Glen Gillen

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Glen Gillen, EdD, OTR, FAOTA

Associate Director

Associate Professor of Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine (Occupational Therapy) at Columbia University Medical Center

Honorary Adjunct Associate Professor of Movement Sciences and Education, Teachers College

E-mail: GG50@cumc.columbia.edu

Personal Website: www.glengillen.com

Education

  • Columbia University/Teachers College: Ed.D. in Health Education
  • New York University: M.P.A. in Health Management
  • New York University: B.S. in Occupational Therapy

Clinical Expertise

  • Neurorehabilitation
  • Motor Control
  • Assessments and interventions for cognitive-perceptual impairments as they relate to occupational performance

Teaching Responsibilities

  • Physical Disabilities I & II
  • Evidenced Based Occupational Therapy
  • Manual techniques to Promote Function

Research Interests

  • Evidence-based practice regarding stroke rehabilitation
  • Interventions to improve functional performance for those living with impairments of motor control
  • Impact of cognitive-perceptual impairments on functional performance

Professional Awards, Recognitions, Activities

 

  • Service Award, American Occupational Therapy Association, 2016
  • Spelbring Endowed Lectureship, Eastern Michigan University, 2016
  • Sister Genevieve Cummings Lecturer, Saint Catherine University, 2015
  • American Occupational Therapy Foundation’s Leaders & Legacies Society, 2015 (Inaugural group of founding members) (Note: Invited membership is based on evidencing “sustained leadership” in support of occupational therapy.  Membership is conferred in recognition of their significant personal involvement in advancing occupational therapy at local, state, and/or national levels and acknowledgment of their ongoing desire to contribute to the field.)
  • Distinguished Alumni Panel, A Celebration of 75 Years of Occupational Therapy at New York University, 2015
  • Keynote Speaker, Metropolitan District of New York State Occupational Therapy Association (NYSOTA) OT Month Proclamation Ceremony, 2014
  • John J. Bazyk Distinguished Speaker, Cleveland State University, 2014
  • Commencement Speaker, Washington University Program in Occupational Therapy, 2014
  • Maralynne D. Mitcham Lectureship, Medical University of South Carolina, 2014
  • Keynote Speaker, Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists, Toronto, 2014
  • Service Commendation, American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), 2013
  • Keynote Speaker, New York State Occupational Therapy Association, 2013
  • Keynote Speaker: Midwest Dean’s Research Day, Western Michigan University, 2012
  • Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lectureship Award, American Occupational Therapy Association, 2012 (Note: This is the highest academic honor given to an occupational therapist. It honors a member of AOTA who has creatively contributed to the development of the body of knowledge of the profession through research, education, and/or clinical practice.)
  • Vanderkooi Endowed Lectureship, Texas Woman’s University, 2011
  • Excellence in Research Writing Award, Best Paper Award, Association of Academic Physiatrists (with J. Stein, L. Bishop, and R. Helbock), 2011
  • Distinguished Lecturer, University of Illinois Chicago, 2009
  • Roster of Fellows, American Occupational Therapy Association, 2005 (Note: Recognizes occupational therapists who through their knowledge, expertise, leadership, advocacy, and/or guidance have made a significant contribution over time to the profession with a measured impact on consumers of occupational therapy services and/or members of the association.)
  • Service Commendation, American Occupational Therapy Association, 2005
  • Service Award, American Occupational Therapy Association, 2004
  • Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, Invited Member, 2004
  • Recognition of Achievement Award for “Author/educator who has advanced neurorehabilitation practice”, American Occupational Therapy Association, 2000
  • Certificate of Recognition for Service, New York State Occupational Therapy Association, 1999
  • Award for Clinical Excellence in Rehabilitation, American Occupational Therapy Foundation, 1997
  • Merit for Practice, New York State Occupational Therapy Association, 1994

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Research Publications in Print or Other Media

