Vanessa D. Jewell, PhD, OTR/L

Vanessa D. Jewell, PhD, OTR/L

Vanessa D. Jewell, PhD, OTR/L

Associate Professor
Vice Chair, Occupational Therapy Department
School of Pharmacy and Health Professions, Omaha Campus

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Occupational Therapy

Position

  • Associate Professor

Secondary Appointment

  • Administration

Teaching Activity

  • OTD 302: Introduction to Occupation and Occupational Therapy
  • POTD 530: Grant Writing
  • POTD 651: Research Proposal
  • POTD 701: Research Implementation
  • POTD 702: Manuscript Writing

Biography

Publications and Presentations

Books

Articles

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Publications

Presentations

Research and Scholarship

Research and Scholarship Interests

  • Occupation-centered practice; Type 1 diabetes and family quality of life; postacute care

Current Research Projects

  • 1. A Randomized Control Pilot Study to Examine the Effectiveness of Telehealth Occupation-Based Coaching for Families with a Child with Type 1 Diabetes
    2. Use of the Dexcom G6 to Measure Time-In-Range as an Outcome Measure for Occupation-Based Coaching via Telehealth for Blood Glucose Control for Young Children with Type 1 Diabetes
    3.  Systematic Review of Occupational Therapy Interventions Delivered via Telehealth
    4. Impact of COVID-19 on Family Quality of Life and Healthcare Access for Families with a Child with Diabetes
    5. A descriptive analysis of occupation-based coaching interventions for caregivers with a young child with type 1 diabetes
    6. Exploration of caregiver perceptions of a 12-week telehealth occupational therapy intervention for families with a young child with type 1 diabetes
    7. Scoping Review of Occupational Therapy Assessments for Caregivers of Young Children with Diabetes

Grant Funding Received

  • Jewell, V. (2017-2018). Effectiveness of the Occupation-Centered Intervention Assessment to Improve Client-Centered Practice and Client Satisfaction in Inpatient Rehabilitation. HealthSouth Therapy Grant. $5965.00 [Funded].
  • Jewell, V. (2017). Use of the Occupation-Centered Intervention Assessment to Improve Professional Reasoning in Occupational Therapy Students. AAdvantage Global Scholars Travel Grant. $1400 [Funded].
  • Jewell, V., Lohman, H., & Stoffer, K. (2015-2016). Blending Client-Centered Care and Critical Pathways with Acute Orthopedic Clients. School of Pharmacy and Health Professions Student Fellowship (Katherine Stoffer). Funded. $3000.00 [Funded].

Awards and Honors

  • Virginia Chandler Dykes Scholarship Award, 2012