This collection represents a sample of scholarship from various academic departments across Dominican University of California.
Submissions from 2020
Reluctant to See the Sun Go Down, Marianne Rogoff
Spatiotemporal dynamics of vector-borne disease risk across human land-use gradients: examining the role of agriculture, indigenous territories, and protected areas in Costa Rica, Brett R. Bayles, Andria Rusk, Rebecca Christofferson, et al.
Submissions from 2019
BFFs, Marianne Rogoff
College Ready at a Cost: Underrepresented Students Overwhelmed, Scared, Increasingly Stressed, and Coping, Melissa A. Martinez, Katherine Lewis, and Jocabed Marquez
Elevating Student Understanding: Irish Occupational Therapy Students’ Experience of a Service Learning Project, Karen McCarthy and Marian McCarthy
First-Time Experience in Owning a Dog Guide by Older Adults with Vision Loss, Kitsum Li, Jeffrey Kou, Yvonne Lam, et al.
How to Pioneer Occupational Therapy in College Campuses, Rashelle Nagata, Grace Ho, Karen McCarthy, et al.
Learning to Teach All Students: Integration and Inclusion in Undergraduate Teacher Education Programs, Rosemarie Michaels and Katherine Lewis
Sanism and Mad Pride: Critical Perspectives on Mental Health, Karen McCarthy and Bianca Doherty
Tangible Things, Marianne Rogoff
What can be Achieved with an Interprofessional Class?, Kitsum Li and Olivia Catolico
Scholarship from 2018
A Comical Look at Occupational Therapy, Karen McCarthy and Kira Kuwada
A Course on Natural Disasters as Part of an Academic Curriculum, Matthew S. Davis
Advancing Global Health Outcomes Through International Collaboration & Education, Olivia Catolico, Leandra Wallace, Jane Anyango, et al.
Attention, Marianne Rogoff
Critically Appraised Paper for “Adaptive vs. non-adaptive cognitive training by means of a personalized App: A randomized trial in people with multiple sclerosis.”, Erin Chaffee, Ty Duong, Kaylee Gothelf, et al.
Critically Appraised Paper for “Adaptive vs. non-adaptive cognitive training by means of a personalized App: A randomized trial in people with multiple sclerosis.”, Kevin Ng, Jeffrey Kou, Patricia Lyons, et al.
Critically Appraised Paper for “Effects of dance on motor functions, cognitive functions, and mental symptoms of Parkinson’s disease: A quasi-randomized pilot trial”, May Anne Gamueda, Caroline Lee, Susan Nguyen, et al.
Dating as an Occupation: Swipe Right for Occupational Therapy, Karen McCarthy
Effectiveness of a Modified Lifestyle-Integrated Functional Exercise Program in Residential Retirement Communities—A Pilot Study, Kitsum Li, Kayla Comer, Tiffany Huang, et al.
On Campus Social Support and Hope as Unique Predictors of Perceived Ability to Persist in College, Deanna D'Amico and Veronica Fruiht
Resilience interventions in higher education: surveying the research landscape, Caroline Umeda, Anne Browning, and Helen Mach
Service-Learning Faculty Handbook [Version 3], Julia Van der Ryn and Emily Wu
Service-Learning Program Community Partner Handbook, Julia Van der Ryn and Emily Wu
The Long View, Mary B. Marcy
Woolenium, LeeAnn Bartolini
Scholarship from 2017
An Innovative Behavioral Interview for Pre-admission Selection of Occupational Therapy Students, Kitsum Li, Julia L. Wilbarger, and Shad St. Louis
Anti-malarial Landscape in Myanmar: Results From a Nationally Representative Survey Among Community Health Workers and the Private Sector Outlets in 2015/2016., Kathryn A. O'Connell, Vamsi Vasireddy, Megan Littrell, et al.
A Variant PfCRT Isoform Can Contribute to Plasmodium falciparum Resistance to the First-Line Partner Drug Piperaquine, Satish K. Dhingra, Devasha Redhi, Jill M. Combrinck, et al.
Building a Bridge Between Theravada Buddhism and Islam, Philip Novak
Critcally Appraised Paper for: “Is modified constraint-induced movement therapy more effective than bimanual training in improving arm motor function in the subacute phase post stroke? A randomized controlled trial.”, Jason Ichimaru, Jennifer Sik, Kelly Schmidt, et al.
Critically Appraised Paper for “Bobath concept versus constraint-induced movement therapy to improve arm functional recovery in stroke patients: A randomized controlled trial.” Clinical Rehabilitation, Emily Garnica, Savannah Hancock, Tiffany Huang, et al.
Critically Appraised Paper for “Effect of physical exercise-movement strategies programme on mobility, falls, and quality of life in Parkinson's disease”, April Perez, Morganne Peterson, Raechel Jacala, et al.
Critically Appraised Paper for “Efficacy of occupational therapy for patients with Parkinson's disease: A randomized controlled trial”, Amber Zadravecz, Hannah Tashjian, Emily White, et al.
Critically Appraised Paper for “The Effect of Modified Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy on Spasticity and Motor Function of the Affected Arm in Patients with Chronic Stroke.”, Jacqueline Bloom, Emily Lu, Matt Tong, et al.
Critically Appraised Paper for “The effects of a home-based virtual reality rehabilitation program on balance among individuals with Parkinson’s disease”, Amanda Lee, Sophie E. Miller, Holly Snyder, et al.
Developing and Modeling 21st-Century Skills with Preservice Teachers, Jacquelyn Urbani, Shadi Roshandel, Rosemarie Michaels, et al.
Do anti-malarials in Africa meet quality standards? The market penetration of non quality-assured artemisinin combination therapy in eight African countries., Kathryn A. O'Connell, Vamsi Vasireddy, Megan Littrell, et al.
Evidence on Anti-malarial and Diagnostic Markets in Cambodia to Guide Malaria Elimination Strategies and Policies, Kathryn A. O'Connell, Vamsi Vasireddy, Megan Littrell, et al.