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Salvador Bondoc, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA

129 Wakefield St. Hamden CT 06517

 

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Summary

Salvador Bondoc is a tenured associate professor of occupational therapy and has been a faculty member of Quinnipiac University since 2006. He received his post-professional Doctor of Occupational Therapy from Creighton University in 2004. He has been a practicing occupational therapist since 1995, holds the designation of Certified Hand Therapist since 2001 and the Board Certified in Physical Rehabilitation, granted by the American Occupational Therapy Association since 2008. The focus of Dr. Bondoc’s scholarship is in the application and integration of evidence into practice. His practice and scholarly work are in the following broad areas: participation and occupational performance in the well and frail elderly; functional use and motor control of the upper limb following a stroke; and health professions education (Scholarship of Teaching and Learning).     

 

 

EDUCATION

Creighton University - Omaha, Nebraska

January 2002 to May 2004

Doctor of Occupational Therapy (Post-professional) – Summa Cum Laude

Doctoral Research:

  • The FIM as Predictor of Community Integration in Patients with Stroke. Advisor: Kelli Mu, PhD
  • NeuroOccupation in OT Education: A Pilot Study. Advisor: Charlotte Royeen, PhD
  • History of Occupational Therapy in the Philippines. Advisor: Yolanda Griffiths, OTD

University of the Philippines – Manila

June 1991 to April 1995   

Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy

 

 

LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION and FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

 

  • National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy: Occupational Therapist Registered OTR, certification number 1006712, current through 03/2015
  • State of Connecticut Department of Health: License number 002978 (Validation number 03-936629), current through  07/2016
  • Hand Therapy Certification Commission: Certified Hand Therapist, certification number 1011100573, current through 12/2016
  • AOTA Board for Advanced and Specialty Certification: Board Certified in Physical Rehabilitation, renewal pending

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Associate Professor, Quinnipiac University

August 2006 to present (August 2006 to May 2009 – at a rank of Assistant Professor)

  • Teaching responsibilities in the Occupational Therapy department:

OT 335: Functional Neuroanatomy (Fall 2006 – Fall 2012, Junior level)

OT 336: Functional Neurobehaviors (Spring 2007 - present, Junior)

OT 355L: Occupational Therapy Framework - Service Learning (Fall 2006 – 2011, Junior)

OT 356: Documenting Occupational Therapy Practice (Spring 2007 - 2009, Junior)

OT 445: Applied Occupational Therapy Theory (Fall 2008, Senior)

OT 535: /OT 535L: Integrative Interventions in Neurorehabilitation (Fall 2006 - present, Graduate)

OT 536L: Integrative Interventions - Orthotics and Prosthetics (Spring 2007 - 2009, Graduate)

OT 565: Integrative Case Studies (Spring 2010 – present, Graduate)

OT 570: Graduate Capstone  (Spring 2007 - present, Graduate)

OT 600: Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice (Fall 2013, Bridge-to-OTD)

OT 604: Directed Study in Evidence Based Practice (Summer 2009 – Summer 2013, Advanced Masters’)

 

  • University-designated teaching (outside the Occupational Therapy department):

QU 101: The Individual in the Community (Fall 2007-2009, Freshman year)

 

  • Supervision of Level I Fieldwork:  

Interventions (Spring 2008 - 2009, Senior)

Ergonomics/Assistive Technology (Spring 2007, Graduate)

Specialty Interventions (J-Term 2011, Graduate)

 

  • Service to the Quinnipiac University Community:

Service to the University

  • University Senator, 2013-2015
  • Member, University Education Committee (2014-15)
  • Vice-Chair, Senate Technology Committee (2013-14)
  • Faculty Mentor, Albert Schweitzer Institute Service Trips (Nicaragua, Winter Break 2009-present;  Guatemala, Summer 2010-present)
  • Member, Senate Research Policies Committee (2010-2012)
  • Member, Senate Communications Subcommittee (2009-2010)
  • Member, Senate Aims and Objectives Committee (2006-2009)
  • Member, Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Community Relations (2007-2009)
  • Member, Senate Subcomittee on Teaching and Learning Technology (2007-2008)
  • University Commencement Marshal (2007 graduate, 2008 undergraduate, 2009 graduate and undergraduate, 2010 undergraduate)
  • Member, Excellence in Education Seminar Series Committee (AY 2009-2010 – AY 2012-2013)

 Service to the School of Health Sciences

  • Co-Chair, Faculty Development Committee (2013- present)
  • Member, Ad Hoc Research Committee (2009-2010)
  • Member, Curriculum Committee (2006-2007)
  • Member, Long Range Planning Committee (2007-present)
  • Coordinator, ERN-QU Collaboration (2010)
  • Member, Interprofessional Education Steering Committee (2012-present)

