Teaching


Dr. Miller has taught both undergraduate and graduate social work students with a focus on foundation practice with individuals and families.

She has also worked with Dr. Kendra Williams-Diehm in the Educational Psychology department to create two co-taught electives that bring together graduate students of social work and special education to learn about engaging diverse students and their families in planning for life after high school.  See this introductory course video to learn more:

For more information about the Transition Scholars program: http://goo.gl/XxyKEf

Dr. Miller is an active participant in the OU-Health Sciences Center Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School chapter. Her IHI activities include: participating in a viewing of the documentary Escape Fire and discussion, developing an interactive and interdisciplinary training session on domestic violence identification and treatment in a health care setting as part of “Fright Night”, and editing learning materials for “The Price is Wrong” healthcare costs gameshow. To learn more about the OU-HSC IHI visit http://goo.gl/m60z3N

Dr. Miller is a member of the OU-Health Sciences Center Interprofessional Education Coalition and has been an integral part of the EPIC (Empowering Patients through Interprofessional Care) project funded through the Wisdom Family Foundation. For more information please visit: http://www.ouhsc.edu/epic