"The Effects of Therapeutic Cold Application on Skin Temperature and Blood Flow:” Beissner, KL; Patterson, K; Parkinson, D. Poster presented at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Section Meeting in San Antonio, TX February 3-7, 1993.
“Using and Selecting Graphic Techniques to Acquire Structural Knowledge.” Beissner, KL; Jonassen, DH; and Grabowski, BL. Platform presentation. Association for Educational Communications and Technology Conference in New Orleans, LA. Jan 13-17, 1993.
“A Comparison of Lecture Versus Self-Instruction in Notewriting.” Beissner, KL, Thein, LA. (1992) Platform presentation. American Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference in Denver, CO June 14-18, 1992.
“Do Multiple Multiples Multiply Test Anxiety?” Thein LA, Beissner KL. Platform presentation. American Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference in Denver, CO June 14-18, 1992.
“HyperPatients: Computerized Practice in Treatment Planning.” Poster session - Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Orlando, FL February 2, 1991.
“Learning Strategies as a Tool for Improving Problem Solving.” Invited paper presentation - Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association, Orlando, FL February 2, 1991.
“A Model for Clinical Reasoning Instruction.” Beissner KL, Hollins N, Grabowski BL. Platform presentation. Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Convention in Anaheim, CA, February 2, 1990.
“Conveying Structural Knowledge Through Implicit Strategies,” in symposium: “Conveying, Assessing, and Learning Strategies for Structural Knowledge.” Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Convention in Anaheim, CA, February 3, 1990.
“Multiple Uses of Student Performance Evaluations in Clinical Education” Edward Kelly Evaluation Conference, in Syracuse, NY. April 14, 1989.
“Course Sequencing with Multiple Strands Using the Elaboration Theory.” Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Convention; Dallas, TX. Feb 5, 1989.
Non-Peer Reviewed Presentations Practical Strategies to Reduce Falls. K Beissner and T Hoppenrath. Web module published by the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute. Spring 2004.
“Home or an Assisted-Living Environment? Tools to Help Decide” Presented with Carol Knight. Ithaca College Gerontology Institute Workshop, Ithaca, NY, 2/7/00.
“Enhancing Autonomy and Safety in the Home Environment.” Finger Lakes Geriatric Education Center workshop in Hopewell, NY, September 23, 1999.
“Practical Approaches to the Use of Functional Outcome Measures in Home Health.” Physical Therapy ‘98: Scientific Meeting and Exposition of The American Physical Therapy Association. Orlando, FL 6/98.
“Practical Strategies for Reducing Falls.” Ithaca College Gerontology Workshop 11/98; Ithaca, NY
“Current Trends in Electrical Stimulation.” Annual Clinical Supervisor Workshop 5/91; Ithaca, NY
“Facilitating Students’ Clinical Problem Solving.” Annual Clinical Supervisor Workshop 5/90; Ithaca, NY
“Medical and Social Aspects of AIDS.” Annual Clinical Supervisor Workshop 5/89; Ithaca, NY
“Student Evaluation in Clinical Education.” Annual Clinical Supervisor Workshop 5/88; Ithaca, NY
“How It Works: The Physiology of Exercise.” Shapely Expectations: Exercise Instructor Training Workshop for Dallas Area Parental Education. 5/86
Funded/In Review Grant Activity: Murtaugh CM (PI), Reid MC (co-PI). Beissner K (investigator), Bach E. (investigator). Managing Pain to Decrease Disability. R01. AHQR. Funded 2012. Cary Reid (PI), Elaine Wethington, Katherine Beissner. $50,000. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Exercise Therapy in Community Settings. 2007-
2009. NIH (R03). Beissner, K. Finger Lakes Geriatric Education Center (2010-2013), subcontract: Chronic Pain Self-Management. Beissner, Katherine. $800. October 2004. Home Environments and Everyday Competence in Old Age: Ithaca College Gerontology Institute Grant