Pamela A. Miller, MA, OTR
Academic Fieldwork Coordinator
- B.S., Occupational Therapy, Utica College of Syracuse University
- M.A., Rehabilitation Counseling, New York University
Coordinator of clinical education component of student program, bridging theory and practice.
Fieldwork coordinator, faculty advisor, master’s project advisor, curriculum development.
Professional Awards, Recognitions, Activities
- AOTA’s Certificate of Recognition for “Excellence In and Advancement of Fieldwork Education”
- Founding member: Metropolitan Occupational Therapy Education Council (MOTEC)
- Annual MOTEC lecturer on “Emerging Issues in Fieldwork”
- State lecture series: “Supervising the Failing Student”
- Curriculum and admissions committees
- Recruitment coordinator
Selected Publications & Presentations
- Falk-Kessler, J., Kalina, J., & Miller, P., (2012) The influence of occupational therapy on resilience in individuals with multiple sclerosis. International Journal of MS Care. 14:160-168.
- Kalina, J., Falk-Kessler, J., Miller, P., Bacon, J., Herbert, J. (2010). The effect of occupational therapy on resilience of patients with multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis, 16: S332
- Falk-Kessler J, & Miller , P (2008) Resilience and Its Relationship to Adaptation. The American Occupational Therapy Association’s Annual Conference, Long Beach, CA
- Falk-Kessler J, & Miller , P. (2006) Using the Matrix Method to Understand Resilience and its Role in Occupational Therapy. AOTA Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC
- McCreedy, P. & Miller, P. (2004) The Marginal Student: Proactive Preparation and Problem-Solving in Fieldwork; in Costa, D., The Essential Guide to Occupational Therapy Fieldwork Education: Resources for Today’s Educators and Practitioners; Bethesda: AOTA Press.