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Patrick L. Dunn, J.D., Ph.D., CRC

Program Coordinator and Associate Professor

Curriculum Vita

Education

B.A. Marshall University
M.S.  University of Wisconsin-Stout
M.A.    The Ohio State University
Ph.D.   The Ohio State University
J.D. Lincoln Memorial University-Duncan School of Law

Academic Employment History

2011-present Associate Professor of Counselor Education
2006-2011 Associate Professor of Counselor Education (Tenured) and Coordinator of Rehabilitation Counseling Program, University of Tennessee
1999-2006  Assistant/Associate Professor of Counselor Education (Tenured), University of Alabama
1998-1999 Assistant Professor of Counseling and Human Services, Syracuse University

Recent Scholarly Contributions

Publications

Dunn, P. L. (2013, in press).  An introduction to the structure of the American legal system and rules of civil procedure: A primer for vocational experts.  In R. Robinson (Ed.), Foundations of forensic rehabilitation.  New York, NY: Springer.

Dunn, P.. L. & Field, T. F. (2013, in press).  Understanding rules of evidence and their application to expert testimony.  In R. Robinson (Ed.), Foundations of forensic rehabilitation.  New York, NY: Springer.

Field, T. F. & Dunn, P. L.  (2013, in press).  Transferability of skills: Historical foundations and development.  In R. Robinson (Ed.), Foundations of forensic rehabilitation.  New York, NY: Springer.

Austin, W., Smith, T. S., Dunn. P. L. & Sheehan, E.  (2013).  Examining the present viability of medical malpractice caps to compensate diminished earnings of patients and workers.  The Rehabilitation Professional 20(4), 195-200.

Smith, T. S., Cheairs, M. D., Wright, A. E., Austin, W., Primaux, S. J. & Dunn, P. L. (2013). Do medical malpractice caps influence life care planning for patients with tardive dyskinesia?  The Rehabilitation Professional, 20(4), 201-210.

Dunn, P. L. & Robinson, R. (2012).  A survey of the perception of research priorities among private rehabilitation practitioners.  Journal of Forensic Rehabilitation Abstracts, 2(1), 5-23. 

Dunn, P. L. & Kontosh, L. (2011).  A proposal for doctoral education in vocational forensics. Journal of Forensic Rehabilitation Abstracts, 1(2).

Dunn, P. L. & Rawlins, L. A. R. (2011).  A review of forensic and proprietary rehabilitation course availability in CORE accredited rehabilitation counseling programs.  The Rehabilitation Professional, 19(3), 119-124.

Windingstad, S., McCallum, R. S., Bell, S. M. & Dunn, P.  (2011).  Measures of emotional intelligence and social acceptability in children: A concurrent validity study.  Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 26(2), 107-126.

Kontosh, L. & Dunn, P. L. (2011).  Considerations for Continued Development of    Proprietary Rehabilitation and Vocational Forensics.  Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Association Journal, 4(2), 43-51.

Conference Presentations

McBroom-Weiss, M., Sawyer-Little, J. & Dunn, P. L. (2013, November).  Forensic 101: Introduction to forensic rehabilitation practice.  Preconference Session presented at International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals 2013 Forensic Conference,  Charleston, SC.

Dunn, P. L. & Smith, T. S. (2013, November).  Research 101.  Preconference Session presented at International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals 2013 Forensic Conference, Charleston, SC.

Dunn, P.L. & McBroom-Weiss, M. (2013, June).  (Tennessee) Legislative Overview.  Presented at IARP TN Chapter Conference, Chattanooga, TN.

Dunn, P. L. (2013, June).  Understanding Transferable Skills Analysis: When does it work? Why does it work?  Presented at IARP TN Chapter Conference, Chattanooga, TN.

Dunn, P. L. (2012, October).  Understanding Transferable Skills Analysis: When does it work?  Why does it work? Presented at International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals 2012 Forensic Conference, San Juan, PR.

Heitzman, A., Dunn, P., Decoteau, J. P., McBroom-Weiss, M. & Sawyer-Little, J.  (2012, October).   Forensic 101: Introduction to Forensic Rehabilitation Practice.  Preconference session presented at International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals 2012 Forensic Conference, San Juan, PR.

Dunn, P., Johnston, C., Heitzman, A., Decoteau, J. P., Beveridge, S., Finch, J., & Robinson, R.  (2011, November).  Forensic 101: Basic Training for Rehab Counselors and Life Care Planners.  Preconference session presented at International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals 2011 Forensic Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Heitzman, A. & Dunn, P. (2011, November).  An introduction to the Academy of Forensic Rehabilitation Research.  Presented at International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals 2011 Forensic Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Decoteau, J. P., Dunn, P. L. & Wallace, A.  (2011, April).  Creating an academy for forensic rehabilitation research: A resource for current and future researchers.  Presented at 11th Annual National Rehabilitation Educators Conference, Manhattan Beach, CA.

Courses Taught (University of Tennessee)

RHCO 537 Vocational Evaluation: Clinical Methods
RHCO 543 Physical Disabilities, Rehabilitation and Employment
RHCO 547 Practicum in Rehabilitation Counseling
RHCO 549 Internship in Rehabilitation Counseling
RHCO 593 Independent Study
COUN 525 Formal Measurement
COUN 552  Career Development: Vocational Theory, Research and Practice
EDPY 506  Introduction to Educational Research

Professional Membership

International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals (IARP)
Tennessee Bar Association
Knoxville Bar Association

Editorial Board Memberships

The Rehabilitation Professional, editor, 2011-2013


Updated 01-16-2014

Contact Information

1122 Volunteer Boulevard
A523 Claxton Complex
Knoxville, TN 37996-3542

Phone: 865-974-8013
Fax:65-974-0135
Email: pdunn4@utk.edu

Contact EPC

535 Jane & David Bailey Education Complex
1122 Volunteer Boulevard
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996-3452

Phone: 865-974-8145
Fax: 865-974-0135