Division of Rehabilitation Sciences Biographies Kimberly Hreha, EdD, OTR/L Kimberly P. Hreha, EdD, OTR/LAssistant Professor, Division of Rehabilitation SciencesEmail: email@example.com | Research Expert Profile Research Area: Rehabilitation outcomes, stroke, intervention studies, implementation, vision EducationPostdoctoral Fellowship 2018 The University of Washington, Seattle WA, Department of Rehabilitation MedicineEdD 2017 Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, Movement Science and Occupational Therapy MS 2006 Misericordia University, Dallas PA, Occupational TherapyBS 2005 Misericordia University, Dallas PA, PsychologyCurrent FundingNIH/NICHD K12 HD055929 (PI Ottenbacher)Rehabilitation Research Career Development Program Role: Scholar, 2018 - presentSelect Publications Hreha, K., Smith, A., Wong, J., Mroz, T., Fogelberg, D., Molton, I. (e-published 2019). Impact of secondary health conditions on social role participation for a long-term physical disability cohort. Psychology, Health, and Medicine. DOI: 10.1080/13548506.2019.1595684 Wong, J., Alschuler, K.N., Mroz, T. M., Hreha, K., Molton, I. (2019). Identification of targets for improving access to care in persons with long-term physical disability. Disability and Health. Hreha, K. & Noce, N. (2018). Implementation of a multi-disciplinary diabetes self-management training class in acute rehabilitation. Occupational Therapy in Health Care.1-10.Hreha, K., Chaudhari, A., Kong, Y., Maduri, P., & Barrett, A.M. (2018). Illustrating “where” spatial perception versus memory-based representation: spatial neglect in a distinguished artist, a case report. Neurocase. 24(3): 151-155. Oh-Park, M., Chen, P., Romel-Nichols, V., Hreha, K., Boukrina, O., Barrett, A.M. (2018). Delirium screening and management in inpatient rehabilitation facilities. American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 97(10):754-762. Hreha, K., Noce, N., Nilsen, D.M., & Gillen, G. (2018) Feasibility and effectiveness of using prism adaptation to treat motor function and spatial neglect in stroke survivors with multiple incidents of stroke. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 25(4): 305-311. Chen, P., Fyffe, D., & Hreha, K. (2017). Informal caregivers' burden and stress in caring for stroke survivors with spatial neglect: An exploratory mixed-method study. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. 24(1): 24-33. Hreha, K., Mulry, C. Jedziniak, T., Gross, M., Gruendike, A., Ohevshalom, L., Elka, N. & AM Barrett (2016). Assessing chronic stroke survivors with aphasia sheds light on prevalence of spatial neglect. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 1-8. Chen, P., Ward, I., Khan, U., Liu, Y., Hreha, K. (2016). Spatial neglect hinders success of inpatient rehabilitation in individuals with traumatic brain injury, a retrospective study. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 30(5): 451-460.Roberts, P., Rizzo, J.R., Hreha, K., Wertheimer, J., Kaldenberg, J., Hironaka, D., Riggs, R., & Colenbrander, A. (2016). A conceptual model for vision rehabilitation. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 53(6): 693-704.Chen, P., Hreha, K., Kong, Y., & Barrett, A.M. (2015). Impact of spatial neglect on stroke rehabilitation: evidence from the setting of an inpatient rehabilitation facility. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 96(8): 1458-1466. Chen, P., Chen, C., Hreha, K., Goedert, K.M., & Barrett, A.M. (2015). Kessler foundation neglect assessment process (KFNAP) uniquely measures symptoms of spatial neglect during everyday activities. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 96 (5): 869-876. Chen, P., Hreha, K., Fortis, P., Goedert, K.M., & Barrett, A.M. (2012). Functional assessment of spatial neglect: A review of the Catherine Bergego Scale and an introduction of the Kessler Foundation Neglect Assessment Process. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. 19 (5): 423–435.