advancement in Infants with Neuromotor Disorders, Principal Investigator: Dr Regina Harbourne from Physical Therapy

Sensory modulation disorder and its impact on coping and occupational performance

Publications

Presentations

National

Kane, A.E. & DeIuIiis, E.D. (Re)Discovering the Utility of the Intentional Relationship Model in Professional Reasoning. Poster presentation at the American Occupational Therapy Association Conference Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, April 2016

Kane, A.E. & Stuart, A. Mental Health Apps. Tech session at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference Chicago, IL, April 2016

Donoso-Brown, E. & Kane, A.E. Cultural Integration Program: Promoting Success of Foreign Students in and out of the Classroom Short course at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Nashville, TN, April 2015

Kane, A.E., Lane, S.J., & May-Benson, T. Sensory Modulation Disorder, Coping and Occupational Performance. Presenter of a research at the American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD, April, 2014.

Davidson, S & Kane, A.E. School Re-Integration Program for Children with Burn Injuries. Moderated session at Southern Region Burn Conference, Winston-Salem, NC, December 2011.

Davidson, S & Kane, A.E. Pediatric Burn Day Camp. Poster presentation at Southern Region Burn Conference, Winston-Salem, NC, December 2011.

State

Davidson, S & Kane, A.E. School Re-Integration Program for Children with Burn Injuries. Presentation at Virginia Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference, Williamsburg, VA, October 2011.