Jaclyn Schwartz

Jaclyn Schwartz

Education:

  • PhD, Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • MS, Occupational Therapy, Washington University in St. Louis
  • BS, Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Texas at Austin

Research Interests

Dr. Schwartz studies how assistive technology and environmental interventions can enable children with chronic health conditions (and their families) to live healthy productive lives. Her work focuses on using client-centered approaches to improve adherence to interventions. Dr. Schwartz also works to develop new technologies to assist clients, families, and health care practitioners throughout the evaluation and intervention process.

Select Publications:

Schwartz, J.K. & Smith, R. O. (2015). A win-win: Benefits to student engagement in intervention research. American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 69(5).

Schwartz, J.K. (2015). Single-subject analysis of an occupational therapy intervention for medication nonadherence. Proceedings of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine 2015 Conference, Dallas, TX.

Schwartz, J. K. & Smith, R.O. (2014). A critical review of assistive technology in medication management assessment and intervention. Proceedings of the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America 2014 Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Schwartz, J. K., O'Brien, C., Edyburn, K., Ahamed, S.I., & Smith, R.O. (2013). Smartphone based solutions to measure the built environment and enable participation. Proceedings of the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America 2013 Conference, Bellevue, WA.

Schwartz, J. K., Stoffel, V.C., & Neubauer, M. (in press). Volunteer and service occupations. In C. Brown & V. Stoffel (Eds.) Occupational therapy in mental health: A vision for participation (2nd ed.). F. A. Davis Company.

Schwartz, J. K. & Brown, C. (in press). Activities of daily living and instrumental activities of daily living. In C. Brown & V. Stoffel (Eds.) Occupational therapy in mental health: A vision for participation (2nd ed.). F. A. Davis Company.

Stoffel, V. C., Lee, S., Schwartz, J. K., & Grossberg, G. (in press). Mental health & common psychiatric disorders associated with aging. In K. Barney & P. Perkinson (Eds.), Geriatric Occupational Therapy, St. Louis, MO: Elsevier.