2022 Winter Poster Session

Winter Poster Session 2022 
Thursday, February 24 

The Office of Academic Affairs and the Faculty Development Committee cordially invite you to join us for the Winter Poster Session on Thursday, February 24, 2022 from 3:00 to 5:00 PM. To make participation safe, convenient, and accessible for all, this event will be held online via Zoom.

The Winter Poster Session showcases scholarly work from members of the SMU community. The poster presentations feature presenters from various departments and campuses across the SMU community.

Continuing Education Units
The Faculty Development Committee is pleased to offer CEUs to occupational therapy and nursing professionals. If you wish to receive CEUs for attendance at the 2022 Winter Poster Session, please complete the “sign in” and “sign out” surveys for your profession. Your certificates will be emailed to you within 4 weeks after the event.

  • The Nursing sign in and sign out links have expired. Contact your program chair for assistance with this.
  • The OT sign in and sign out links have expired. Contact your program chair for assistance with this.

Approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number 11258, for 2 contact hours. Attendance at this event is free of charge. 


The overarching learning outcome for the Winter Poster Session is:  to understand the breadth and depth of scholarship in an interprofessional health sciences university. Session-specific learning outcomes are provided below with the agenda.

Please complete the Feedback Survey at the end of the Poster Session.

Winter Poster Session 2022 Agenda

3:00 to 3:10

Opening Announcements by Robyn Wu, Co-Chair of the Faculty Development Committee
Welcome by Fred Baldini, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

3:10 to 3:25

Poster Slam by Presenters

3:30 to 4:10

Poster Session I

Concurrent sessions in Zoom breakout rooms

Poster SessionLearning OutcomesSupplemental Resources

The Anti-Asian Pacific Islander Bias Survey

Elizabeth Ching
Department of Occupational Therapy
 

  1. Name the two main types of stereotypes for Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) individuals
     
  2. Give examples of how to buffer against the effects of bias towards the AAPI community
See Resource

Self-Reflection in Podiatric Medical Education

Jannani Krishnan, Timothy Dutra, and Michael Negrete
California School of Podiatric Medicine
 

  1. Describe how reflection on clinical experiences is important in medical education 
     
  2. Apply the tool of reflection to improve personal and professional development

See Resources 

Assessment of the Effectiveness of an Online Neuroscience Educational Outreach Program for High School Students

Barb Puder* and Merna Danial**
*Department of Basic Sciences; **Touro University

  1. Identify some best practices for designing an online community educational outreach program for high school students.
 

Combating the Effects of the COVID Pandemic by Increasing Access to Health Promotion Programs for Low-income and Diverse Seniors with the Aid of Technology

Jerome Santos, Hilary Tool, and Loretta Camarano
College of Nursing
 

  1. Describe the impact of utilizing technology to promote health during the pandemic
     
 

Assessing a Unitary Caring Science Framework and Affective Domain Learning on Perceived Stress and Caring Efficacy in RN to BSN Scholars 

Mark Beck and Richard MacIntyre
College of Nursing
 

  1. Identify three strategies to improve stress management and self-care during the educational preparation of health professionals
     
  2. Articulate how developing agency during the educational preparation of health professionals supports achievement of the triple and quadruple aim
See Resource

4:15 to 4:55

Poster Session II

Concurrent sessions in Zoom breakout rooms

Poster SessionLearning OutcomesSupplemental Resources

Communicating Acquired Level One Skills to Practice Partners Via Utilization of the SMU Clinical Passport

Graciela Lopez Cox
College of Nursing
 

  1. Demonstrate how to utilize the clinical passport to optimize communication of acquired and practiced skills to practice partners.
     
  2. Describe how the clinical passport can be used to inform clinical instructors and students about relevant level one competencies.
See Resource

Biomechanical Impact Leading to Common Injuries in Racewalking: A Literature Review

Jannani Krishnan and Timothy Dutra
California School of Podiatric Medicine
 

  1. Identify the injury risks associated with racewalking
     
  2. Integrate the pathomechanics of injury to recommend shoe and/or orthotic modification to reduce racewalking injuries
See Resource

Preparing Occupational Therapy Students for Intraprofessional Collaboration

Robyn Wu, Diane Tom, and Domenique Embrey
Department of Occupational Therapy
 

  1. Describe a process for creating an inter-institutional, intra-professional learning session for students
     
  2. Identify learning activities that integrate professional roles and team building skills
See Resource

The Use of Mindfulness and Arts-Based Interventions to Cultivate Therapeutic Presence and Facilitate Community Engagement During the COVID 19 Pandemic

Uzo Nwankpa, Shelley Noyes, and Jana Templanza
College of Nursing
 

 

  1. Identify the value of mindfulness activities as tools for supporting nursing students in their clinical settings 
     
  2. Describe the process of facilitating community engagement and cultivating therapeutic presence using arts-based interventions
     

See Resources

Occupational Therapy Graduate Students', Recent Graduates’, and Educators’ Perceptions of the Utility Value of Anatomy Knowledge

Karissa Legleiter
Department of Basic Sciences
 

  1. Explain the concepts of expectancy-value theory.
     
  2. Identify the literature gap pertaining to anatomy education in OT programs
 

4:55 to 5:00

Closing Announcements

Please complete the Feedback Survey at the end of the Poster Session.