O. Jayne Bowman, PhD, LOT

Associate Professor, Houston Center

O. Jayne Bowman

Contact

obowman@twu.edu

Education

PhD, 1994, Health Education, Texas A&M University

Certificate, 1994 Allied Health Educ. & Administration, Baylor College of Medicine

MS, 1985, Occupational Therapy, Washington University School of Medicine, Recipient of “Excellence in Scholarship” Award

BS, 1974, Occupational Therapy, University of Wisconsin Madison

Nondegree, 1982-l983, Research Methodology, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO.

Dissertation

Screening for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome at Worksites, 1994, Paul M. Kingery & B. E. Pruitt (Co-chairs)

Professional Certification & Licensure

Certified as OTR in February, 1975 by The American Occupational Therapy Association Licensed Occupational Therapist (OT) by State of Texas originally in 1985. License renewed, # 102179, through July 31, 2015.

Employment

Fall, 1992 to Present, Associate Professor, School of Occupational Therapy, Texas Woman’s University Reappointed to Full Graduate Faculty in fall, 2013 through August 31, 2020. Fall, 1985-Fall, 1992 Assistant Professor, School of Occupational Therapy, Texas Woman’s University Awarded tenure in June 1991.

Teaching

Organized Graduate Courses Taught at TWU

  • 2013
    • OT 5001.60, 61, & 62 Appraising the Evidence
    • OT 5002.60  Applied Research Revised Course
    • OT 5992.61  Professional Reasoning Capstone Course (new course)
    • OT 5132.60, 61, & 62 Persons, Tools, and Occupations
    • OT 5832.60 Issues (elective entitled Introduction to Sensory Integration According to Ayres)
  • 2012
    • OT 5832-60  Applied Research (new course)
    • OT 5801-60 Appraising the Evidence (new course)
    • OT 5322-60
    • OT5322-61
    • OT5324-60
    • OT5132-62 PT&O (newly revised course)
    • OT5551-60
    • OT5551-61
    • OT5551-62
    • OT5524-60
  • 2011 (On 50% medical leave in fall, 2011)
    • OT 5322-60
    • OT 5322-61
    • OT 5324-60
    • OT 5542-60  
    • OT 5551-60
    • OT 5551-61
    • OT 5551-62
    • OT 5524-60
  • 2010
    • OT 5322-60
    • OT 5322-61
    • OT 5542-60
    • OT 5524-60
    • OT 5542-60
    • OT 5832-63
    • OT 5524-60
    • OT 5551-60
    • OT 5551-61
    • OT 5551-62
    • OT 5163-60
    • OT 5132-62
  • 2009
    • OT 5132-60, 65 & 66 Persons, Tools, and Occupations
    • OT 5524-60 Occupational Adaptation Adolescence to Mid Adulthood
    • OT 5551-63 & 67 Advanced Occupational Therapy Process
    • OT 5542-60  Quantitative Research Methods in OT
    • OT 5903-55  Advanced Neuromuscular Conditions OT
    • 5903-56 Neuromuscular Conditions for MOTs
    • OT 5324-60 Occupational Adaptation: Infancy and Children
    • OT 5542-60 Quantitative Research Methods in OT
  • 2008
    • OT 5542-66 Quantitative Research Methods in OT
    • OT 5966-63 Professional Paper
    • Special Assignment for Dr. Schultz Related to her research in TBI (9work units)
    • OT 5542-60                 Quantitative Research Methods in OT
    • OT 5903-55                 Special Topics in Pediatrics (MOT course)
    • OT 5903-56                 Special Topics in Pediatrics (On-line Certificate in Pediatrics Course)
    • OT 5973-                     Professional Paper
    • OT 5983-                     Thesis
    • OT 5132-65                 Persons, Tools, and Occupations (Taught for the first time)
    • OT 5132-55                 Persons, Tools, and Occupations (Taught for the first time)
    • OT 5202-65                 Professional paper in OT
    • OT 5302-66                 Professional Paper in OT
    • OT 5524-65                 OA Adolescence to Mid Adulthood        (Taught for the first time)
    • OT 5524-67                 Advanced OT Process  (Taught for the first time)
    • OT 5983-63                 Thesis
  • 2007
    • OT 5361-61 & 62         Occupational Adaptation Contexts Children
    • OT 5542-60                 Quantitative Research Methods in OT
    • OT 5761-61                 Occupational Adaptation Contexts Adults
    • OT 5911-63                 Individual Study
    • OT 5916-05                 Adaptation Physical Disabilities Adults Yrs I
    • OT 5926-05                 Adaptation Physical Disabilities Adults Yrs II
    • OT 5946-01                 Adapt Psy Life Span II
    • OT 5956-04                 Adaptation Early Years I
    • OT 5966-04                 Adaptation Early Years II
    • OT 5973-63                 Professional Paper
    • OT 5542-60                 Quantitative Research Methods in OT
    • OT 5903-55                 Special Topics
    • OT 5903-56                 Special Topics
    • OT 5916-07                 Adaptation Physical Disabilities Adults Yrs I
    • OT 5936-04                 Adaptation Psychosocial Across Life Span i
    • OT 5956-02                 Adaptation Early Years I
    • OT 5973-64                 Professional Paper
    • OT 5976-02                 Alternate Clinical Experience
    • OT 5983-68                 Thesis
    • OT 5926-07                 Adaptation Physical Disabilities Adults Yrs. II
    • OT 5946-04                 Adaptation Psychosocial Life Span II
    • OT 5966-02                 Adaptation Early Yrs. II
    • OT 5986-02                 Alternate Clinical Experience II
    • OT 5913-63                 Occupational Therapy in a Developing Country
    • OT 5202-63                 Professional Paper in OT
    • OT 5963                      Thesis
    • Special assignment on Traumatic Brain Injury
  •  2006
    • OT 5542-60 Quantitative Research Methods
    • OT 5911-63  Individual Study
    • OT 5926-05 Adaptation Phys Ad Years II
    • OT 5956-04  Adaptation Early Years I
    • OT 5966-04  Adaptation Early Years II
    • OT 5542-60 Quantitative Research Methods
    • OT 5903-55  Special Topics
    • OT 5903-56  Special Topics
    • OT 5973-63  Professional Paper
    • OT 5816 & 5926 Level II Fieldwork Assignment
    • OT 5141-62  Scholarly Inquiry Seminar
    • OT 5161-61  Adaptation in the Community
    • OT 5561-63 Occupational Adaptation Contexts of Adolescence
    • OT 5723-50  Motor Behavior in Pediatrics
    • OT 5936, 5956, 5966, 5973, 5978, 5986    Level II Fieldwork Assignment