 Service to the Occupational Therapy Department

  • Co-Chair, Curriculum Committee (Fall 2014)
  • Co-Chair, Committee on Free-standing MOT (Spring 2014)
  • Curriculum Planning Committee, Post-professional Doctor of Occupational Therapy program (2011)
  • Open House/ Admitted Students or Parents’ Weekend Day (2006 – present)
  • Faculty advisor, Representatives to the AOTA Assembly of Student Delegates (2008 – present)
  • AOTA Code of Ethics Implementation (2008)
  • Accreditation (ACOTE) Standards B.4 Evaluation and B.5 Intervention (2008-2009)
  • AOTA Code of Ethics Implementation (2008)
  • Search Committee (2007, 2008, 2014)
  • Guest lecturer OT 111 Freshman seminar (Fall 2007 – 2010)
  • Philosophy of Occupational Therapy Education (2007)

 Other QU Service

  • Guest lecturer in the Athletic Training program (Fall 2006 – Fall 2008) on Burn Rehabilitation and Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
  • External Member, Search Committee for the School of Education, Science-Education Faculty (Spring 2014)
  • Search Committee for the University Director of Teaching and Learning (Spring 2014)
  • External Member, Department Evaluation Committee – School of Nursing (Fall 2013)

 

Occupational/Hand therapist (per diem)

May 2012 to present, AllStar Rehabilitation

February 2008 to present, Griffin Hospital

August 2006 to July 2011, Eastern Rehabilitation Network (Hartford Hospital)

  • Provides direct occupational therapy services (evaluation and intervention) to clients with adults and older adults with conditions requiring physical rehabilitation
  • Provides consultation in programs (Cancer Survivorship program and Parkinson’s Disease Support Group at Griffin Hospital)
  • Acts as a clinical mentor/resource for staff OT and PT

 Assistant Chief of Occupational Therapy, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center Division

May 2004 to August 2006  - Hand Therapy Service

May 2003 to June 2004 - Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit

  • Managed the outpatient therapy services which included supervising occupational and physical therapy and support staff and overseeing the program’s operations
  • Contributed to institution and department-wide activities including quality improvement, program development, marketing and research
  • Served as Coordinator of Clinical Fieldwork Education with responsibilities in planning and coordinating fieldwork activities for Level II students and providing support and supervision to staff OTs in their clinical educator role

 Senior Occupational Therapist, Lincoln Medical Center

November 2000 to May 2003

  • Supervised occupational therapy staff in outpatient hand therapy, acute care and NICU services
  • Assisted the Network OT Chief in the management of all OT services in the hospital
  • Mentored staff on specialized interventions such as neonatal care, splinting and wound care

 Lead Occupational Therapist (6/99 to 6/00), Senior OT (03/98 to 05/99), Integrated Health Systems

March 1998 to July 2000

  • Provided direct OT services in subacute and long term care services
  • Supervised OT personnel (including OT and OTA students)
  • Lead or participated in several program development projects (e.g., fall prevention, contracture management, multi-disciplinary dysphagia group)

 Occupational Therapist (traveler), Sunbelt Therapy Services

June 1996 to March 1998

  • Provided direct OT services in various settings including acute care, skilled nursing/long term/ assisted living facilities, outpatient hand therapy, outpatient pediatric occupational therapy, and school-based system
  • Assumed interim supervisory and managerial positions as Clinical Specialist, Lead OT or Director of Rehabilitation services.

 Instructor, University of the Philippines – Manila College of Allied Medical Professions and Clinical Supervisor, UP-CAMP Community-Based Rehabilitation Program

May 1995 to May 1996           

  • Co-taught courses using collaborative team-teaching approach:  Anatomy and Kinesiology for OT-PT Students, Neuroanatomy for OT-PT Students, Occupational Therapy Evaluation Techniques in Physical Dysfunctions, Occupational Therapy Management Techniques in Physical Dysfunctions, and Introduction to Community-Based Rehabilitation, Fundamentals of OT Practice
  • Mentored students in their undergraduate thesis and/or community-based action research projects
  • Supervised students in the College’s faculty practice

 Occupational Therapist (traveler), Quezon City Child Development and Therapy Center

April 1995 to March 1996

  • Provided developmentally-based OT services to children aged 0-5
  • Conducted educational sessions with parents of children with developmental disabilities

 

  

AWARDS & RECOGNITION:

Awards and Recognition

 

Young Alumni Achievement Award, Creighton University (2014)

 

Visiting Scholar, University of the Philippines Modernization Program (2013)

  • Granted Visiting Professor and Scholar status for Spring 2013 semester

 AOTA Roster of Fellows 2012

  • Excellence and Leadership in Evidence-Based Physical Rehabilitation Practice

 AOTA Service Commendation Awards

  • Award of Service for serving as PDSIS Chair (2008-2011)
  • Awards of Service for serving as AMSIS Quarterly Editor (2004-2007, 2007-2008)
  • Author/co-author of Fact Sheet on Role of Occupational Therapy in Acute Care and Occupational Therapy for Persons with Chronic Disease (2009), Role of Occupational Therapy in Oncology (2010), Occupational Therapy for Children and Youth (2011)

 State-Level Recognition

  • ConnOTA Award of Merit (2013)
  • NYSOTA Merit Award for Excellence in Practice (Physical Rehabilitation) and Clinical Teaching (2007)
  • NYSOTA Merit Award for Excellence in Practice (Physical Rehabilitation) and Education (2006)
  • NYSOTA – Metropolitan District Certificate of Appreciation for Service (2004, 2005)

