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Ms. Katie Cremin

Assistant Professor (Occupational Therapy)
TRINITY CENTRE, S J H


Dr Katie Cremin has been working as an Assistant Professor in the Discipline of Occupational Therapy (OT) Trinity College Dublin (TCD) since 2002. She completed her PhD in the area of secondary school and students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, with a specific focus on parents, teachers and peers. The intervention aspect of the project was carried out in secondary schools and examined the effectiveness of an autism acceptance program for students. She has experience working in child and adolescent mental health (CAMHS) and remains closely allied to this area in her teaching and research. She co-ordinates the undergraduate occupational therapy modules related to children and youth. Katie has also works collaboratively with the National Council for Special Education and contributes to teacher CPD courses.
  Child centred research questions, study design, data analysis   Childhood and mental health   Children, health and disability   Health informatics   Occupational therapy   Promotion of child centred research
 INVESTIGATION OF SCRIBA STYLUS AS A TOOL FOR PAEDIATRIC OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PRACTICE
 The Transition from Primary to Post Primary School for students in mainstream education with Autistic Spectrum Disorder in Ireland
 Normative temporal balance tests in Irish children aged 4 -15
 An exploration of the participation of children with fine motor difficulties and the impact of occupational therapy intervention
 A Pilot Randomized Control Trial of the effectiveness of "The Alert Programme" for children with Regulation difficulties attending a child and adolescent mental health service

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Details Date From Date To
Association of Occupational Therapists Ireland
Sensory Integration Network - UK and Ireland
Peadiatric Advisory group AOTI
Walsh-GarcĂ­a, S., Cremin, K., Spirtos, M., Occupational therapists' knowledge and practice in relation to children experiencing complex trauma - survey of current occupational therapy practice in Ireland, Association of Occupational Therapists of Ireland Annual Conference, Athlone, 7-8th October 2022, 2022, Oral Presentation, PUBLISHED  URL
Cremin, K., Healy, O., Spirtos, M., & Quinn, S. , Autism awareness interventions for children and adolescents: A scoping review., Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities. , 33, 2021, p27 - 50, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Spirtos, M., Cremin, K., Butler, E., Rudd, W., The assessment and diagnosis of handwriting disorders in children - Occupational therapy consensus and potential assessment pathway., AOTI Conference 2021, Dublin, Ireland., October 8-9, 2021, 2021, Oral Presentation, PUBLISHED
Katie Cremin, Second Level Education and Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Exploration of Peer, Parent and Teacher Experiences , TCD, 2018, Thesis, PUBLISHED
Cremin, K., Healy, O, & Gordon, M. , Parental perceptions on the transition to secondary school for their child with autism, Advances in Autism , 3, (2), 2017, p87 - 99, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Katie Cremin, Cillin Condon, Static Balance Norms In Children Aged 4-15, Physiotherapy Research International, 19, (1), 2014, p1-7 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Katie Cremin, Sarah Governey, THE PROCESS OF TRANSITION TO SECONDARY SCHOOL FOR FIVE CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL COORDINATION DISORDER (DCD)., Irish Journal of Occupational Therapy, 40, (1), 2013, Journal Article, ACCEPTED
Katie Cremin, Cillin Condon, Static Balance Norms In Children Aged 4-15, AOTI Annual Confernce 2013, Mullingar Park Hotel, 2013, Meeting Abstract, PUBLISHED
Katie Cremin, Cillin Condon, Variations in Timed Unilateral Balance abilities in Children in Ireland aged 4-15, Fundamental Movement Skill Conference , UCC, April 2013, 2013, Poster, PUBLISHED
Katie Cremin, Dr Michael Gordon and Dr Kristen Maglieri, Katie Cremin, Dr Michael Gordon and Dr Kristen Maglieri , Children's Research Centre and SchParental perceptions on the transition to post primary school for their child with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Irish Society for Autism Conference - The Next Generation, National Convention Centre, 3rd - 4th April 2013, 2013, Poster, PUBLISHED
  

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Katie Cremin, Social and emotional factors in the transition to secondary school for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Autism, anxiety and mental health awareness day, The Lexicon in Dun Laoghaire, 14th April 2018, 2018, Oral Presentation, PUBLISHED

  

Award Date
National Disability Authority: An exploration of the participation of children with fine motor difficulties and the impact of occupational therapy intervention. . November 2006 - November 2007
National Development Plan: The use of digital video resources in occupational therapy education. Teaching and developement grant. June 2003 - June 2004
Norah Ferris Post-Graduate Research award 2001
Children and youth, activity and participation, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Processing, Play,