Master’s Theses

Kroll, Julianne, Comparison of Copying Skills of 9 Year Olds and 13 Year Olds on the DC Test, Dec., 2012. Role = chair)

Broussard, Morgan, Reliability of the Print Tool© in Kindergarten Children, Dec., 2010

Master’s Professional Papers

Zemanek, Georges, Test-Retest Reliability of the Print Tool© in Second Grade Children (Chaired paper through data collection and analyzed data).

Bodron, Hilary, Inter-rater Reliability of the Print Tool© in Kindergarten Children, Spring 2011.

Ciatto, Amy, Aspiration in Infants Under One Year of Age, Spring 2011, Spring 2011.

Weinheimer, Jennifer, Fatigue and Quality of Life in the Well Elderly, Spring 2011.

Mundon, Rachel, Inter-rater Reliability of the Design Copying Test in Black Adults, Spring 2009.

McCoy, Scott B. The Effect of Three Rest Intervals on Hand Strength, Spring 2008.

Wiggins, Stephanie, Reliability of the Design Copying Test in Black Adults, Fall, 2008

Maedgen, Jordan, The Effect of Gender on The Design Copying Test, April 2007

Martin, Amy, The Effect of Age on the Design Copying Test, April 2007

Weaver, Kori, The Effect of Position on Hand Strength, March 2007.

Other Scholarly Teaching, Mentoring and Curricular Achievements

Some of the courses developed and offered as electives

OT 5832: Sensory Integration Theory and Practice. 2012 & Fall, 2013

OT 5903-55 & 56 Special Topics in Pediatric. Developed the course with Mitzi Wiggin, which was offered in Summer 2009.

OT 5913-63 Occupational Therapy in a Developing Country, Fall, 2007

Several issues and practice tools courses offered with physical therapy faculty and Texas Children’s Hospital staff for both certificate students, MA students, and MOT students in summers of 2006 & 2007.