 Nominations

2009      Quinnipiac University Excellence in Teaching Award - Finalist

2008      Quinnipiac University Excellence in Teaching Award – Finalist

 

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

 

Current Memberships

American Occupational Therapy Association (1996 to present)

World Federation of Occupational Therapy (1996 to present)

Connecticut Occupational Therapy Association (2007 to present)

 

Past Memberships

American Society of Hand Therapists (2001 to 2012)

American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (2011 to 2013)

American Educational Research Association (2002 to 2008)

New York State Occupational Therapy Association (2000 to 2008)

Society for the Study of Occupations: USA (2006 to 2009)

 

APPOINTMENTS and SERVICE  

Local Level

June 2012 to present, Griffin Hospital Activity and Support Group for Persons with Parkinson’s Disease (GRASPP), Derby, CT

September 2008 to May 2012, Southern Connecticut State University Department of Communication Disorders Clinic, New Haven, CT

September 2006 to November 2010, Partnerships for Adult Day Care, Hamden, CT

September 2007 to November 2009, Miller Senior Center, Hamden, CT

 

State Level

Board Member, Connecticut Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA CT Chapter). Terms of Service: 2011-2013

Board Member, Connecticut State Occupational Therapy Association (ConnOTA).  Terms of Service: 2006-2007, 2008-2009 as Board Member-at-Large;  2010-2012 as Board Member for Continuing Professional Education and Conference Convener.

Committee Member (since 2000), Newsletter Liaison (2004 to 2007) of the Metropolitan New York District (MNYD) of New York State Occupational Therapy Association (NYSOTA)

 

National Level

Administrator, AOTA Evidence Exchange (Term: 2010 – present)

Member/Professional Liaison, Ad hoc Committee on AOTA Statement on Cognition, American Occupational Therapy Association Commission on Practice. Term of Service: 2011

Board Member, Scientific Review and Mentorship Board, American Society of Hand Therapists. Term of Service: June 2011 - 2013

 Editorial Board Member, Willard & Spackman’s Occupational Therapy, 12th edition. Term of Service: 2011 - 2012

Chair, Physical Disabilities Special Interest Section (PDSIS), American Occupational Therapy Association. Term of Service: 2008-2011.

Member, Roster of Accreditation Evaluators (RAE) of the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE). Terms of Appointment: 2005 to 2008 (initial), 2008 to 2011 (reappointment).

Committee Member (since 1996), Quarterly Editor and Standing Committee Member of  the Administration and Management Special Interest Section (AMSIS), American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). Terms of Appoinment: 2003-2006, 2006-2009 (2nd term not completed due to election as PDSIS Chair).

Conference Proposal Reviewer (2004 to 2009), Conference Planning Committee Member(2004 to 2009), AOTA Conference

 

International Level

Chair (2013-2015), Committee Member (2011-2012), CGFNS International Commission on Healthcare Professions, Occupational Therapy Professional Standards Committee.

Editorial Consultant, Philippine Journal of Allied Health and Rehabilitation. September 2006 to 2009

Editorial Board (Founding) Member, Philippine Journal of Occupational Therapy. March 2004 to present

 

 

GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS

Intramural

  • June 2014 to May 2011 - Mirror therapy and task oriented training (SHS Scholarship Grant - $5000)
  • May 2014 to July 2014 - Dance for Parkinson’s Disease. (QU Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Program (QUIP-RS) Fellowship Grant for an undergraduate student mentee, A. Cuzzola - $4000)
  • June 2012 to May 2013 - Toileting as predictor of community reintegration in older adults (SHS Scholarship Grant - $5000)
  • June 2011 to May 2012 - Self-regulated learning in health science students (QU Faculty Scholar Program - $2500)
  • June 2011 to May 2012 - An introductory interprofessional collaboration module in OT and PT neurorehabilitation courses (QU Faculty Scholar Program - $2500)
  • June 2010 to May 2011 - Development of lab demonstration videos for OT 535L (QU educational technology grant - $800)
  • June 2009 to May 2010 - Effect of forced used therapy and splinting on upper extremity function of persons with chronic stroke.  (QU SHS Faculty research grant - $5000)
  • June 2009 to May 2010 - Effect of Wii Fit on balanced and functional mobility of community-dwelling seniors with or without disability  (QU Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Program (QUIP-RS) Fellowship Grant for an undergraduate student mentee, C. Benard - $5000)
  • June 2007 to May 2008 - Pilot study using participatory action on a multi-dimensional fall prevention program for community dwelling elderly. (QU SHS Faculty research grant - $5000)
  • June 2007 to May 2008 - Engagement in occupations to reduce fear of falling in the elderly. (QU Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Program (QUIP-RS) Fellowship Grant for an undergraduate student mentee, A. Juarbe - $5000)

 

Extramural

  • January to March 2012, Visiting Professor, University of the Philippines Manila – UP Modernization Program ($2200)
  • April 2007 to  March 2008, SoTL Fellow, American Occupational Therapy Foundation – American Occupational Therapy Association Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Fellowship

 

PAPERS and CREATIVE WORKS

 

Periodicals:

  • Bondoc, S. & Harmeyer, F. (2013). Splinting the neurological hand: Using existing splints in innovative ways. OT Practice, 18, 9-14
  • Frost, L., Harmeyer, F. & Bondoc, S. (2012). The geriatric hand. OT Practice, 17, 14-18
  • Bondoc, S., Alexander, H., & Hill, V. (2011). Using outcomes measures to improve occupational practice in the physical rehabilitation setting. OT Practice, 16, CE1-CE8. [Continuing Education Article].
  • Bondoc, S., Powers, C., Herz, N., & Hermann, V. (2010). Virtual reality-based rehabilitation. OT Practice, 15, CE1-CE8. [Continuing Education Article].
  • Juarbe, A. & Bondoc, S. (2009, December) – Reducing fear of falling through guided imagery. Gerontoloy Special Interest Section Quarterly, 32 (4), 1-4
  • Bondoc, S., Arabit, L., Lashgari, D., Finnen, L.,& Alexander, H.  (2009). Fieldwork education in physical disabilities settings. Physical Disabilities Special Interest Section Quarterly (PDSIS) Quarterly, 32 (2), 1-4
  • Kroll, C., Bondoc, S. & Herz, N. (2008). Managerial competencies for the occupational therapy practitioner, part II. Administration and Management Special Interest Section (AMSIS) Quarterly, 23 (4), 1-4
  • Bondoc, S., Kroll, C. & Herz, N. (2008). Managerial competencies for the occupational therapy practitioner, part I. AMSIS Quarterly, 23 (3), 1-4
  • Kroll, C., Robinson, M., Glennon, T. & N., Bondoc, S. (2008, March). Professional responsibilities in meeting societal needs in alternative practice markets. AMSIS Quarterly, 23(1), 1-4.
  • Herz, N. &  Bondoc, S. (2007). Electronic documentation: A conversation of alternatives. AMSIS Quarterly, 22, 1-4
  • Bondoc, S. (2007). The OTA as entrepreneur. AMSIS Quarterly, 22, 1-4.
  • Countee, S. & Bondoc, S. (2006). The Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Means and end to teaching and learning. Philippine Journal of Occupational Therapy. 2, 18-25.
  • Bondoc, S. (2006). So you want to teach? Strategies for the adjunct faculty. OT Practice, 11, 10-11, 17.
  • Bondoc, S. (2005). Occupational therapy and evidence-based education. Education Special Interest Section Quarterly, 20, 1-4.
  • Bondoc, S. (2005). Rehabilitation of wrist fractures: A primer for the non-specialized occupational therapist. OT Practice, 10, 17-22.
  • Bondoc, S. (2005). History of Occupational Therapy in the Philippines. Philippine Journal of Occupational Therapy, 1, 5-14.
  • Bondoc, S. & Burkhart (2004) Evidence-based practice and outcomes management in occupational therapy. OT Practice, 9, CE1-CE8. [Continuing Education Article].
  • Herz, N., Bondoc, S. Richmond, T., Richman, N. & Kroll, C. (2005). Becoming an entrepreneur: Basics for occupational therapists. AMSIS Quarterly, 20, 1-4
  • Bondoc, S. (2003). Building teams that work. AMSIS Quarterly, 19, 1-4.

 

Book Chapters and Electronic Media

  • Bondoc, S (2014). Adult neurological dysfunctions. In M. Jacobs & N. Austin (Eds.). Splinting the Hand and Upper Extremity: Principles and Process, 2nd ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Bondoc, S. (2014). Anti-spasticity splinting. In B. Coppard & H. Lohman (Eds.). Introduction to Orthotics: A Clinical Reasoning Approach, 4th ed. Elsevier.
  • Bondoc, S. (2014). Splints acting on the shoulder and elbow. In B. Coppard & H. Lohman (Eds.). Introduction to Orthotics: A Clinical Reasoning Approach, 4th ed. Elsevier.
  • Tufaro, P. & Bondoc, S. (2011). Therapist’s management of the burned hand. In T. Skirven, L. Osterman, J. Fedorczyk, & P. Amadio (Eds.). Rehabilitation of the Hand and the Upper Extremity, 6th Ed. Philadelphia: Elsevier.
  • Kroll, C., Bondoc, S. Richman, N., Richmond, T., and Fagan, L. (2007, September). The  AMSIS Toolkit: Practical resource for administrators and managers [CD-ROM]. Bethesda, MD: AOTA Press.
  • Kroll, C., Bondoc, S., Herz, N., Glennon, T. J., & Slater, D. (2007, June). AudioInsight Seminar 2007: Managing Productivity Requirements. [Audio recording]. Bethesda, MD: AOTA Press.

 Other Publications:

  • Bondoc, S., Lashgari, D., Hermann, V., Finnen, L., Alexander, H., & Frost, L., (2009, January). AOTA Fact Sheet: Role of Occupational Therapy in Acute Care. Bethesda, MD: AOTA Press.
  • Bondoc, S. & Siebert, C. (2009, January). AOTA Fact Sheet: Role of Occupational Therapy in Chronic Disease Management. Bethesda, MD: AOTA Press.

