February 25, 2016
Dr. Christine Raber of SSU’s Master of Occupational Therapy program was selected for her outstanding work in rehabilitation of dementia patients.
Dr. Christine Raber, Professor of Shawnee State University’s Master of Occupational Therapy program, was selected as the feature researcher in OhioLINK’s Researcher Profiles for her outstanding work in rehabilitation of dementia patients.
Mary Cummings, Research and Instruction Librarian at the Clark Memorial Library, is a member of OhioLINK’s User’s Services panel and nominated Dr. Raber as an outstanding researcher.
“To me, nominating Dr. Raber just made sense. Her research to improve the quality of the lives of people with dementia is admirable,” said Cummings. “She has presented her research all around the world, including in the UK, Sweden and Japan. She is an incredibly intelligent and professional woman and I admire all the work she puts into her research. ”
Dr. Raber utilized the many benefits of OhioLINK, including its array of search engines, and resources at the CML to facilitate her mission to improve the lives of those living with dementia.
“I feel very honored that my research was highlighted by OhioLINK, but really the profile underscores the essential services and support of the librarians and staff at CML. SSU is very fortunate to have the depth and breadth of library services, including OhioLINK, to support scholarship and a culture of inquiry at all levels on our campus,” said Dr. Raber.
To read the full article featuring Dr. Raber, go to OhioLINK’s website at https://www.ohiolink.edu/press/raber_uses_ohiolink_resources_anywhere_anytime_further_dementia_research.