Scholarship/Creative Achievements

Refereed Publications or Other Creative Achievements

Abstract of Refereed Presentation

Bowman, O. J. (2007). Using Hand Strength Measurements to Evaluate Endurance. Full text of poster printed in the program of the 30th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hand Therapists, held October 4-7 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Non-Refereed Publications or Other Creative Achievements

Articles

Bowman, OJ (2013). Facilitating Occupational Justice in Kenya. ADVANCE for Occupational Therapy Practitioners. Submitted in 2013. Expect publication in late Spring or early Summer of 2014.

Bowman, OJ & Kroll, J. (2013). Comparison of copying skills of pre and early adolescents.(submitted for publication).

Bowman, OJ. (2012). Teaching and learning valuable lessons in Iraq: Children and adolescents recover from war by engaging in play. ADVANCE for Occupational Therapy Practitioners, 28(6) 9-11.

Bowman, O Jayne (March, 2012) Texas Woman’s University Honors Three OT Faculty Members,” TOTA Spring 2012 REVISTA.

Bowman, O Jayne (March 2012) “Dr. Francie Baxter Named to AOTA’s Roster of Fellows,” TOTA Spring 2012 REVISTA.

Bowman, O Jayne (2007). “Occupational Therapy Faculty and Students Provide OT Services in Guatemala.” Published in Revista OT, the official publication of the Texas Occupational Therapy Association, Fall 2007 issue, p 12 & 17.

Newsletter Submissions

“Dr. Francie Baxter Named to AOTA’s /roster of Fellows,” submitted to TWU News and Information for publication in Texas Medical Center News.

“Texas Woman’s University Honors Three OT Faculty Members,” submitted to TWU News and Information for publication in Texas Medical Center News.

Professor Teaches Iraqi Children How to Play (2010, May 1), Texas Medical Center News (tmc.edu/news) Houston, Texas (I wrote article, provided pictures, and submitted to Amanda Simpson who revised article and submitted it to TMC at my request).

Guatemalan Children Treated by TWU Students, Faculty (2008, March 8), Texas Medical Center News (tmc.edu/news). I wrote the article, provided the pictures, and submitted it to Amanda Simpson who revised the article and submitted it to TMC at my request).

Presentations at Professional Meetings

International

“Factors Predisposing Infants 0-6 Months to Aspiration.” To be presented at the World Federation of Occupational Therapy in June, 2014, in Japan. With Mitzi Wiggin, Rose Toruno, Geraldo Cabrera 7 O J Bowman Abbreviated 7-Year CV 3/26/2014 Mesa. This will be an oral, scientific presentation.

“Using Occupations to Help Children Recover from War.” To be presented at the World Federation of Occupational Therapy in June, 2014 in Japan. This will be a two-hour presentation.

“Comparison of Copying Skills of Pre and Early Adolescents.” To be presented at the World Federation of Occupational Therapy in June, 2014 in Japan. This will be a poster presentation.

“Using Hand Strength Measurements to Evaluate Fatigue:” A Cross Cultural Assessment Protocol (Reference 1287) Presented at the Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapy in May 2010.

“Comparison of Adults with Parkinson‟s Disease to Normal Adults on the DC Test.” Presented at the Congress of the World Federation of Occupational Therapy in June, 2006 in Sydney, Australia.

National

“Factors Predisposing Infants 0-6 Months to Aspiration: Presentation of Research in Progress: To be presented at AOTA conference in Baltimore, Maryland in April 2014.

“Using Occupations to Help Children Recover from War.” To be presented at AOTA’s conference in Baltimore, Maryland in April, 2014.This will be a 1 & ½ hour workshop.

“Reliability of the Print Tool with Second Grade Students.” Presented at the Annual Conference & Exposition of the American Occupational Therapy Association in April 2013 in San Diego, California.

“Effect of Dance on Fatigue of Well Elderly.” Presented at the Annual Conference & Exposition of the American Occupational Therapy Association in April 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

“To Sit or To Stand: Does It Make a difference When Measuring Hand Strength?” Presented at the 89th Annual Conference & Exposition of the American Occupational Therapy Association in April, 2009 in Houston, Texas.

“To Sit or To Stand: Does It Make a Difference When Measuring Hand Strength?” Presented at the thirtyfirst Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hand Therapists in Boston MA in October 23-25, 2008.