 

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS (Peer Reviewed and Invited):

 

2014

  • Bondoc, S. (2014, June). Toileting as a predictor of community reintegration in older adults following short-term rehabilitation. Research paper presented at the 2014 World Federation of Occupational Therapy Congress in Yokohama, Japan.
  • Bondoc, S. (2014, June). Becoming an evidence-based practitioner in the Filipino context. Invited short presentation at the Angeles University Foundation in Angeles City, Philippines.
  • Bondoc, S. & Arabit, S. (2014, April). Shoulder Rehabilitation 2.0: Infusing Evidence with Occupation-Based Intervention. Institute presented at the 2014 AOTA Conference and Expo in Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Lieberman, D., Arbesman, M., & Bondoc, S. (2014, April). Putting evidence into practice: Evidence Exchange .  Short course presented at the 2014 AOTA Conference and Expo in Baltimore, Maryland
  • Bondoc, S. (2014, April). Becoming an evidence-based practitioner. Invited short presentation at the 2014 AOTA Conference and Expo in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

 2013

  • Bondoc, S. (2013, November). Becoming an evidence-based practitioner: Getting started. Workshop presented at the 2013 AOTA-NBCOT Student Conclave in Jacksonville, Florida.
  • Bondoc, S. & Rowe, V. (2013, April). Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy: Clinical Application.  Institute presented at the 2013 AOTA Conference and Expo in San Diego, California.
  • Lieberman, D., Arbesman, M., & Bondoc, S. (2013, April). Putting evidence into practice: Evidence Exchange and update.  Short course presented at the 2013 AOTA Conference and Expo in San Diego, California.
  • Bondoc, S. (2013, April). Becoming an evidence-based practitioner. Invited short presentation at the 2014 AOTA Conference and Expo in San Diego, California.
  • Bondoc, S. (2013, February). Goal attainment scaling. Workshop presentation at the University of the Phlippines, Manila, Phlippines.

 

 

 2012

  • Bondoc, S. (2012, November). Management of the Neurologic Upper Extremity with Focus on the Hand: An Evidence Base Approach and Practical Solutions. A Seminar presented at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 
  • Bondoc, S. (2012, July). The neurological shoulder: Subluxation and pain management. Invited short course presentation at the 2012 Rehab Summit in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Bondoc, S. (2012, July). Integrating constraint-induced therapy in clinical practice. Invited short course presentation at the 2012 Rehab Summit in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Bondoc, S. & Wall, T. (May 2012). Effect of an IPE Experience on Student Readiness towards NeuroRehabilitation Practice. Research paper presented at the 2012 Jefferson Center for Interprofessional Education in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Bondoc, S., Hewitt, P., Frey, N., Johnson, A. & McQuide, B. (April 2012). The Effect of Wii-based interventions on physical, cognitive and social functioning among  pre-frail elderly persons. Reseach paper presented at the 2012 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Bondoc, S., McLennon, K., & Fishbain, K. (April 2012). Self-regulated learning among occupational therapy students: A mixed methods study. Reseach paper presented at the 2012 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • Bondoc, S., Rios, A., DeBellis, C., & Sorrell, K. (2012, March). Implementing a modified constraint-induced therapy program in the home and community settings. Short course presented at the 2012 ConnOTA Spring Conference in Cromwell, Connecticut.

 

2011

  • Bondoc, S. & Dottin, J. (2011, April). Effect of WiiFit training on balance of adults with central nervous system disorders. Short course presented at the 2011 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Bondoc, S. & Sawyer, N. (2011, April). Development of cultural competence in pre-professional health science students: A mixed methods design. Paper presented at the 2011 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Bondoc, S. & Blatt, A. (2011, April). Therapists’ perspectives on contraint induced movement therapy: A regional study. Poster presented at the 2011 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Bondoc, S., Merriam, R. & Healy, M. (2011, April). Clinical application of forced use therapy interventions in clients with chronic stroke. Panel presented at the 2011 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Bondoc, S. (September 2011). Using evidence to guide clinical decisions. Keynote lecture presented during QU Occupational Therapy Academic Conference, North Haven, Connecticut.
  • Bondoc, S. (August 2011). Single-case designs vs. case studies. Short course presented during QU SHS Faculty Development Day, North Haven, Connecticut.
  • Bondoc, S. (August 2011). Integrating evidence-based practice assignments in the curriculum. Short course presented during QU SHS Faculty Development Day, North Haven, Connecticut.
  • Bondoc, S. (2010 – 2007). Rehabilitation of common upper extremity fractures. Seminar presented through Cross Country Education at various locations.

