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IC60: Ideas to Innovation: Student Design Projects and Capstone Projects

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This course was developed to assist the attendee with find resources in their area of practice to help them bring concepts and ideas into development and eventually to the market place. This course focuses on the development and progression of a Capstone Project, where an idea can become a reality by using the resources available thru partnering with an academic institution. The course offers perspectives from the academic/conceptual side and the therapy/practical side.

 

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this session, attendees will be able to;

 

Faculty:

Mark P. Warner, PT, ATP
Va Medical Center Dayton, Oh
Dayton, Ohio
United States

Mark graduated from the Physical Therapy Program at The Ohio State University in 1992. His first 15 years of practice was in pediatrics, in 2008 he became the PM&R Mobility Clinic Coordinator at the Dayton VA. Mark sees a variety of clients from manual w/c’s/scooters to complex power wheelchairs & adaptive sports equipment. Mark’s first career was as a landscaping foreman for 15 years where his skills with creating and working on equipment began.

Carmen P. Digiovine, PhD, ATP/SMS, RET
The Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio
United States

Carmen P. DiGiovine is a Rehabilitation Engineer and is currently a Clinical Associate Professor in the Occupational Therapy Division and the Biomedical Engineering Department at The Ohio State University.  He is also the Director of Rehabilitation Science and Technology for the Assistive Technology Center at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. He has presented at national and international conferences for the past 20 years, and regularly teaches a courses at The Ohio State University.

Mary Goldberg, PhD
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
United States

Mary Goldberg, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology at the University of Pittsburgh.  She has a background in education with a concentration in rehabilitation science; psychology; and Spanish.  Dr. Goldberg received her PhD in Administrative and Policy Studies of Education with a focus on online learning in assistive technology and her additional research interests include program evaluation, STEM education, and international capacity building in assistive technology.

Sandra Anstaett Metzler, D. Sc., P.E.¬
The Ohio State University
Columbus, Ohio
United States

 

References:

    1. McClelland, M. & Kleinke, D. (2013). Improving Lives Using Multidisciplinary Education: Partnering to Benefit Community, Innovation, Health, and Technology. Journal of Nursing Education.
    2. Howard, T., Culley, S. & Dekoninck, E. (2008). Describing the Creative Design Process by the Integration of Engineering Design and Cognitive Psychology Literature Design Studies.
    3. Hanumara, N. C., Begg, N. D., Walsh, C. J., Custer, D., Gupta, R., Osborn, L. R. & Slocum, A. H. (2013). Classroom to Clinic: Merging Education and Research to Efficiently Prototype Medical Devices. IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine.



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