  • Nilsen, D.M., Gillen, G., Arbesman, M., & Lieberman, D. (co first author) (2015). Evidence connection – Occupational therapy interventions for adults with stroke. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69, 6905395010p1-6905395010p3.
  • Gillen, G. & Hinojosa, J. (2015). He said – he said: A scholarly conversation about assessment. The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy. 3(3).
  • Gillen, G. (2015). What is the evidence for the effectiveness of interventions to improve occupational performance after stroke? American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69, 6901170010p1-6901170010p3.
  • Gillen, G., Nilsen, D.M., Attridge, J., Banakos, E., Morgan, M., Winterbottom, L., & York, W. (2015). Effectiveness of interventions to improve occupational performance for those with cognitive impairments after stroke: An evidenced based review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69, 6901180040p1-6901180040p9.
  • Nilsen, D.M., Gillen, G., Geller, D., Hreha, K., Osei, E., & Saleem, G. (co first author). (2015). Effectiveness of interventions to improve occupational performance for those with motor impairments after stroke: An evidence-based review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 69, 6901180030p1-6901180030p9.
  • Gillen, G., Nilsen, D.M., Attridge, J., Banakos, E., Morgan, M., Winterbottom, L., & York, W. (2014). What is the evidence for the effectiveness of interventions to improve occupational performance for those with cognitive impairments after stroke? Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association, Evidence-Based Practice Project.  Available online here.
  • Nilsen, D.M., Gillen, G., Geller, D., Hreha, K., Osei, E., & Saleem, G. (co first author). (2014). What is the evidence for the effectiveness of interventions to improve occupational performance for those with motor deficits after stroke? Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association, Evidence-Based Practice Project. Available online here.
  • Gillen, G. (2013). A fork in the road: An occupational hazard? (Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecture). American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 67, 641-652.
  • Castaldy-Fleming, R. & Gillen, G. (co first author). (2013). The issue is: Ensuring that education, certification, and practice are evidence based. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 67, 364-369.
  • Nilsen, D.M., Gillen, G., DiRusso, T., & Gordon, A. (2012). Effect of imagery perspective on occupational performance in persons post-stroke: A randomized control trial. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 66, 30-329.
  • Nobbe, J., Nilsen, D.M., & Gillen, G. (2012). Mental practice is modifiable: Changes in perspective maintenance and vividness post-stroke. Journal of Imagery Research in Sport and Physical Activity, 7(1), 1-16.
  • Stein, J., Bishop, L., Gillen, G., & Helbok, R. (2011). Robot-assisted exercise for hand weakness after stroke: A pilot study. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 90, 887-894.
  • Nilsen, D.M., Gillen, G., Gordon, A. (2010). The use of mental practice to improve upper limb recovery post stroke: A systematic review. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 695-708.
  • Gillen, G. (2010). How well are we meeting the centennial vision in rehabilitation research with a focus on neurorehabilitation? American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 341-356.
  • Gillen, G., Goldberg, R., Muller, S., & Straus, J. (2008). The effect of a wrist position on upper extremity function while wearing a wrist immobilizing splint. Journal of Prosthetics and Orthotics, 20,19-23.
  • Gillen, G., Berger, S.M., Lotia, S., Morreale, J., Siber, M.I., & Trudo, W.J. (2007) Improving community skills after lower extremity joint replacement. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics 24(4), 41-54.
  • Gillen, G., Boiangiu, C., Neuman, M., Reinstein, R., & Schaap, Y. (2007). Trunk posture affects upper extremity function of adults. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 104, 371-380.
  • Gillen, G. (2006). Commentary on exploring social and leisure participation among stroke survivors part two. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation,13,5.
  • Gillen, G. (2006). A comparison of situational and dispositional coping after a stroke. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, 22, 31-59.
  • Gillen, G. (2006). Coping during inpatient stroke rehabilitation: An exploratory study. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 60, 136-145.
  • Curtin M., & Gillen G. (2005). Men who have had a stroke have difficulty managing their time when discharged home. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal , 52, 366.
  • Gillen, G. (2005). Positive consequences of surviving a stroke. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 59, 346-350.
  • Gillen, G., & Wasserman, M. (2004). Mobility: Examining the impact of the environment on transfer performance. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 22, 21-29.
  • Gillen, G. (2002). Improving mobility and community access in an adult with ataxia: A case study. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 56, 462-466.
  • Bear-Lehman, J., Bassile, C.C., & Gillen, G. (2002). A comparison of time-use on an acute rehabilitation unit: Subjects with and without stroke. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 20, 17-28.
  • Gillen, G. (2000). Cognitive-perceptual rehabilitation: The state of the art. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 54, 446-447.
  • Gillen, G. (2000). Improving activities of daily living performance in an adult with ataxia. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 54, 89-96.
  • Gillen, G. (2000). Maximizing independence: Occupational therapy intervention for patients with Parkinson’s Disease. Loss, Grief, & Care: A Journal of Professional Practice, 8, 65-67.