 2010

  • Bondoc, S. & Finley, W. (2010, April). Splint compliance in persons with upper extremity burns. Poster presented at the 2010 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
  • Bondoc, S. & Massimi, C. (2010, April). Physical agents and modalities: Practice patterns among occupational therapy practitioners. Poster presented at the 2010 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
  • Bondoc, S. & Posillico, J. (2010, April). How safe are the homes of older persons? Poster presented at the 2010 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
  • Varanka, A. & Bondoc, S. (2010, April). The effect of the Wii Fit and exercise in improving balance and quality of life in community dwelling elders. Poster presented at the 2010 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
  • Morfis, N. & Bondoc, S. (2010, April). The effect of Saebo-flex and modified CIMT program on upper extremity function in persons with chronic stroke. Poster presented at the 2010 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
  • Juarbe, A. & Bondoc, S. (2010, April). Guided imagery and awareness training to reduce fear of falling and falls in the elderly. Poster presented at the 2010 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
  • Simao, J., Bondoc, S. & Jackson, C. (2010, April). Children’s Assessment of Motor Performance (C.A.M.P.) : Development of an assessment instrument for children with hemiparesis. Poster presented at the 2010 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
  • Bondoc, S., Hewitt, P. & Benard, C. (2010, April). Geriatric rehabilitation and health promotion using low-cost virtual reality and video-based gaming technology. Short course presented at the 2010 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
  • Bondoc, S. & Brown, C. (2010, April). Forced use therapy for clients with chronic stroke: Translating research into practice. Short course presented at the 2010 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
  • Bondoc, S., Cameron, D., & Meriano, C. (2011, November). Evidence-based practice: A primer for rehabilitation professionals. Lecture presented to the staff of Hartford Hospital – Eastern Rehabilitation Network, Newington, Connecticut
  • Bondoc, S. (2010, October). Use of Low Technology Virtual Reality Applications in Neurorehabilitation. Short course presented at Creighton  University Alumni Week – ccupational Therapy 25th Year Anniversary Conference, Omaha, Nebraska
  • Bondoc, S. (2010, September). Forced use intervention in stroke rehabilitation. Workshop presented at the 2010 Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association Conference in Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • Bondoc, S. (2010, July). Forced use intervention in stroke hemiplegia. Seminar presented at the University of the Philippines  – College of Allied Medical Professions, Manila, Philippines.
  • Bondoc, S. (2010, May). Conducting a systematic review. Workshop presented during QU SHS Faculty Development Day, North Haven, Connecticut.
  • Lieberman, D., Arbesman, M. Bondoc, S., & Hartmann, K. (2010, April). AOTA Evidence-based Practice Clearninghouse. Short course presented at the 2010 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, FL
  • Bondoc, S. (January 2010). Rehabilitation of traumatic crush injuries of the hand. A short course presented at Milagros Hospital, Leon, Nicaragua
  • Bondoc, S. (January 2010). Flexor and extensor tendon injury. Surgery and post-repair rehabilitation. A short course presented at Milagros Hospital, Leon, Nicaragua
  • Bondoc, S. & Matthews, M. (May-August 2009). Cancer Survivorship program. A workshop series presented at Griffin Hospital, Derby, Connecticut.
  • Bondoc, S. (2007 – 2010). Rehabilitation of common upper extremity fractures. Seminar presented through Cross Country Education at various locations.

 2009

  • Francis-Connolly, E., Bilics, A., Wakeford, L., Bondoc, S., Haynes, C., & George, L. (2009, April). Best practice in occupational therapy education – A panel exploring the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Workshop presented at the 2009 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Houston, Texas.
  • Bondoc, S. (2009, April).Managing the elbow: Common challenges and practical strategies. Roundtable presentation at the 2009 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Houston, Texas.
  • Neumann, L., & Bondoc, S. (2009, April). Effect of the SaeboFlex program on participation and quality of life in clients with post-acute stroke. Poster presented at the 2009 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Houston, Texas.
  • Kelly, A., & Bondoc, S. (2009, April). Client-centeredness in stroke rehabilitation. Poster presented at the 2009 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Houston, Texas.
  • Brosnan, L., & Bondoc, S. (2009, April). The potential of using the Nintendo Wii as an intervention in stroke rehabilitation. Poster presented at the 2009 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Houston, Texas.
  • Bondoc, S. (2009, September). Scholarship on Teaching and Learning – Examples from the Field. Panel presentation during the Excellence in Education Seminar Series at Quinnipiac University.

