Melissa Zahl
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Problematic secondary health conditions among adults with spinal cord injury and its impact on social participation and daily life
JA Piatt, S Nagata, M Zahl, J Li, JP Rosenbluth
The journal of spinal cord medicine 39 (6), 693-698, 2016
692016
Community integration: Showcasing the evidence for therapeutic recreation services
NJ Stumbo, A Wilder, M Zahl, D DeVries, S Pegg, J Greenwood, JE Ross
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 49 (1), 35, 2015
412015
Examining how the perception of health can impact participation and autonomy among adults with spinal cord injury
JA Piatt, M Van Puymbroeck, M Zahl, JP Rosenbluth, MS Wells
Topics in spinal cord injury rehabilitation 22 (3), 165-172, 2016
152016
The role of high school physical activity experience in college students’ physical activity motivation
JS Madonia, AE Cox, ML Zahl
International journal of exercise science 7 (2), 1, 2014
132014
SCI/D forum to increase active living: The effect of a self-efficacy and self-affirmation based SCI/D forum on active living in adults with spinal cord injury/disease
ML Zahl, DM Compton, K Kim, JP Rosenbluth
SCI Psychosocial Process 21 (2), 5-13, 2008
122008
The effect of a self-efficacy based forum on life satisfaction for individuals with spinal cord injury or disease
A Rose, JA Piatt, M Zahl, K Kim
Annual in Therapeutic Recreation 16, 49-56, 2008
102008
Trend analysis of therapeutic recreation curricula: 1970-2013
A Wilder, M Zahl, J Greenwood, MJ Carter, NJ Stumbo
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 49 (2), 118, 2015
62015
Interprofessional education and experiences within therapeutic recreation education
M Zahl, J Greenwood, K Ramella, AM Sullivan, A Wilder
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 50 (4), 291, 2016
52016
The Impact of a University Approved Diversity Course on Undergraduate Students’ Multicultural Awareness
L Richardson, J Volberding, ML Zahl
SCHOLE: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education 35 (1), 28-40, 2020
22020
Aging with spinal cord injury: implications for therapeutic recreation services
NJ Stumbo, M Zahl, S Pegg, JE Ross
Annual in Therapeutic Recreation 22, 2014
12014
Efficacy Of A Community-based Physical Activity Program To Reduce Symptom Severity Of Ptsd Among Military Veterans: 756
M Bateman, M Zahl, T Passmore
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 53 (8S), 253, 2021
2021
2018 Curriculum Study Part A: University, Faculty, and Student Characteristics
M Zahl, N Stumbo, MJ Carter, A Wilder, J Greenwood
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 55 (3), 283-303, 2021
2021
2018 Curriculum Study Part B: Accreditation and Curriculum/Internship Characteristics
M Zahl, N Stumbo, J Greenwood, MJ Carter, A Wilder
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 55 (3), 304-321, 2021
2021
The Role of Recreational Therapy and Allied Therapies in Rehabilitation after Spinal Cord Injury
M Zahl, M Bateman, JM DeFreitas, M Mwavita, G Horneber
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 54 (1), 1-16, 2020
2020
The Experience Of Community Re-Entry Intervention from the Perspective of The Patient With a Stroke
M Zahl, M Miller, G Horneber
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 99 (10), e103, 2018
2018
Therapeutic alliance and the relationship with motivation for recreational therapy treatment
ML Zahl, T Passmore, F CTRS-L, T Cudd
American Journal of Recreation Therapy 16 (1), 26-32, 2017
2017
The Best Combination of Therapy Treatment Units to Predict Discharge FIM Score Among A Stroke Population
M Zahl, G Horneber, J Piatt, M Mwavita
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 97 (10), e44, 2016
2016
Boundless Playground: Inclusive playground developed by 501C3 organization in cooperation with local communities
ML Zahl, K Morse, JA Piatt
Therapeutic Recreation Journal 48 (4), 345, 2014
2014
Using the Dementia Practice Guidelines in a home setting: A case study
M Stocco, ML Zahl
American Journal of Recreation Therapy 13 (1), 36-44, 2014
2014
No. 324 The Impact of Perceived Health on Autonomy and Participation Among a SCI Population
JA Piatt, MS Wells, M Zahl, M Vanpuymbroeck
PM&R 8 (6), S156, 2014
2014
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