“Using Hand Strength Measurements to Evaluate Endurance,” presented at the 30th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hand Therapists October 4-7, 2007 in Phoenix, Arizona at the Phoenix Convention Center.

State and Regional Conferences

“Factors Predisposing Infants 0-6 Months to Aspiration: Results of a Pilot Study.” Presented at TOTA’s Mountain Central Conference, Nov. 9, 2013 in Sugar Land, Texas. 1 & ½ hour presentation.

“Comparison of Copying Skills of Pre and Early Adolescents.” Presented at TOTA’s Mountain Central Conference, Nov. 10, 2013 in Sugar Land, Texas. Two hour presentation (workshop)

“The Role of OT with Sexually Abused Children.” Presented at TOTA’s Mountain Central Conference. November 2012 in Austin, Texas.

“The Effect of Dance on Fatigue of the Well Elderly.” Presented at TOTA’s Mountain Central Conference, November 2011 in Frisco, Texas. Presented with Jennifer Weinheimer

“Reliability of the Print Tool.” Presented at TOTA’s Mountain Central Conference, November 2010, in Sugar Land, Texas. Presented with Morgan Broussard and Hillary Bodron.

“Fatigue and its Role in Occupation: A Suggested protocol to Measure Fatigue.” Presented at TOTA’s Mountain Central Conference, November 14, 2009 from 8:00-9:45, in San Antonio, Texas.

“Recovering from War, Resuming Occupations: Is There a Role for Occupational Therapy in Iraq?” Presented at TOTA’s Mountain Central Conference, November 13, 2009 from 1:00 to 2:45 PM in San Antonio, Texas.

“The Effects of Three Rest Intervals on Hand Strength.” Presented with Scott B. McCoy at TOTA’s 8 Mountain Central Conference ,November 23, 2008 in Austin, Texas.

“Occupational Therapy in a Developing Country.” Presented at TOTA’s Mountain Central Conference, November 21-2008 in Austin, Texas

“Standardized and Non-standardized Tests for a More Balanced Assessment,” a four-hour workshop Presented at the annual Mountain Central Conference, November, 2006, Irving, Texas

Local Seminars, Meetings, and/or Conferences

"Using Hand Strength Measurements to Evaluate Endurance,” an invited presentation sponsored by the OT Research Committee and presented at TWU via videoconference at Research Across Campuses symposium, January 31, 2008.

"Hand strength in normal and learning disabled children.” I Presented at the Occupational Therapy Research Seminar at the Houston Center of TWU.

Presentations by Invitation

“Sensory Integration for Autistic Children,” Presented four-hour lecture to Speech and Language Students at the University of Houston, Spring 2013.

“Sensory Integration According to Ayres,” a series of six invited lectures to the rehabilitation staff of Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, Texas from March 2007-May 2007.

Honors and Awards

Received Distinction in Service Award from Texas Woman’s University, April 2011. Received the “Best Scientific Poster” Award by the American Society of Hand Therapists at the 2007 Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona for my paper entitled “Using Hand Strength Measurements to Evaluate Endurance.”

Received both a certificate and an engraved plaque. This poster was prepared by me but based on collaborative work with S. A. Bowes and P. M. Kingery.

Professional Service

Service Activities for the Component, College, University

Departmental (Component) Committees

Member, School of OT Curriculum Committee, Representing Houston OT faculty, 2012-2015.

Member, School of OT Scholarship Committee, Representing Houston OT faculty, 2009 to present.

Member, School of OT Search Committee, Representing Houston OT Faculty, 2013 to present.

Mary Joyce Newsome Selection Committee, 2009 to present (Chair in 2011 & 2013)

Open House for Prospective OT Students, Spring 2010 & Spring 2011

Benevolence Committee (Chair) for School of Occupational Therapy, Houston Center from 1999-2007

Member, School of OT Scholarship Committee, Spring, 1994-1997. 2009-2010

School of Occupational Therapy Curriculum Committee: member, of various curriculum committees during our curriculum revisions.

Advisor to Student Organizations: Student Occupational Therapy Association co-advisor, 1985 to 1986 advisor, 1986 to 1987, co-advisor 2003,advisor 2003-2006

Academic advising: MOT students 2006-present; Certificate and MA students 2006-2007.