Books/Textbooks for the Medical or Scientific Community

  • Gillen, G. (Ed.). (2016). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (4th ed.). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby. (Note: This book is one of the top textbooks used by items writers for NBCOT certification examination.  The National Stroke Association is using this text as the basis for their online stroke rehabilitation education program, which consists of six modules and is accredited for physical and occupational therapists and assistants.  Each module is valued at 10 contact hours and post-tests and completion certificates are provided.)
  • Gillen, G. (Ed.). (2015). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (3rd ed.) (Japanese translation). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (Ed.). (2015). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (3rd ed.) (Korean translation). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Schell, B.A.B., Gillen, G., & Scaffa, M.E. (Eds.). (2014). Willard and Spackman’s occupational therapy (12th ed.). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. (Note: This is the 12th edition of the first textbook used in the OT profession.  It is currently required reading for 79% and recommended in 9% of OT programs.  This text is peer-reviewed.)
  • Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.) (2012). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (2nd ed.) (Korean translation). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2012). Cognitive and perceptual rehabilitation: Optimizing function (Korean translation). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (Ed.). (2011). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (3rd ed.). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2009). Cognitive and perceptual rehabilitation: Optimizing function. St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). (2008). Stroke rehabilitation: A function based-approach (2nd ed.) (Classical Chinese translation). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). (2006). Stroke rehabilitation: A function based-approach (2nd ed.) (Korean translation). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). (2004). Stroke rehabilitation: A function based-approach (2nd ed.). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). (1998). Stroke rehabilitation: A function based-approach. St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.

