Roger Smith, PhD, OT, FAOTA, RESNA Fellow
Dr. Smith is Professor, Occupational Science and Technology, College of Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Director, Rehabilitation Research Design and Disability (R2D2) Center.
Dr. Smith’s interests and expertise are described as follows.
Roger O. Smith’s research focuses on measurement related to disability and the application of assistive technology and universal design. In measurement, Smith examines assessments to determine their reliability and validity in use. He has created a software-based evaluation system that uses a branching question structure called TTSS (Trichotomous Tailored Sub-branching Scoring.) One component of Smith’s current research specifically investigates the utility of the TTSS methodology as embedded in OTFACT software. Smith also investigates the effectiveness of assistive technology and universal design interventions on the lives of people with disabilities. (Retrieved on September 17, 2015 from http://uwm.edu/healthsciences/directory/smith-roger/.)
Brayton-Chung, A., Tomashek, D., & Smith, R. O. (2013). Fall risk assessment: development of a paradigm to measure multifocal eyeglass effects. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 31, 47-60.
Fiedler, G, Slavens, B, Smith, RO, Briggs, D & Hafner BJ. (2014). Criterion and construct validity of prosthesis-integrated measurement of joint moment data in persons with transtibial amputation. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 30(3):431-438..
Lenker, JA, Harris, F, Taugher, M & Smith RO. (2013). Consumer perspectives on assistive technology outcomes. Disability and Rehabilitation. Assistive Technology, 8, 373-380.