2008 and earlier

  • Bondoc, S. (2008, April). Knowledge retention of neuroscience among occupational therapy students. Poster presented at the 2008 AOTA – AOTF Institute for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Long Beach, California.
  • Kroll, C., Bondoc, S., Herz, N. & Glennon, T. (2008, April). Be proactive! Be productive! Institute presented at the presented at the 2008 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Long Beach, California.
  • Guarnieri, C. & Bondoc, S. (2008, April). Occupational therapy for childhood overweight and obesity: Clinicians’ perceptions of their knowledge and skills. Poster presented at the 2008 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Long Beach, California.
  • Bonacci, L. & Bondoc, S. (2008, April). Pain and occupation: Temporal relationships and impact on functioning. Poster presented at the 2008 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Long Beach, California.
  • Rottman, R. & Bondoc, S. (2008, April). Spirituality in occupational therapy practice. Poster presented at the 2008 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Long Beach, California.
  • Bondoc, S. (2008, May). A multi-component fall prevention program to promote aging-in-place in community dwelling older persons. Paper presentation at the QU SHS Faculty Development Day in Hamden, Connecticut.
  • Bondoc, S. & Burkhardt, A. (2007, April). Facilitating an outcomes management program through the continuum of care in physical rehabilitation. Short course presented at the 2007 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in St. Louis, Missouri.
  • Bondoc, S., & Finnen, L. (2007, April). Innovation in upper extremity rehabilitation following stroke. Workshop presented at the 2007 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in St. Louis, Missouri.
  • Bondoc, S. & Hedges, N. (2008, April). Translating research and using evidence into practice: Facilitators and barriers. Poster presented at the 2008 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Long Beach, California. (peer reviewed).
  • Bondoc, S. (2007, March 20-21). New approaches to splinting the neurologically impaired hand. Worshop presented at Stroke Symposium 2007: Technology and Innovation in New York, New York.
  • Bondoc, S. (2007, September). Rehabilitation of common traumatic conditions of the wrist and elbow. Workshop presented at the 2007 Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference in Omaha, Nebraska.
  • Kroll, C., Herz, N., Bondoc, S., Glennon, T. and Slater, D. (2007, April) Making productivity work for you [AMSIS Annual Program]. Workshop presented at the 2007 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in St. Louis, Missouri
  • Bondoc, S. (2007, March 3). Advances in the rehabilitation of the neurological upper extremity. Short course presented at the 2007 Connecticut Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference in Manchester, Connecticut.
  • Bondoc, S. and Countee, S. (2006, April 29). Teaching and learning effective with evidence. Poster presented at the 2006 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Charlotte, North Carolina.
  • Bondoc, S. (2006, December 5). Rehabilitation of common upper extremity injuries. Seminar presented through Eastern Rehabilitation Network in Newington, Connecticut.
  • Bondoc, S. (2006, October 19). Characteristics of successful stroke groups. Lecture presented to the Greater New Haven Stroke Club in Hamden, Connecticut..
  • Bondoc, S. (2006, September 8). What’s new in stroke rehabilitation? Lecture presented to the Hamden Stroke Club meeting in Hamden, Connecticut.
  • Bondoc, S. (2006, November 4). Evidence-based practice: How and why? Lecture presented during Scholarship Day sponsored by Phi Theta Epsilon at Dominican College, Orangeburg, New York. 
  • Bondoc, S. (2006, December 5). Rehabilitation of common upper extremity injuries. Seminar presented through Eastern Rehabilitation Network in Newington, Connecticut..
  • Bondoc, S. (2005, March 3). Implementing the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Implications to Academia and Practice. Workshop presented at the 2005 Annual Conference of the Occupational Therapy Association of the Philippines, Subic Bay, Zambales, Philippines.
  • Bondoc, S. (2005, May 12). Splinting the Neurologic Hand. Short course presented at the 2005 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Long Beach, California.
  • Finnen, L. and Bondoc, S. (2005, May 12). Visual and Vestibular Impairments in Multiple Sclerosis. Short course presented at the 2005 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Long Beach, California.
  • Bondoc, S. (2005, May 9 ). The Impaired Employee. AMSIS Workshop presented at the 2005 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Long Beach, California.
  • Mendoza, T., Sinclair, K. and Bondoc, S. (2005, March 2). National and International Trends and Issues in OT Education.  Panel discussion presented at the 2005 Annual Meeting and Conference of the Occupational Therapy Association of the Philippines, Subic Bay, Zambales, Philippines.
  • Bondoc, S. (2005, March 3). Implementing the Occupational Therapy Practice Framework: Implications to Academia and Practice. Workshop presented at the 2005 Annual Meeting and Conference of the Occupational Therapy Association of the Philippines, Subic Bay, Zambales, Philippines.
  • Bondoc, S. and Winter, A. (2004) Occupational Therapy in Crohn’s Disease. Paper presented at the 2004 American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Annual Conference & Exposition in Minneapolis, MN
  • Countee, S., Porter, K., and Bondoc, S. (2004). The Intentional Learner: Link to Continuing Competency. Short course presented at the 2004 AOTA Annual Conference & Exposition in Minneapolis, MN
  • Bondoc, S. (2004). First Time Manager: Balancing Supervision and Administration: Workshop presented at the 2004 AOTA Annual Conference in Minneapolis, MN
  • Bondoc, S. (2004, December 9). Neuroscience in Occupational Therapy Practice. Two-day seminar held at Dominican College, Orangeburg, New York
  • Hawkins, B., Steuben-Amelio, L. and Bondoc, S. (2004, February). Splinting and Casting in the UE Burn. Workshop presented at the Symposium on the Rehabilitation of the UE Burns in New York, New York.
  • Bondoc, S., Schryver, K., and McNichols, J. (2004, April). Management of Stiffness: Emphasis on the Wrist. Short course presented during Aprl is OT Month Lecture Series at NewYork Presbyterian Hospital, New York. 

