Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy and a secondary appointment to Family and Community Medicine
Sherry Muir is a master clinical therapist who has worked with patients in a variety of rural acute care, outpatient clinic, home health and rehabilitation settings for over 20 years.
OT in Primary Care and entry-level doctoral education
Killian, C., Fisher, G., & Muir, S. (in press). Primary Care: A New Context for Applied Scholarship. OT in Healthcare; for the Special Issue on Scholarship of Practice.
Muir, S., Henderson-Kalb, J., Eichler, J., Serfas, K., & Jennison, C. (2014). Occupational therapy in primary care: An emerging area of practice. OT Practice, AOTA Learn Continuing Education Article. August 25, 2014, CE1-CE8 Invited author.
Roberts, P., Farmer, M., Lamb, A., Muir, S., Siebert, C. (2014) The Role of Occupational Therapy in Primary Care. 19th Edition of the Reference Manual of the Official Documents of the American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc. (In-press). Invited author.
Muir, S. (2012). OT in primary care: We should be there. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, July/August, 66(5), 506-510. Invited editorial.
Coppard, B., Berthelette. M., Gaffney, D., Muir, S., Reitz, M., Yarett-Slater, D. (2009). Why continue two points of entry education for occupational therapists? OT Practice, March 9, 10-14.
Coppard, B., Berthelette. M., Gaffney, D., Muir, S., Reitz, M., Yarett-Slater, D. (2009). Why Continue Two Points of Entry Education for Occupational Therapists? OT Practice, March 9, 10-14.
Muir, S. (1991). A survey of upper extremity prosthetic usage patterns in a pediatric population. Texas Scottish Rite Hospital, Unpublished manuscript, Texas Women's University, Program in Occupational Therapy, Dallas TX