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.
Patient transfers, entry-level doctoral training, patient centered medical home
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 Texas Scottish Rite Hospital, Unpublished manuscript, Texas Women's University, Program in Occupational Therapy, Dallas TX