ד"ר אורית ברט

ריפוי בעיסוק סגל אקדמי בכיר
ד"ר אורית ברט
טלפון פנימי: 03-6405635

מידע כללי

 

ד"ר אורית ברט היא חוקרת ומרצה בכירה בחוג לריפוי בעיסוק. יש לה ניסיון קליני של למעלה מעשרים שנה בטיפול בריפוי בעיסוק בילדים עם בעיות התפתחות שונות. חוקרת היבטים שונים של מרכיבים סנסומוטוריים רגשיים והשתתפות של ילדים עם וללא קשיים התפתחותיים.

Education

 

Dr. Orit Bart has been a faculty member of the Department of Occupational Therapy at Tel Aviv University since 1985. She holds a post graduate Master's degree in Occupational Therapy and a Ph.D. in Health Professions. Dr. Bart is involved in a variety of multidisciplinary research projects that study the association between sensory- motor function, psychological aspects and participation of typically developed children and children with developmental problems. Her work has been presented at national and international research conferences and published in peer reviewed journals.

 

Education

2004-2006     Post-doctoral research Haifa University
1999-2004 Ph.D. in Health Sciences Touro University International- Cypress, CA
1985-1990 M.A in Occupational Therapy New York University
1979-1982 B.O.T in Occupational Therapy, magna cum laude Hebrew University

 

תחומי מחקר

המחקרים של ד"ר אורית ברט עוסקים במכניזם המקשר בין תפקוד סנסומוטורי ומרכיבים רגשיים כמו חרדה, תקוה, תחושת בדידות וכדומה. קשרים אלה נחקרים בילדים בעלי התפתחות תקינה ובילדים עם קשיים התפתחותיים כגון:

·      הפרעה התפתחותית בקואורדינציה ((Developmental Coordination Disorder; DCD

·      הפרעות קשב (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder; ADHD)

·      קשיים בוויסות חושי (sensory Modulation Disorder; SMD.

במחקרה בודקת ד"ר אורית ברט את יעילות ההתערבות הסנסומוטורית והשפעתה על מרכיבים רגשיים ועל קידום ההשתתפות של ילדים בעיסוקים יומיומיים.

Recent Publications

O. Bart, M. Avrech Bar, V. Hamudot, L. Rosenberg, T. Jarus. Development and validation of the Documentation of Occupational Therapy Session during Intervention (D.O.T.S.I.). Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32, 719-726, 2011

 

L. Rosenberg, T. Jarus, O. Bart, N. Z. Ratzon. Canpersonal and environmental factors explain dimensions of participation of children without developmental disabilities? Child: Care, Health & Development, 37, 266-275, 2011

 

O. Bart, T. Jarus, Y. Erez, L. Rosenberg. How do young children with DCD participate and enjoy dailyactivities? Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32, 1317-1322, 2011

 

T.Jarus, O. Bart, G. Rabinovich, A. Sadeh, L. Bloch, T. Dolfin, I. Litmanovitz. Effects of prone and supine positions on sleep state and stress responses in preterm infants. Infant Behavior and Development, 34, 257–263, 2011

 

O. Bart, T. Agam, P. L. Weiss, R. Kizony. Using video capture virtual reality for children with acquired brain injury. Disability and Rehabilitation. 33, 1579-86, 2011.

 

T. Jarus, Y. Lourie-Gelberg, B. Engel-Yeger, O. Bart. Participation patterns of school-aged children with and without DCD. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 32, 1323-1331, 2011.

 

O. Bart, S. Shayevits, L. V. Gabis, I. Morag. Prediction of Participation and Sensory Modulation of Late Preterm Infants at 12 months: A Prospective Study. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 32, 2732-8, 2011.

 

B. Soref, N.Z. Ratzon, L. Rosenberg, Y. Leitner, T. Jarus, O. Bart. Personal and Environmental Pathways to Young Children’s Participation. Child: Care, Health & Development, 38, 561–571, 2012.

 

L. Rosenberg, N. Z. Ratzon, T. Jarus, O. Bart. Perceived environmental restrictions for the participation of children with mild developmental disabilities. Child: Care, Health & Development, 38, 836-43, 2012

 

O. Bart, D. Tzafrir, S. Averbuch. Validation of the Israeli version of the rivermead behavioral memory test for children following acquired brain injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. 28, 419- 425, 2013.

 

L. Rosenberg, O. Bart, N. Ratzon, T. Jarus. Personal and environmental factors predict participation of children with and without mild developmental disabilities. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 22, 658-671, 2013.

 

O. Bart, L, Liberman, N. Ratzon. The profile of performance skills and emotional factors in the context of participation among young children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34, 87-94, 2013.

 

O. Bart, L. Daniel, Y. Bar-Haim. Influence of methylphenidate on motor performance in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34, 1922-1927, 2013.

 

I. Morag, O. Bart, R. Raz, S. Shayevitz, T. Strauss, S. Zangen, J. Kuint, L.Gabis. Developmental characteristics of late preterm infants at six and twelve months: a prospective study. Infant Behavior & Development, 36, 451– 456, 2013.

 

L. Rosenberg, O. Bart, NZ. Ratzon, T. Jarus. Complementary contribution of parents and therapists to child’s assessment process. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 60, 410-415, 2013.

 

L. Lipskaya-Velikovsky, M. Avrech Bar, O. Bart. Context and psychosocial intervention in mental health. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy. 21, 136-144, 2014.

 

O. Bart, S. Raz, O. Dan. Reliability and validity of the online continuous performance test among children. Assessment. 21, 637-643, 2014. L. Gabis, K. Hacham- Pilosof, O.Bar Yosef, G.

 

Rabinovitz, G. Leshem, A. Shilon- Hadassa, Y. Biran, B. Reichmana, J. Kuint, O. Bart. The influence of a multi-sensory intervention for preterm infants, provided by parents, on developmental abilities and on parental stress levels. Journal of Child Neurology. 30, 896-903, 2015.

 

L. Lipskaya-Velikovsky, T. Bar-Shalita, O. Bart. Sensory modulation and daily-life participation in people with schizophrenia. Comprehensive Psychiatry. 58, 130-137, 2015.

 

M. Avrech Bar, L. Shelef, O. Bart. Do participation and self-efficacy of mothers to children with ASD predict their children’s participation? Research in Autism Spectrum Disorder. 24, 1-10, 2016.

 

M. Avrech Bar, S. Jlole Majadla, O. Bart. Managing everyday occupations as a predictor of health and wellbeing among mothers of children with ADHD. Journal of Attention Disorders, 2015.

 

L. Rosenberg, O. Bart. Different pathways to children’s enjoyment of participation in daily activities. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 2016. O. Bart, T. Bar-Shalta, H. Mansour, R. Dar.

 

Relationships among sensory responsiveness, anxiety and ritual behaviors in children with and without Atypical Sensory Responsiveness. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 2016.

 

A. Mimouni Bloch, M. Tsadok-Cohen, O. Bart. Motor difficulties and their effect on participation in school-aged children. Journal of Child Neurology, 2016.

 

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