Reviews, Chapters, Monographs, and Editorials

  • Gillen, G. (in press). Cerebrovascular accident/stroke. In Schultz-Krohn, W., & Pendleton, H. (Eds.). Pedretti’s occupational therapy: Practice skills for physical disfunction (8th ed.). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (in press). Evaluation and treatment of limited occupational performance secondary to cognitive dysfunction. In Schultz-Krohn, W., & Pendleton, H. (Eds.). Pedretti’s occupational therapy: Practice skills for physical disfunction (8th ed.). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., & Raphael-Greenfield, E. (in press). (co first author). Functional cognitive assessments.  In Hemphill, B., & Urish, C. (Eds.). Assessments in occupational therapy mental health. Slack: Thorofare.
  • Donato, S.M., Pulaski, K.H., & Gillen, G. (2016). Overview of balance impairments: Functional implications. In Gillen, G. (Ed.) Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (4th ed.). (pp. 394-415). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Ryan, P.A., Sullivan, J.W., & Gillen, G. (2016). Activities of daily living adaptations: Managing the environment with one-handed techniques. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (4th ed.). (pp. 136-154). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2016). Trunk control: Supporting functional independence. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (4th ed.). (pp. 360-393). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. & Nilsen, D.M. (2016). Upper extremity function and management. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (4th ed.). (pp. 424-485). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2016). Leisure participation after stroke. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (4th ed.). (pp. 296-308). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. & Brockmann-Rubio, K. (2016). Treatment of cognitive-perceptual impairments: A function-based approach. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (4th ed.). (pp. 612-646). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2016). Managing visuospatial impairments to optimize function. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (4th ed.). (pp. 553-572). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2016). Orthotic devices after stroke. In Gillen, G. (Ed.) Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (4th ed.). (pp. 529-554). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., O’Sullivan, S., & Garbarini, J. (2015). Neurological system disorders. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy assistant review and study guide (3rd ed.) (pp. 163-190). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2015). Neurological approaches and cognitive-perceptual: Evaluation and intervention. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy assistant review and study guide (3rd ed.) (pp. 281-298). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen G. (2014). Occupational therapy interventions for individuals. In Schell, B.A.B., Gillen, G., & Scaffa, M.E. (Eds.). Willard and Spackman’s occupational therapy (12th ed.) (pp. 322-341). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Gillen G. & Schell, B.A.B. (2014). Introduction to evaluation, intervention, and outcomes for occupations. In Schell, B.A.B., Gillen, G., & Scaffa, M.E. (Eds.). Willard and Spackman’s occupational therapy (12th ed.) (pp. 606-609). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Gillen G. (2014). Motor function and occupational performance. In Schell, B.A.B., Gillen, G., & Scaffa, M.E. (Eds.). Willard and Spackman’s occupational therapy (12th ed.) (pp. 750-778). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Crepeau, E.B., Schell, B.A.B., Gillen, G., & Scaffa, M.E. (2014). Analyzing occupations and activity. In Schell, B.A.B., Gillen, G., & Scaffa, M.E. (Eds.). Willard and Spackman’s occupational therapy (12th ed.) (pp. 234-248). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Schell, B.A.B. & Gillen, G. (2014). Overview of theory guided intervention. In Schell, B.A.B., Gillen, G., & Scaffa, M.E. (Eds.). Willard and Spackman’s occupational therapy (12th ed.) (pp. 746-749). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Schell, B.A.B., Gillen, G., Scaffa, M.E., & Cohn, E.S. (2014). Individual variance: Body structures and functions. In Schell, B.A.B., Gillen, G., & Scaffa, M.E. (Eds.). Willard and Spackman’s occupational therapy (12th ed.) (pp. 216-224). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Schell, B.A.B., Scaffa, M.E., Gillen G., & Cohn, E.S. (2014). Contemporary occupational therapy practice. In Schell, B.A.B., Gillen, G., & Scaffa, M.E. (Eds.). Willard and Spackman’s occupational therapy (12th ed.) (pp. 47-58). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
  • Gillen, G., O’Sullivan, S., & Garbarini, J. (2014). Neurological system disorders. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (7th ed.). (pp. 183-216). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2014). Neurological approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (7th ed.). (pp. 311-328). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2014). Cognitive perceptual approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (7th ed.). (pp. 329-338). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2013). Cerebrovascular accident/stroke. In Schultz-Krohn, W., & Pendleton, H. (Eds.). Pedretti’s occupational therapy: Practice skills for physical dysfunction (7th ed.). (pp. 844-880). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2013). Evaluation and treatment of limited occupational performance secondary to cognitive dysfunction. In Schultz-Krohn, W., & Pendleton, H. (Eds.). Pedretti’s occupational therapy: Practice skills for physical dysfunction (7th ed.). (pp. 648-677). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2013). Degenerative neurologic diseases. In Early, M. (Ed.). Physical dysfunction practice skills for the occupational therapy assistant (3rd ed.). (pp. 515-533). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., O’Sullivan, S., & Garbarini, J. (2012). Neurological system disorders. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (6th ed.). (pp. 147-174). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2012). Neurological approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (6th ed.). (pp. 242-259). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2012). Cognitive perceptual approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (6th ed.). (pp. 262-267). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2011). Trunk control: Supporting functional independence. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (3rd ed.). (pp. 156-188). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2011). Upper extremity function and management. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (3rd ed.). (pp. 218-279). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2011). Leisure participation after stroke. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (3rd ed.). (pp. 735-747). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., & Brockmann-Rubio, K. (2011). Treatment of cognitive-perceptual impairments: A function-based approach. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (3rd ed.). (pp. 501-533). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2011). Managing visuospatial impairments to optimize function. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (3rd ed.). (pp. 417-437). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Milazzo, S., & Gillen, G. (co first author) (2011). Splinting applications. In Gillen, G. (Ed.