Hannah Oldenburg, EdD, OTR/L, BCPR
EdD-Doctorate in Education; Curriculum Development Emphasis; University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences
MA in Occupational Therapy; St. Catherine University
BS in Kinesiology; Emphasis in Human Performance; University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Research Summary / Interests
Dr. Oldenburg’s scholarship regarding clinical research as well as scholarship of teaching and
- Studying populations and occupational therapy service delivery processes in regards to standardized and functional cognitive tool use in acute care
- Learning processes in preparation for and during experiential contexts (i.e., fieldwork) in adult rehabilitation contexts
- Advancing knowledge dissemination regarding acute care practice, leadership, and education topics as a co-founder and editor in chief of the Journal of Acute Care for Occupational Therapy (JACOT).
Dr. Oldenburg has over ten years of experience in acute care practice serving a variety of adult populations at Mayo Clinic-Rochester (i.e., orthopedic, general medicine, cardiopulmonary, and intensive care). She also has home health care experience serving urban and rural communities with a variety of adult and older adult populations and housing contexts.
Foundations of Occupational Therapy; Professional Development; Level I Fieldwork