 

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

 

2014

AOTA Conference 2014 (April)

World Federation of Occupational Therapist – Japan (June)

CIDER Conference at Virginia Tech’s Center for Interprofessional Education (February)

 

2013

AOTA Conference 2013 (May)

AOTA Student Conclave (November)

CAB IV Interprofessional Education and Practice (June)

 

2012

AOTA Stroke Specialty Conference (November)

AOTA Student Conclave (November)

Blackboard 9.1 Update (January)

Learning Paradigm in Action (January)

 

2011

The Learning Paradigm College (August)

AOTA Conference 2011: Poster sessions; Institute on Cognitive Rehabilitation (Dr. Gordon Giles); Panel on Evidence-Based Practice; Workshop on Using Cognitive Outcomes Measures (April)

Concept Mapping Webinar (January)

 

2010

Center for Excellence in Teaching Seminar Series 2010 – Fairfield University  (June)

AOTA Conference 2010: Poster sessions; Institute on Cognitive Rehabilitation (Dr. Tony Gentry); Panel on Evidence-Based Practice; Cognitive Rehabilitation workshop (April-May)

ConnOTA Conference 2010 (March)

 

2009

NBCOT Item Development and Analysis – Part I and II (September)

UAB Fellowship on Constraint-Induced Therapy (June)

Establishing a Cancer Survivorship Program (April)

AOTA Conference 2009: Poster sessions; Institute on Cognitive Rehabilitation (Dr. Carolyn Baum); Panel on SoTL; Burn Rehabilitation workshop (April)

ConnOTA Conference 2009 (March)

 

2008

QU Occupational Therapy Alumni Conference (October)

AOTA Special Interest Sections Fall Meeting (September)

Center for Excellence in Teaching Seminar Series 2008 – Fairfield University  (June)

SaeboFlex – Functional Tone Management (refresher course) (June)

Evaluation and Management of Upper Extremity and Cervical Conditions (May)

 AOTA Conference 2008: Poster sessions; courses on Fall prevention, Physical Agents and Modalities, and Medicare updates (April)

ConnOTA Conference 2008 (March)

 

2007

The Model of Human Occupation and Community based/Participatory action research (May )

AOTA Conference 2007: Attended Institute on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Poster sessions, AOTF Colloquium and Tea (April)

ConnOTA Conference 2007 (March)

 

2006 and Earlier

NYSOTA Conference 2007 (October)

AOTA Special Interest Section Meeting (September)

Technology in Stroke Rehabilitation (September)

Stroke Rehabilitation Update (August)

AOTA Conference 2006: Attended Institute on Fostering the Occupational Therapy Scholar, AOTA Board Specialty Certification, AOTF Colloquium and Tea (April)

Surgery and Rehabilitation of the Hand 2006 (March)

The Thumb: A Fresh Grasp of Comprehension (October 2005)

ACOTE Accreditation Evaluator Workshop (July 2005)

AOTA Conference 2005: Attended Poster sessions and AOTF Colloquium and Tea

OTAP Conference 2005: Attended courses on Occupation as Play, Grounded Theory, Transition Planning

AOTA Conference 2004: Attended courses on Dysphagia, AOTA Regulatory and Reimbursement Update, Hot Topics in Academia

MOTEC of NY/NJ Annual Joint Council Meeting 2004

Symposium on the Rehabilitation of the UE Burns (February 2004)

AOTA Special Interest Sections Meeting (November 2003)

Management of Chronic Wounds (November 2003)

AOTA Conference 2003: Attended courses on Teaching Evidence-Based Practice, Occupational Therapy Practice Framework in Acute Rehab, Innovative Approaches to Developing Clinical Reasoning

Surgery and Rehabilitation of the Hand 2003 (March 2003)

Shoulder and Elbow Update 2002 (November 2002)

Focused Rigidity Casting (July 2002)

Early Intervention Evaluation Workshop (April 2002)

Physical Agents and Modalities (February 2002)

Symposium on Neonatal Care (March, 2001): Attended courses on Neuro-sensory Development of Pre-term Infants, Feeding Evaluation and Intervention of Premature Babies, Sensory Integrative Approach in the NICU

Adult Dysphagia Evaluation and Management (April 2000)

Allen’s Cognitive Levels Part I and II (September 1999)

NDT and Functional Application (October, 1998)

Great Southern Conference 1998

AOTA Conference 1997: Attended courses on Adult Dysphagia Evaluation and Management, Manual Lymphatic Massage, Management of Tendon Injuries, OT Roles in the NICU

Evaluation and Management of Hand and UE Injuries (November, 1996)

Functional Capacity and Ergonomic Evaluation Techniques (October 1995)

Symposium on Pediatric Rehabilitation (May 1995)

 

 

QU Faculty Development Programs:

 

2014

SHS Journal Clubs

Multiple Choice Questions

 

2013

SHS Journal Clubs

Classroom Technologies: Smart Classrooms 

 

2012

Excellence in Education Seminar Series

 

2011

Writing within the Disciplines

Interprofessional Education in the Health Sciences (January 2011)

Constructivist learning

Self-regulated learning

 

2010

Self-Regulated Learning (August 2010)

Electronic Portfolios (August 2010)

 

2009

Rewards, Challenges and Pitfalls of Faculty Scholarship with Students (May 2009)

Bridging Clinical Education and Classroom Teaching (January 2009)

Instant Feedback – Assessment Technique (January 2009)

 

2008

Creating Significant Learning Experience by Dee Fink (August 2008)

Infusing Wiki’s, Blogs, Web-based Technologies into Teaching (January 2008)

 

2007

Service Learning (October 2007)

Cochrane Collaboration (August 2007)

Getting Your Hands Dirty on PBL. (April 2007)

 

2006

Creating an Atmosphere of Tolerance to Diversity (August 2006)

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.