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (3rd ed.). (pp. 326-349). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., O’Sullivan, S., & Garbarini, J. (2010). Neurological system disorders. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy assistant review and study guide (2nd ed.). (pp. 148-169). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2010). Neurological and cognitive-perceptual approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy assistant review and study guide (2nd ed.). (pp. 242-257). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G., O’Sullivan, S., & Garbarini, J. (2009). Neurological system disorders. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (5th ed.). (pp. 147-173). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2009). Neurological approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (5th ed.). (pp. 242-259). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2009). Cognitive perceptual approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (5th ed.). (pp. 262-266). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G., O’Sullivan, S., & Garbarini, J. (2008). Neurological system disorders. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (4th ed.). (pp. 146-172). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2008). Neurological approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (4th ed.). (pp. 240-257). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2008). Cognitive perceptual approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Fleming-Castaldy, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification review and study guide (4th ed.). (pp. 260-264). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2006). Cerebral vascular accident. In Schultz-Krohn, W., & Pendleton, H. (Eds.). Pedretti’s occupational therapy: Practice skills for physical dysfunction (6th ed.). (pp. 802-837). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2006). Degenerative neurologic diseases. In Early, M. (Ed.). Physical dysfunction practice skills for the occupational therapy assistant (2nd ed.) St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., O’Sullivan, S., & Garbarini, J. (2005). Neurological system disorders. In Cottrell, R. (Ed.). National Occupational Therapy Assistant Review and Study Guide. (pp. 116-134). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2005). Neurological and cognitive-perceptual approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Cottrell, R. (Ed.). National Occupational Therapy Assistant Review and Study Guide. (pp. 189-205). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2005). Case rapport: Forbedring af mobilitet og udendørs færden hos en voksen med ataksi. In Albert, H., Hovmand, B., Lund, H., Winkel, & Sørenson, L.V. (Eds.). Case rapport: en grundbog i praksisformidling (pp. 159-166). Kobenhavn: Munksaard Danmark.
  • Gillen, G. (2004). Trunk control: A prerequisite for functional independence. In Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (2nd ed.). (pp. 119-144). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (2004). Upper extremity function and management. In Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (2nd ed.). (pp. 172-218). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., Whyte, N., & Supon, D. (2004). Leisure participation after stroke. In Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (2nd ed.). (pp. 633-645). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Brockmann-Rubio, K., & Gillen, G. (2004). Treatment of cognitive-perceptual impairments: A function-based approach. In Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (2nd ed.). (pp. 427-446). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Milazzo, S., & Gillen, G. (2004). Splinting applications. In Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach (2nd ed.). (pp. 229-252). St. Louis: Elsevier Science/Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., O’Sullivan, S., & Garbarini, J. (2004). Neurological system disorders. In Cottrell, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification exam review and study guide (3rd ed.). (pp. 123-145). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2004). Neurological approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Cottrell, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification exam review and study guide (3rd ed.). (pp. 216-232). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2004). Cognitive perceptual approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Cottrell, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification exam review and study guide (3rd ed.). (pp. 243-246). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G., O’Sullivan, S., & Garbarini, J. (2002). Neurological system disorders. In Cottrell, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification exam review and study guide (2nd ed.). (pp. 118-140). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2002). Neurological approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Cottrell, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification exam review and study guide (2nd ed.). (pp. 208-224). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2002). Cognitive perceptual approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Cottrell, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification exam review and study guide (2nd ed.). (pp. 235-238). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2001). Cerebral vascular accident. In Pedretti, L., & Early M. (Eds.). Occupational therapy: Practice skills for physical dysfunction (5th ed.). (pp. 643-670). St. Louis: Mosby.
  • Gillen, G., O’Sullivan, S., & Garbarini, J. (2001). Neurological system disorders. In Cottrell, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification exam review and study guide. (pp. 106-128). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2001). Neurological approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Cottrell, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification exam review and study guide. (pp. 192-208). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2001). Cognitive perceptual approaches: Evaluation and intervention. In Cottrell, R. (Ed.). National occupational therapy certification exam review and study guide. (pp. 218-222). Concord: International Educational Resources.
  • Gillen, G. (2000). Spasticity management and rehabilitation strategies (review). American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 54, 232.
  • Gillen, G. (2000). Maximizing independence: Occupational therapy intervention for patients with Parkinson’s disease. In Cote, L., Sprinzeles, L., & Kutscher, A. (Eds.). Parkinson’s disease and quality of life. (pp. 65-67). New York:Hawthorne Press.
  • Gillen, G. (1998). Trunk control: A prerequisite for functional independence. In Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach. (pp. 69-89). St. Louis: Mosby.
  • Gillen, G. (1998). Upper extremity function and management. In Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach. (pp. 109-151). St. Louis: Mosby.
  • Milazzo, S., & Gillen, G. (1998). Splinting applications. In Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach. (pp. 161-184). St. Louis: Mosby.
  • Pavlou, T.A., Burkhardt, A., & Gillen, G. (1998). COTA/OTR partnerships: Teamwork to enhance living skills. In Gillen, G., & Burkhardt, A. (Eds.). Stroke rehabilitation: A function-based approach. (pp. 525-535). St. Louis: Mosby.

Other Media

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