Glen Gillen

Glen Gillen, EdD, OTR, FAOTA,is currently a member of the full-time faculty at Columbia Universitys College of Physicians and Surgeons. He has authored over 50 publications including textbooks, chapters, and peerreviewed research. Glen is best known in the neurorehabilitation community for his contribution to the literature, the textbook Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function-Based Approach third edition and Cognitive and Perceptual Rehabilitation: Optimizing Function both published by Elsevier. Glens experience spans the continuum of care from acute to long term care. A past recipient of AOTFs Award for Clinical Excellence in Rehabilitation and AOTAs Recognition of Achievement Award, Glen lectures extensively on the local, state, national, and university level regarding multiple topics related to neurorehabilitation. He maintains a clinical caseload working in the areas of acute care and inpatient rehabilitation. He serves on several editorial boards for journals related to physical medicine and rehabilitation.

Dr. Glen Gillen Ed.D., OTR, FAOTA has been selected as the 2013 AOTA Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lecturer.

The Slagle lectureship award is one of the highest honors in occupational therapy and recognizes an AOTA member who has creatively contributed to the development of the body of knowledge of the profession through research, education, and/or clinical practice. Dr. Gillen's lecture will be given at the AOTA Annual Conference & Expo in San Diego, California in 2013

Financial: Glen Gillen receives a honorarium from Education Resources as well as royalty payments from Elsevier Publishers.
Non-Financial: Hehasno relevant nonfinancial relationships to disclose.

Glen's Courses:

Evaluation and Treatment of Cognitive-Perceptual Problems: A Function-Based Approach

Treatment of the Neurologic Upper Extremity

What others are saying:

"I like the incorporaton of AOL into all of the treatments with explanation of rationale for evidence based practice - very neatly tied together." -Kathi Grant, OT

"A wonderful course! Dynamic and engaging presenter.Great job!" -Bea Henriksson, OT

"Glen used a great mix of lecture, slides, personal stories and video to keep the course interesting.I definitely feel that I have learned some great ways to improve my clinical skills as an OT." -Stacy Munson, OT

"I really enjoyed this course. Glen is a knowledgable and dynamic speaker. I have many new interventions and strategies to bring back to my patients." -Patty Potter, OT