About Lenore Frost
Lenore Frost, Ph.D., OTR/L, CHT is Clinical Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy and Academic Fieldwork Education Coordinator.
Primary Professional Service/Affiliation
- American Occupational Therapy Association
- Simulation Question Development Committee Member (SQDC), 2014-Present, National Board Certification Occupational Therapy
- Member of a project team to conceptualize the new generation of certification renewal tools, 2012-2013, National Board Certification Occupational Therapy, NBCOT, Alexandria, VA
- Conference Committee, 2012-2013, Connecticut Occupational Therapy Association
- Physical Disabilities Special Interest Section - Hand, 2008-2011, American Occupational Therapy Association
Board member, Treasurer, 2005-2010, Connecticut Occupational Therapy Association
Degrees and Certifications: Ph.D., MAOM, BS.
Specialty or Specialist Certification/Training
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;
|January 2002 - June 2018||Associate Clinical Professor Occupational Therapy, Sacred Heart University ‐ Occupational Therapy|
Safe Patient Handling and Movement Curriculum, Interprofessional Service-learning, and Upper Quadrant Disorders
Honors and Awards
- Grant--Research/Scholarship Release Program (RSCR) AY2010-2011
- Award of Merit, 2015, Connecticut Occupational Therapy Association
- Roster of Fellows, 2014, American Occupational Therapy Association(FAOTA)
|2009||Ph.D., Walden University ‐ Health Services and Administration|
|2003||MAOM, University of Phoenix ‐ Organizational Management|
|1980||B.S., Quinnipiac University ‐ Occupational Therapy|
Healthcare Education N124
College of Health Professions
Safe-Patient-Handling Equipment in Therapy Practice: Implications for Rehabilitation
American Journal of Occupational Therapy (2013)
OBJECTIVE. To determine how safe-patient-handling (SPH) equipment is used in rehabilitation and how it affects therapists, patients, and therapy practice. ...
A Review of Three Flexor Tendon Repair Protocols
American Occupational Therapy Association Physical Disabilities Specialty Interest Section Newsletter (2011)
Rehabilitation of flexor tendon lacerations after a repair has challenged surgeons and occupational therapists for decades from a healing and ...
Integrating Occupation into an Outpatient Occupational Therapy Practice: A Community ...
American Occupational Therapy Association Physical Disabilities Specialty Interest Section Newsletter (2010)
Occupational therapists who work in outpatient facilities frequently treat individuals diagnosed with cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs). Carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital ...
The Shoulder Simplified: A Holistic Approach Within an Evidence-Based Practice
American Occupational Therapy Association Physical Disabilities Specialty Interest Section Newsletter (2009)
Shoulder pain is a common complaint among clients with upper-extremity disorders. Pain may stem from an anatomical abnormality, an acute ...
Department of Physical Therapy Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Posters, Speeches, Lectures, etc. (2012)
This workshop welcomes interested individuals involved with educating students about safe patient handling and movement content, especially in academic programs ...