Clinical Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy
Phone: (212) 998-5851
Sally Poole is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy. As a certified hand therapist, her teaching areas include general orthopedic topics, administration and professional issues, splinting, occupational therapy management of the upper extremity, and advanced treatment techniques in OT. She maintains a private practice, specializing in hand therapy, and is an active member of the American Society of Hand Therapists.
She is currently pursuing a clinical doctorate in occupational therapy.
New York University
New York University
- 2007 : Approved as "Provider of Continuing Education" by the NY State Occupational Therapy Association (NYSOTA)
- 2001 : Honorary Member, Hand Therapy Society of Venezuela
- Bear-Lehman, J., & Poole, S. E. (2011). The presence and impact of stress reactions on disability among patients with arm injury. Journal of Hand Therapy, 24, 2, 89-94.
- Buckley, K.A. & Poole, S. (in press) Activity Analysis. In J. Hinojosa and M. Blount (Eds.), The texture of life: Purposeful activities in occupational therapy. Bethesda, MD: AOTA.
- Poole, S. (2006). Acute hand injuries. In M. B. Early Physical disabilities for the occupational therapy assistant (2nd ed.) St. Louis, MO: Mosby.
- Buckley, K. A., & Poole, S. (2004). Activity analysis. In J. Hinojosa and M. Blount (Eds.), The texture of life: Purposeful activities in occupational therapy, (2nd ed., pp.69-114). Bethesda, MD: AOTA.
- Hinojosa, J., & Poole, S. (2003). Ethical issues and the use of physical agent modalities by occupational therapists. In D. M. Baily & S. Schwartzberg (Eds.), Ethical and legal dilemmas in occupational therapy. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.
- Hinojosa, J., Poole, S., Kyler,P. (2003). Modalities and Domain of Practice. In D. M. Baily and S. Schwartzberg (Eds.), Ethical and legal dilemmas in occupational therapy (2nd ed.). Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.
- Kasch, M., Poole, S., & Hedl, M. (1997). Acute hand injuries. In M. B. Early (Ed.), Physical disabilities for the occupational therapy assistant. St. Louise, MO: Mosby.
- OT-GE 2000 - New Student Seminar
- OT-GE 2039 - Medical and Psychological Conditions
- OT-GE 2701 - Foundations of Occupational Therapy
- OT-GE 2710 - Kinesiology
- OT-GE 2741 - Evaluation and Intervention: Orthopedic Perspective
- OT-GE 2801 - Advanced Upper Quadrant Anatomy
- Advanced Upper Quadrant Evaluation & Treatment
- Patient Outcomes
- Managed Care & its effect on the delivery of OT services to the hand injured patients
- Physical and psychological impact on patients with traumatic hand injuries