Curriculum Vitae – Christine Guptill


CURRICULUM VITAE – CHRISTINE GUPTILL, PHD, OT (AB)

CREDENTIALS

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Alberta
  • Chair, Education Committee, Performing Arts Medicine Association
  • Vice-chair, Research Committee, Performing Arts Medicine Association
  • Member, Board of Directors, Performing Arts Medicine Association
  • Co-founder, Health Advisory Team, National Youth Orchestra Canada

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Musicians’ health and well-being
  • Injury prevention
  • Inclusion of injury prevention and care in music education
  • Education of health professionals on musicians’ health
  • Development of appropriate assessment tools and protocols for musicians
  • Work disability prevention and its relationship to performing arts health
  • Qualitative methodologies, particularly phenomenology and focus group research

PUBLICATIONS

Guptill, C. (2012). Injured professional musicians and the complex relationship between occupation and health. Journal of Occupational Science, 19(3), 258-270.

Guptill, C. (2011). The Lived Experience of Working as Musician with an Injury. WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation 40(3), 269-280.

Guptill, C. (2011). The lived experience of professional musicians with playing-related injuries: A phenomenological inquiry (Alice G. Brandfonbrener Young Investigator Award). Proceedings of the 29th Annual Symposium of the Performing Arts Medicine Association, “Medical Problems of Performing Artists”.

Guptill, C. (2011). The lived experience of professional musicians with playing-related injuries: A phenomenological inquiry. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 26(2), 84-95.

Guptill, C. and Zaza, C. (2010). Injury prevention – What music teachers can do. Music Educators Journal, 96(4), 28-34.

Jacob, C., Guptill, C. and Sumsion, T. (2009). Music as leisure occupation: The lived experiences of university choir members. Journal of Occupational Science, 16(3), 187-193.

Park, A., Guptill, C. and Sumsion, T. (2008). Warum Musikstudenten trotz des Risikos spielbedingter Verletzungen weitermusizieren. Musikphysiologie und Musikermedizin, 15(1), 6-18.

Guptill, C. (2008). Musicians’ Health: Applying the ICF Framework in Research. Disability & Rehabilitation, 30(12), 970-977.

Guptill, C. and Bruijn Golem, M. (2008). Case study: Musicians’ playing-related injuries. WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 30, 307-310.

Park, A., Guptill, C. and Sumsion, T. (2007). Why music majors pursue music despite the risk of playing-related injuries. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 22, 89-96.

Allan, C.M., Campbell, W.N., Guptill, C.A., Stephenson, F.F., Campbell, K.E. (2006). A Conceptual Model for Interprofessional Education: The International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF). The Journal of Interprofessional Care 20(3), 235-245.

Guptill, C., Zaza, C., and Paul, S. (2005). Treatment preferences of injured college student musicians. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health, 25, 4-8.

Guptill, C., Zaza, C., and Paul, S. (2000). An occupational study of physical playing-related injuries in college music students. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 15, 86-90.