Service to the University or Houston Center

Coordinator of Staff Appreciation Luncheon, Spring 2012, Spring 2013, Spring 2014

Member, Faculty Appreciation Week Committee, Fall 2013

Member, Task Force on the IDEA, appointed by Dr. Keith McFarland (Acting Provost), Fall 2010.

Member, Task Force on Course Evaluations, appointed by Dr. Robert Neely (Provost), 2011-2013.

Liaison to Texas Council of Faculty Senates, elected to represent TWU for a three-year term, May 2009- May 2012; elected by Faculty Senate to serve a 2nd 3-year term from May 2012-May 2015.

Committee Selection Committee of Faculty Senate, member and chair 2006-2007, 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2010, 2011.2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2014.

Research Support Committee, the University committee that reviews proposals submitted by faculty for internal funding. 1987-1990, 1998-2002, 2002-2006, 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2011, 2011-2012.

University Review Committee, 1998-2000, 2004-2006, 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2011, 2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2015

Executive Committee of the Faculty Senate, 2006-2014.

Faculty Awards Committee, 2008-2009, 2009-2010, 2010-2011.

Member, Commencement Committee for Houston Center, (Called Graduation/Public Presence 1988- 1991)1996-1998, 2002-2007, 2007-2008

Faculty Senator representing School of Occupational Therapy, l988-1992, 1994-1998, 2000-2002, 2006- 2008, 2008-2010, 2011-2013, 2013-2015.

Executive Committee of Faculty Senate, member l989-l993, 1994-1998, 2000-2002; 2006-2007, 2007-2008, 2008-1009, 2009-2011, 2011-2012, 2012-2013. 2013-2014.

Elections Committee of Faculty Senate, member, 1996-1997, 2008-2009, 2011-2012, 2013-1014. Constitution & By Laws Committee, member, 1997-1998. 2011-2012, 2012-2013.

Faculty Evaluation and Development Committee Elected to serve l986-1987, 1997-1999, 2002-2006, 2006- 2008, 2010-2012, 2012-2014.

Chair, Evaluation Subcommittee of the FEDC, 1998 -1999, 2002-2004, 2005-2007, 2007-2008 Graduate Council, member), 2005-2007 Membership Committee and Academic Standards Committee

Service to the Profession

State Level/National Level/International Level

Collected therapy supplies and made four baskets and donated them to TOTA for their silent auction in November, 2013.

Reviewer of Proposals for the World Federation of Occupational Therapy, Spring 2013.

Exam Monitor for distance education program, Rocky Mountain University for Health Professions, Provo, Utah. August, 2012 to August 2013.

Served as External Review for Faculty Member undergoing tenure and promotion review in the Division of Occupational Therapy, College of Health, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. Summer, 2011.

Writer of examination questions for the certification exam of Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests for Sensory Integration International.

Membership and Offices in Professional Organizations

Member, American Occupational Therapy Association, Member #314666

Member, Texas Occupational Therapy Association Member, World Federation of Occupational Therapy" 1985 to present.

Member, Sensory Integration Special Interest Section. 1974 to present.

Member, Eta Sigma Gamma, the national honorary society for health educators; elected and initiated in Fall, 1992.

Service to the Community

Volunteered at Hope Buckner Community School in Bungoma, Kenya in Summer 2013

Presented In-service at the Children’s Assessment Center, Houston, Texas,“The Role of OT in Treating Sexually Abused Children.” November 16, 2011 (from 9-12:00)

Consulted to Children’s Assessment Center, Houston, Texas regarding developing a sensory processing area for their clients, Fall, 2010.

Provided Service to Kingery English School in Ankawa, Kurdistan Region, Iraq in May and August 2009. Provided Service to Therapy Department of The New Life School in Santa Maria de Jesus, Guatemala, in July, August-September of 2008.

Presented workshop on carpal tunnel syndrome to library staff at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. Evaluated 27 staff. Developed and presented workshop on preventing CTS and intervening in those who already had CTS. Sought funding from company making wrist supports and obtained and fitted the library staff with the wrist supports.

Other

Significant Professional Developmental Activities

I have kept no record of these activities; after my license is renewed I discard this documentation.

2010 (November) One-day workshop at TOTA entitled “Yoga for Babies”

2008 (May): Spent one-week under supervision of Dr. Betty Abreau at the Transitional Living Center, Galveston, Texas to learn about TBI and to study the relation of a clinic that provides service and whose staff is involved in research to a university component that conducts research.