College of Health Professions

department of Occupational Therapy & Occupational Science

 

Faculty and Staff

 

S. Maggie Reitz, PhD, OTR/L, FAOTA
Vice-Provost for Academic Affairs

Professor

Graduate Faculty

 

Office:   Administration Building, Rm 311G
Phone:   410-704-2131
Fax:   410-704-2322
E-mail:   mreitz@towson.edu

 

 

MReitz 

 

Educational Background

PhD,  University of Maryland, Health Education
MS, Towson University, Occupational Therapy
BS, Towson University, Occupational Therapy

 

Areas of Professional Interest

Ethics
Health Promotion
Theory
Philosophy

 

Courses Typically Taught

OCTH 611 - Advanced Theory and Philosophy of Occupation
OCTH 781 – Graduate Seminar
OCTH 880 – Graduate Project

Selected Publications

Scott, J.B., & Reitz, S.M. (Eds.) (2013). Practical applications for the occupational therapy code of ethics and ethics standards. Bethesda, MD: AOTA Press

  • Scott, J.B., & Reitz, S.M., Introduction, pp. ix-xviii.
  • Reitz, S.M., Historical background of ethics in occupational therapy, pp. 5-13
  • Scott, J.B. & Reitz, S.M., Promoting ethics in occupational therapy practice: Codes and consequences., pp. 15-31
  • Reitz, S.M., Principle 2: Nonmaleficience, pp. 45-53
  • Reitz, S.M. & Harcum, S., Principle 4: Social Justice, pp. 65-76
  • Reitz, S.M. , Principle 7: Fidelity, pp. 97-104
  • Reitz, S.M., Ethics in health promotion and wellness, pp. 161-168
  • Reitz, S.M., Internal relationships: Ethical issues in interactions among institutions, pp. 231-239

Reitz, S.M. (2014, printed in 2013). Health promotion theories.  In B.A. Boyt Schell, G. Gillen, M.E. Scaffa (Eds.), Willard & Spackman's Occupational Therapy (12th ed., pp 574-587) Philadelphia, PA; Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Scaffa, M. E. , Reitz, S. M., & Pizzi, M. A. (Eds.) (2010) Occupational therapy in the promotion of health and wellness. Philadelphia, PA: F. A. Davis.

Reitz, S. M.

Historical and philosophical perspectives of

occupational therapy’s role in health promotion,

pp. 1-21.

 Reitz, S. M., Scaffa, M. E., & Pizzi, M.A.

Occupational therapy conceptual models for

health promotion practice, pp. 22-45.

Reitz, S. M., Scaffa, M. E., Campbell, R. M., & Rhynders, P. A. Health behavior frameworks for health promotion practice, pp. 46-69.

 Reitz, S. M., & Scaffa, M. E.

Public health principles,approaches,

and initiatives, pp. 70-95.

 Reitz, S. M., Pizzi, M. A., & Scaffa, M. E.

Evaluation principles in health promotion,

pp. 157-172.

Pizzi, M. A., Reitz, S. M., & Scaffa, M. E.

Assessments for health promotion, pp. 173-194.

Reitz, S. M.

Promoting exercise and physical activity,

pp. 225-252.

Kuczmarski, M., Reitz, S. M., & Pizzi, M.A.

Weight management and obesity reduction,

pp. 253-279.

Pizzi, M. A., & Reitz, S. M

Promoting sexual health: An occupational perspective, pp. 307-328. 

Scaffa, M. E., Chromiak, S. B., Reitz, S. M., Blair-Newton, A.,  Murphy, L., & Wallis, C. B.

Unintentional injury and violence prevention,

pp. 350-375.

Caldeira, K. M., & Reitz, S. M.

Preventing falls among community-dwelling

older-adults, pp. 470-492.

 

   


 


 





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