Vicki Mason, DHSc
Associate Clinical Professor, Denton Campus and Dallas Center
Dallas, TX 75235
1314 N. Bell Avenue
Denton, TX 76209
Employer- Employee Expectations and Fit: Issues surrounding professionalism; value-based recruitment and interviewing; job satisfaction; interprofessional communication and collaboration; along with current trends in the health care delivery system and the resulting effects on health care practitioners.
- Occupational therapy practitioners’ perceptions of job satisfaction
- Value-based recruitment in employers hiring rehabilitation therapy professionals
2016: DHSc, Doctor of Health Science, A.T. Still University
1997: Certificate in Assisted Living Management, Tarrant County College
1996: Certificate in Long Term Care Administration, Tarrant County College
1987: M.S. Healthcare Administration, University of St. Francis
1980: B.S. Biology, Murray State University
Mason, V., & Mathieson, K. (2017). Occupational therapy practitioners’ perceptions of professionalism. Open Journal of Occupational Therapy. (Accepted/in press)
Mason, V., Buckingham, D., Stedke, S., & Dickinson, C. (2017). Purposeful Partnerships Make a Difference. Exceptional Parent. (Submitted).
Hennigan, M., & Mason, V. (2016). Perceptions of practice. Advance for Occupational Therapy Practitioners, 32(4), p 5-6.
Mason, V. (1997). Marketing the continuum of care: strategies for developing community services. Burr Ridge, IL: McGraw Hill.
Honors and Awards
2015: Letter of Appreciation – Texas Occupational Therapy Association
2014: Outstanding Service Award – Texas Occupational Therapy Association
Potential Research Opportunities for Students
Investigations into employers’ value-based recruitment strategies and perceived effectiveness of rehabilitation recruitment materials.
- Texas Occupational Therapy Association
- American Occupational Therapy Association
- Texas Society of Allied Health Professions
- Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions
- Texas Interprofessional Education Task Force